Listen to our 2014 sports medicine physician tips from experts on hand fractures, groin injury, lower back fractures, collar bone fractures, Achilles tendon and ACL tears.
Watch our 2013 sports medicine physician tips from experts on concussion, hand/wrist protection, and sports injuries to back and spine.
Watch our 2012 sports medicine physician tips from experts on ACL tears, ankle injuries, dislocated shoulder, elbow injuries, meniscus (knee) tears, and rotator cuff injury.
ACL tear, bone fracture, hip pain or tennis elbow—a sports injury can take you out of the game. Whatever your athletic level or activity, the sports medicine specialists at the Abington Orthopedic & Spine Institute – Jefferson Health have the expertise to get you moving again.
Using high-tech diagnostics, we give you a thorough assessment of your condition and choose non-surgical treatments when possible, including medications and physical therapy.
Our advanced, minimally invasive procedures benefit you by saving more bone and muscle. You gain a faster return to sports and an active life than with conventional surgery.
Expert Sports Medicine Treatment
Our specialists have broad experience in the diagnosis, medical management and surgical treatment of sports injuries, including the newest minimally invasive procedures.
Non-surgical approaches focus on pain management and use medications, injection therapies and physical therapy. Emphasis is on strength building, flexibility, conditioning and injury risk prevention.
We are highly skilled in using fiberoptic surgical cameras and other advanced technology for the latest innovative treatments, including hip resurfacing and mini-incision spine procedures. After treatment, our exceptional rehabilitation services help you recover and rebuild.
Partners in Sports Injury Prevention
Our clinical team educates athletes, coaches, trainers and parents about injury prevention. By working with local colleges, school districts and community groups, Abington's Orthopedic & Spine Institute helps residents stay safe while enjoying sports.
Saved From the Sidelines
“I feel like I’m at 100% again. My flexibility is back,” says Nyeem Haynes, a high-school athlete whose repeated shoulder dislocations ended after arthroscopic surgery.
Read Nyeem's Story