HOSMAT SPORTS MEDICINE
HOSMAT Sports medicine – HOSMAT is an abbreviation for Hospital for Orthopedics Sports Medicine Arthritis & Accident Trauma
Department of Sports Medicine was the first of kind in Karnataka dealing with the treatment and prevention of sports and exercise related injuries. HOSMAT emerged as a major destination of choice for tertiary care sports medicine as one could have an access to unsurpassed expertise from our multidisciplinary team of sports medicine experts. Common sports injuries include concussion (head injury due to rapid movement of brain), muscle cramps, ACL tears, Ankle sprains, Muscular tears, tennis elbow, golfers elbow etc.
HOSMAT provides comprehensive multidisciplinary care to athletes from school goers to professionals
HOSMAT has treated players in the field of cricket, football, hockey, golf, tennis, swimming, Kabadi and gymnastics both from state to international level players.
A special rehabilitation team a well knit group of experts will strive to ensure that the player gets back to the field so that he or she can pursue their career and hobby of their choice with confidence.
HOSMAT is a specialized hospital for orthopaedics and sports medicine and also one of the select hospitals in India to be recognized by ISO 9001 2000.
HOSMAT Sports Medicine Center conducts a 6-month Fellowship in Sports Medicine. The center has gained recognition and is on the exclusive panel of National Cricket Academy, Karnataka State Cricket Association, Karnataka State Football Association, Karnataka State Hockey Association, Bangalore Turf Club, Karnataka State Golf Association, Karnataka Olympic Association, Sports Authority of India etc... One of the exclusive facilities available at HOSMAT is a unique computerized isokinetic device called CYBEX that measures the strength and power of muscles of a sports person, apart from CYBEX there are many other isokinetic devices for each joint.HOSMAT is the first and only hospital, since 15 years to have the knee ligament arthrometer KT 1000 to diagnose ligament damage and instability of the knee in the OPD itself.