Get back in the game
As the official team doctors for the Clemson Tigers, UofSC Gamecocks and many other local teams, we can give you and your family the same sports medicine excellence we provide top athletes.
Advanced, comprehensive services
We provide care for every level of activity, from high-performance athletes to recreational sports for people of all ages. Our experienced team of specialists, surgeons, therapists and athletic trainers work together to get you back to feeling good, meeting your goals and doing what you love. Our procedures and treatments include:
- Evaluation, treatment and prevention of sports injuries, including anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction, rotator cuff repair and Tommy John UCL reconstruction surgery
- Minimally invasive surgery for shoulders, elbows, hands, hips, knees, ankles.
- Physical therapy and rehabilitation.
- Performance-boosting training centers, including treadmill pools, biomechanics equipment and motion analysis.
- Pediatric sports medicine expertise.
Official team doctors
Prisma Health serves as the official team physicians for the UofSC Gamecocks and Clemson Athletics.
We're proud to partner with the Clemson University and University of South Carolina athletics programs.
Prisma Health providers are on the sidelines every day taking care of our players, and providing the same exceptional care for everyone across the Midlands and Upstate.
Discover how we’re different
Team doctors for local college, high school and recreational teams.
Most preferred in the region
Highest volume of orthopedic procedures and rated 9 out 10 in patient satisfaction.
As an academic teaching healthcare organization, our doctors have the latest knowledge and technology to care for you.
Advanced performance centers
Sports performance and other results-focused facilities.
Innovative treatments for all ages
Our Sports Medicine physicians perform the following:
- Arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction, rotator cuff repair, Tommy John ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) reconstruction surgery.
- Cartilage reconstructive/repair techniques.
- Elbow, hip, knee and shoulder arthroscopy.
- Meniscus repair and transplantation.
- Shoulder stabilization.
- Non-operative management of sports injuries, including concussions.
- Platelet-rich plasma, stem cell, ultrasound-guided injections.
Convenient hours and walk-in care
Extended hours and weekend appointments with our sports medicine specialists are available at some locations. For urgent care of sports injuries or joint pain, walk into one of our full-service sports medicine clinics.
Apex Athletic Performance
Led by Prisma Health Orthopedics physicians, personal trainers, physical therapists, certified strength and conditioning coaches, nutritionists and researchers, our athletic training and sports performance programs help prepare athletes physically and mentally for intense competition.
Women's sports medicine
The Women’s Sports Medicine and Musculoskeletal Health program is a collaborative group of providers from multiple disciplines in the Upstate region of South Carolina who support and meet the musculoskeletal needs of active and athletic women of all ages and all levels of performance.
Our athletic trainers can be found in middle and high schools across the Midlands and Upstate in addition to local and regional colleges. We are responsible for approximately 38,000 high school student athletes and provide services to eight NCAA Division I, Division II, and NAIA institutions.
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