Customized Programs Treat Range of Athletic Injuries

Baylor Sports Medicine is unique in its multidisciplinary team approach and integration of evidence-based medicine to treat athletic injuries. Our physicians and athletic trainers jointly integrate the latest research discoveries with clinical experience to make the best treatment decisions resulting in rapid and effective return to activity and sport.

We specialize in hand, wrist and elbow disorders and injuries, ligament and nerve injuries, ACL surgery, knee meniscus repair, shoulder rotator cuff repair, and labral repair of the hip. We also offer joint injections for pain, concussion management and physical therapy. We are dedicated to not only providing top care but to furthering and enhancing injury prevention, performance and recovery. See complete list of our clinical specialties.

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Meet Our Team

Our healthcare professionals are leaders in their fields. Baylor’s multidisciplinary team has experience providing care from shoulder, hand, wrist, forearm and elbow disorders and injuries to hip and arthritic deformities.

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Get your wrist in gear to avoid golf injuries

Hand and wrist expert Dr. Thomas Hunt says wrist injuries are one of the most common types of golf injuries.

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Experts outline importance of recognizing, treating meniscal root tears

Recognizing and treating tears in the menisci, cartilage discs between the joint surfaces in the knee, is key to preventing knee injury.

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Pitch count matters: know your limits

Throwing pitches year-round at an early age could cause pitchers to be the ones striking out in the long run.

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What to know before starting a high-intensity workout routine

Dr. Theodore Shybut, a sports medicine expert at Baylor College of Medicine, provides guidelines for successful participation in high-intensity workout routines.