At Chicagoland Complete Healthcare, we are proud to be a different kind of healthcare provider. Not only do we have a primary care physician, but we also have a sports medicine physician. Our sports medicine services are focused on helping you achieve and maintain a lifestyle that is both active and healthy. We have what it takes to treat a variety of conditions, from exercise induced asthma to tennis elbow to frozen shoulder. Our sports doctors can also assess and treat concussions, providing you with an individualized plan to get you back to work, play and life in general. Schedule your appointment with our sports medicine doctor online now.

  1. All About Trigger Point Injections

    When you’re an athlete, you’re looking for any advantage to either prevent an injury or recover from one more quickly. There are many modalities athletes use, including chiropractic, acupuncture, and massage therapy — trigger point therapy being one treatment that is often underrepresented but very advantageous. Trigger point therapy is just one of the sports medicine services we offer at Ch…Read More

  2. Benefits of Seeing a Sports Physician

    Are you an athlete looking to stay in peak condition? Maybe you’re just passionate about exercising and staying fit? Either way, you can benefit from seeing a sports physician. Every sport and physical activity — from golf to football, running to weightlifting — puts your body through a great deal of wear and tear. By working with a sports physician, you can learn how to take care of your bo…Read More

  3. When to See a Sports Physician

    No matter what your level of physical activity is, there might come a time when you are injured while working out or playing sports. Everyone from professional athletes to weekend softball players run into pain that a sports physician can diagnose, treat, and help prevent future issues. However, not every situation will require a visit to a sports physician. With that being said, we wanted to put …Read More

  4. 7 Common Sports Injuries and How to Prevent Them

    Sports injuries aren’t just something that you see pop up on SportsCenter that ruin your fantasy team; many people play sports recreationally on their weekends. Trained athletes and regular Joes and Jills alike can all get hurt playing sports. What are the most common injuries we see? Sprained ankle Pulled Groin Strained hamstring Shin splints Torn ACL Patellofemoral Syndrome (damage to cartilag…Read More

  5. Your Guide to Sports Medicine

    When most people think of sports medicine, they automatically think of professional athletes or people who spend most of their waking hours at the gym working to chisel their physique. However, you don't have to be a pro or a bodybuilder to see a sports medicine doctor. The fact of the matter is that many people could benefit from sports medicine in Chicago, but not many people understand what it …Read More