Atlanta Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center is a nationally recognized treatment facility for athletic injuries and cartilage repair. We are the fomer team doctors for the NHL Atlanta Thrashers hockey team and the NFL Atlanta Falcons football team, but most of our care is provided to amateur athletes and patients who encounter knee, shoulder, elbow, hip and ankle injuries. Our surgeons and staff specialize in one-on-one treatment that provides attention to each patient’s specific injury needs.
Many sports injuries can be treated with physical therapy. Our certified athletic trainers, physical therapists, and support staff have years of experience treating professional and amateur athletes. We have every imaginable kind of specialized equipment, treatments, and rehabilitation for your particular injury. We treat elite athletes whose future careers depend on playing their sports at 100% of their abilities, and use the same techniques to treat everyday people who wish to return to their active lifestyles.
When surgery is needed to repair your injury, our orthopedic surgeons are at the forefront of new treatments for knee, shoulder, elbow, hip, and ankle injuries. Because we have our own operating room you rarely will need to visit a hospital. Our sports medicine office is equipped with advanced digital imaging and instant computer access to MRI images for accurate diagnosis.
Our orthopedic surgeons are certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. Our surgeons have developed innovative methods for arthroscopic shoulder repair, ligament reconstruction, cartilage restoration and meniscal repair and transplantation. They are proficient in all arthroscopic and open surgery procedures for sports medicine, having conducted our own clinical research as well as completing specialized training in prestigious orthopedic training programs.
Our sports medicine practice was established in Atlanta in 1991. Our medical facility is centrally located in Buckhead with easy access from I-75’s West Paces Ferry or Moore Mill exits.