Jason Williams, MD.
Board Certified Sports Medicine Physician
Dr. Williams has spent nine years as an ER physician and completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship with Vanderbilt Medical Center. He has advanced training in the care of fractures, sprains/strains. arthritis, head injuries and more.
He has also served as team physician for Vanderbilt’s football, basketball and baseball teams; as well as the Nashville Sounds, Whites’ Creek High School Football team and the Iroquois Steeplechase.
About Sports Medicine
Whether you are seeking care due to aging or overuse, to traumatic accident or sports related injury, Physicians Urgent Care can care for you from the point of your injury until you are completely healed. Not all orthopedic injuries require surgery and with a cutting-edge sports medicine program and certified sports medicine physician, we provide high quality, non-operative treatment for orthopedic injuries such as joint pain, fracture management and sprains/strains.
Participating in sports has a profound and positive impact on your health. Benefits range from improved physical fitness and strength, a reduced risk of disease, and better mental health. At Physicians Urgent Care, our goal is to improve your range of motion, mobility and quality of life.
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Common Conditions, Treatments & Services
- Exercise-induced asthma
- Sports-related dermatology
- Sports Physicals
- Performance analysis and injury prevention
- Nutritional Counseling
- Exercise Prescription
- “Return to Play” Decisions
- Recommendations for safe strength training and conditioning exercises
- Tennis Elbow
- Carpel Tunnel
- Joint pain
- Chronic/Overuse injuries
- Ultrasound Guided Injections
- Cortisone Injections
- Viscosupplementation injections
WHERE DOES IT HURT?
Diagnostic imaging services are part of our commitment to comprehensive orthopedic care. The experts at Physicians Urgent Care ensure you get the right answers – and the right care. We offer digital X-Rays. Digital X-Ray imaging uses sensors in place of traditional photographic film to create a crisper image and instant image viewing for a faster, more accurate diagnosis.