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Saturday Sports Injury Clinic

If your child is a middle or high school student who recently experienced a sports injury, we can help. St. Joseph Health Orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, and athletic trainers will be available on select Saturdays listed below to assess and treat your child’s sports injury.

*Due to COVID-19 guidelines, only one patient and one family member are allowed inside the clinic. 

Clinic Information

  • Sports injury evaluations
  • Tips for treatment and therapeutic exercises
  • Order for X-rays, MRIs, casts, or braces, if needed (for an additional fee)
  • No appointment necessary, but please call ahead at 979.731.2876
  • Call for more information 979-731-2876 or 979-731-8888

Clinic Dates

  • Saturdays from August 15th through November 21st
  • ​9-10:30 a.m.

What to bring

  • School insurance form
  • Personal insurance card
  • Consent to treat (if without legal guardian)

About Our Sports Medicine Program

St. Joseph Health Sports Medicine is dedicated to treating your orthopedic and sports injuries. We provide the highest quality equipment and the most up-to-date education available to help you return to your previous level of activity as quickly and safely as possible.

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