WE'LL GET YOU MOVING AGAIN
At Precision Orthopaedic Specialties, we have a team of sports medicine trained doctors dedicated to returning their patients to pain-free activity and a full range of motion.
We treat active people like professional athletes, children, and teens involved in sports, adults who exercise for personal fitness, as well as people who have physically demanding jobs like construction workers. We also work with patients to prevent future injury and illness by providing advice on nutrition, supplements, and exercise regimens.
REASONS TO SEE A SPORTS MEDICINE SPECIALISTS
The following is a list of the most common injuries and conditions diagnosed and treated by Precision’s sports medicine specialists:
At Precision Orthopaedic Specialties, the goal of our athletic trainers is to provide the best care and treatment to our local athletes by preventing, recognizing, managing, and rehabilitating sports injuries. The program currently serves more than eight high schools in the Cleveland area by providing onsite visits and event coverage. Athletes can also come to our training facility during the week to be assessed and receive treatment.
At the core of our athletic training program’s success is the long-standing relationship of our certified athletic trainers and our team of physicians in cooperation with other health care professionals, athletic administrators, coaches, and parents.
WE’RE PROUD TO SUPPORT LOCAL ATHLETES
Recognizing the need and importance of having well trained health care professionals available to local high school athletic teams, Precision provides athletic training services to the following schools:
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please click contact us or call 440-285-4999.
MEET OUR ATHLETIC TRAINERS
At Precision, our certified athletic trainers are highly educated. They acquire a bachelor’s or a master’s degree from an accredited college or university in athletic training, sports medicine, pre-medical sciences, kinesiology, exercise physiology, biology, exercise science or physical education. In addition, they study human anatomy, human physiology, bio-mechanics, pharmacology, exercise physiology, kinesiology, nutrition and psychology/ counseling. Through the use of proper evaluation and rehabilitation, athletic trainers help prevent re-injury and assist in returning an athlete to competition quickly and safely.