The Center for Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics has provided athletic health care to Southeastern Tennessee and North Georgia communities since 1985. This community outreach program supplies certified athletic trainers to schools to provide preventive and emergent care and treatment under the supervision of the Center’s team physicians.
The athletic health care training staff regularly provides consultant services and medical coverage for southeastern Tennessee and North Georgia sporting events. To obtain more information on these services, contact Connie Roberts at (423) 624-2696.
Athletic Training Care
CSMO’s athletic training staff assists secondary school athletes at Bradley Central High School, Boyd Buchanan School, Girls Preparatory School, Gordon Lee High School, Heritage High School, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School, Notre Dame High School, Silverdale Baptist Academy, Walker Valley High School and Ocoee Middle School.
The Center’s physicians also oversee athletic training care for the Chattanooga Lookouts, Chattanooga Football Club and Red Wolves Academies.
Saturday Sports Clinic
Every Saturday since the Fall of 1985, the Center for Sports Medicine has volunteered at the Saturday Morning Sports Clinic to evaluate recent sports related injuries. During this fall clinic, immediate treatment is initiated, and follow-up care recommendations are made with the goal of returning athletes to participation as quickly and safely as possible.
Pro & College Teams
The Center for Sports Medicine physicians and certified athletic trainers play supportive roles for the Chattanooga Lookouts Professional Baseball team and the Chattanooga Football Club and Red Wolves’ First Teams. The Center’s Sports Medicine team serves as Clinical Instructors for student athletic trainers attending Lee University and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.