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Saturday Injury Clinic

Last clinic will be Nov. 22nd

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Dr. Cord Honored

Named to 2014 Super Doctors

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Dr. Crawford recognized

Medical Director TTU Athletics

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  • Saturday Injury Clinic
  • Dr. Cord Honored
  • Dr. Crawford recognized
"medicine for motion"

Lubbock Sports Medicine is the premiere sports medicine and Rehab center on the South Plains.
Let our friendly staff help you find your orthopedic solution for your active lifestyle!

Sports Injuries/Active Lifestyles

We specialize in sports medicine.  Our state of the art equipment and top notch doctors will work with you through each step of your recovery.  From concussions, torn ligaments, to body aches we are here to help. Rest assured that you will receive top care as our team of clinicians provide specialized orthopedic care for your well being.  Experience the difference at Lubbock Sports Medicine and Lubbock Sports Rehab.

Center for Regenerative Medicine

Autologous Regenerative Therapy is a new and innovative procedure will lead to an expedited recovery.  This procedure will harvest stem cells from your own body to aid in the recovery from reconstructions, replacements, and other major surgeries.  Lubbock Sports Medicine is excited to bring cutting edge medicine to the South Plains.  Visit our Patient Education page to find out more about stem cell therapy.

Orthopedic Surgery

Our physicians are trained in the latest medical technology to bring advanced and innovative sports medicine to the South Plains.  Doctors Steven Cord, Kevin Crawford, Robert King, Field Scovell, and David Shephard are the "go-to" orhtopedic physicians in the area.  With ties into the community and local schools, our physicians have been at the top of their class with industry-leading care and high levels of specialization. Lubbock Sports Medicine, orthopedic solutions for active people.

Where do you hurt?

Hand/Wrist

"   Arthritis, Sports Injuries, Surgeries, and more... "

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Hand/Wrist

  The hand and wrist form one of the more unique structures in the body.  The arrangement of bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments create a complex network that works in conjunction to perform motor skills necessary for daily function.  When a patient experience pain in this area, this ability to accomplish daily activities diminishes.  At Lubbock Sports Medicine, we have the expertise and knowledge to tackle a complicated issue such as the hand and wrist. Patient Education Arthritis of the Wrist Carpal Tunnel Hand Fractures Mallet Finger (Baseball Finger) Scaphoid Fracture of the Wrist Sprained Thumb Wrist Sprains De Quervain's Tendinosis Treatments & Surgeries Wrist Arthroscopy What Can Hand Surgery Do For You? Carpal Tunnel       Wrist & Hand Physicians in Lubbock

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Elbow

"   Arthritis, Sports Injuries, Surgeries, and more... "

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Elbow

  The elbow is true hinge joint that bridges the gap between the forearm and the upper arm.  It plays a starring role in the stability of forearm and the coordination with the hand.  When you experience pain in the elbow, you will find simple movements hard to perform such as reaching, pulling, or throwing.  You can experience anything from a dull, lasting pain to sharp shooting pains and inflammation with elbow injuries.  With our orthopedics at Lubbock Sports Medicine and our excellent Thrower’s Program at Lubbock Sports Rehab, you’ll be able to see why Lubbock Sports Medicine and Lubbock Sports Rehab are the leading sources for athletic injuries.  Patient Education Elbow Injuries in the Throwing Athlete Throwing Injuries in the Elbow in Children Biceps Tendon Tear at the Elbow Golf Injury (Golfer’s Elbow) Prevention Elbow Dislocation Fracture of Distal Humerus Olecranon (Elbow) Fractures Radial Head Fractures Recurrent and Chronic Elbow Instability Elbow Bursitis Treatments & Surgeries Elbow Arthroscopy Total Elbow Replacement Common Baseball Injuries           Elbow Physicians in Lubbock

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Knee

"   Arthritis, Sports Injuries, Surgeries, and more... "

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Knee

  Patients with knee injuries usually experience severe and weakening pain.  The knee is a fairly unstable joint that is responsible for supporting the full weight of the body and even more so when walking, running, cutting, and so on.  The joint of the knee is a complex structure with bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, and blood vessels.  Because of its dynamic nature, the knee is a commonly injured joint. Within recent years, the increase in ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injuries has been remarkable. Trauma to this ligament within the knee can be serious, and injuries to it usually occur during athletic activity.  Our experts at Lubbock Sports Medicine and Lubbock Sports Rehab offer years of expertise with minimally invasive procedures that can get you back on your game. Patient Education Adolescent Anterior Knee Pain Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries Collateral Ligament Injuries Combined Knee Ligament Injuries Common Knee Injuries Compartment Syndrome Knee Tendon Bursitis Kneecap (Prepatellar) Bursitis Meniscal Tear Osgood-Schlatter Disease (Knee Pain) Patellar Tendon Tear Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Tear Quadriceps Tendon Tear Runner's Knee (Patellofemoral Pain) Shin Splints Stress Fractures Unstable Kneecap Treatments & Surgeries ACL Injury: Does it require surgery? Knee Arthroscopy Meniscal Transplants Total Knee Replacement - Minimally Invasive Total Knee Replacement Osteotomy of the Knee Partial Knee Replacement Patient Specific Instrumentation                 Knee Physicians in Lubbock

