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Whether you take daily walks, swim laps, or are a professional athlete, exercise is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Here at the UHealth Sports Medicine Institute, part of the University of Miami Health System, we keep you performing at the top of your game.
Our team offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to the evaluation and care of your injuries or other medical conditions that may affect your ability to exercise, participate in sports, or maintain an active lifestyle. Our physicians lead research involving sports-related injuries, studying the causes of injury and innovative treatments for your condition. This research has led to advancements in injury prevention, improved training, and performance. We are committed to accurately diagnosing your condition and formulating a customized treatment plan that will get you back in the game as safely, effectively, and quickly as possible.
From a simple sprain to a torn ACL or a dislocated shoulder, we’ve got you covered. We have the talent and know-how to get your body back to peak performance.
Whatever sport or exercise you participate in, your knees get a lot of wear and use. The knee is a complex joint with many components, so it’s vulnerable to a variety of injuries.
Shoulder pain and injuries are fairly common — especially when you’re physically active. When shoulder pain interferes with your ability to do the things you love each day, it’s time to seek medical advice. We can help.
Your elbow allows you to bend and extend your arm and use your hand effectively. When you suffer from an elbow injury or condition, it can negatively impact many aspects of your life.
All athletes — professional athletes, weekend warriors, and anywhere in between — can count on the specialized sports medicine team at the UHealth Sports Medicine Institute to help power your athletic performance.
We know what it’s like to enjoy living an active lifestyle — and how frustrating it can be when you can’t participate to your fullest potential.