Kansas City Royals
The Royals training staff and our Sports Medicine and Performance Center team work side by side during spring training, throughout the season at the ballpark and at our clinic next to Kauffman Stadium.
How we help
Together, we cover all the bases to keep the boys in blue healthy, on and off the field. We also keep fans healthy, staffing the first-aid stations during home games at The K. And we play a role in the ball club's health awareness days, highlighting important topics like cancer awareness and stroke prevention.
We couldn't be happier with this partnership. We've experienced success on and off the field as this relationship has grown over the years – in no small part to The University of Kansas Health System's commitment to our players and the rest of the Royals family. – Dayton MooreGeneral Manager, Kansas City Royals
Extended weekday hours for orthopedic injuries
Our physicians are available at the Indian Creek Campus Monday-Friday until 7 p.m., by appointment, to care for your urgent orthopedic or sports injuries.
When pitcher Josh Bortka began experiencing pain in his elbow and arm, he turned to the sports medicine experts at The University of Kansas Health System to treat his symptoms.
Delaney Kemp didn't let chronic exertional compartment syndrome slow her down. Learn how she overcame the condition and finished her final high school track season.
Thanks to the walk-in clinic at The University of Kansas Health System Sports Medicine and Performance Center, CJ Callaghan received immediate care for a foot injury.
Kody Ketchum took his setback and turned it into a comeback, thanks to the sports medicine and physical therapy specialists at The University of Kansas Health System.