Sports Medicine

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High Performance Healing

If you want to get back in the game – or improve your performance, Virtua Sports Medicine has a full range of services from physicals to strengthening and conditioning programs to put you at the top of your game.

Our medical staff and certified trainers can help you prevent injuries and recover faster.


Location:

Sports Medicine - Marlton Medical Center
1001 Route 73

Marlton, NJ 08053


Virtua Sports Medicine Team

Virtua’s multi-disciplinary sports medicine team is experienced in helping you return to play as quickly as possible. All of our physicians are fellowship trained in sports medicine, so not only do they enjoy working with athletes, they truly are the experts.


Meet the Virtua Sports Medicine Team

Sports Injury Hotline

Virtua’s Sports Injury Hotline

Have you been injured? Call to talk to an athletic trainer, get quick access to the appropriate care and follow-up with a board-certified, fellowship-trained sports medicine specialist. 

1-844-678-7001 1-844-678-7001

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