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Wake Sports Medicine in Raleigh / Cary NC provides NONSURGICAL orthopedic care for many acute and chronic complaints.
Wake Sports Medicine is a comprehensive Sports Medicine practice in Raleigh/ Cary, NC that focuses on nonsurgical orthopedic care including ultrasound guided joint injections/aspirations of the extremities and hip for tendonitis and arthritis, sports injuries including basic sprains and fractures, and advanced injections including hyaluronic acid, prolotherapy, and platelet-rich plasma. We utilize every possible nonsurgical option available to return our patients back to the activities that they enjoy.
Orthopedics cary NC : ABOUT THE DOCTOR
Dr. Kanaan is a sports medicine physician /specialist who received his medical residency training at Duke Medical Center. During his fellowship training at Duke Sports Medicine, Dr. Kanaan received special instruction in Musculoskelatal Ultrasound – a unique, state-of-the-art technology in the orthopedic field. While completing training in Primary Care Sports Medicine, Dr. Kanaan served as an assistant team physician for Duke Football, Basketball, and Lacrosse, as well as assisting with Elon University Football.
Dr. Kanaan is an avid researcher, publishing many research projects to advance the field of sports medicine. He is passionate about finding new, cutting-edge ways to help patients return to the activities they love through nonsurgical treatments. Dr. Kanaan enjoys a wide variety of sports, as well as traveling with his wife when he has time away from his practice.
What is a Nonsurgical Sports Medicine Specialist?
There are 2 recognized Sports Medicine Physicians, both of which must complete an extra year of training (fellowship). One is within the orthopedic surgery field, and the other is within the primary care fields. Primary Care Sports Medicine Specialists focus on the nonsurgical treatment of musculoskeletal conditions while also addressing many general medical concerns such as nutrition, performance, psychology, and sport concussions. Since roughly 90% of all sports injuries are nonsurgical, the goal for the Primary Care Sports Medicine physician is to maximize non-operative treatment, guide appropriate referrals to physical and occupational therapies, and if necessary expedite referral to an orthopedic sports surgeon.
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