Sports Medicine FAQ 2017-02-03T15:09:42+00:00

Sports Medicine FAQ

Not necessarily. While some insurance carriers require a referral, OAM Sports Medicine can schedule you a regular consult without a referral.
We accept most major insurance plans. If you want to check about your plan specifically, feel free to give us a call.
We have locations throughout West Michigan, click here to look up the nearest OAM Sports Medicine office to you.
Yes. OAM Sports Medicine wants every athlete to get the care they need right when they need it. During the season we offer Saturday Services at the Metro Health Sports Medicine Center and Metro Health Caledonia, because a Friday night injury shouldn’t have to wait for a Monday morning appointment. For more urgent care, OAM Sports Medicine is always on standby at our three acute care locations—Metro Health Hospital, OAM NOW and Metro Health/OAM Surgery Center.
OAM Sports Medicine provides medical coverage and sponsorship for races, tournaments and marathons as well as several community teams for youth. Check out a list of our current partners for event ideas or contact us on behalf of your event.
OAM Sports Medicine works in several different capacities with high school, collegiate and professional teams, using our skills to meet each team’s specific needs. Read more here on how to make 
OAM Sports Medicine your team’s sports medicine provider.
There are so many ways to stay active and OAM Sports Medicine is always encouraging health and wellness in the midst of your daily life. Click here for upcoming events.