|4901 Lac de Ville Blvd., Building D|
University Sports Medicine, part of the University of Rochester Medical Center (abbreviated URMC), offers the latest in medical and surgical care to prevent, evaluate, treat, and rehabilitate injuries for both recreational and competitive athletes of all ages. Even people with active jobs sometimes suffer the same injuries and need the same care we offer.
The University Sports Medicine Difference
The only medical practice in the Rochester, NY nine-county region dedicated to sports medicine.
Fellowship-trained sports medicine primary care physicians and orthopaedic surgeons.
Physician assistants, physical therapists, and athletic trainers with completed extensive training in the management of the full array of orthopaedic conditions.
All critical resources for treatment and aftercare of sports injuries are available at their primary location at Clinton Crossings in Brighton. They also have a satellite in Canal Park complex in Greece.
They are the sports medicine provider for athletes for many of the area high schools, and the official team doctors for athletes from local colleges and professional teams.
Their state-of-the-art sports rehabilitation center features an indoor track, weight machines, free weights, and a special area to work on golf, baseball, tennis, and basketball skills.
They offer special services that allow you to contact their physicians any day, any hour to consult on the best course of urgent care and treatment. During normal office hours, same-day appointments can be arranged.
Treatment schedules are designed to accommodate in-season competitive athletes on an urgent basis. So, they can provide the most prompt and effective care, develop a treatment plan, and accelerate return-to-play.
Main Medical Office
Clinton Crossings (Brighton)
Satellite Medical Office
Canal Park (Greece)
Golisano Children's Hospital at Strong
Lattimore Community Surgicenter
Linden Oaks Surgery Center
Strong Memorial Hospital
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