Your body is your most important possession. And it deserves the best treatment.
At St Vincent’s SportsMed, we happen to think that your body is top priority. So when things break down, you owe it to yourself to get the very best advice and latest treatments available. St Vincent’s SportsMed is involved in the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of all musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Of course, not all injuries occur playing sport; many occurring in the workplace, some through overuse or trauma, and sometimes through simple accidents such as a fall. Our team, together with the vast resources available at the St Vincent’s medical campus, are the ultimate professionals to get you back in working order.
Services We Offer
- Sports Medicine
- Assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries
- Assessment and treatment of workplace injuries
- Compartment Pressure testing
- Assessment and management of all orthopaedic conditions
Procedures we perform
- Arthroscopic meniscal repair
- Arthroscopic ligament reconstruction: ACL, PCL, multiligament injury
- Knee ligament reconstruction with the LARS ligament
- Arthroscopic shoulder and elbow surgery including shoulder stabilization and rotator cuff repair
- Orthopaedic trauma
- Viscosupplementation of the knee joint
St Vincent’s SportsMed is located within St Vincent’s Clinic, giving access to support services close at hand within the clinic. These include:
- Interventional radiology
- Nuclear Medicine
- Medical specialists
- Surgical specialists
Should you require surgery or ongoing treatment, St Vincent’s SportsMed is part of the St Vincent’s Campus, which includes St Vincent’s Clinic, St Vincent’s Private Hospital and St Vincent’s General Hospital. For total peace of mind, a full complement of medical services is on site. Urgent medical attention is moments away and includes intensive care, cardiologists, anaesthetists and more.
It also means you’ve have the option of an overnight stay after surgery. So if you haven’t fully recovered from the anaesthetic after surgery, or have more pain than expected, you may choose to stay the night.