Board-certified orthopedic surgeons and sports-medicine specialists, Dr. Michael Domer and Dr. Shelden Martin of OrthoArizona – Arcadia, are now serving as team physicians to Arizona’s top student and professional athletes.
Experienced in athletic sports injuries, Michael Domer, MD, is team physician for Shadow Mountain High School and the Arizona Rattlers and is skilled in all aspects of orthopedic care, specializing in sports-related injuries including minimally-invasive techniques.
“As a former athlete, I know an injury can be difficult to cope with,” Dr. Domer said. “I’m here for my patients every step of the way, helping athletes with each aspect of an injury, including prevention, treatment and recovery.”
Domer is affiliated with Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Gateway Surgery Center, St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center, OASIS Hospital and John C. Lincoln.
Shelden Martin, MD, also serves the Valley’s youth athletes as team physician for Desert Vista High School and Veritas Preparatory Academy. In addition, Dr. Martin is head team physician for the Arizona Rattlers Arena Football League and team physician for the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Arizona Coyotes. He is also team physician for the Chicago White Sox.
“Common sports injuries for athletes of any caliber include ACL tears and ACL sprains, runner’s knee, shin splints and fractures” Dr. Martin said. “I treat these injuries every day and know each one deserves careful attention, thorough evaluation and proper treatment.”
Martin has a Subspecialty Certificate in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine and specializes in complex arthroscopic surgery including ligament reconstruction, cartilage transplants, shoulder and elbow joint replacements and reverse shoulder replacements.
About OrthoArizona – Arcadia
OrthoArizona – Arcadia strives to improve the quality of life of its patients and their families through outstanding orthopedic care. OrthoArizona – Arcadia is committed to excellence by pledging to provide the highest quality of orthopedic care possible. Along with the treatment of immediate or chronic problems, top-rated and board-certified orthopedic surgeons strive to integrate the doctrine of prevention in all treatment plans as a way to alleviate possible future difficulties.