Welcome to the Hall Health Sports Medicine Clinic at the University of Washington. Whether you are a recreational or competitive athlete who enjoys an active lifestyle, our team of physicians strive to efficiently and healthfully guide you in your return to full activity. Each of our board-certified primary care physicians posses a Certification of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine.
Our nationally recognized staff strive to offer you the same elite level of care they offer the athletes they care for as team physicians for University of Washington. Hall Health physicians also serve as community high school team physicians, U.S. Olympic team physicians, IMA team physicians, and serve as medical directors and staff at events like the Seattle Marathon and Seattle Breast Cancer 3-Day.
Some of our services include evaluation and treatment of:
Hall Health Sports Medicine physicians are on the leading edge of Sports Medicine. Hall Health recently aquired a musculoskeletal ultrasound machine. This enables the physicians to look at tendons, muscles, and ligaments to enhance diagnosis and treatment. The ultrasound can also be used to more accurately deliver certain types of treatment. As well as being a leading center in the Northwest for musculoskeletal ultrasound, Hall Health boasts national and regional experts in sudden cardiac arrest in athletes, emergency action planning, automated external defibrillators, tendinosis, concussion, and groin pain.
Our skilled staff is trained in the outpatient management of orthopedic and medical aspects of sports medicine, with an emphasis on preventive medicine. We work closely with our colleagues in orthopedic surgery, physical therapy, occupational therapy, rehabilitation medicine and nutrition to provide the best possible integrative musculoskeletal care.
To the left you will find various links that may help you learn more about us, including common questions, health information articles about various sports injuries, and more. We look forward to meeting you!
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