Sports Medicine

Discover top-notch Delray Beach Sports Medicine services. Offering personalized care for athletes and active individuals.

Experience World-Class Sports Medicine with Dr. David Abbasi at PRIME Orthopedics & Regenerative Center – Where Champions Heal!

Choosing PRIME Orthopedics & Regenerative Center for your sports medicine and athletic injury needs means entrusting your care to a facility renowned for its expertise and exceptional treatment outcomes.

At the forefront of this center is Dr. David Abbasi, a highly experienced professional whose hands-on approach has been instrumental in treating sports injuries across various levels. From high school and collegiate athletes to professionals in leagues such as the NCAA, NFL, NHL, and in organizations like the UFC, Dr. Abbasi’s expertise is far-reaching and well-respected. His work with esteemed teams such as the Cincinnati Bearcats, Florida International University, Florida Panthers, and the Miami Dolphins, underscores his ability to handle the most demanding sports injuries. The center’s commitment to excellence, combined with Dr. Abbasi’s extensive experience, makes PRIME Orthopedics & Regenerative Center a top choice for athletes worldwide seeking specialized and effective treatment for their sports-related injuries.

Dr. Abbasi, with NFL MVP, Lamar Jackson -QB Baltimore Ravens
Dr. Abbasi, with NFL MVP, Lamar Jackson
QB Baltimore Ravens

Your Comprehensive Care for Sports Injuries Starts at PRIME!

At Prime Orthopedics & Regenerative Center, we address a wide array of sports-related injuries. These injuries can occur in various settings, from high-level competitive sports to everyday activities such as jogging or walking in your neighborhood. Injuries may range from traumatic ones, including fractures, torn ligaments, and meniscal injuries, to more frequently occurring overuse injuries. Overuse injuries typically arise from repetitive movements, leading to tissue tears and inflammation.

Commonly encountered sports injuries treated at our center include:

  • Achilles Tendon Injuries
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Finger Injuries
  • Hamstring Strain
  • Knee Ligament Tears (ACL Tears)
  • Meniscus Tears
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Shin Splints
  • Shoulder Labral Tears (SLAP Tears)
  • Stress Fractures
  • Tennis And Golfer’s Elbow

Risk factors for sports injuries can be participation in high-impact sports, excessive training, incorrect techniques, or inadequate protective gear.

When is it Time to See a Sports Medicine Doctor?

Athletes often tolerate pain to build resilience and muscle strength, but this is not advisable for sports injuries. Continuing physical activities with an injury can worsen it, leading to more complicated treatment and longer recovery. Signs that you should seek medical help include:

  • Persistent or severe pain
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Joint instability
  • Limited movement
  • Inability to use a limb
  • Muscle weakness
  • Tingling or numbness sensations
  • Immediate, severe pain with rapid swelling and bruising, indicating a possible fracture or serious sprain. Overuse injuries start with mild pain but can worsen over time.

Sports Medicine Treatments

Treatment at Prime Orthopedics & Regenerative Center begins with the best non-surgical approaches, including:

  • Splints, braces, or casts
  • Anti-inflammatory drugs
  • Steroid injections
  • Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections
  • Physical therapy

Early physical therapy can lessen inflammation and pain, aid healing, and speed up the recovery of strength and function. As the injury improves, the practitioner might add strengthening exercises and sports-specific rehab.

Some sports injuries need immediate surgery, while others may require surgical repair if non-surgical treatments don’t alleviate pain.  Dr. Abbasi is a double board certified in Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery.

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Sports Medicine FAQs

Below, you’ll find frequently asked questions regarding Sports Medicine at PRIME Orthopedics & Regenerative Center.

What types of sports injuries does Prime Orthopedics & Regenerative Center treat?

We treat a variety of sports injuries, including ACL tears, meniscus tears, rotator cuff injuries, SLAP Tears, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, Achilles tendon injuries, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, shin splints, hamstring strains, finger injuries, and stress fractures.

What are the common causes of sports injuries?

Sports injuries can result from high-impact activities, overtraining, improper technique, or using inadequate protective equipment.

What are the signs of a serious sports injury?

Serious injuries often present with immediate and severe pain, rapid swelling, bruising, and may indicate a fracture or severe sprain.

What non-surgical treatments are offered at Prime Orthopedics & Regenerative Center?

Our non-surgical treatments include the use of splints, braces, or casts, anti-inflammatory medications, steroid injections, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, stem cell therapy and physical therapy.

Are surgical treatments available for sports injuries?

Yes, certain sports injuries require immediate surgical intervention for proper healing, and others may need surgical repair if pain persists despite non-surgical care.

Who leads the treatment team at Prime Orthopedics & Regenerative Center?

Our team is led by Dr. David Abbasi, a skilled orthopedic surgeon with extensive experience in treating sports injuries.

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