Athletic injuries are no fun which is why we want to get you back to moving more and hurting less. As leaders in assessing, diagnosing and treating sport related injuries, our team of sports medicine experts will provide a treatment plan centered around you. Take the first step towards moving more and hurting less by scheduling an appointment today.
Our clinic provides an on-call physician to the Emergency Room at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center and Baton Rouge General Health Center on Bluebonnet 24 hours a day. Additional service is provided through Our Lady of the Lake Urgent Care Clinics. We also treat acute sports injuries promptly in our office during our regular business hours. It is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible after an injury has occurred.
A slight twist of the knee during practice. An awkward, off-balance landing. Pain, swelling, and immobility. Whether it is cartilage damage, an ACL injury, or a patella dislocation, our sports medicine team can help you make a full recovery.Read More
Hip pain is a common complaint that can be caused by a wide variety of problems. Learn the details about the various types of hip injuries like a hip fracture or broken hip, bursitis, dislocation, labral tear & snapping hip syndrome.Read More
Because the shoulder is one of the body’s most mobile joints, it is susceptible to certain injuries and conditions. Your shoulders can be affected by injuries such as sprains, strains, and a rotator cuff tear. Learn how to treat and prevent shoulder pain & injury.Read More
Athletes suffer injuries to body parts other than the knee, hip, and shoulder. Our sports medicine physician diagnose and treat other injuries including ankle sprains and fractures, wrist fractures, achilles tendonitis, stress fractures, and plantar fasciitis.Read More
The purpose of the Athletic Training Residency at the Bone & Joint Clinic of Baton Rouge is to provide athletic training residents with a comprehensive and high-quality education in the field of
Posts and discussions regarding the latest research relevant to clinicians, students, and patients interested in sports medicine.
Both sprains and strains are the result of acute injury involve some degree of stretching of soft tissue. In severe instances, there may even be complete tearing. The key differentiators between the two is the type of tissue affected.Read More
Participation in sports is linked to many health benefits. Of course, athletes reap the benefits of physical fitness, but they are also more likely to make healthier choices, have higher self-esteem, work better in groups and perform higher academically.Read More
You can take an athlete off of the field, but you can’t always keep them off of the team. Dr. Julie Neumann of the Bone and Joint Clinic is a prime example of this.Read More
While we are busy going about our lives and interacting with the world around us each day, we rarely consider the very things that carry us through it: our feet.Read More