Sports-related injuries require specialized care to promote optimum healing. Whether you are are a weekend jogger or tennis player, a professional soccer player or marathon runner, a child or senior citizen, a star quarterback or cheerleader, a dancer or a marching band member, trauma to the muscles and joints can limit or prevent your participation in these activities. While a large part of our sports medicine practice focuses on the management of musculoskeletal injuries, our doctors also evaluate and treat other medical conditions affecting the athlete, including acute illness and chronic medical conditions, such as hypertension, acute injuries, overuse injuries, heat illness, etc. We also oversee medications taken by athletes, perform pre-participation evaluations, ensure compliance with the respective governing bodies, and oversee nutritional and rehabilitation programs.
Arthroscopy, a microsurgical technique, is often employed to repair joints, while traditional reconstructive surgery is used for musculoskeletal damage. Other treatments include custom-made orthotics, braces, sports splints and personalized home rehabilitation programs.
At Middle Georgia Orthopaedics, our sports medicine doctors take a team approach in helping you return to your favorite sports and activities. Our sports medicine doctors are trained in the treatment and care of sports-related injuries and conditions, such as torn ligaments (ACL and MCL), torn cartilage (meniscus), joint instability, muscle weakness, sprains, and fractures.
To consult with one of our sports medicine doctors, please request an appointment online or call (478) 953-4563.
Middle Georgia Orthopaedics is proud to provide athletic team physicians for:
- Houston County High School
- Perry High School
- Northside High School
- Warner Robins High School
- The Westfield School
- Macon County High School
- Twiggs County High School
- Crawford County High School
- Central Fellowship Christian Academy
- Middle Georgia State University
- Fort Valley State University
- Central Georgia Technical College
Our staff members also consult with other high school and university coaches and offer second opinions.
Why choose Middle Georgia Orthopaedics?
Our sports medicine surgeons and doctors at Middle Georgia Orthopaedics have completed additional training specifically in sports medicine. With this advanced training, Dr. K. Scott Malone, Dr. William Wiley, Dr. Jeffrey Easom, Dr. Derrick Phillips, and Dr. David Wiley have the experience and expertise to assess, diagnose, and treat your sports medicine injury individually to your needs.
To consult with one of our sports medicine surgeons or doctors, please request an appointment online or call (478) 953-4563. Middle Georgia Orthopaedics offers specialized orthopaedic care through our main office in Warner Robins and our satellite office in Perry.