You Might Be Down But You’re Not Out
A Focus On Sports Medicine
Sports medicine is our specialty and when combined with 20+ years of experience treating Division 1 athletes and high school athletes we are ready to treat you. While there are many common injuries associated with sports medicine you yourself are unique. We take into account your unique circumstances and combine that with best practices in treating sports medicine injuries with out 20+ years of experience to create a customized plan that will get you back in the game as quickly and safely as possible.
Our Sports Medicine Treatment Approach
Your Unique Injury + Best Practices + 20 years of experience + Latest Techniques + Cutting Edge Technologies = Customized Treatment Plan for Success
Message from J. Scott Quinby MD.
We Texas are a determined bunch that sets ambitious goals, trains hard, and plays hard. This spirit is thoroughly embodied in our kids when it comes to athletics. It can be very frustrating to train so hard for many years only to be sidelined by an injury. There are many questions that come up regarding what the injury means for continued athletic success. We understand these concerns and others like them. I take the time to understand what each of my teenage/adolescent patients and their guardians want, and then we work together to form a plan. Ultimately, our goal is to quickly and safely get you back in the game.
How We Treat Teens & Adolescents
Discuss Options & Form a Care Plan
Common Problems Seen & Treated
The most common knee injury we see as a result of football, soccer, cheerleading, etc is a tear in the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) which is a key ligament that helps stabilize your knee. These tears are often the result of a sudden stops or changes in direction.
We see an array of fractures, but we see larger volumes of fractures around the ankles, wrists, and forearms. These issues are often a result of contact sports or cheerleading incidents.
Shoulder & Elbow Issues
We see a variety of patients with injuries to the shoulder and elbow joints. Sports such as volleyball and baseball are common culprits when it comes to injuring these areas of the body, and we’re well suited to take care of you.
Arthritis in Teens
Arthritis is not exclusive to older adults. Unfortunately, adolescents and teenages can experience arthritis as well, and it can significantly restrict their experiences. We aim to help treat and alleviate arthritis in our younger patients so they can fully experience living and growing.