By: Julie Lawson | Category: Health & Fitness | Issue: October 2014
Dr. Brad Lawson with his sons, Luke, John and Ethan.
Friday night football is here. The stadium lights are coming on, and our kids are running onto the football field once again. The temperature is starting to change, and the atmosphere and support that fills a community around their teams on Friday nights has finally returned.
For some, the return of football is an exciting and exhilarating time. However, with the collision nature of the sport, the return of football can also mean challenging injuries, concussions, and significant amounts of rehabilitation and continued care for some. When the excitement of the game turns into the disappointment of an injury, many have realized that they don’t have to drive to Tulsa to find the sports medicine care they need.
Dr. Brad Lawson, a physician and orthopedic surgeon in Owasso, has provided excellence in service and sports medicine care in the Owasso, Claremore and Collinsville area for the last several years. Dr. Lawson also volunteers his time as a team orthopedist and sports medicine physician for several of the teams in the area.
Dr. Lawson began his career in the United States Air Force, where he served both as a general medical officer and as an orthopedic surgeon for a total of 16 years. After completing his service, he finished additional subspecialty training in orthopedic sports medicine prior to coming to Owasso. With his expertise in a wide-range of orthopedic problems and conditions, in addition to his specialty in sports medicine and reconstructive medicine, excellence in orthopedic and sports medicine care is right here in our communities.
As the school year and all of its athletic competition rolls on, or if you’re the weekend warrior with aches and pains that just won’t go away, you can know that great orthopedic and sports medicine care does not require you to drive to Tulsa anymore. Dr. Lawson and his staff office in Owasso at 13616 E. 103rd St. N., next door to Urgent Care of Green Country. They also have an office in Broken Arrow where they see patients on Thursday mornings at 2950 S. Elm Pl., Ste. 456. Whether it is competitive athletics or recreational enjoyment that may cause an injury or a pain, Dr. Lawson and his staff will keep you at your best. For more information or to schedule an appointment, feel free to stop by or call (918) 272-4488.
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