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Exercise Is Medicine
The Sports ER and Urgent Care Center is dedicated to the health and wellness of our community. We promote exercise as medicine, and believe that movement leads to better overall health and is the key to enhancing one’s quality of life.
We take great pride in caring for our patients, whether they have challenging chronic diseases in need of assistance or if they sustain an injury.
Additionally, we are proud of our athletes and have created a program to keep them healthy and performing at a high level, and by providing care tailored to the physically active.
8 Gameday Nutrition Tips for Young Athletes Have young athletes in your family? Feeding them requires knowledge and planning. Not only do they need optimal nutrition for fueling and recovery from training, but they also must meet energy demands of growth and...read more
What is a Groin Pull? A groin strain is a tear or rupture to any of the adductor muscles on the inside of the thigh. Symptoms include a sudden sharp pain in the thigh which can range from a quite mild niggling injury to very severe injuries that are completely...read more
How to Get Rid of Scar Tissue After Surgery or an Athletic Injury How to Remove Scar Tissue From the Foot With Rehab Scar tissue can occur on the outside or inside of your foot, especially due to a sports-related injury. This scar tissue can inhibit your foot's...read more
The 5 Most Devastating Sports Injuries These ailments are tough to come back from and may land you on the sidelines for an extended period of time... Players work hard in the gym when they train to put themselves in a position where they decrease the risk of injuries....read more
The Big Lie about Trigger Points (Knots) and How to Get Rid of Them "Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck discuss the big lie that is often stated about trigger points. They also present ways in which to treat trigger points effectively... ...read more
It’s not just athletes: Doctors at the Olympics have also worked years to get there The official U.S. Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine Division recruits a crew of volunteer doctors — as well as orthopedists, chiropractors, nurses, sports therapists, massage...read more