The UK Center for Cartilage Repair and Restoration is proud to offer comprehensive care -- our team is eager to provide any help that may make the recovery from a sports or work related injury faster and less stressful. UK Sports Physical Therapy offers a scientific, evidence-based approach to individualize your plan of treatment and rehabilitation. The team uses progressive techniques to ensure the safest and most efficient rehabilitation possible and incorporates injury prevention education to help avoid future injuries.UK HealthCare Sports Medicine offers a Walk-in Clinic for anyone with an acute (occurring in the last week) sports-related injury. If the injury is more than 48 hours old please call the clinic for an appointment.
With the region's largest certified athletic training staff, we provide outreach athletic training services to numerous schools. Our certified athletic trainers are specially trained in the prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of all types of sports-related or physically active injuries and illnesses. Prevention, treatment and rehabilitation programs are developed based on medical, exercise, and sports sciences. Our current list of contracted schools includes:
Our certified athletic trainers also provide athletic training services to numerous team clubs, tournaments, special sporting events and Kentucky High School Athletics Association (KHSAA). State events include:
Our certified athletic trainers are also involved in educational events including lectures, community seminars or health fairs.
For further information about the athletic training outreach program, special event coverage or educational events, please contact Sheri McNew at 859-218-3038 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UK Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine is sharing its expertise in sports injuries to help keep you and your family safe while staying active. Click to view a PDF of the newsletter.
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UK Sports Medicine provides our patients with education about their sports-related injury. Below are patient education sheets for a number of common sports-related injuries.
The health information provided here represents common treatments and procedures, but you should NOT utilize the information as a substitute for medical advice. Always follow your doctor's advice and ask about what to expect from treatment at UK HealthCare.
UK Orthopaedics Surgery and Sports Medicine is a proud sponsor of the Scholastic Ball Report. The Ball Report is a weekly sports show on WKYT Channel 27, airing Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. The program highlights Kentucky high school athletic action. The UK Sports Medicine team appears each week on the show with an athletic training tip for coaches and athletes.
Our staff chooses an athlete each month to receive the UK Sports Medicine/Donjoy Comeback Athlete Award. These athletes have overcome injuries and adversities during their high school careers, returned to their team and played important roles to help them succeed. Below is a list of winners
Watch the latest episode of the Scholastic Ball Report and be sure to check out our athletic trainer's tip of the week.
UK Sports Medicine provides information in Adobe Acrobat PDF format for coaches to download:
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