Camden Campus Injury Clinic
Joining a recreational sports league, enjoying a round of golf or playing
a pickup game of basketball are great ways to stay in touch with old friends
and meet new ones while staying physically fit and active. But new exercise
programs or trying a new sport can sometimes lead to sprains, strains
and stress fractures. If your weekend plans were cut short from an unexpected
Christopher Yonz, M.D., orthopaedic surgeon with
Summit Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery, on Monday morning for his Camden Campus Injury Clinic. No appointment
necessary. Walk-ins welcome.
When: Monday mornings, 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 2060 Dan Proctor Drive, Suite 1400, St. Marys
Sports injuries and treatment:
During his fellowship, Dr. Yonz had the unique opportunity to provide medical
care to multiple, high level Division I athletes who now play professionally,
and an Olympian. This experience provided Dr. Yonz with a special understanding
of both surgical and nonsurgical treatments, managing injuries in-season,
preventing injuries and the intricate working relationship between trainers,
coaches and doctors. During your visit, you can expect him to evaluate
and diagnose your injury and develop a personalized treatment plan to
get you on your feet and back on the field as fast as possible.
His specialties include:
- Rotator cuff injuries
- ACL and knee injuries
- Elbow, wrist and ankle injuries
- Overuse injuries
- Fractures (i.e. broken bones)
What to bring:
Patients should bring their insurance card, ID card, copay and radiology
images (if available). If self-pay, a down payment will be required.
For more information about Dr. Yonz’s Camden Campus Injury Clinic,