In one convenient location in Scarsdale, New York, you can access the care you need from experts in sports medicine, orthopedic surgery, physical therapy, and rehabilitation medicine, as well as sports performance training. You will find professionals who share your passion and work with you to get you back to the activities you love and the sports you enjoy.
The NewYork-Presbyterian Sports Performance brings together treatment and training services for athletes of various skill levels, regardless of age. Whether you're an elite professional, collegiate or high school athlete, a dedicated amateur, or a weekend warrior, the goal is to relieve your pain, stabilize and repair your injury, accelerate your recovery, and enhance your performance using the latest technologies and proven techniques.
The NewYork-Presbyterian Sports Performance brings together a multidisciplinary team of specialists from Columbia University Irving Medical Center, including:
- orthopedic surgeons
- sports medicine physicians
- rehabilitation and pain management physicians
- physical therapists
These professionals collaborate to provide you with personalized treatment, backed by the latest scientific research, utilizing state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Also available is a team of performance coaches and trainers from EXOS, a national leader in sports performance.
Serving Elite Athletes
Columbia providers serve as team physicians for the New York Yankees, New York City Football Club, Columbia University, Fordham University, Rockland Boulders, USA Hockey, and US Ski & Snowboard. At the NewYork-Presbyterian Sports Performance the clinical team provides elite-level care to athletes at your skill level.
Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery
If you need surgery to repair an injury or address a chronic condition, the NewYork-Presbyterian Sports Performance is just minutes away from NewYork-Presbyterian Westchester (Formerly Lawrence Hospital) in Bronxville, where the Columbia orthopedic surgical team uses state-of-the-art surgical facilities and advanced technology to perform minimally invasive surgical procedures designed to restore your comfort and function.
Sports Medicine Primary Care and Rehabilitation
Specializing in Primary Care Sports Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the team of Columbia sports medicine and rehabilitation physicians at the NewYork-Presbyterian Sports Performance are trained in the diagnosis and management of sports injuries and movement imbalances. They provide nonsurgical treatments to relieve discomfort, restore function, and optimize sports performance. These physicians help their patients to prevent injury and offer rehabilitation guidance, in-office diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound, ultrasound-guided injections, "orthobiologic" treatment options to promote natural tissue healing, osteopathic manipulation, and post concussion care designed to get you back to your favorite activities—safely and more efficiently.
Sports Performance Training
Whether you are recovering from an injury, or looking to improve speed, agility, and performance – coaches and trainers at the NewYork-Presbyterian Sports Performance offer customized training that not only assists in promoting healing, but also helps you achieve your highest attainable level of sports performance. Sports performance training services are powered by EXOS, a national leader in proactive wellness and performance. High-intensity group classes, and semi-private sessions help athletes up their game, enhance their athletic level, and prevent future injury.
The sports therapy team helps athletes regain their strength, flexibility, and range of motion to get back to sport quickly and safely – whether they are recovering from a surgical procedure, or have a condition that does not require medical intervention. Physical therapists at the NewYork-Presbyterian Sports Performance have specialized training in manual therapy, sports-specific techniques, experience working with athletes of various skill levels, and utilize advanced therapeutic technology to help patients on their path to recovery.