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Sports Medicine Used By the Pros

As the official medical team of Orlando City Soccer Club, we offer you the same quality of care as the pros. So whether you're a weekend warrior or superstar in training, let the experts at Orlando Health help you stay in the best shape possible. After all, everyone deserves VIP treatment, and that includes you.

Something Every Weekend Warrior Should Know

Trainer and man

Did you know that many injuries, if treated early, can be healed without surgery? Learn about the most common types of sports injuries and how they occur in our free downloadable guide. Find out what kinds of injuries you may be able to avoid, and when to seek help to get back to feeling your best. Get our free guide to preventing sports injuries.

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Saturday Morning Sports Injury Clinic

If you sustain an acute sports injury Friday afternoon or evening, visit Orlando Health Orthopedics and Sports Medicine’s Saturday morning clinic. Evaluation of the following types of injuries: Concussion, Sprains, Strains, Stress Fractures, Tendonitis, Other sports-related injuries.

 August 24 through November 16, 2019

Time: Arrive at 9:00 am

What to bring: If under the age of 18, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, Photo ID, Insurance card.


For more information or to schedule an appointment Monday – Friday, contact (321) 843-4800. 


*Appointments are not taken for Saturday hours; walk-ins only.

“The sports medical team at Orlando Health is a fantastic resource for us and something that we really trust and use as often as we can. For us, a quick turnaround is important – you want to get your body right and get back on the field as soon as you can.”

Dom Dwyer & Sydney Leroux

Orlando City & Orlando Pride

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“I went to the only place in Central Florida that could do the kind of hamstring repair I needed. I received top-notch, world-class care — from my surgery to my recovery.”

Chris Pierce

Sports Medicine Patient

Chris Pierce
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