We're patient-focused. We treat the "patient," not the "injury." At Stadia Sports Medicine, you're not a means to an end - you're the end we pledge to commit all of our means to. We acknowledge that you as an individual carry with you needs and goals that are not going to be the same as the patient who might precede or follow you. Our philosophy is to meet you where you are and work toward the healthcare goals you lay out for us, not to pigeonhole you into a generic idea of success that doesn't line up with what you're looking for.
We're outcomes-centered. We understand that as a patient, what's important to you is that we get you back to what you enjoy doing, and that usually, as long as that happens, the path taken to get there is less important. It's the concept that says that people don't buy a drill as much as the hole it makes. We keep up on the latest in sports injury research, and apply proven principles to the care of our patients. We also pay close attention to how people are doing under our care, and we listen to what our patients tell us. If something isn't working, we'll work with you to find a better way. When treatment is effective, we continue to seek improvements, always striving for the highest level of function possible, always grounding patient care in what's been shown to work. That's what we mean when we say we're "outcomes-centered."
When you see us for evaluation, we'll make sure that you leave the office understanding three things:
Part of successful treatment is proper patient awareness and education. If we're not doing that, we're not doing our job. We pledge to you our best efforts in this area. We realize that you have choices in the health care arena, and we understand that in the final analysis, we exist to serve you and insure that your needs are met first and foremost. For questions, more information or to schedule a consultation, email or call us at 515-221-1102.Select from the tabs on the right to view more information on our three types of care: Physician Led, Physical Therapy, Athletic Training