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Sports Medicine

Sports Injury

Our sport is medicine. Our team of orthopedic and sports rehab experts get your player back in the game. UTMB Health is conducting our Sports Injury Clinic every Saturday morning at our League City Campus for high school and club sport athletes.

Saturday Sports Injury Clinic

Dedicated to club and school sports injuries

Every Saturday from Sept. 16 to Nov. 11

8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

League City Campus

Suite 1.211


Sports-related injuries, from trauma, overuse or family history can keep you sidelined longer than necessary if not treated quickly and appropriately. At UTMB Health, sports medicine is as individual as your needs, whether you participate in high-level competition, or just want to be able to walk the stress away on a pleasant day.

Sports Medicine

When a sports injury occurs, you want to get back into the game quickly. But as an athlete or the parent of one, you want to receive the best care and return to play safely. Whether it’s golf or tennis, volleyball or cycling, football or soccer, cheerleading or lacrosse, or any activity, our expert team of sports medicine physicians and physical therapists at UTMB Health are available to treat sports injuries immediately – the right way.

From bumps and bruises to knee pain, pulled muscles, twisted ankles or shoulder pain, our sports medicine team is specially trained to treat a full range of sports-related injuries. Our team will provide a comprehensive evaluation of the injury along with a rehabilitation plan for you or your athlete.

Our rehabilitation clinics are staffed by a multidisciplinary team of certified therapists. Each patient, including athletes, children, active adults and seniors, can expect care customized to meet their individual needs and recovery goals. Personalized treatment plans include using the latest equipment and therapies, like our own indoor turf field which helps athletes return to play sooner

Our Sport Is Medicine. Let our experts get your player back in the game.



Key Prevention Tips

Gear up. When children are active in sports and recreation, make sure they use the right protective gear for their activity, such as helmets, wrist guards, knee or elbow pads.

Use the right stuff. Be sure that sports protective equipment is in good condition, fits appropriately and is worn correctly all the time—for example, avoid missing or broken buckles or compressed or worn padding. Poorly fitting equipment may be uncomfortable and may not offer the best protection.


Tips sourced from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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