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TSAOG Opens Saturday Sports Injury Walk-In Clinic

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(San Antonio, Texas) August 22, 2011 — It’s Saturday morning and you are realizing that the spectacular; football … or soccer…or softball game your child played the night before has resulted in an injury of some kind that needs attention, NOW. The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group is stepping up to the plate, using the combined assets of its OrthoNow Clinic (on-site emergency orthopaedic walk-in clinic) its ;unequalled Sports Medicine Physicians and the Group’s commitment to preventing youth sports injuries is once again offering the community a Saturday Sports Injury Walk-In Clinic for injured athletes.

The clinic will be held at The Orthopaedic Institute located at 400 Concord Plaza Dr., Suite #300, and will be open every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. starting August 27 th and running through the end of football season.

Dr. Brad Tolin, sports medicine surgeon with The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group said, “Our goal is to keep kids active for life. That’s why we are offering a safety net to parents, coaches and athletic trainers who know that sports injuries don’t happen M-F, 9–5 p.m.”

At the Sports Injury Clinic, injured athletes from all over south Texas can show up and be seen by Orthopaedic Sports Medicine specialists. As a part of the 24-physician San Antonio Orthopaedic Group, we offer complete orthopaedic care including Hand, Foot & Ankle, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Spine specialists to treat the wide variety of sports injuries that can occur.

There is on-site x-ray, MRI and CT imaging with Physical Therapy available to expedite diagnosis and treatment of the injured athlete “to get back to the game.”

For more information on the clinic or The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group, call (210) 804-5424 or visit their website at www.tsaog.com.


NOTE: We cannot provide medical advice or diagnoses without seeing a patient in person.

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