Welcome to D1 Sports Medicine at Baldwin Bone & Joint, P.C. Through partnering with elite professional athletes, such as Peyton Manning and Michael Oher, D1 physical therapists are able to integrate integrity, dedication, and accountability into every patient interaction at Baldwin Bone and Joint. This ultimately creates a personal and specialized experience with each patient. By reflecting the athletes’ approach to training, we exhaust every avenue possible to create the best internal environment for healing and successfully achieving each patient’s individual goals.
It is the daily mission of our physical therapy program for you to return to your everyday life as fast as possible. Whether your goal is gardening, knitting, running a marathon, or just getting back to the playing field, we integrate that activity into your therapy for a customized approach. The sessions are frequently varied making each visit interesting and productive.
Our unique D1 Sports Medicine approach enables you to rehabilitate more quickly while having fun during each visit. Ultimately, we are aware that this will encourage you to stick to your goals and achieve optimal recovery. The bright, energetic workout space, with all new equipment, allows for more camaraderie and a fun, positive atmosphere during each physical therapy session. At any time of the day, it is common for an older patient recovering from a hip replacement to be working next to an athlete from a local high school. This brings home the fact that D1 Sports Medicine at Baldwin Bone & Joint is a place that people come to get better as fast as possible no matter what stage in life they are – no matter what their goals may be.
An added bonus? Our physical therapists and physical therapy assistants live in Baldwin County – we are an active part of your community. In addition, our staff diligently maintains a high level of training beyond typical physical therapy services, frequently participating in continuing education. This specialized training sets us apart for those looking to return to a high level of activity as well as the general population needing general orthopedic therapy services for improved quality of life.