Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
Doylestown Hospital
595 West State Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 (215) 345-2200
V.I.A. Health System
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Common Sports Medicine Procedures
Arthroscopic Surgery
Inpatient Rehab at Doylestown Hospital
Rehabilitation Services


Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation


Sports Medicine is the orthopedic sub-specialty that gets you back to doing what you love to do. At Doylestown Hospital, we take your problems and limitations seriously, whether you are a professional athlete, weekend warrior or fitness walker.

In addition to diagnosing your problem, our sports medicine specialists will carefully listen to your goals to develop a treatment plan. Our medical staff includes fellowship trained sports medicine physicians with experience taking care of all local high schools, college and even professional athletes.

Doylestown Hospital orthopedic surgeons with special expertise in Sports Medicine include:

Shoulders: We use state-of-the-art techniques for shoulder repair including arthroscopic surgery, double row rotator cuff repairs and instability reconstructions.

Knees: Minimally invasive ACL reconstruction techniques are performed on an outpatient basis. We use the most advanced bioabsorbable implants, and offer both patellar tendon and hamstring repairs.

Rehabilitation Services

Doylestown Hospital offers Rehabilitation Services for patients of The Orthopedic Institute during an inpatient stay, and a full range of outpatient therapies to meet the wider community's need for medical and sports injury rehabilitation. In addition to Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy, there are many specialized programs to help people recovering from accidents, stroke, arthroscopic and total joint surgery, and back injuries to regain function and reduce pain. These include:

State-of-the-art inpatient rehabilitation for patients with acute medical needs who are recovering from joint surgery, stroke, accidents, etc. is available at Doylestown Hospital through a partnership with MossRehab.

 

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