Whether it’s in the offices at 150 Gentilly Boulevard or roaming the sidelines at a Woodland High School sporting event, Harbin Clinic Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Jason Andersen stands ready to help athletes of all ages if injuries occur.
More than a million viewers on television and in the stands will get the chance to learn first-hand how Harbin Clinic cares completely for everyone during the Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic games on August 16.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a high school athlete, injuries tend to pop up at the most inopportune moments. Harbin Clinic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Cartersville wants to keep you in the game and participating in your favorite activities.
On Wednesday June 20, Harbin Clinic partnered with the Rome Women’s Information Network to present Kick Pain in the Kitchen as Well as the Medicine Cabinet, an arthritis workshop aimed at teaching women and men how to fight symptoms of the disease with diet and exercise.
Dr. Jason Andersen spent a lot of time on the soccer field growing up. Whether helping his high school or club teams win state championships or playing on the back line for Harvard, soccer held a formative role in his life. The game also helped steer him to his future calling. As many athletes discover, injuries are as much a part of the game as practices and hard work. Dr. Andersen suffered some injuries over the years and grew close to his orthopaedic surgeon.
Whether it’s in their offices at 330 Turner McCall Boulevard, or on the sidelines at Barron Stadium, Armuchee High, Chattooga High, Trion High and Berry College, Harbin Clinic Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine physicians stand ready to help local athletes and teams if injuries occur.
When Rome High’s football team takes the field at the Georgia Dome on Friday, coaches, parents and players can rest easy knowing long-time team physician Dr. Chris Piller will be on the sidelines ensuring the Wolves stay healthy. Rome faces Buford in the Class 5A State Championship Game at 4:30 p.m. as the Wolves attempt to win the school’s first state title.
Berry College athletes are back on campus and getting ready to get the fall sports season started. As the Vikings prepare to take to the field of play, Berry athletes can rest easy knowing Harbin Clinic doctors are on the sidelines ready to keep them healthy. Berry’s football team enters its fourth season of play on Saturday, Sept. 3 at 6 p.m. as the Vikings take on Maryville at Valhalla stadium on the Berry campus. Along with football, the volleyball, cross country, and men’s and women’s soccer teams are also beginning their fall campaigns as well.
The 2016 high school sports has started and as local athletes take to the fields, trails, courts, diamonds and more, Harbin Clinic doctors will be there to help if any injuries occur. Dr. Brad Bushnell, Dr. Christopher Piller, Dr. Mark Floyd, Dr. Randall Anderson and Dr. Jason Rogers of Harbin Clinic Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Rome bring decades of experience to the sidelines, helping to give local coaches, athletes and parents peace of mind.