Our elite team of experts provide coordinated care for when and where injuries happen, and working to prevent them before they do. Parkview Sports Medicine gets athletes back at play with innovative treatment techniques and individual services.
Parkview Sports Medicine's new performance division provides quality training for long-term development in athletes. Parkview Sports Medicine Performance is a collaborative team of strength & conditioning coaches, athletic trainers, physical therapists and orthopedic specialists that increases athleticism and prevents injuries. To learn more, call 260.266.4007 and select Option 7.
Parkview Ortho Express is a walk-in clinic that specializes on orthopedic and sports injury care. The clinic offers same-day X-rays, casting and other diagnostics without appointment or referral needed. Parkview Ortho Express, located on the south side the SportONE/Parkview Fieldhouse (Entrance 2), is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursdays, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays, and 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.
Professional basketball player Reggie Hearn has utilized Parkview Sports Medicine services since high school. Hearn continues to develop his game through sports performance training, athletic rehabilitation and more, making him a more complete athlete who continues to develop his game.
PSM Performance Manager Scott Charland, MA, CSCS, SCCC, comes to Parkview Sports Medicine with more than 20 years of experience of developing better athletes. A former athlete, Scott has worked with athletes of different ages and skills at several institutions throughout the United States. Since joining Parkview Sports Medicine, Scott and the Parkview Sports Medicine Performance staff have developed sports-specific performance sessions that create a foundation for long-term development in athletes.
When Woodlan football player Slate Hirsch was diagnosed with a concussion, it was important for him and his mother, Jodee, to get comprehensive care that would allow him to safely return to football as soon as soon as possible. The Parkview Sports Medicine Concussion Clinic is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. To schedule an appointment, call 260.266.4007.
Parkview Sports Medicine provides coordinated care in orthopedics, athletic training, sports performance training, nutrition and athletic rehabilitation. We help athletes of all levels reach higher and push further through direct access to an integrated team of experts and state-of-the-art facilities.
West Noble basketball player Lauren Burns has battled through injuries and recovery while playing the game she loves. Parkview Sports Medicine's team of experts has helped her every step of the way, reassuring she would get back on the court.
Parkview Sports Medicine offers a quick experience for athletes recovering from sports-related and musculoskeletal injuries through direct access to physicians, physical therapy, athletic rehabilitation, sports performance and nutrition services. That means patients can receive those forms of treatment without referral from a physician.
Parkview Sports Medicine's caring staff of experts specialize in helping athletes work through injury, prevent them before they happen and get them back in play. Our coordinated care works with you all along the way, helping you reach higher and push further.
Parkview Sports Medicine is leading the way with the area's first Concussion Clinic. Our team has developed evidence-based approach to provide comprehensive care in managing athletic-related head injuries. Call 260.266.4007 to make an appointment.
To learn more about Parkview Sports Medicine's services or integrated team, visit ParkviewSportsMedicine.com
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