Active Lifestyles Are For Every Body
Sports medicine is for every body. We all have bones, joints, muscles, and functional issues that can impact our daily life and physical activity. From recreational to competitive athletes, or anyone who wants to have an active lifestyle, our sports medicine staff is here to help your body move and function at its best. Our clinic is staffed by primary care board-certified physicians who also have a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine.
Some of our services include:
- Evaluation and treatment of sprains and strains, tendonitis, overuse injuries, and fractures
- Concussion and post-concussion management
- Bracing and splinting
- Pre-participation physicals
- Medical conditions related to sports participation (asthma, diabetes)
- Injuries related to training
- Neck and back pain
- Performance arts injuries
- Referrals for Physical Therapy
- Manual therapy interventions
- Pulmonary function testing
To make a Sports Medicine appointment, call 520-621-9202.
Campus Health Physical Therapists are here to help you get back to feeling your best. Our comprehensive physical therapy services including treatment of activity-related injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, and treatment of chronic/overuse injuries.
We help students with fracture/injury management and chronic injuries. An orthopedic surgeon staffs this clinic on Monday mornings and works closely with our sports medicine doctors and physical therapists.
Note: Patients must see a Sports Medicine provider first in order to be referred to this specialist. The specialist office visit copay will apply for billable commercial insurance. If you have an insurance that we cannot bill, we can offer an itemized statement through PatientLink for you to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement.
Call (520) 626-6363 for more information.
Do you work with student athletes?
We help support our adaptive, club, and intercollegiate athletes, dance and other performance programs, and ROTC participants.