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Ankle/Foot

" Arthritis, Sports Injuries, Surgeries, and more... "

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Ankle/Foot

  The average person will take anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 steps in a day.  Being under that constant stress, it comes as no surprise that foot and ankle problems can develop so quickly. Our orthopedics specialize in sport-related injuries to the foot, as well as degenerative causes stemming from deformity and arthritis.  Lubbock Sports Medicine and Lubbock Sports Rehab have an array of services that are aimed at alleviating ankle/foot associated pain.   Our surgical techniques are often minimally invasive and can get you back on your game! Patient Education Achilles Tendon Rupture (Tear) (video) Ankle Fractures (Broken Ankle) Ankle Fractures in Children Lisfranc (Midfoot) Injury Sprained Ankle Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle Turf Toe Treatments & Surgeries Foot and Ankle Conditioning Program X-Rays, CT Scans, and MRIs Misc. Foot Injury Prevention Athletic Shoes         Ankle & Foot Physicians in Lubbock

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Hip

" Hip injuries and replacements. "

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Hip

  Patients with hip and knee issues experience severe and debilitating pain. On the other hand, patients can also expect a high rate of success with treatment. And new procedures – like minimally-invasive surgery and computer-aided navigation – show even greater promise and improved recovery times. Success is also contingent on a physician whose experience ensures these new techniques are applied effectively. You can be confident Blue Ridge Bone & Joint’s hip and knee specialists are not only current on the latest advancements, but come with the highest volume of surgical experience in the region. Patient Education Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) Hamstring Muscle Strain Hip Bursitis Hip Strains Muscle Strains in the Thigh Snapping Hip (IT Band Friction) Sports Hernia (Athletic Pubalgia) Treatments & Surgeries Activities After Hip Replacement Anesthesia for Hip and Knee Surgery Dislocation After Total Hip Replacement Hip Arthroscopy Hip Conditioning Program Hip Implants Hip Resurfacing Minimally Invasive Total Hip Replacement Total Hip Replacement Direct Anterior Hip Replacement Hip Physicians

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Back

" Arthritis, Sports Injuries, Surgeries, and more... "

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Back

The back is a large, complex area of the body that contains muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and much more.  More importantly, the back serves as home to the spinal column and has the responsibility of protecting it.  Movement of the arms, hips, legs, and head can all be affected by an injury to the back.  Few areas of the body are as complex, but our therapists have long been well-versed in the intricacies of the back.  Though we don't normally see patients for back injuries (refer to a neurosurgeon specialist instead), our therapist are trained in innovate treatments that'll treat the whole body's motion and return you to top form! Patient Education & Treatments Low Back Pain Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis Back Pain in Children Osteoporosis and Spinal Fractures Herniated Disc Fractures in Thoracic or Lumber Spine Sciatica Perparing for Low Back Surgery Spine Conditioning  Return to Play Protocol Low Back Pain Exercise Guide Visit lubbocksportsrehab.com or click the logo below for more information about setting up an appointment today!           Back Therapists in Lubbock          Mark A. O'Keefe                      Mark Caffey                Kerry Wimberly                 Jon Murray        DPT, PT, MS, CAFS                            PT, CAFS                          LAT, ATC, FAFS                     LAT, ATC, FAFS

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Shoulder

" Arthritis, Sports Injuries, Surgeries, and more... "

