The Sports Institute

At The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group, we provide care for recreational, competitive, and professional athletes. Our physicians bring their expertise to the community and actively serve as team physicians for the San Antonio Scorpions as well as many local high school and college teams.

The specialists of The Sports Institute are trained in the comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation of sports-related injuries. Returning athletes at any level to the activities they love safely and efficiently is one more way TSAOG makes your health our mission

San Antonio Sports Medicine Specialists:


At The Sports Institute of The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group, our sports medicine physicians are board-certified orthopedic surgeons who have completed additional specialty training in the comprehensive medical and surgical care of sports-related injuries and conditions. 

We believe that you shouldn't have to be a professional athlete to be treated like one. No matter your sport, no matter your skill level, if you've pushed your body past its limit and need a little help getting back in the game, make the athlete's choice. Choose The Sports Institute at The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group.

With a walk-in injury clinic, 7 clinic locations around San Antonio, an outpatient surgery center, and onsite physical therapy and hand therapy, we'll take care of you from the moment of injury until you're back in the game.

 
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Tune in LIVE every Tuesday during football season from 4-7pm to hear the specialists of The Sports Institute on the Injury Update with Dat Nguyen and Jason Minnix.

Listen to previous Injury Updates on our YouTube Channel.

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Learn more about common sports-related injuries and your treatment options with the Sports Medicine Media Guide from The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM).