Speciality: Orthopaedics , Elbow, Hip, Knee, Foot & Ankle, Hand & Wrist, Shoulder, PRP Stem Cell Treatment, Laser Treatment, Nutritional Supplements, Back-Neck

+1 847 699 6810

Illinois Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Centers 1714 Milwaukee Avenue
Cook County
USA - 60025.

+1 847 699 6810

Chicago Lincoln Park 3000 N. Halsted St Suite 611
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Chicago Portage Park 5645 Addison St Outpatient Clinic
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Naples Florida Area 9400 Bonita Beach Rd Suite 204
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We treat you with care

Illinois Sports Medicine is internationally recognized for providing cutting edge orthopaedic specialty treatment, while retaining a “small clinic” personalized environment.


Our office and professional staff strive to treat our patients as we would like to be treated: with courtesy, respect and compassion.


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is an exciting new treatment for arthritic joints. Blood is drawn from a patient and processed to concentrate the platelets and other healing factors. This concentrated PRP is injected under US guidance into the affected joint. 75% of eligible arthritis patients are successfully treated with PRP injection instead of joint replacement surgery. For additional information go to our page here.


Clinical Highlights

  • X-ray suite on premises.
  • Complete physical therapy suite.
  • Free on-site parking.



An Informed Patient Is Our Goal

At Illinois Sports Medicine we believe that a patient that thoroughly understands his or her problem and treatment options will make the best decisions and have the best outcomes. Medical knowledge and treatments are constantly changing so there may be options available to you now that were not even a few years ago.


To help you explore these issues, we have put together information about knees, shoulders, hands/wrists, and other common orthopaedic Sports Medicine problems that we treat along with treatment options that are available. Click on the tabs above to explore this detailed information. Please be aware that this should not be used as a diagnostic tool and that treatment options vary from person to person depending upon a number of variables.


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