Meet our Sports Medicine Center Team
Our entire team of fellowship-trained physicians and surgeons combines their knowledge, experience, and expertise to treat your sports injury and to return you to the activity you love. Whether you need a conservative, non-surgical treatment, or a minimally-invasive surgery, you are in excellent hands at Olympia Orthopaedic Associates because our sports medicine doctors are fellowship-trained and have advanced knowledge and skills to treat your injury or condition individually to meet your needs.
Our Non-Surgical Sports Medicine Physicians
Our two core team members, Dominic Femiano, M.D., and Tracy Hamblin, M.D., are fellowship-trained family and sports medicine doctors who specialize in delivering non-surgical treatment of sports-related injuries to the musculoskeletal system.
From our Westside Clinic, Dr. Femiano and Dr. Hamblin successfully treat sports-related problems ranging from tendonitis to ligament sprains and cartilage tears to fractures. Examples of non-surgical sports medicine services they offer include:
- Casting and brace fitting
- Concussion management
- Corticosteroid injections (using fluoroscopic and ultrasound)
- Diagnostic imaging (X-rays, MRIs, CTs)
- Hyaluronic acid injections
- Manual therapy
- Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy
- Sports physicals
- Tenex Health TX®
- Ultrasound diagnostic exams
Our Sports Medicine Center Surgeons
If your sports injury or condition requires surgical intervention, our fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeons, Bradley C. Christ, M.D., Richard J. Lamour, M.D., and R. Trent McKay, M.D., can provide you with the best treatment options to meet your individual needs.
As a fellowship-trained sports medicine surgeon, Dr. McKay is also board-certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and specializes in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and knee. Dr. Christ is also fellowship-trained in sports medicine and specializes in arthroscopic surgery as well as the treatment and care of traumatic injuries. In addition, dual-fellowship-trained ankle, foot, and sports medicine surgeon Dr. Lamour has extensive training and experience treating athletes using the latest methods.
Additionally, Zachary Abbott, D.O., L. Anthony Agtarap, M.D., Thomas Helpenstell, M.D., William Peterson, M.D., Stephen Snow, M.D., P. Brodie Wood, M.D., and Jerome Zechmann, M.D., provide additional support for sports-related injuries and conditions.
To consult with our orthopaedic doctors specializing in orthopaedic surgery at Olympia Orthopaedic Associates, you may request an appointment online or call (360) 709-6230 or visit one of our Rapid Orthopaedic Care walk-in clinics.
Why choose the Sports Medicine Center at Olympia Orthopaedic Associates?
Choosing the right doctor is important, and there are many different factors you should consider, including their level of professional training and expertise.
At Olympia Orthopaedic Associates, our sports medicine doctors have had additional training in a specific area of the body or medical specialty. This additional training is referred to as fellowship training. Following their medical residencies, our providers have undergone fellowship training focusing their education specifically on the advanced knowledge and skills needed to treat specific areas of the body or injuries and conditions relating to a specific medical specialty, such as sports medicine. At Olympia Orthopaedic Associates, you are in excellent hands because our sports medicine doctors are fellowship- trained and have this advanced knowledge and skills to treat your injury or condition individually to meet your needs.
To consult with our Olympia Orthopaedic Associates specialists about your treatment options, please request an appointment online or call (360) 709-6230. At our Sports Medicine Center, we offer consultations with a sports medicine doctor Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Prior to your visit, we will ask you to fill out a form to help us better understand your condition and pain, as well as ask for other information, such as your insurance provider. This information, along with any current diagnostic imaging (X-ray, CT, MRI) you may have from a previous doctor’s visit, will be examined by your doctor to help diagnose and develop a treatment plan for you.
You can learn more about the conditions we treat through our patient education resources or our Online Guide to Sports Medicine that references specific topics relating to nutrition and fitness for athletes of all ages including high school, collegiate, weekend warrior, and professional athlete.