You don't have to be an elite athlete to be treated like one.
UK athletes and coaches trust UK Sports Medicine. You can too.
As the team doctors for the UK Athletes, Fayette County public high schools and numerous other school athletic teams, we’ve helped countless elite athletes recover from injury and get back in the game. With that lineup, why wouldn’t you choose UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine for your care?
At UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine, our specialists and fellowship-trained surgeons are world-renowned for developing and implementing state-of-the-art techniques to diagnose, treat, research and educate patients about bone and joint disorders.
It is our goal to provide the highest level of care available so that we may return our patients to their daily activities as quickly as possible.
During a patient's first visit, the UK Sports Medicine team will evaluate the nature and extent of the injury and develop an individualized plan of treatment. The patient's treatment plan will be tailored to their particular sport or activity.
Our team approach
We'll be with you every step of the way, from diagnosis and treatment, through surgery and rehabilitation. Your team includes:
We offer a walk-in clinic for sports injuries that have occurred within the last 72 hours. Walk-ins are accepted from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. Monday through Friday; no appointment is necessary. The clinic is staffed by fellowship-trained sports medicine physicians. Please bring an insurance card and any X-rays that have been taken.
UK HealthCare - Turfland2195 Harrodsburg Road
Lexington KY 40504Fax 859-257-0168Monday - Friday: 7:00 am-5:00 pm
Diagnostic Technologies: X-ray
Med Center Health Orthopaedics & Sports MedicineRiverside Professional Building825 Second Avenue East, Suite C2
Bowling Green KY 42101
Rockcastle Regional Hospital and Respiratory Care Center - Medical Arts Building140 Newcomb Ave.
Mt. Vernon KY 40456
UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine nationally ranked 45th
UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine has been ranked 45th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. To be ranked among the nation’s best in a particular specialty, a hospital must excel in caring for the sickest, most medically complex patients.
Learn more about our orthopaedic surgery experts and watch our video interview with Jeff Selby, interim chair of UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine, where he explains how the department’s dedication to patient care led to this ranking.
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