Sports Injury Treatment in Frisco, TX and Denton, TX
Sports injuries can result from overuse, direct collision, or the application of force that is larger than the body part can structurally handle. If you are not able to place weight on a leg, knee, ankle or foot or having extreme swelling or bruising then you should seek treatment. in US, around 30 million teenagers and children are enrolled in some form of organized sport. Contact us today or schedule an appointment online. We have convenient locations in Frisco, TX, and Denton, TX.
Usually referred to the kind of injuries that occur during sports. But often these are not limited to recreational activities, this could also occur in the setting of factory work or work in general. For example, painters may get shoulder injuries and gardeners develop tendinitis. Possibilities are injuries to the musculoskeletal system including muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, and other tissues that provide the body with stability and mobility.
Treatment: We are excited to have noticed that we do offer Regenexx treatment or regenerative medicine to help heal injuries to muscles and ligaments and tendons. This presents the latest advancements in musculoskeletal medicine.
In addition to this we also offer traditional treatment options including corticosteroid injections, working with physical therapists, medication management to enable someone to stay functional.
Common sports injuries for shoulder:
- Rotator cuff injury
- Tendinitis and bursitis around shoulder blade
- Ligament injuries and instability
Common sports injuries around the elbow:
- Tennis elbow
- Golfers elbow
- Little League elbow
- Ulnar collateral ligament injury
Common sports injuries right knee:
- Runner’s knee also call jumpers knee or patellofemoral pain syndrome
- ACL injury
- Meniscus injury
- Medial collateral ligament injury
- Lateral collateral ligament injury
Additional Services You May Need
▸ Lumbar and Cervical Epidurals
▸ Facet Injections
▸ Trigger Point Injections
▸ Sacroiliac Injections
▸ Caudal Injections
▸ Radiofrequency Ablation
▸ Spinal Cord Stimulator Placement
▸ Chronic Pain Medication Management