The University of Kansas Health System

We Treat You Right

Helping You Cross the Finish Line

The Sports Medicine & Performance Center specializes in the rehabilitation of athletic injuries in a professional, motivating and sports-oriented environment. Our physical therapy and occupational therapy teams, managed by Martin Dolphino,  provide an elite-athlete level of care to every individual, from the weekend warrior to the professional competitor. Our goal is to return you to your highest level of function. We accomplish this by offering integrated therapy and training to provide all patients with a platform that allows them to to win – at sports and at life.

 

We bridge the gap between traditional rehabilitation and actual return to sport. Our team approach means our therapists closely communicate with our sports medicine physicians to ensure the highest quality care. Our clinics use a distinctive phased approach to rehabilitation that incorporates leading-edge techniques and the latest in sports medicine equipment. Entrust us with your sports medicine treatment, and you’ll know you are in the right place.

Two Convenient Locations

In addition to physical therapy, our two locations provide diagnostic imaging, surgical and nonsurgical treatments, post-injury education and more. Call us at 913-574-4878 or 855-898-9275 to make an appointment, or ask your physician for a referral.

KU MedWest

Our KU MedWest location in Shawnee, Kansas, is easily accessible from I-435, a short distance from many community sports venues in western Johnson County, and offers free and plentiful parking right outside the entrance. Hours are 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday.


The University of Kansas Hospital Medical Office Building

The Orthopedics Building at The University of Kansas Hospital is located at our main campus in Kansas City, Kansas. Hours are 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday.

 

Staff

 Martin Dolphino, PT, DPT, OCS, CMPT
 Megan Bechtold, PT, DPT, OCS, CMPT
 Heather Foley, PT, MSPT
 Heidi Garcia, PTA
 Mike Johnson, PTA
 Meghan Kramer-Cassady, PT, DPT, CSCS
 Brian Mills, OTR/L, CHT
 Ken Pringle, PT, DPT, ATC/L
 Vanessa Radeke, PT, DPT
 Traci Smiley, PT, DPT, CSCS
 Kyle Veazey, PT, DPT
 
   
   

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