New York City Sports Medicine

Primary care focused on preventing and treating injuries and optimizing your athletic performance

Integrated
Care

Our physicians treat you as a whole person, integrating your musculoskeletal health into your overall care

Breadth of Knowledge

All of our primary care providers have a comprehensive understanding of the human body and have the skills to help you heal

Convenient Locations

Our offices are easily accessible, and you can book appointments online, via our app or over the phone

"I'm really excited to help people do everything they can to stay healthy and to prevent diseases in the long run."

Richard Lee, MD

Chances are, if you're a New Yorker, you're active - even if the gym isn't your thing. Whether that means lunchtime runs in Central Park, morning sprints to the subway, or tourist dodging anywhere from Harlem to Soho, you're probably always on the go - and your body might be feeling it. Aches, pains, or injuries happen to the best of us. Luckily, the experts at One Medical have the knowledge and skills necessary to address your issues, achieve your goals, and keep you moving.

Our New York City primary care doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants can handle a wide variety of bone, muscle, and joint issues. We also have several doctors of osteopathy (DOs or Osteopaths) throughout the city, including at our Park Slope and Flatiron locations. Like MDs, DOs are licensed physicians and can aid in all areas of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, but they’re also trained to understand how musculoskeletal injuries can affect other parts of the body and even your overall health. Some (but not all) DOs also practice a technique called Osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT), which is a gentle hands-on method of working on the bones, muscles, joints, and nerves to diagnose and treat a range of ailments. Call our offices to learn more.

What kinds of conditions do you treat?

All of the providers at One Medical can handle an array of sports medicine issues and musculoskeletal conditions. If you're experiencing issues like knee pain, shoulder pain, back pain, or hip pain, a primary care provider can absolutely be your best starting point to care. They can evaluate your concerns and help guide you if you do need additional care.

Are you sports medicine doctors?

All of our primary care providers are well equipped to diagnose and treat a variety of sports medicine-related injuries and conditions. While many patients believe they need to see an orthopedist to address their musculoskeletal concerns, the vast majority of all sports-related injuries do not require the surgical care. Primary care physicians can effectively handle most of your sports medicine concerns and seamlessly integrate your diagnosis and care into the bigger picture of your overall health.

Which New York City providers specialize in sports medicine?

Our board-certified providers are trained to handle everything from preventive medicine to treatment of acute and chronic conditions. New York City team members who have a specific interest in sports medicine include:

For more guidance in picking a provider for your specific needs, just call 212-441-4383. And rest assured that there is no commitment in selecting a provider; you can always change providers at any time and for any reason.

How do I make an appointment?

One Medical is a membership-based practice that combines the highest level of care with exceptional services. Members support our practice by paying a low annual membership fee of just $199, which provides a full year of access to all of our urgent and primary care services. If you’re ever unhappy with our service, let us know and we’ll refund your current year membership fee.

It takes less than five minutes to join online, and once you sign up, you can book your first appointment online, on the phone, or on our app.

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What We Handle

  • Strains & sprains
  • Twisted ankles
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Muscle tears
  • Dislocated shoulder
  • Fitness counseling
  • PT referrals