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Sport medicine clinic for "old" athlete in PDX?

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Hi All,

Can anyone recommend a good sport medicine specialist to help diagnose and treat my knee problem? 10 years ago, I had a nasty bike accident resulting in open tibial fracture. I was able to recover and continue running, hiking and climbing.

Lately (for about a year), I've been experiencing pain in my right knee while running uphill or downhill. I suspect that my knee cartilage got damaged and would like to verify it with MRI and design the optimal treatment strategy.  

Any info would be greatly appreciated!



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