Our practice is rooted firmly on the principle that Sports Medicine is a board-certified physician subspecialty where proper evaluation and diagnosis can occur, and not simply physical therapy redefined. We believe that Sports Medicine is best practiced in an environment that is totally dedicated to sports medicine, and not simply blended into a primary care practice as a side interest. This prevents distraction from our core center of excellence, which is health care for athletes and active people. We block 40 minutes with all new patients to allow adequate time for patient interview and exam, and I believe we distinguish ourselves through personal attention. We also assess a patient's biomechanics in order to gain a better grasp of the underlying causes behind the problem that led the patient to present to our office. Our treatment plan always starts with the patient's goals in mind as the best possible outcome.Read more
Dr. Chad Carlson comes to Stadia Sports Medicine from Champaign, Illinois, where he worked for both Carle Clinic Association and...Read more
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Likelihood of recommending Dr. Carlson to family and friends is 5 out of 5