From weekend warriors to elite professionals, AZ Sports Medicine uses the newest and safest technology available for you, our patient. Our board-certified physicians are continuously staying up to date on the best treatment options available to give you the comfort and confidence you need to get back to your optimal performance level.
Featuring the leading specialists in diagnosing, treating, rehabilitating and preventing sports-related injuries.Learn More
From hip impingement to shoulder dislocation, AZ Sports Medicine treats all bone, joint, and muscle injuries and disorders.Learn More
Dr. Erik Dean offers Concierge
Family Medicine Care at Scottsdale
Health and Wellness.
Dr. Amit at AZ Sports Medicine can provide thorough independent medical exams at the request of a referring source.Learn More
With orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine doctors that are among the best trained and most experienced, AZ Sports Medicine is in turn able to work with some of the world’s best-trained and most experienced athletes. We’re extremely proud and fortunate to help many professional athletes stay at the top of their game year-round.
The weight machines, stationary bikes and charity runs bored Rosalinda Lothrop. So the 54-year-old Chandler woman spiced up her workouts with the twists, turns and gyrations of Zumba, a Latin dance-inspired fitness routine that can burn 500 or more calories per hour.
Ultrasound imaging involves exposing part of the body to high-frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body. Ultrasound exams do not use radiation (as in x-rays).
Studies have shown that women have higher levels of HgH (human growth hormone) during the early follicular phase of the menstrual cycle (immediately after menstruation). Fitness programs may want to utilize this finding to gear results specifically for women.