Expert orthopedic care
As the official team doctors for the Clemson Tigers and Carolina Gamecocks, we can give you and your family the same care we provide to top athletes.
Personalized, coordinated care
- Evaluation, treatment and prevention of sports-related or other injuries.
- Minimally invasive surgery for spine, shoulders, elbows, hands, hips, knees, ankles.
- Medical wellness services, physical therapy and rehabilitation.
- Sports performance training led by former athletes to help you reach the top of your game.
Our specialtiesWe provide a full range of orthopedic services to help you at every stage of life.
Convenient hours and walk-in care
Extended hours and weekend appointments with our sports medicine specialists are available at some locations. For urgent care of sports injuries or joint pain, walk into one of our full-service sports medicine clinics.
Athletics and rehabilitation
At Prisma Health, our team of athletic trainers collaborates with physicians in the prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries.
As the official team doctors for the Clemson Tigers, UofSC Gamecocks and many other local teams, we can give you and your family the same sports medicine excellence we provide top athletes.
Our specialized team offers a full spectrum of physical and occupational therapy and treatment options for orthopedic injuries and conditions.
Assess my hip and knee health
Hip and knee pain can make daily life difficult. Find out how much your quality of life is affected by joint pain by taking a free health assessment.
Assess my neck and back health
Neck and back pain can interfere with everything – driving, sleeping, sitting or walking. Find out how spine pain is affecting your daily life and what you should do next.
Our continuum of care
We offer a full range of innovative services that help you get back to the activities you enjoy.
Find a location
Prisma Health Orthopedics provides a full range of orthopedic services across the Midlands and Upstate regions of South Carolina.
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