From weekend warriors to pros, Twin Cities Orthopedics treats athletes and gets them back in the game as quickly and safely as possible. Our specialists have extensive experience in working with athletes, and many of them serve as physicians for local Twin Cities high schools, colleges and professional teams.
TCO sports medicine physicians are proud to work with athletes at every level of competition. It doesn’t matter if you’re a gold medalist or a middle school goalie, our promise to you is the same. We will utilize all of our resources – decades of experience, incredible facilities, years of research data, and specialized training – to make you a better, safer, and more complete athlete. Learn more.
TCO Physical Therapists are part of a multidisciplinary team including athletic trainers, psychologists and coaches. Together, they provide comprehensive therapy assessments and plans, including vestibular rehab, vision training, cervical rehab and exertional therapy/graded experience. Learn more.
TCO Athletic Trainers are multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, injury evaluation, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. Our Athletic Trainers work directly with athletes in the youth, high school, and collegiate setting providing care in at the school as well as working hand-in-hand with our Sports Medicine Physicians in the clinic.
We thought we understood concussions. They seem pretty common in athletes—almost a rite of passage. You get hit in the head, have a headache for a few days, rest, and resume play. No big deal.…– Abby M., patient
I suffered my third and likely worst concussion during the 2016 High School football season. My symptoms simply would not go away. I would have good days and then very, very bad days. My Baseline…– Will B., patient
To Whom It May Concern: I would like to take this opportunity to commend the staff at Twin Cities Orthopedics. On May 22, 2020, I tore a hamstring tendon while on a run. This injury…– David E., patient
I was a senior at Lake Superior State University playing division 1 college hockey for the school when, during a hockey game, I tore my ACL. The injury ended my season right away, being already…– Collin S., patient