Dr. Abrahamson focuses on a personalized approach, starting with a learning phase to truly understand the pain and health goals of his patients. Using his vast medical experience and knowledge he develops tailored plans that are best suited to treat and improve each individual patient’s health. Dr. Abrahamson utilizes physical therapy to regenerative medicine to help each patient.
The most common issues we help our patients with
Joint stability and pain
Knee problems can be categorized as one of several things and we diagnose and potentially treat all of them.
At Integrative Sports Medicine our team believes in and performs every activity with values below.
Our goal is to diagnose, treat, and prevent injuries to our patients. With innovative and integrative medical solutions that treat root causes, not just surface level symptoms.
We recommend the best rehabilitation, physical therapy, or medical procedure that fits your body, goals, and injuries. Without bias towards a certain procedure or product, you can rest assured our team has your health as top priority.
Caring and Fairness
We will work with you to figure out how we can best treat you. The majority of insurances, including medicare are accepted, allowing us to treat and help as many people as possible.
Our practice is our passion. Dr. Abrahamson and his team are always researching and evaluating new treatments, studies, and discoveries to provide the best service to his patients.
People We Have Helped
“I had chronic ankle pain, Dr. Abrahamson was able to accurately diagnose and treat my pain.”
Derrick Kuhn, Ankle
“Dr. Brad was a far more pleasant experience than I had with any other sports doctor or orthopedic surgeon.”
Nate Shugrue, Knee
As Dr. Abrahamson continues his medical education, he provides insightful content on procedures, their benefits, and easy to understand explanations on if this is the right procedure for you.
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