Athlete and Parent's Online Guide to Sports Medicine

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At Kansas Joint & Spine Specialists, our sports medicine doctor is a dedicated expert who is committed to providing experienced and compassionate orthopaedic care to active people of any age and skill. From the devoted athlete to the weekend warrior, our goal is the same—to help each individual stay in the game and perform at the highest level possible.

It is for this reason we have developed the Athlete and Parent’s Online Guide to Sports Medicine. Here, we have an online guide to help athletes and parents learn about sports injury treatments, injury prevention tips, recommendations for improving athletic performance, and new procedures and programs offered at Kansas Joint & Spine Specialists.

Working with athletes and their sports-related injuries and conditions, our sports medicine expert integrates all aspects of specialized care through his knowledge, experience, and expertise at Kansas Joint & Spine Specialists.

Our specialty-trained sports medicine doctor is a compassionate expert who has dedicated his practice to providing excellence in individualized orthopaedic care to help you get back to doing what you love quickly and safely. Our sports medicine team includes fellowship-trained sports medicine surgeon Dr. Bradley Bruner.

With his commitment to continued education through attending courses, lecturing, writing, and actively learning the newest procedures and techniques, our specialist is one of the most highly skilled sports medicine experts in the area.

Additionally, our sports medicine surgeon is an expert in treating sports-related injuries and conditions with the latest and most advanced surgical treatment options. He specializes in a wide variety of procedures and techniques, and he is committed to providing exceptional sports medicine care focused on each patient.

Contact Us Today

The sports medicine doctor at Kansas Joint & Spine Specialists offers our patients access to consultations Monday through Friday. Prior to your consultation, new patients will be asked to complete forms, which include medical history as well as demographic and insurance information. This information, along with any current diagnostic imaging (X-ray, CT, MRI), will be utilized by your doctor to determine a diagnosis as well as develop a personalized treatment plan.

Call (316) 219-8299 or request an appointment online with our sports medicine expert.