Because life’s too short to sit on the bench.

World class care from a hometown team.

Injuries happen–whether you’re a professional athlete, a committed Crossfitter or a social sports enthusiast. At The Orthopedic Health Center, our aim is to get you back in the game—faster, stronger, better.

Our approach to sports medicine recognizes the physical and mental challenges that accompany an injury or chronic sports-related condition. Dr. Feliciano is committed to minimizing your recovery time and maximizing your ability to get back to doing what you love.


Your back and neck (your spine) let you stand upright, bend, and twist. The spine, also called the backbone, supports the weight of your head and body and protects the spinal cord. The spinal cord connects your body to your brain.


From scratching your back to painting or playing sports, your shoulders let you move further, and in more ways, than almost any other joint in your body. At the same time, however, this flexibility makes the shoulders more unstable and more likely to get injured, especially from sports, physical work, or accidents.


The hip lets you walk, run, and jump. They support the weight of your body. Disease or injury to the hip can make doing everyday things like taking a walk or getting up from a chair painful.


Your knee gives you the flexibility, strength, and stability needed to stand, walk, run, turn, and make other movements. One of the biggest and most complex joints, the knee supports the weight of your body.


Your ankle lets your foot move up and down and from side to side. While it is strong enough to support the weight of your body, it’s also easily injured. Even a minor injury can be painful.