Sports Medicine

The art of recovery from injury while maintaining a high level of activity.

Sports Medicine

What is Sports Medicine?

Sports medicine is the art of getting people better in the process of staying active. Dr. Hecker believes his job is not to stop you from participating in your activities but to stabilize and control what is injured. Once stabilized, the use of advanced therapies are used to accelerate and maximize your recovery.

We Help Sports Injuries Heal Faster

The sports medicine processes and treatments offered at Hecker Sports Medicine™ are done with the goal to improve on your condition, reduce pain, and help your tissue recover the way it’s naturally intended. Our sports medicine services are meant to help you deal with pain and avoid further complications. Set up a consultation today and benefit from Dr. Hecker’s advanced therapy treatments!

Our Goal is to Help You:

  • Remain Active
  • Alleviate Foot & Ankle Pain
  • Accelerate Recovery From Injury
  • Avoid The Need For Invasive And Expensive Surgery

Having Foot & Ankle Pain? Our Sports Medicine Advanced Therapies Can Help!

At Hecker Sports Medicine™, we strive to provide amazing care for your foot and ankle pain without preventing you from performing your sport activities for too long. Dr. Hecker offers expert sports medicine care for all ages, abilities, and incomes while providing the right education to his patients to avoid future problems and ensure healthier feet and ankles.

Reasons To See Dr. Hecker and His Specialized Sports Medicine Practice:

  • Ankle Sprain
  • Fracture
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Cartilage or Ligament Injury
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Nerve Injury
  • Other Foot & Ankle Related Injuries

Benefits Of Advanced Sports Medicine Therapies

One of the greatest advantages of our advanced therapy treatments is that it helps your body recover the right way and helps prevent scar tissue formation — often the cause for other problems after fully healing an injury.

Like we mentioned previously, sports medicine advanced therapies are not only helpful when dealing with pain, post-surgery rehabilitation, or any post-complication assistance, you are also able to reap the benefits of these treatments as a preventive measure or to help athletes maintain healthy joints and tissues to avoid the unnecessary inconveniences that would sideline an athlete for too long. Contact our staff if you are interested in any of our advanced sports medicine therapies.

Foot & Ankle Rehabilitation

If you are dealing with the tedious and slow process of rehabilitation for a chronic or recent foot or ankle injury, you can see an improvement on your recovery period with the advanced sports medicine therapies. Our therapies can encourage more complete restoration of joints, tendons and ligaments by stimulating your body to recover the right way.

Bone Fractures

Bone fractures or stress fractures are common sports medicine injuries. With the use of stabilization and advanced sports medicine therapies and medical food we can accelerate bone healing and in most cases maintain activity levels.

Injury Assessment

If you have recently suffered a foot or ankle injury and you are considering surgery, visit Hecker Sports Medicine™ first. We will perform an assessment and many times we can provide an alternative to surgery to avoid the need for any invasive procedure.

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Conditions

What we work with:

Neuropathy

Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy, abnormal nerve function.

Morton's Neuromas/Nerve Compression

Morton's Neuromas/Nerve Compression

Morton's neuromas cause pain, tingling, or numbness between the toes and in the ball of the foot.

Bunions

Bunions

Bunions, often painful bony bumps, form at the base of the big toe.