New patients are welcome at Orthopedic Center for Sports Medicine at our convenient Metairie location.
At OCSM, we are focused on providing the most advanced care so patients can feel their best:
- Always see a Board-Certified physician at EVERY doctor visit.
- Enjoy convenient parking.
- Rehab with our OCSM Physical Therapy team.
- Train with the OCSM Sports Performance team.
- Use our timely online booking feature to request a specific day and time.
OCSM considers ourselves a partner in your healthcare journey, and as a trusted comprehensive orthopedic clinic in Metairie, we look forward to learning more about how we can be the best partner for you and your family.
We're happy to service you as your neighborhood orthopedic clinic and help you achieve your health and wellness goals.
Call us at 504-217-5319 today or book online at NOLASPORTSMEDICINE.COM.
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