Procedures & Specialties
Musculoskeletal Care in Helena, MT
The providers at Performance Injury Care & Sports Medicine (PICSM) are dedicated to providing you with individualized attention and the best musculoskeletal care available in Helena, Montana. Our friendly and professional staff is here to serve you with prompt and compassionate service, and our goal is to always make sure that your visit with us is a positive experience.
Here at PICSM, our providers are Montana’s experts in concussion management and work with local schools to ensure that our young athletes are treated promptly so they can safely return to their sport.
Our providers also specialize in non-surgical regenerative medicine procedures such as stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, which can successfully treat numerous bone, muscle, joint, cartilage, ligament, and tendon injuries. If you are looking for a non-surgical treatment for your pain, then regenerative therapy might be the optimal solution for you.
In addition, our doctors specialize in musculoskeletal (MSK) ultrasound to diagnose many musculoskeletal injuries and nerve entrapment syndromes. Using MSK ultrasound, they can visualize injuries and nerve compression in real time and administer joint or nerve injections with incredible accuracy to ensure your treatment reaches the injured area.
Dr. Steele and Dr. Walton also provide bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). They will review your symptoms, assess your hormone levels, and recommend the optimal mix and dose of hormones so you can feel revived and refreshed again.
Learn more about our procedures and specialties in the pages below.
Call PICSM today at (406) 422-5817 to schedule your appointment or you can request one online. We also welcome walk-ins. You’ll find us conveniently located next to Jade Garden Restaurant across from Shopko.
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