Owsley Brown Frazier Sports Medicine

Owsley Brown Frazier Sports Medicine

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Our physicians are at the forefront of the latest healthcare trends, practice evidence-based medicine, and focus on patient-centered care delivered through collaboration with providers in various subspecialties such as allergy, podiatry, sports and physical medicine and rehab. At all our University of Louisville Physicians Family and Geriatric Medicine offices, patients have access to a multidisciplinary care team including their physician or nurse practitioner, a social worker, mental behavioral health specialist, chronic care coordinator, nutritionist and certified diabetic educator. We emphasize quality health outcomes and customer service, and welcome new patients to join our growing practice.

University of Louisville Physicians Sports Medicine at Cardinal Station is located on the south end of the UofL Belknap Campus, on the second floor in Suite 200. Our providers accept most insurance plans, including Passport and Medicare.

University of Louisville Physicians Sports Medicine

Office Hours

Monday through Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm (closed 12:00pm - 1:00pm for lunch)
(502) 637-9313
www.uoflphysicians.com/sports-medicine

Please remember to give 24 hours notice if you need to cancel or reschedule your doctor's appointment. This allows us to fit in and accommodate patients that need to be seen at the last minute.

Please bring all of your insurance and co-pay information.

Also, please remember to bring ALL medications (over the counter and prescriptions) that you continuously take or you are currently taking.

Failure to bring insurance/copay/medications will result in your appointment being rescheduled.

About University of Louisville Physicians Sports Medicine

Our board-certified sports medicine physicians treat a wide variety of injuries and illnesses common to athletes and other active people. The underlying belief is that physical activity is essential to the health of all people, and sports medicine physicians are dedicated to helping people achieve and maintain an active, healthy lifestyle.

Athletes represent a special population of active individuals with additional goals and physical demands specific to their chosen sport. Having a complete understanding of the nature of sport is needed to safely return an injured athlete to play as soon as possible or to optimize the athlete’s fitness in order to reach full potential. UofL Physicians-Sports Medicine physicians are specially trained to do these things.

UofL Physicians-Sports Medicine works directly with University of Louisville NCAA Division-I athletes in all sports, as well as athletes at Bellarmine University (NCAA Division-II) and Spalding University (Division-III). Our physicians also serve the community through providing medical care as Team Physician for local high schools, as well as Mass Event Coverage including the Louisville Triple Crown of Running and the Ironman competition.

What is a Sports Medicine Physician?

A board certified Sports Medicine Physician has first completed a residency in Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine or Pediatrics then has gone on to complete a one or two-year fellowship in Sports Medicine. A specialty examination in Sports Medicine must also be passed before the physician can receive a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Sports Medicine.

Sports Medicine Physicians treat a wide variety of injuries and illnesses common to athletes and other active people. The underlying belief is that physical activity is essential to the health of all people, and Sports Physicians are dedicated to helping people achieve and maintain an active, healthy lifestyle. Athletes represent a special population of active individuals with additional goals and physical demands specific to their chosen sport. Having a complete understanding of the nature of sport is needed to safely return an injured athlete to play as soon as possible or to optimize the athlete’s fitness in order to reach full potential. Sports Medicine Physicians are specially trained to do these things.

Other active individuals can benefit from the same treatment principles used to return high-profile athletes to play. The weekend warrior with a shoulder injury from softball or a sore knee from running will benefit just as much as an Olympic marathoner or collegiate baseball player. In addition, there is much to offer the “industrial athlete” and many employers have recognized the value of comprehensive treatment of their injured workers in order to speed their return to work.

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Dr. Jessica Stumbo

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University of Louisville Physicians Sports Medicine