Sports MedicineAs the Medical services provider for the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings, United Shore Professional Baseball League, area youth sports teams and local high schools, the Detroit Medical Center's (DMC) Sports Medicine Team is dedicated to getting you off the injured list and back in the game as quickly as possible.
Trust the Team the Pros Count OnOur team of experienced experts include orthopedic surgeons, non-operative sports medicine physicians, physical therapists and certified athletic trainers. From weekend warriors to professional athletes, we'll develop a treatment plan tailored to each patient's needs using the most advanced methods to evaluate and treat injuries. We specialize in treating all types of sports injuries including:
- ACL Injuries
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Patellofemoral syndrome
- Strains, Sprains and Fractures
- Tennis Elbow
- Groin Pull
- Shin Splints
- Overuse Injuries
DMC Sports Performance Powered by EXOSIn addition to the expert orthopedic and sports injury medical care we provide, DMC Sports Performance has partnered with EXOS, an elite human performance organization, to help athletes at any level and active adults, shore up their weaknesses, decrease injury risk, and build strength and power. From Olympic medalists to professional athletes, EXOS tools and techniques have helped athletes all over the world excel in their sport. Visit our newest training facility in Pontiac with our second site In Southfield to open soon.
24-Hour AccessWe offer convenient locations across southeast Michigan. Request an appointment today! If you need immediate access to a sports medicine physician, call our 24/7 Injury Hotline at 313-910-9328.
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