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The Sports Medicine Center

Sports Medicine Center

The Cone Health Sports Medicine Fellowship program is located in the Sports Medicine Center on The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital campus. The office has four treatment rooms, a room specifically for orthotic preparation and a room specifically for performing musculoskeletal ultrasounds. There is also a conference room where the weekly seminar is held.

The office is fully electronic (no paper charts), using Cone HealthLink (EPIC) for scheduling, billing and EMR. Radiographs and other images are available electronically through the PACs system which is integrated into EPIC. In-house ultrasound can be loaded directly into the medical record as well. 

Exercise treadmills are done on campus at the Moses Cone Heart and Vascular Center.

There are 9½ clinics each week. Each fellow has two regularly scheduled clinics per week with a third clinic occurring bi-weekly on Friday mornings. Friday afternoons are set aside for seminar from 2 to 5 p.m.

Information provided to patients regarding the clinic is as follows:

Primary Care Sports Medicine Physicians are medical doctors who specialize in all aspects of medicine as it relates to the athlete, sports participation and musculoskeletal issues with an emphasis on non-surgical treatment. In addition to injury care, Primary Care Sports Medicine Physicians care for illnesses and medical conditions related to sports, such as exercise-induced asthma, concussion and diabetes.

If you are looking to begin an exercise program or just trying to improve your performance, Primary Care Sports Medicine Physicians can help you maximize your aerobic and strength conditioning.

Primary Care Sports Medicine Physicians treat patients with conditions including, but not limited to:

  • Acute, chronic or overuse injuries.
  • Musculoskeletal pain.
  • Work injuries.
  • Running injuries.
  • General sports injuries.
  • Entrapment neuropathies.
  • Fatigue in athletes.
  • Exercise with chronic disease.
  • Exercise for special populations (foot drop, partial amputation, aging).

Two Primary Care Sports Medicine Physicians and three Sports Medicine Fellows provide our sports medicine services.  These services include but are not limited to:

  • Diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound.
  • Joint injections.
  • Casting, bracing and splinting.
  • Exercise treadmill testing.
  • Gait evaluation.
  • Orthotics.
  • Rehabilitation modalities.
  • Biomechanical evaluations for skill sports.
  • Preparticipation examinations.
  • Exercise evaluation prior to beginning an exercise program.