All athletes deserve the very best care and treatment that is individualised for them according to their needs and of the highest quality. The specialists treat athletes of all sports, ages and skill levels with the highest quality and care.

With his experience as a Sports Physician, Dr Tabane specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of sports-related injuries and illnesses to enhance the athletic performance of both athletes and the physically active.

If an athlete or a child sustains an injury during an exercise, sports participation or any type of physical activity, it is advised that they see a sports medicine doctor for treatment. Sports medicine doctors have trained to restore function to an injured patient and are also knowledgeable about preventing illness and injury in active people.

To meet your individual needs, there are highly trained and experienced specialists that work with Dr Tabane. These include:

  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, work is responsible for developing injury rehabilitation plans, create performance enhancement programs and also treat nonsurgical musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Sports medicine primary care physicians who will provide comprehensive medical evaluations, sorts physicals and treatment for nonsurgical injuries.
  • Sports physical therapists who collaborate with orthopaedic surgeons, alongside physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist draw up rehabilitation and performance improvement programs.

Conditions treated:

Sports Medicine specialist are trained to treat a variety of conditions for athletes and active people, such as:

  • Ankle and foot pain, including sprains
  • Concussion
  • Elbow pain
  • Knee and hip pains, including ligament tears and arthritis
  • Shoulder and neck pain, including frozen shoulder and rotator cuff tears
  • Knee injuries
  • Repetitive strain injury
  • Achilles tendon rupture
  • Hand and wrist pains or injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome and mallet finger
  • Upper and lower leg injuries, including fractures and joint dislocations
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