At OrthoLinks Orthopedics and Rehabilitation in Tampa, Florida, Dr. G. Jason Hunt caters to the needs of athletes, offering comprehensive sports medicine care. Dr. Hunt’s office is the only one in the Tampa Bay area that offers advanced technology like TrackMan swing mapping and DARI motion capture. He also provides numerous surgical techniques, including minimally invasive procedures, to get you back to the sport you love. To learn more, schedule a sports medicine consultation online or by calling the office directly today.
At OrthoLinks Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, you can expect a variety of diagnostic, treatment, and surgical options to assess and treat sports-related injuries. The Ortholinks Orthopedics team provides care for student-athletes, as well as adult athletes at both amateur and professional levels.
Dr. Hunt is pleased to provide the latest advancements in sports medicine and rehabilitation at his Tampa office, including:
Additionally, Dr. Hunt can provide guidance to enhance your sports performance, offering advice on training, body strengthening exercises, and techniques to prevent future injuries.
The DARI motion capture technology collects whole-body data about how your movements. The system tracks the specific movements of your bones, joints, and neuromuscular system.
Unlike other technologies, DARI Motion doesn’t require markers attached to your body to collect data. Instead, eight cameras create a model of your skeletal system instantly.
The data Dr. Hunt collects from the DARI system is useful in improving your athletic performance and preventing sports injuries. He can help you adapt and change your movements for better performance.
The NeuFit electric stimulation technology sends signals to your nervous system in a controlled environment to improve your body’s functionality.
Dr. Hunt may recommend NeuFit technology for your athletic training or rehabilitation when you want to:
NeuFit electric stimulation ensures your nerves and muscles are functioning properly, so you can decrease your risk of injury to your ligaments, cartilage, and tendons.
If you’re a golfer, Dr. Hunt can use the TrackMan swing mapping technology to analyze the precise movements of your swing. This information helps you better understand what you need to do to improve your golf swing and overall golf performance, as well as any long-term health risks your current swing poses.
The technology uses two radar systems that evaluate the movements of your club before, during, and after it makes impact with the ball. The second radar system tracks the flight of the ball, from the initial launch through the landing. Information Dr. Hunt collects from TrackMan helps you improve your golf game faster, using real-time data.
Schedule a consultation to learn more about the sports medicine services available at OrthoLinks Orthopedics and Rehabilitation by calling the Tampa office or using the online booking feature.