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Sports Medicine Program

sports.pngInnovative surgical options for sports-related injuries

Whether you exercise for health and recreation or you’re a professional athlete, GPSC treats your sports-related injuries with the same high level of care, compassion and surgical expertise. We want you to recover your full motion, mobility and strength as safely and quickly as possible so you can get back to the sports you love.

At GPSC, our sports medicine physicians work with athletes of all ages. After careful assessment, your doctor will determine the most appropriate and proven treatment for your injury, based on your age and the condition of your health.

When possible, we use arthroscopy. This type of surgery is preferred for many sports surgeries because it is performed through much smaller incisions than those used with traditional surgical approaches. When your surgery is performed using one of our leading-edge techniques, you can generally expect a faster recovery, less postoperative pain and a smaller scar.

Pre-arranged post operative care

The day before your scheduled appointment, we will confirm that everything you're going to need during and after your procedure is in place. If needed, we will coordinate with your surgeon's office and physical therapist so you don't have to worry about anything but arriving on time and recovering.

Rehabilitation is an important part of the process, so in addition to surgery, your surgeon will work with you to develop a physical therapy program for long lasting results.

Advanced procedures for active adults, teens and children

  • Hip and knee arthroscopy for ligament and meniscus tears
  • Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair
  • Bicep tendon repair
  • Osteochondral autograft transfer system (OATS) for cartilage restoration—using cartilage plugs from non-weight bearing areas of the joint to repair damaged area
  • Endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery
  • Hand and arm surgery

Common conditions we treat

  • Meniscus tear
  • ACL and PCL tears
  • Kneecap pain
  • Carpel tunnel syndrome
  • Rotator cuff tear
  • Hand injuries
  • Distal radius fracture

If you have severe pain in your knee or hip joints that can’t be repaired or reconstructed, learn about whether our GPSC Total Joint Replacement Program may be right for you.

If you have any questions about our Sports Medicine procedures, please call us at 541-472-4880.


Robert Bents, MD

Matthew Nugent, MD

Bruce Perry, MD

James Van Horne, MD

Kiley Ziegler, MD