Springfield Clinic Sports Medicine provides a fully-integrated experience for patients who need prevention, evaluation and treatment of sports-related injuries and conditions. 

The sports medicine program encompasses a team approach to meeting the needs of the community and provides a full range of medical and physical services to treat athletes of all ages and levels from jr high, high school, collegiate, professional to weekend warriors and fitness enthusiasts. Injuries can range from trauma and fracture management to overuse and preventative care. 

Springfield Clinic’s board-certified athletic trainers will be onsite at local high schools and public sporting events throughout the region to triage injuries and collaborate directly with Springfield Clinic’s team of board-certified sports medicine doctors. 

As part of Springfield Clinic Orthopedics, the sports medicine specialists will coordinate the athlete’s care, including any imaging (x-ray, MRI, CT, etc), lab work, physical therapy or referrals to appropriate medical or surgical providers. 

Springfield Clinic has recently expanded the number of sports medicine specialists on its staff and nearly tripled the size of its Rehabilitation Services team, particularly with physical therapists specializing in sports medicine. And, because athletic injuries often occur outside “normal” business hours, Springfield Clinic has expanded hours of operation and appointment times in its Imaging Center, Rehabilitation Services facilities and Orthopedics Walk-In

Springfield Clinic’s doctors have been providing sports medicine care for years so this program is a natural next step. Sports Medicine at Springfield Clinic gives our physicians direct access to the services needed to better and more efficiently manage injury care. Time is of the essence when dealing with severe sports injuries or the possibility of concussion. Springfield Clinic's Sports Medicine services benefit patients with faster care, greater value and ultimately, better health outcomes.

For more information about Springfield Clinic Sports Medicine, contact Benjamin McLain, Director of Rehabilitation Services, at 217.528.7541, extension 21207. 

Community & School Support

Students engaged in competitive sports and all kinds of athletic activity look to us for expert assistance in the prevention, care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries as well as proper training techniques, bracing and splinting for a quick return to play. 

Our Athletic Trainers and Sports Medicine physicians work with the following schools and community services in the Springfield-area:



  • Athens High School
  • Auburn High School
  • Blackburn College
  • Carlinville High School
  • Edinburg High School
  • Glenwood High School
  • Greenview High School
  • Illini Central High School
  • Lanphier High School
  • North Mac High School
  • Pawnee High School
  • Pleasant Plains High School
  • Riverton High School
  • Robert Morris University - Springfield
  • Rochester High School
  • South Fork High School
  • Southeast High School
  • Springfield High School
  • Springfield Lutheran High School
  • Taylorville High School
  • Tri-City High School
  • University of Illinois-Springfield
  • Williamsville High School



  • American Lung Association-Fight for Air Climb
  • Springfield Road Runners Club
  • Capitol City Biathlon
  • Springfield Marathon
  • Abe’s Army an Abe’s Amble
  • Route 66 Half Ironman
  • Iron Abe Olympic Triathlon
  • Stoneman Sprint Triathlon
  • Sangamon Auditorium
  • Capitol City Showcase Boy's Basketball