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Sports Medicine

Quality Care and Treatment for Athletes of All Ages

It doesn’t matter if you are a weekend warrior or a dedicated athlete, sports injuries happen, and when they do, you need someone who can help you get back on your feet as fast and safely as possible. Southwest General Health Center provides sports medicine services for patients of all ages and skill levels. So, whether you’re training for the Olympics or trying out for JV soccer, our goal is to help you get better, stronger and back in the game.

Our Sports Medicine services include:

  • Injury prevention education
  • Strength training and conditioning
  • Treatment and rehabilitation of injuries
  • Athletic development program
  • ACL Injury prevention and treatment

Work With Sports-Minded Medical Professionals

Our sports medicine team includes certified athletic trainers and experienced physical therapists. They work closely with skilled, board-certified orthopedic surgeons on Southwest General’s Medical Staff. These physicians diagnose injuries and recommend the best treatment and rehabilitation options for each athlete. Together with other members of the Sports Medicine team, they carefully monitor each patient’s progress to determine when the athlete can resume training.

Committed to Athletic Excellence in our Communities

Southwest General Sports Medicine provides expert care and attention to students at many local schools, including:

  • Berea - Midpark High School
  • Columbia High School
  • Olmsted Falls High School
  • Strongsville High School
  • Middleburg Heights Junior High School

A certified athletic trainer from Southwest General is assigned to each school and is on site to help with practices and games and to foster cooperation among coaches, physicians, physical therapists and others involved in helping student athletes.

If an athletic injury requires evaluation, Southwest General Sports Medicine physicians assure that the athlete is seen quickly and monitor his or her condition to help coaches and trainers make decisions about the athlete’s participation in practices and games. Sports Medicine trainers and physicians also are available to speak with parents who are encouraged to call to discuss their athlete’s training or medical condition.

We Look Forward to Helping You

To learn more about our Sports Medicine Programs, or to schedule a new patient appointment, call 833-SW-REHAB (833-797-3422).

Outpatient care is offered at several different locations with easy access and convenient, free parking. Locations include:

LifeWorks of Southwest General
7390 Old Oak Blvd.
Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
440-816-8010

Brunswick Community Recreation and Fitness Center
3637 Center Road
Brunswick, OH 44212
330-558-0180

Strongsville Recreation and Senior Center
18100 Royalton Road
Strongsville, OH 44136
440-230-1133