Services

Services We Provide

We understand how stressful it can be for anyone to get injured, but especially our athletes who are accustomed to performing at such a high level.  We do our best to break down the myriad of hurdles when obtaining healthcare.  Through streamlining our care and maximizing the range of services we can provide, we strive to optimize your care and get you back to the activities you love.

  • Casting/Bracing/Splinting
    When an injury requires immobilization or support, your cast or splint will be created by your provider. Someone is always on hand in the office for custom brace and splint fitting.  This convenience eliminates the need to travel for further care.
  • Imaging
    We offer in house x-rays and diagnostic ultrasounds to help get to the bottom of your diagnosis quicker. Other injuries may require a more extensive work up in which case, with the support from our colleagues at MSU Health Care Imaging Services, we will continue to set the standard of advanced imaging within 72-hours when possible.
  • Injections
    Many chronic conditions can be managed well with injection treatments. Some of our providers utilize either x-rays (fluoroscopy) or ultrasounds for precision injection placement.

    We utilize the following treatments:
    • Cortisone, or Ketorolac for inflammation
    • Hyaluronic Acid or Gel injections for arthritis
    • PRP or BMAC Stem cell injections for chronic inflammation and non-healing tissues
  • Injury Walk-In Clinics

    SATURDAY INJURY CLINIC CLOSED FOR SUMMER 2023

     

    We offer a Saturday Injury Walk-In clinic while schools are in session at MSU Health Care Sports Medicine. When active the walk-in clinic is offered on Saturday Mornings (8:00am-11:00am). We welcome all athletes with new sports injuries, and sports head trauma. Onsite imaging is available.

    In addition, we provide care at the Playmakers Wednesday Injury Walk-In clinic.


    Saturday Injury Clinic Dates for 2023-2024AY

    • August 5, 2023
    • August 12, 2023
    • August 19, 2023
    • August 26, 2023
    • September 9, 2023
    • September 16, 2023
    • September 23, 2023
    • September 30, 2023
    • October 7, 2023
    • October 14, 2023
    • October 21, 2023
    • October 28, 2023
    • November 4, 2023
    • November 11, 2023
    • November 18, 2023
    • December 2, 2023
    • December 9, 2023
    • December 16, 2023
    • January 6, 2024
    • January 13, 2024
    • January 20, 2024
    • January 27, 2024
    • February 3, 2024
    • February 10, 2024
    • February 17, 2024
    • February 24, 2024
    • March 2, 2024
    • March 9, 2024
    • March 16, 2024
    • March 23, 2024
    • April 6, 2024
    • April 13, 2024
    • April 20, 2024
    • April 27, 2024
    • May 4, 2024
    • May 11, 2024
    • May 18, 2024
  • Manual Medicine
    We are fortunate that  we have providers on staff that can skillfully perform OMT or OMM Manual Medicine techniques to relieve pain and improve function.
  • Medications
    When medications are indicated to reduce inflammation or alleviate pain our providers can send a prescription right downstairs to MSU Health Care Pharmacy on the first floor of our building to easily grab your medication on your way out the door.

    Our practice is one of the only medical centers in the United States to offer a non-opioid alternative to postoperative pain
  • Orthopedic Surgery

    From time to time, injuries do not respond to non-operative interventions, or are too significant; the best option is to move forward with surgery.  Our fellowship-trained sports surgeons operate primarily at McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital or Sparrow Main Hospital.  We schedule these surgeries in a convenient or expedited fashion to get you back to what you love as soon as possible.

    While we are happy to see and help all community members, we at MSUHC Sports Medicine specialize on athletes or those who have sustained injuries from an active lifestyle.

    With the latest fellowship training at premier institutions, our surgeons offer novel techniques and cutting-edge care including:

    • Complex and revision surgery
    • Hip arthroscopy
    • Meniscal and cartilage repair and/or transplants
    • Newer techniques in ligament repair and reconstruction
    • Shoulder reconstruction
  • Physical & Occupational Therapy
    We approach injuries using a conservative approach, and often many injuries do not require surgery. A referral for formal Physical or Occupational Therapy is often the best treatment.  While we work closely with all area therapist to provide convenient care with close communication, our own MSU Health Care Physical & Occupational Therapy is right across the hall making it convenient for our patients. The proximity also enables frequent and regular conversations about our mutual patients. This collaboration enhances your care.