Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
Sports Medicine is specialized care to heal sports injuries and related conditions to get you back to the activities you love – whether you're a professional athlete, weekend warrior or high school athlete. Doylestown Health sports medicine specialists care for all levels of fitness enthusiasts and provide exceptional preventive care and treatment services including orthopedic medicine and surgery, rehabilitation therapy, vestibular (concussion) therapy, and sudden cardiac death education and prevention.
Sports Medicine Physicians
Our medical staff includes board-certified and fellowship-trained sports medicine physicians with experience caring for athletes of local high schools, colleges and universities, and even professional sports teams. Doylestown Health physicians caring for sports medicine patients include:
- Boylan, Douglas N., MD*
- Chu, Benjamin I., MD*
- Cody, Kieran D., MD
- Gallant, Gregory G., MD
- Griffith, Susan I. DO
- Horn, Michelle E., DO
- Park, Jung H., MD
- Wang, Peter, MD*
*Advanced certification in Sports Medicine
To find a Sports Medicine specialist, call 215.345.2121.
Doylestown Health's sports medicine physicians treat the full range of sports injuries with specialized expertise in:
- Shoulders: We use state-of-the-art techniques for shoulder repair such as arthroscopic surgery and double row rotator cuff repairs.
- Knees: Minimally invasive ACL reconstruction techniques are performed on an outpatient basis. We use the most advanced bio-absorbable implants, and offer both patellar tendon and hamstring repairs.
- Concussions: Every concussion is different and requires a personalized care plan. Doylestown Health concussion specialists work closely with school guidance counselors, nurses and athletic trainers, acting as a team to support athletes. The goal is to safely return you to their sport or activity.
Learn More About Common Sports Injuries
Doylestown Health offers a full range of outpatient therapy programs for both medical and sports injury rehabilitation. In addition to physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, there are many specialized programs to help individuals regain function and reduce pain after sports-related injuries.