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Comprehensive Care for Sports-Related Injuries and Conditions

Drexel's sports physicians provide active patients throughout the Philadelphia area with care for a variety of conditions. Adults and children, from casual walkers to elite professional athletes, benefit from the services of Drexel Sports Medicine. Our sports medicine physicians expertly combine compassionate care with the latest diagnostic techniques and treatments available to manage common and complex sports-related injuries and conditions.

Drexel's sports physicians provide active patients throughout the Philadelphia area with care for a variety of conditions including:

Drexel Sports Medicine works closely with our patients to emphasize injury prevention and to provide rehabilitation as necessary. By combining their extensive training with the resources of Drexel Medicine, our sports medicine doctors ensure that patients receive exceptional health care.

Injury Prevention

The risk for many athletic injuries can be lessened with proper preparation, protective equipment, and a basic understanding of physiological processes. Drexel Sports Medicine physicians work with their patients and in the community to provide vital education on the importance of protective gear (such as goggles or helmets), physical checkups prior to engaging in a new activity or exercise regimen, and the importance of hydration. Drexel Sports Medicine physicians also address such issues as environmental factors, age and weight, and their impact on physical performance.

Drexel Sports Medicine Services and Locations

Patients of Drexel Sports Medicine benefit from our comprehensive knowledge of treatment options, offered at our convenient Manayunk, Philadelphia and Center City locations.

Services offered by Drexel Sports Medicine include:

The information on these pages is provided for general information only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment, or as a substitute for consultation with a physician or health care professional. If you have specific questions or concerns about your health, you should consult your health care professional.

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