Sports Medicine

Sioux FallsĀ Orthopedics has an expert team of physicians delivering clinical treatment to sports-related injuries.

Some of the typical sports injury treatments offered by Sioux Falls Orthopedics include:

  • Surgery and Rehabilitation.
  • To help treat chronic and acute conditions, including intervention in emergency situations.
  • Physical Therapy.
  • Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis of the sports injuries.

Programs Offered by Sioux Falls Orthopedics

At Sioux Falls Orthopedics, treatment of sports related injuries is the revival of that lost passion in a sportsman. Sioux Falls Orthopedics has partnered with specialist sports trainers to understand better and administer treatments for our patients.

Sports Injuries in Children

We have onboard Mr. Samuel Schimelpfeng, MD FAAP Pediatric Sports Medicine Specialist. Mr. Samuel is one of the leading sports physicians specializing in the treatment of sports injuries in children. He specifically diagnoses and treats head-related injuries.

Warwick Workouts

Warwick Workouts is designed for basketball athletes. The program has been designed to help athletes develop necessary basketball playing skills like shooting, dribbling, passing, jump stops, and jab steps. The basic theme is to help them get their game to the next level. The Warwick program also works with school coaches, customizing programs suiting to their particular requirements.

Why Sports Medicine?

Sioux Falls Orthopedics provides sports medicine because we have a team of experts understanding the underlying issues. We possess years of experience working side-by-side with athletes to help them overcome their sports injuries. Sioux Falls Orthopedics facilitates the athletes in improving their performance while preventing injuries. We apply the latest in sports medicine to help athletes of all ages perform at their best.

Commonly Treated Sports Injuries Include:

  • Shine Bone Pain
  • Swollen Muscles
  • Achilles Tendon Ruptures
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Fractures
  • Dislocations
  • Torn TCL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) and other knee related problems.