Excellence in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
As the Triangle region’s leading sports medicine specialists, we understand just how crucial therapy and rehabilitation are to a patient’s overall recovery. Our dedicated sports medicine specialists utilize a comprehensive approach to patient care that is much more than just treating patients for their various ailments. Our approach involves a complete and total rebuild of an athlete to address their respective conditions.
In situations where therapy and rehabilitation are simply not enough, minimally invasive or reconstructive surgery may be an option. Cary Orthopaedics is comprised of a team of fellowship-trained, board-certified orthopaedic doctors, all of whom are dedicated to providing excellent inpatient and outpatient surgical care and are well-versed on the most advanced surgical practices as they relate to sports medicine.
Our mission at Cary Orthopaedics is to get our patients back to the court, field, course or pool as quickly and safely as possible.
Sports Medicine Physical Therapy
A sports injury of any magnitude can have immense and long-lasting effects on an athlete and their psyche. In efforts to reduce any collateral damage associated with such an event, we recommend you seek assistance from our sports medical physical therapy program, which involves the evaluation, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries.
Our physical therapists are highly experienced in the evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation in the full spectrum of athletic injuries and have attended and taught multiple courses to develop this expertise. This comprehensive care ranges from running injuries to dance injuries and conditions, plus a multitude in between. Our physical therapists are experienced in recommending custom orthotics and a wide variety of bracing applications to aid in an athlete’s return to sports.
Does your injury require physical therapy?
• Help athletes develop, restore and maintain movement
• Teach athletes, families and coaches preventative techniques
• Work with doctors to develop programs to help athletes manage pain and recuperate from injuries
• Assess whether someone is ready to return to physical activity