Sports Injury Treatment
Sports medicine doctors and physical therapists focus on helping you return to your sports or occupational practice as soon as possible while also helping you to incorporate new techniques and lifestyle choices toward preventing future issues.
In addition to being well-versed in all aspects of sports medicine, our Sports Medicine Doctors can provide comprehensive medical care to non-athletes and can be an invaluable resource for those looking to start a physical activity program. If you have already sustained an injury, get help with a quicker recovery, and return to full function. If you have recently been injured, make sure to contact us today. Our team can also diagnose and treat any underlying medical conditions that could prevent you from fully utilizing your body.
We have a full complement of treatment options for sports/work-related injuries or problems that include:
MEET CRO’S SPORTS MEDICINE TEAM
Dr. Hardayal Singh is a board-certified shoulder surgery and sports medicine fellowship-trained specialist.
Dr. Singh’s areas of expertise in treating the shoulder include:
- Degenerative Conditions
- Soft-tissue Injuries
What Types of Injuries Can Be Aided by Sports Medicine?
Sports medicine as a field covers the full array of potential injuries, with a focus on restoration of mobility. Both acute and chronic conditions can benefit from treatment.
Acute sports injuries often occur suddenly while playing, training, or exercising. Symptoms of acute sports injuries may be sudden pain and swelling, as well as redness and tenderness. Sometimes the affected area may be unable to bear weight, and there may be a visible broken bone. It is important to visit a doctor immediately after an injury to ensure the best possible recovery and prevent further injury. You should also avoid returning to play too soon.
Whether you need surgery to repair a ligament or cartilage, it will depend on the severity of your injury. A light sprain can heal fairly quickly, while a ruptured or torn ligament might require surgery. Your doctor will discuss all of your treatment options with you, and you can ask questions about the procedure. The goal of sports medicine for injury rehabilitation is to restore the athlete’s strength and mobility to a high level. Surgical procedures may be necessary to repair damaged tissue, but there are also non-surgical options.
Within our practice, our trained surgeons, doctors, physicians, and therapists can cover a full array of injuries, such as:
- Repetitive stress fractures and sprains
- Acute ankle sprains and fractures
- Hand and wrist injuries
- Neck and spine pain
- Shoulder injuries
- Knee sprains
- Elbow pain
- Hip pain
Sports Injury Surgery
While not everyone requires surgery, our team has deep experience with a full range of corrective surgeries.
Our Experience Includes:
- Ligament and tendon corrections
- Shoulder and hip surgeries
- Spine fractures
- Broken bone surgery
- ACL reconstruction
- Anthroscopic techniques
SPORTS INJURY REHABILITATION
Our full-service sports medicine practice also features physical therapy and rehabilitation services to round out your treatment plan. Sometimes rehabilitation will be needed either before or after your surgery, or possibly both. We have a full team of staff in-house to assist with the full process as needed.
OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH UNC NASH HEALTHCARE
CRO is in partnership with UNC Nash Healthcare to provide sports medicine care to all public schools in Nash County with a certified athletic trainer at the schools. You may need to see one of our practitioners if your child gets injured during exercise or while participating on their sports team.
Request an Appointment Online
Carolina Regional Orthopaedics, PA allows you to easily schedule an appointment online 24 hours a day, so you can continue your day with little disruption.
At Carolina Regional Orthopaedics, PA, all of our providers are Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeons or
Carolina Regional Orthopaedics, PA