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Shoulder

  The shoulder is another complex joint of the body.  It allows for a full range of motion including circular, anterior (pushing), posterior (pulling), and lateral movements. The large range of motion also increases its likelihood of suffering complications or injuries.  The deepest layer of the shoulder is the bone and joint, with the next layer comprising of ligaments and the outermost layer of muscles and tendons.  When you experience pain in the shoulder, it hinders your simple, daily activities and large portion of your active movements.  Our physicians and clinicians carry special knowledge about the shoulder and with that extensive experience, we will achieve the best result for each patient, including innovative and progressive procedures exclusively offered to you from Lubbock Sports Medicine. Patient Education Biceps Tendon Tear at the Shoulder Burners and Stingers Chronic Shoulder Instability Common Shoulder Injuries Frozen Shoulder Rotator Cuff Tears Shoulder Dislocation Shoulder Impingement/Rotator Cuff Tendinitis Shoulder Injuries in the Throwing Athlete Shoulder Joint Tear (Glenoid Labrum Tear) Shoulder Separation SLAP Tears Treatments & Surgeries Shoulder Arthroscopy Shoulder Surgery Shoulder Joint Replacement Rotator Cuff Tears: Surgical Treatment Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Conditioning Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement           Shoulder Physicians in Lubbock

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Neck

"   Arthritis, Sports Injuries, and more... "

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Neck

  The neck provides the bridge between head and body. Similar to the back, it is made up of multiple muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, and bones.  It houses the cervical spine and the vertebrae play a vital role in protecting the spine.  This complex region places the importance of proper understanding of function to help properly strengthen in order to prevent injury.  Though we don't normally see back or neck patients at Lubbock Sports Medicine, our team at  Lubbock Sports Rehab is ready to provide effective and innovative therapy for you.  At Lubbock Sports Rehab, the emphasis is placed on your body mechanics to treat the source of your pain.  Since the site of your pain is not always the source of your pain, it takes a thorough, in-depth approach to fully treat you and your body.  Come experience the difference at Lubbock Sports Rehab! Patient Education & Treatments  Neck Pain Neck Sprain Backpack Guidelines Cervical Radiculopathy Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy           Neck Therapists in Lubbock             Mark A. O'Keefe             Mark Caffey               Kerry Wimberly             Jon Murray        DPT, PT, MS, CAFS             PT, CAFS                  LAT, ATC, FAFS            LAT, ATC, FAFS      

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Head

"   Concussions, ImPACT Tests and more... "

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Head

Protecting your head has become of increasing importance in sports today. With our expertise and certified ImPACT clinicians, Lubbock Sports Medicine is the leading source for treatment of sports-related head injuries on the South Plains. Stan Kotara, PA, has been working with the ImPACT program with great success.   Patient Education Concussion ImPACT Helmet Safety Return To Play Treatments  Head Injury Treatment Concussion Treatment Helmet Information Getting back in the game   What is the ImPACT program?     ImPACT stands for Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing. It is the premier concussion management program in the country and Lubbock Sports Medicine is bring it to you. This computerized evaluation system provides our clinicians with neurocognitive assessment tools and services that will be integral in return to play decisions.  Have a look at the ImPACT Concussion Management Model for yourself and you’ll see why this is the leading concussion management program in the country! Important facts about the ImPACT Test:   The ImPact Test is The ImPact Test is Not   Stan Kotara talks with Karen McKay on "Healthwise" about Concussion Management ___________________________________________________________________________________________     Stan Kotara, PA-C   Credentialed ImPACT Consultant  Head & Concussion Physicians in Lubbock

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Lubbock Sports Medicine Physicians

Dr. Robert King

Dr. Robert Randolph King has been in the practice of medicine in Lubbock, Texas, since 1980.  He attended Coronado High School and Texas Tech University.  He graduated from the Unive...

Dr. David Shephard

Dr. Shephard is an orthopaedic surgeon committed to the reconstruction of arthritic joints. He is focused on the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and all other forms of joint dest...

Dr. Kevin Crawford

  As an orthopedic surgeon focused on minimally invasive surgical techniques, Dr. Kevin Crawford's expertise includes arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the shoulder, knee...

Dr. John Field Scovell III

Dr. Field Scovell is the newest member of Lubbock Sports Medicine. A 1992 graduate of Hillcrest High School in Dallas, Texas he attended Texas Tech University as a walk on football player earning a...

Dr. Stephen Cord

Dr. Stephen Cord has been a mainstay in Lubbock sports orthopedic surgery for more than twenty-four years serving as team physician for many high schools and colleges on the High Plains since ...

2 Locations 1 Mission

Our team at Lubbock Sports Medicine is here to provide excellent care for your initial injury.  
Follow up that great care by rehabing with our Lubbock Sports Rehab team. 

Lubbock Sports Medicine

4110 22nd Place
Lubbock, TX 79409
Phone: (806) 792-4329
Fax: (806) 792-2255
Monday-Friday: 8am - 5pm


Lubbock Sports Rehab

4601 S Loop 289 Suite 11
Lubbock, TX 79424
Phone: (806) 792-7200
Fax: (806) 792-7225
Monday-Thursday: 8am - 6pm
Friday: 8am - 12pm

 

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