Active Living and Sports Medicine

About Sports Medicine

Don’t let an injury keep you from enjoying the activities you enjoy. Whether you’re a competitive athlete looking to return to competition, a grandparent with a sore elbow, or anyone in-between, our Active Living & Sports Medicine Team is here to diagnose, treat, and help prevent injuries for people of all ages and activity/ability levels. Our experienced sports medicine physicians and staff have the knowledge, expertise, and state-of-the-art tools to help you get back to doing the things in your life that you want—or need—to do as quickly and safely as possible.

Sports Medicine Providers

  • Richard Morgan
    Dr. Richard (Rick) Morgan values helping people stay active, productive, and healthy in hi...
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  • Dale Rellas
    Dr. Dale Rellas believes compassion, communication, and dedication to helping others are t...
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CSU Office

Our fellowship-trained sports medicine physicians provide nonsurgical treatment and care for athletes and nonathletes of all abilities. In addition, CSU Urgent Care with extended weekday and weekend hours is available to you and your family to provide exceptional, convenient care for when you need it most.

CSU Office
151 W. Lake St., Ste. 1500, Fort Collins
(970) 237-8200

The best access to the CSU Office is off of College Avenue at Lake Street (Lake Street is one block north of Prospect Road). Free patient parking is only available in the south lot off of Lake Street. The MAX Prospect Station is also located directly west of the building.

Areas of expertise
  • Arthritis/osteoarthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Concussion
  • Diastasis Recti
  • Fractures
  • Herniated discs
  • Iliotibial band syndrome

  • Injuries (ankle, hamstring, knee, shoulder, rotator cuff, foot, overuse)
  • Joint pain (elbow, hip, knee, shoulder, ankle)
  • Joint tendinitis (knee, elbow, hip, shoulder, ankle)
  • Ligament injuries and disorders
  • Neck/back/spine pain

  • Nerve diseases (radiculopathy, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome)
  • Spinal disorders (spinal stenosis and scoliosis, etc.)
  • Sprains and strains
  • Tears (hamstring, meniscus, etc.)

Services available
  • Problem diagnosis using various imaging and examination techniques
  • MRI reading and interpretation
  • Ultrasound imaging (used diagnostically to view soft tissues; used therapeutically to accurately guide injections into precise areas when necessary)

  • Digital X-ray and X-ray interpretation
  • Injections (cortisone, platelet rich plasma [PRP])
  • Gait analysis and training
  • Throwing mechanics evaluation

  • Exercise prescription
  • Care coordination with local orthopedic surgeons for injuries or conditions that may require surgery (complete a pre-evaluation and offer treatment options Follow-up post-surgery Provide rehabilitation prescription and physical therapy referrals when necessary)

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