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5-Star Service For Sports Injury
Murphy SportsMedicine Center offers comprehensive diagnostic imaging and evaluation capabilities, as well as an outpatient surgery center and nutritional services to meet all treatment needs.
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Most Common Ailment Facing Athletes
Should you sustain a hand or wrist injury while participating in a game where an attending team physician is not present, seek immediate medical care if any of the following symptoms are present...
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Combining Clinical Expertise With
Performance Solution Programming
We initiate collaborative research projects and educational campaigns around health and wellness, performance training, and the prevention and treatment of concussion and other sport-related injuries.

Sonorex Treatments (Shock Wave Therapy)

A form of lithotripsy for chronic joint injuries and tendonitis rather than surgery.
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Diagnostic Testing

We offer the latest, state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to get our athletes off of the sidelines. Our diagnostic equipment helps patients and athletes get back to normal faster.
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Treatment & Training

We provide a variety of treatment options based on each person's individual injury. Following an evaluation, each patient will receive an individualized treatment plan.
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Treatment Modalities

Rehabilitation or therapy can also include the use of various modalities. We offer treatment modalities and usage based on the evaluation and therapist/physician recommendations.
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We offer technologically advanced magnetic resonance imaging to our patients. This simple and painless procedure allows us to study the soft tissue around every bone and joint.
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About The Murphy Sportsmedicine Team

murphy-sportsmedicine-teamWelcome to Murphy SportsMedicine Center, the practice of Paul C. Murphy, MD. Dr.Murphy is a board certified orthopedic surgeon who treats the entire range of orthopedic problems, and specializes in arthroscopic shoulder surgery, arthroscopic knee surgery and hand surgery. Dr.Murphy and his staff are proud to offer the best surgical as well as nonsurgical treatment options for their patients.

Dr.Murphy and his therapy staff are able to successfully treat most of their patients without surgery, but when surgery is required, the most minimally invasive option is chosen. Our goal is to be the most efficient, convenient, and best provider for all your orthopedic needs.

Whether you are recovering from an injury or working to improve strength, coordination and flexibility, our team of skilled physicians, physical therapists and athletic trainers will develop a comprehensive plan to meet your goals.

At Murphy Sportsmedicine Center we recognize the value of every individual and are committed to excellence by providing exemplary care and support for each of our patients and their families. We support the University of San Diego, Cathedral Catholic High School and the entire San Diego athletic community through the dedication of our staff, time and resources to their athletic programs.

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Primary Care Sports Medicine

  • Primary Care Sports Medicine (PCSM) is an area of medicine, which focuses on the whole patient - from chronic or acute conditions to overuse sports injuries and concussions. Combining family medicine and sports medicine, our board certified PCSM physicians treat athletes and everyday active individuals of all ages to ensure overall health and well being for long active lives.
  • Concusssion Evaluations As leading experts in the field of concussions we not only provide diagnostic, concussion evaluation and management services, but we also believe strongly in ongoing education and community service.
  • Every participant in a school sports team is required to complete a pre-participation physical examination, also called sports physicals. A sports physical allows a physician to identify any conditions that might keep the athlete out of the game or affect performance. Athletes should have a physical six weeks before the start of the sport season; however this can vary due to changing sport seasons. This timing provides an opportunity to address an existing injury or improve conditioning prior to participation in the activity.