Thanks to joint aches and pains, many people find that everyday activities like gardening, biking, golfing, and even playing with kids or grandkids may bring more pain than pleasure. If you can relate, we may be able to help. Answer a few questions to see if you should speak with a provider about finding the right treatment to help put the go in your get-up-and-go again.
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Harris Regional Hospital provides comprehensive services for diagnosing and treating a variety of injuries, and restorative procedures, focusing on care for the systems of bones, cartilage, joints, ligaments, tendons, and other connective tissue. Orthopaedic services include general orthopaedics, joint replacement surgery, hand and upper extremity, and sports medicine.
Whether your visit is an emergency or scheduled, for post-operative rehabilitation or complex reconstructive surgery our team of board-certified orthopaedic surgeons, mid-level practitioners, imaging technologists, specially-trained nurses, physical and occupational therapists, and certified athletic trainers offer comprehensive care in musculoskeletal health including joint replacement, sports medicine, traumatic injury treatment, and much more.
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The best way to take care of a sports-related injury is to prevent it from happening it in the first place. Certified Athletic Trainers work closely with athletes during training, practices, and competitions to help prevent injuries. When an injury does occur our trainers are the first to help address the injury and evaluate what further medical attention is needed. Our trainers work with the other members of the Sports Medicine team to expedite referrals and speed up the recovery process.
Every sports injury is different therefore the treatment for these injuries should be tailored to the athlete. In the event of an injury, our physical therapists and physical therapist assistants have years of experience working with active individuals like you. They focus on helping you feel better so you can get back to doing what you love.
Harris Regional Sports Medicine program is the exclusive healthcare provider for Catamount Athletics at Western Carolina University, covering all sports, athletes, and seasons. The Ascent Partnership is the formal collaboration between Western Carolina University, Harris Regional Hospital and Swain Community Hospital focused on ensuring access to quality health care in North Carolina's westernmost counties. Partnership initiatives include training the next generation of health care workers and supporting educational and outreach activities that benefit the health of those living in the region.
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