Andrew Kubinski, DO, MS
Sports Medicine Specialist
I treat a wide variety of conditions throughout the body related to the muscles, bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage. Combining my core training in family medicine with specialty training in musculoskeletal medicine, I am able to treat medical issues and orthopaedic injuries resulting from sports and exercise. I specialize in nonsurgical care, which offers conservative treatments to try to avoid surgery if possible. In my practice, I often use ultrasound to help show patients what is bothering them at the time of their visit. I also use ultrasound to guide injections to improve symptoms. I work with my patients toward a shared decision for treatment that aligns with their goals. Finally, I want to help my patients develop a lifestyle of wellness. Exercise is medicine, and injury prevention is the key to bodily longevity.
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