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True Sport Care offers our patient forms online so they can be completed in the convenience of your own home or office.  

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NEW PATIENT PACKET

Filled out by all new patients, regardless of insurance prior to their initial visit.  Includes Legal/Financial responsibilities, assignment of benefits, consent to treat and a release of records.  There are 3 pages in the packet.  Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your initial visit to complete any additional paperwork.

Download New Patient Packet 


ATHLETE CHECKLIST

If you are interested or concerned that you may have muscle imbalances that are impeding your progress as an athlete, download our Athlete Checklist to "take inventory" of your body.  If you have boxes checked, you will be able to intercept these issues from creating pain.  From addressing your imbalances, you will also be unlocking greater potential and performance in your sport activities.  

Download Athlete Checklist


TRUE/FALSE SPORTS MEDICINE QUIZ

Test your general knowledge in the world of Sports Medicine and see how well you understand injury management, biomechanics, and sports performance.  

Download True/False Sports Medicine Quiz

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Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

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Friday:

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Saturday:

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Sunday:

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  • "Thanks to True Sports Care for always taking care of me when I come home, helping me stay healthy!"
    TOBIAS HARRIS, NBA PLAYER, LA CLIPPERS

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