Performance Sports Medicine was formed to treat the injuries of recreational to elite level athletes. As a former professional dancer and choreographer, I found it very hard to obtain optimal treatment of athletic injuries in our current systems whose protocols are based upon large population studies of a mostly non athletic population. I wanted to offer a more comprehensive treatment plan that included bio-mechanic corrections, nutritional support and other therapies that would promote tissue healing. I wished to go beyond just decreasing pain and increasing basic range of motion and strength, I wanted to offer treatments that would restore coordination and ultimately, with education, improve performance and minimize risk for future injury. I wanted to offer the edge that our country offers to its Olympic athletes or as close as we could provide. I wanted to treat my patients as if they were my family and rejoice in their successes and accomplishments.
Performance Sports Medicine Founder
Sherine Reno, MD
Experience of Our Medical Director, Sherine Boyd Reno, MD:
Graduated from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville With a BA in Theater with a Dance Emphasis
Graduated from University of Houston, CLC with a Master of Arts in Humanities with a Dance Emphasis.
Graduated from Baylor College of Medicine and completed a Residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation there as well.
Before medical school, she was a member of a regional ballet company Edwardsville Dance Theatre, a regional modern dance company Concert Dance Company and two musical theater companies, Image Productions and Omega Productions. Omega Productions was the Broadway touring company for "Shenandoah" in 1976 and she choreographed the premier season of Pulitzer prize winning playwright Paul Green's "The Lone Star" in Galveston in 1977.