Saturday sports injury clinics
Throughout the fall season, Norton Sports Health specialists evaluate and treat athletes with sports-related injuries at our Saturday Sports Injury Clinics. The clinic is staffed by a primary care physician, orthopedic specialist, neurologist and athletic trainers. Our team has access to a full range of diagnostic imaging equipment, including X-ray.
Care for parents, coaches, athletic trainers and weekend warriors
Norton Orthopedic Institute – St. Matthews
Norton Medical Plaza 3 – St. Matthews, Suite 401
4123 Dutchmans Lane
We evaluate and treat:
- Hamstring sprain
- Ankle injuries
- Sprained ankle
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Elbow injuries
No appointment necessary at Saturday Sports Injury Clinic
Through the Norton Sports Health team approach to treatment, patients have access to a variety of care and support. Patients can expect to work with various professionals throughout their treatment journey, including athletic trainers, physical therapists, and nutritionists.
No appointment is necessary at the Saturday Sports Injury Clinic. The clinic opens at 8 a.m. each Saturday in the fall. All patients must be signed in by 9 a.m. Patients will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information, call (502) 559-1400.
About Norton Sports Health
No matter what type of athlete you are, Norton Sports Health can provide the care you need. From high school to professional, from older adults to weekend warriors, we prevent sports-related injuries and get you back to the activities you enjoy.
- Norton Sports Health specialists are trained and experienced in caring for sports-related injuries and conditions.
- Our team includes orthopedists, neurologists, primary care physicians, professional athletic trainers and physical therapists.
- Our providers work together to provide advanced care for athletes and individuals of all ages.
- We design customized programs that meet your specific needs and help get you back to your active lifestyle.
- Our sports health specialists serve as medical directors for the Kentucky Derby Festival miniMarathon/Marathon.
- We provide athletic trainers to high schools and colleges in Louisville and Southern Indiana.
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