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Spine & Sports Medicine Associates of Connecticut

Advanced Treatment for Pain Relief, Spine Rehabilitation & Sports Injuries

Sports Injury Treatments

Spine and Sports Medicine Associates is a premier physical medicine clinic serving the greater Hartford region since 1997. We offer a unique combination of chiropractic services, physical therapy, Active Release Techniques(ART), Mckenzie mechanical therapy, therapeutic exercise and sports performance. We offer a wide range of treatment options specifically tailored to your personal needs utilizing state of the art techniques and equipment to ensure a successful outcome. We pride ourselves on treating each patient according to his or her condition, sport, goals or lifestyle. Our ultimate goal is to get each patient back enjoying an active lifestyle and equipped with the education and self-care strategies to prevent re-injuries and recurrences.

We offer two convenient locations, our main office location at 609 Farmington ave. in Hartford, and our new branch office at 330 Roberts Street Suite 200 in East Hartford. For your convenience, our main office offers on-site x-ray and access to orthopedic surgical consults.
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Common Conditions

Accident & Work-related Injuries

Our office specializes in the treatment and rehabilitation of auto and work related injuries.

Sports Injuries

Whether you are an elite athlete or a weekend warrior, we have the cutting edge therapies to get you
back on the field...

How are we different?

At Spine and Sports Medicine Associates we practice according to "evidence-based guidelines". Our providers keep up on all the latest research and new techniques and have extensive post graduate training in sports medicine, orthopedics, radiology and functional rehabilitation....
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We specialize in the treatment of:

  • Acute and Chronic Neck and Low back pain
  • Whiplash
  • Accident & Work-related injuries
  • Degenerative disc disease and Herniated discs
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injuries
  • Running injuries (IT band syndrome, shin splints, runners knee)
  • Repetitive Overuse Injuries (Carpal tunnel, tennis elbow)
  • Muscle strains/pulls
  • Tendinitis/Bursitis
  • Post-surgical rehab
  • Rotator cuff syndrome
  • Patellofemoral Syndrome
  • Plantar Fascitis