Sports Medicine

COMG Division of Sports Medicine

COMG features fellowship-trained physicians specializing in sports medicine who provide comprehensive orthopedic care for sports related injuries for active people of all ages and occupations –from the dedicated athlete to the weekend warrior.

At COMG you will benefit from the expertise of our dedicated sports medicine physicians, all specialists in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries due to athletic activity.  Our goal is to help you regain an active lifestyle with the goal of safe return to sporting activities as quickly and safely as possible using state of the art care and proven techniques. COMG physicians also offer patients on-site prescription and non-prescription medical equipment such as wrist splints, knee braces, walker boots and exercise kits.

Our Sports Medicine doctors are also dedicated and active in the community serving as team physicians for local high schools and colleges including, Saddleback College, Capistrano Valley High School, Tesoro High School, Aliso Niguel High School, and Saddleback Valley Christian Schools.

Our team understands that surgical treatment is usually a last resort and most injuries can be managed without surgery.  We will educate you regarding your options for an appropriate course of care for your injury allowing you to make a choice right for you.  If surgical management is necessary, our sports medicine trained orthopedic surgeons use the least invasive arthroscopic techniques when possible..

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California Specialty Surgery Center

COMG surgeons perform procedures/surgeries at California Specialty Surgery Center (CSSC).

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The information on this site is solely for purposes of general patient education, and may not be relied upon as a substitute for professional medical care. Consult your own physician for evaluation and treatment of your specific condition.

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