Limber Sports Medicine provides nonoperative care and treatment for a broad range of sports injuries and conditions of the musculoskeletal system. Dr. Marr takes an integrative and individualized approach to the assessment and treatment options for each patient to outline a customized recovery strategy to get them back to the activity or functional goals that they define. His goal is that each patient has the time to fully understand their diagnosis and treatment options. With extensive training in musculoskeletal ultrasound, in many cases he can use this technology to provide rapid and accurate diagnosis while often avoiding expensive advanced imaging like MRI.
When developing a treatment plan, Dr. Marr will address underlying biomechanics, function, and pain. Treatment options might include physical therapy, functional bracing, chiropractic or soft tissue work, injections, minimally invasive ultrasound-guided procedures or Orthobiologic regenerative treatments. While his integrative approach always focuses on helping patients avoid surgery, if an injury or condition is severe and surgery is determined to be the best option, Dr. Marr guides each patient through their best options and provides expedited referrals.
Dr. Scott Marr, MD, FACSM, CAQSM
Sports Medicine + Orthobiologic Medicine
Dr. Marr's primary focus is the treatment of acute and chronic musculoskeletal problems with non-surgical options. With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Marr uses an integrated approach to diagnosis and treatment that gives patients the time and individualized approach to address the root issues at play and meet their activity goals.
Injury prevention: Sports medicine can help athletes prevent injuries by providing guidance on proper technique, equipment, and training methods.
Injury management: Sports medicine offers comprehensive care for injuries, including diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation.
Faster recovery: With proper care and treatment, sports medicine can help athletes recover from injuries more quickly and get back to their sport sooner.
Pain relief: Sports medicine can help athletes manage pain associated with injuries or chronic conditions, allowing you to continue to participate in their sport or activity.
Increased mobility and range of motion: Sports medicine improves overall flexibility, mobility, and range of motion, reducing the risk of injury and improving performance.
Improved overall health and wellbeing: By providing comprehensive care, sports medicine targets your overall health and wellbeing, both on and off the field.
Sports Medicine Services
Offerings + Details
Initial Visit: Consultation, Exam, Treatment (40min)
This is a thorough evaluation that assesses symptoms and patient concerns. After your evaluation, Dr. Marr will create an individualized plan based around your specific needs and diagnosed treatments.
Follow-Up Visit (40min)
These follow-up appointments are best for patients in acute pain or with worsening symptoms, patients with new imaging to review, existing patients who have new complaints or concerns, existing patients who have not been treated in over 6 months for their symptoms, or patients who are looking to complete a diagnostic ultrasound.
Follow-Up Visit (20min)
These follow-up appointments are best for patients who have a single region of concern, patients who are improving, patients looking for guidance, review, or refinement of their treatment plan, or patients who have new imaging to review from Dr. Marr.
Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
This medical imaging technology uses high-frequency sound waves to produce detailed images of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, and other soft tissues in the body. It is a non-invasive and painless imaging technique that can provide real-time images of the musculoskeletal system in motion, which can be used to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions.
Orthobiologics + Procedure Appointments
Dr. Marr utilizes leading orthobiologic treatments which can promote healing, decrease inflammation, and repair damaged tissues often without the invasiveness of surgical intervention.