You likely found Sports Health Northwest because of a recent sports injury or perhaps you are experiencing chronic pain that is frustrating or physically limiting because it won’t go away. At Sports Health Northwest in Portland, Oregon, we are interested in helping you get back to the activities you enjoy, improve your pain, and enjoyment of life. We realize you have unique interests, priorities, and needs. We want to understand your story and develop a personal healthcare relationship with you. We are committed to providing an accurate diagnosis and the best options to help you achieve your goals. Whether you desire to walk a 5k, compete as an ironman, recover from an injury, work pain free, or want to have less pain playing with your kids, at Sports Health Northwest, your priorities are our priorities. Our focus is providing you with empathic, collaborative care that exceeds expectations and supports your ambitions. At Sports Health Northwest, we want to establish and develop a healthcare affiliation with our patients that supports the activities that are important to them. We recognize the importance of effective communication and strive to engage our patients to help educate and coach them along the path of recovery.
At Sports Health Northwest, Dr. David Westerdahl wants to utilize his 15 years of experience as a sports medicine specialist working at the Cleveland Clinic and as a professional team physician in the NHL and NFL, to provide you with a thorough evaluation and detailed explanation of your sports injury or musculoskeletal condition. As a sports injury specialist, Dr. Westerdahl continually works to combine the latest regenerative treatment options with the best personalized care for you. We are in network for most insurances and desire to be an integral part of your medical team. We recognize that you have many choices where you can seek medical care, and we are committed to providing you the best musculoskeletal and joint preservation care that will empower you to live better, longer, and with less pain.
Dr. David Westerdahl