(310) 453-5404 Menu

Sports Medicine
Los Angeles

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or an Olympian, you’re always at risk of an injury that can take you out of the game.

As one of the top providers of sports medicine Los Angeles has to offer, we have among the best physiatrists in the field to help you recover – so you can make a full return to your sport and your life.

Schedule a Consultation

Online »

An overview of sports injuries

A sports injury can affect men and women of all ages and athletic levels. It can be minor or severe, and it can develop due to an accident that was completely beyond your control – or improper training, techniques and equipment. But regardless of the specifics, an injury can have a debilitating impact on your quality of life. It can keep you on the sidelines for weeks or months on end – and that’s simply not acceptable for most of the athletes we treat.

At the Orthohealing Center in Beverly Hills, we are dedicated to getting athletes back in the game as quickly as possible – and we have the experience and expertise necessary to get the job done. With that said, here are a few of the most common sports injuries we treat for our patients in the greater Los Angeles area and around the world:

Knee injuries

Knee injuries are by far the most common problems we treat at the Orthohealing Center. From mild injuries like tendonitis and iliotibial syndrome, to more serious ones like an ACL or Meniscus tear, our knee specialists have seen and treated it all.

Strains and sprains

Every athlete experiences a strain or sprain at one point or another. A sprain occurs when a ligament tears or overstretches, while a strain develops due to damage that’s sustained by your muscles or tendons. Whether your injury is minor or severe, you can rest assured that our sports doctors will treat the issue and get you back on your feet as quickly as possible. With our non-surgical philosophy, we explore all reasonable options to keep you active in sport.

Shoulder injuries

If your sport requires repetitive overhead movements – such as swimming, tennis and baseball – your shoulder is at risk. At the Orthohealing Center, our shoulder specialists are fully qualified to diagnose, treat and prevent shoulder injuries for athletes of all levels, so our patients in Los Angeles and surrounding areas can stay in the game.

Elbow injuries

Tennis elbow and golfers elbow are extremely common overuse sports injuries. They cause pain around the elbow joint and are generally seen in athletes who participate in sports that require repetitive wrist extension and twisting, such as tennis, golf and baseball. Fortunately, our Beverly Hills sports doctors are highly skilled in treating these conditions, so you can continue performing at your optimal level.

An innovative approach to sports medicine in Los Angeles & New York

At the Orthohealing Center, we believe in the power of orthobiologic medicine when treating sports injuries. Our physiatrists deliver what our athletes want most. Our aim is to heal injuries and restore optimal performance.

Disclaimer: Our healthcare practitioners use products and perform therapies cleared for general use by the United States Food and Drug Administration, but specific indications for treatment have not be evaluated and reviewed by the FDA. You are encouraged to consult with your primary care physician prior to undergoing a cell therapy.

Schedule a consultation

Don’t let joint damage, sports injuries and musculoskeletal ailments slow you down indefinitely. Schedule a consultation at the Orthohealing Center today, and let our team of world-class specialists heal your injury, deliver profound pain relief and get you back to your full and active lifestyle.

Call us today (310) 453-5404 or Schedule Online »

OHC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update View Update Virtual Consultation Schedule Now!

OHC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:

The health, safety and well-being of our patients in the community is our highest priority.

We will continue to offer virtual consults and follow up visits from the comfort of your home. We are providing procedures in our 5,000 sq foot modern private office with additional safety measures in place to ensure a comfortable patient experience.

Please contact (310) 453-5404 for more details.