Orthopedic surgeons and physicians specialize in sports medicine care for the bone, joint, and muscle needs of athletes of all sports and levels, including high school, collegiate, and professional athletes, as well as active people of all ages. Surgeons and physicians in the subspecialty field of sports medicine have a deep knowledge of the musculoskeletal system, including the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, cartilage, ligaments, and other soft tissues. These specialists also know the unique needs of athletes and active individuals and offer the latest treatments, sports injury prevention, and ongoing medical and orthopedic care.
With extensive experience in orthopedic surgery, arthroscopic surgery, sports medicine, primary care, reconstructive surgery, joint replacement, and nonsurgical sports medicine care, our team of sports medicine specialists at Advanced Orthopedics of Oklahoma will understand every aspect of your orthopedic condition and help you heal, recover, and advance.
Our sports medicine team includes fellowship-trained sports medicine surgeons Dr. Bradford Boone, Dr. Wendy Emerson, Dr. Jeff Fox, Dr. Bradley Lawson, Dr. Jay Lorton, Dr. David Nonweiler, Dr. Scott Rahhal, and Dr. Blake Shockley as well as board-certified family medicine and sports medicine physicians Dr. Jeffrey Cunningham and Dr. Steven Hardage. Our additional sports medicine doctors include board-certified orthopedic surgeons Dr. Bryan Hawkins, Dr. Robert Marsh, Dr. George Mauerman. In addition to caring for sports injuries and athletic patients, our sports medicine specialty experts provide specialized evaluation, medical care, surgical treatment, and rehabilitation for overuse injuries, work injuries, and other musculoskeletal problems.
Take note if you have any of these symptoms. If so, visit one of our specialty-trained sports medicine doctors or primary care sports medicine physicians and get the treatment you need.
After an exam, your orthopedic specialist may diagnose you with one of these athletic injuries or orthopedic conditions:
When a patient first notices pain, it’s common to wait to see if it will go away. However, pain may not improve, and some sports injuries and orthopedic sports medicine conditions should be treated immediately, like an ACL tear. It’s important not to wait too long if you believe you have any type of orthopedic problem.
Our sports medicine specialists provide the high-quality, sports-related treatment a patient needs, including medication, X-rays and MRIs, splints, braces, fracture care, home exercise and prevention programs, physical therapy, surgery, or interventional treatments like steroid injections.
If your doctor recommends a surgical sports medicine procedure, your surgeon, backed by our entire sports medicine treatment team, can expertly perform the surgery using our state-of-the-art equipment. Our surgeons' expertise includes fracture fixation, arthroscopy, articular cartilage repair surgery, robotic-assisted surgery, and joint replacement.
Our sports medicine specialists and all of our dedicated orthopedic physicians and surgeons at Advanced Orthopedics of Oklahoma go beyond simply delivering medical services. They are healthcare professionals who listen to your concerns, expertly answer your questions, and have dedicated their practices to helping people like you move forward and experience less pain and a better quality of life.
We know you want the best doctor to assess and treat your sports-related injury or chronic pain. Rest assured, our skilled, experienced sports medicine doctors will apply their high-level skills and knowledge to your orthopedic injury or condition.
We are available to see you at multiple locations throughout the region:
For urgent needs, like a dislocation or athletic injury, walk in without an appointment at our Advanced Orthopedics Urgent Care, Monday – Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – noon.
If you are ready to get back in the game, schedule an appointment by calling (918) 494-AOOK (2665) or use the button below to request an appointment online.