The Furman Sportsmedicine Center with four campus locations, state-of-the-art equipment, and diverse professional staff, provides the finest in sports rehabilitation, physical therapy, and athletic training services.
The Sportsmedicine Center opened its doors in 1992. We extended our services to the public in 1995. Since that time, we have been an active member of the Greenville community and one of the most respected rehabilitation facilities in the area. In 2014 the therapy component of our operation further strengthened its position in the medical community by partnering with the Bon Secours St. Francis Therapy network. This venture created the St. Francis Therapy Center @ Furman Sportsmedicine.
We utilize a multi-disciplinary approach to patient care, bringing together professionals with diverse experience in sports medicine and physical therapy. The high level of care and personal attention afforded to our collegiate athletes is also extended to our rehab patients. Our experienced physical therapists and athletic trainers work together to plan an effective and comprehensive program of recovery, a program that includes treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of future injuries. Our goal is to help you return to your active life-style…..whether that is walking around the block, playing with your grandchildren or running a marathon.
Our patients include a wide range of individuals from the collegiate athlete to the endurance or professional athlete. We also care for those injured on the job and our senior adults.
The Sportsmedicine operation is also responsible for the delivery of healthcare services for the university’s Division I Intercollegiate Athletic Program. Staff monitors the health status of all student-athletes on an on-going basis. Teams are provided with injury prevention programs, acute injury care, and rehabilitation programs.
The Sportsmedicine Center represents a total commitment by Furman University to offer quality healthcare services to not only the Furman family but the Greenville community.