Enhancing Sports Medicine Quality of Care

At Mass General Brigham, our sports medicine doctors listen. We know you are a unique athlete, so our clinicians work with you to develop an injury treatment and recovery plan tailored to your needs, making you an active participant in your own health care. Our sports medicine team of experts collaborates across disciplines and treatment areas to provide everything you need to recover from your sports injury and get back to what you love.

Our sports medicine specialists care for professional sports teams, Division 1 college athletes, weekend warriors, high school students and everyone in between. Our world-renowned kneeshoulderhiphand and armfoot and ankle and concussion specialists offer the full spectrum of injury or chronic pain treatment options, as well as the most advanced and expert sports medicine care available.

When you're dealing with an injury, you're just not whole. Our experts are committed to developing a plan that gets you the best care, so you can get back to your sport and performing your best.

By Treatment Area

Mass General Brigham Sports Medicine provides comprehensive patient care to treat a full range of sports injuries:

Locations

We can connect you to the sports medicine care options closer to home and across your entire injury care journey:

Request an Appointment - 617-726-0500

Request an appointment with a Mass General Brigham Sports Medicine specialist. The call center is available 7 days a week, 8 am -  8 pm. Our dedicated team is committed to providing expert care for your sports injury. Please use the form below or call 617-726-0500 to determine the care that is best for you.

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Prevention

Knee injuries disproportionately impact women and female athletes. The most common injuries are ACL tears. Simple exercises can help prevent injury.

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Treatment

Learn about the many non-surgical treatment options available for sports injury. Our team develops personalized treatment plans for athletes.

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Rehabilitation

Prehab can help athletes get into the best shape before having hand, wrist or arm surgery. Doing prehab exercises also can speed up recovery.

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