Children and teens receive specialized care in Hillsborough County for sports-related injuries and other orthopaedic conditions.
Children and teens can receive the care they need for a sports injury closer to home at the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Tampa Sports Therapy Center. Our team specializes in treating older children and teens with a range of sports-related injuries. We serve patients from Tampa and throughout Hillsborough County, as well as southern Pasco County and the greater Tampa Bay area.
Our team of pediatric sports physical and occupational therapists specialize in treating acute and chronic sports injuries while addressing underlying areas of concern to prevent future injuries.
Our team is part of the hospital’s Rehabilitation program, and we work closely with the team in the Sports Medicine program to provide your child with comprehensive treatment for their injury.
To reach the Tampa Sports Therapy Center team, please call 813-910-5140.
To make an appointment, please call the Tampa Sports Therapy Center at 813-910-5140 or call the Sports Medicine program at 727-767-7272.
Appointments are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
We are located at:
3440 West MLK Jr. Blvd., Suite 208
Tampa, FL 33607
Why Choose the Tampa Sports Therapy Center
Your child will receive treatment from therapists with expertise in orthopaedics, pediatric growth and development, and sport-specific demands. We collaborate with your child’s referring physician to maximize results.
We treat young athletes who participate in a wide range of sports including:
Conditions We Treat
- Ligament sprains
- Musculoskeletal pain
- Muscle strains
- Neuromuscular disorders
- Post-operative care
- Splinting for injuries
- Other sports-related injuries and orthopaedic conditions
Sport-specific training: Our therapists work with your child so he or she can return to their sport in a healthy, competitive condition while preventing future injuries.
Individualized treatment programs: Your child’s treatment plan will be tailored to his or her individual functional goals.
Research-based standardized testing: We use the latest research-based testing methods to promote positive outcomes and return-to-sport protocols to ensure each patient is ready to return to their previous activities.
Learn more about the Sports Rehabilitation Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.