The Ochsner Sports Medicine Institute provides a coordinated, multi disciplinary approach to treatment of sports and fitness-related injuries. In addition, the Sports Medicine team provides preventive care through the promotion of wellness, fitness, performance enhancement, and education. Our goal is to provide comprehensive, state of the art Sports Medicine Healthcare to individuals in a timely, effective manner allowing full return to their desired activity level.
At the Sports Medicine Institute, physician services, diagnostic imaging, and outpatient rehabilitation are all under one roof to make it easy for our patients to get better. Ochsner’s fellowship-trained Sports Medicine physicians have the latest in diagnostic imaging technology and are trained on the most cutting edge techniques to get you back to your desired activity level.
Our main objectives are to:
- Deliver quality patient care for athletes and individuals with sports-related injuries.
- Foster innovative clinical basic science research in the areas of sports medicine and soft tissue injuries.
- Educate orthopaedic residents and fellows in the operative and non-operative aspects of sports medicine, ensuring continual improvement in healthcare, teaching, and research methods, leading to enhanced patient outcomes and patient satisfaction.
For appointments, call 504-736-4800
2700 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans, LA 70115
180 W. Esplanade Ave., Kenner, LA 70065
North Shore Region:
104 Medical Center Drive, Slidell, LA 70461
For appointments, call 985-639-3777
1000 Ochsner Blvd, Covington LA 70433
For appointments, call 985-875-2828
- Achilles tendon injury
- Achilles tendonitis
- Ankle sprains
- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries
- Articular cartilage repair
- Clavicle fracture (broken shoulder)
- Common sports injuries
- Uncommon sports injuries
- Hamstring pull
- Hamstring tear
- Hamstring strain
- Knee pain and ligament injuries
- Iliotibial (IT) band friction syndrome
- Meniscus tears
- Plantar fasciitis
- Shin splints
- Shoulder tendonitis (rotator cuff problems)
- Shoulder bursitis
- Shoulder impingement syndrome
- Stress fracture
- Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis)
- Torn rotator cuff
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