Here at Gotham, we treat athletes of all ages, from Pop Warner and Little League to professional and veteran players. Our physicians have served as members of the medical staff on professional teams such as the Baltimore Ravens, San Antonio Spurs, San Francisco Giants and several other professional and college teams.
Our expert physicians will help explain your diagnosis and review treatment options before selecting the path which is best for you. Many Sports Medicine injuries can be treated conservatively, while some require surgery. Below you will find some of the procedures our Sports Medicine Specialists commonly perform.
When one tears his or her ACL, simple functions like walking, running or jumping are made uncomfortable or even impossible. With an estimated 200,000 ACL incidents and about 100,000 ACL reconstruction procedures performed annually, it is a fairly common condition that is especially prevalent in physically demanding sports such as football, basketball and other similar activities. Simple actions such as slowing down when running, stopping suddenly, changing directions, landing incorrectly from jumping, collision and other similar maneuvers can create a tear in the ACL.Learn more
Knee arthroscopy is the most commonly performed Orthopedic procedure. It is minimally invasive, which can address such issues as meniscus tears, ACL/PCL tears, loose bodies, and degenerative disease.Learn more
Rotator Cuff Repair
The rotator cuff is a group of tendons and muscles that create a “cuff” over the shoulder that holds the arm in its joint and assists the shoulder to move. These tendons can tear from overuse or injury. When a tendon gets partially or fully removed from the bone it’s attached to, rotator cuff repair may be necessary.Learn more
Arthroscopy is a word that means to view (-scopy) a joint (arthro-). Simply put, shoulder arthroscopy is a procedure that allows specialists to view the inside of your shoulder using small buttonhole-sized incisions and tiny HD cameras.Learn more