In addition, we treat chronic health conditions that can affect athletic performance, such as asthma and diabetes. We also counsel athletes, helping them maximize performance, prevent injuries and lead a healthy lifestyle.
At NOMS both orthopaedic and sports medicine physicians are well trained in musculoskeletal medicine. Sports medicine physicians specialize only in the non-operative medical treatment of musculoskeletal sports conditions. Approximately 90 percent of all sports injuries are non-surgical. NOMS sports medicine doctors can help guide the referral to appropriate ancillary services and other physicians as needed for best possible outcomes and quickest recovery.
Caused by severe head injury where the brain moves violently within the skull so that brain cells all fire at once, much like a seizure.
A sudden tight, intense pain caused by a muscle locked in spasm. Muscle cramps are also recognized as an involuntary and forcibly contracted muscle that does not relax.
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a ligament involved in knee stabilization. An ACL rupture can occur when the foot is planted and the knee twists to change direction.
The anterior cruciate ligament; one of four major knee ligament necessary for comfortable knee movement, tears, causing major pain and causes the knee to "give out." The knee ACL can tear for a number of reasons.
The ligaments that hold the ankle bones in place can easily be overstretched.
The tissue that attaches the muscles of your lower leg to the shin bone may be pulling away from the bone, or it may be inflamed from overuse.
Tears in muscle that cause pain and or loss of function.
Condition that can affect many body segments. Although the body segments may differ, the structural damage and healing process are the same.