Beginning with fall sports and the regular routine of school athletics and physical education, injuries in children and young athletes are on the rise.
That’s why the physicians of Pediatric Orthopedics of Southwest Florida introduced the Sports Clinicfor children and teens in addition to the practice’s regular office hours.
The Sports Clinic at Pediatric Orthopedics of Southwest Florida is specifically geared for the young athlete with an injury. The clinic is staffed by a unique sports medicine team who are ready to diagnose and treat children and teens with sports-related injuries.
The Sports Clinic will be open every Monday evening from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the new Pediatric Orthopedics office, located on the corner of Bass Road and HealthPark Circle, on the HealthPark Medical Center campus in Fort Myers.
Parent, coaches and athletic directors are encouraged to call 239.432.5100 to schedule an appointment, or for information if a child or young athlete requires medical attention.
Pediatric Orthopedics of Southwest Florida is the area’s only orthopedics practice that specializes in treating children who have growing bones and other unique needs. Diagnosing and treating sports medicine injuries in the young athlete since 1992, the physicians of Pediatric Orthopedics offer evaluation (diagnosis and prognosis) and treatment (casting / splinting, and/or surgery and/or prescription) and follow up care.
If surgery becomes necessary, the physicians utilize advanced techniques to help shorten recovery time. We develop a comprehensive sports-injury treatment regimen that will enable the young athlete to heal and return to sports activities safely and as soon as possible.
No member of the team should be sidelined because of injury, especially during the relatively short sports seasons. Please call 239-432-5100 for the Sports Clinic at Pediatric Orthopedics of Southwest Florida.