Reviews for Pittsburgh Sports Medicine Doctors

Rated Review by Helen Mia C.
"I have to say that I got to the Chicago Marathon due to Dr.
. I am extremely grateful. He was able to see why I was starting to feel knee pains when running. Turns out that it was due to my weak glut minimunus from compensation from a sprained ankle five years ago. He gave me excercises, looked to see where I was weak and what needed to be strengthened, did some muscular theraphy (deep-tissue massage like at the joints), adjustments, and kinesiotaping according to the fascial lines rather than the original kinesiotaping methods. He was relatively cheap and a session lasted about an hour to an hour and a half. Definitely glad I went. I recommend all of my clients and friends to him."

Rated Review by BENONI O.
came in with a med. student--he is a senior doctor at the teaching hospital. He was very personable and asked about the soccer injury, explaining that he plays soccer as well. He included the med. student in the discussion in an appropriate way. He then explained that the blood from the bruise had settled in the ankle but that the injury was not serious and I could still play in my game that week. Very smart guy with a great "bedside manner.""

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All Sports Medicine Doctors in Pittsburgh, PA

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James Bradley MD,MS

200 Delafield Rd
Pittsburgh, PA

James Masterson DO

530 South St
Greensburg, PA

Jeanne Doperak DO

600 Oxford Dr
Monroeville, PA

Jefferson Regional Medical Center

565 Coal Valley Rd
Clairton, PA

Jeffrey Kann MD

5900 Corporate Dr
Pittsburgh, PA

Jeffrey Matheny MD

1200 Brooks Ln
Clairton, PA

Jewell, Dr. Brian F.

4955 Steubenville Pike
Pittsburgh, PA

John Lehman MD

1030 Beaner Hollow Rd
Beaver, PA

John Perri MD

University Dr
Pittsburgh, PA

John Pierce

University Dr
Pittsburgh, PA

Jon Tucker MD

1082 Bower Hill Rd
Pittsburgh, PA

Jordan, Dr. Susan

3200 S Water St
Pittsburgh, PA

Jory Richman MD

969 Greentree Rd
Pittsburgh, PA

Joseph Pullekines MD

301 1st St
Butler, PA

Kappakas, Dr. George S

1321 5th Ave
Mckeesport, PA

Kaye, Dr. Andrew S

1030 Beaner Hollow Rd
Beaver, PA

Keystone Rehabilitation Systems

1025 Washington Pike
Bridgeville, PA

Krista Campbell DPT

2000 Cliffmine Rd
Pittsburgh, PA

Lawrenceville Family Health Center

3937 Butler St
Pittsburgh, PA

LeGault Chiropractic

3380 Babcock Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA

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