DMC Sports Medicine is here to help you feel better. We consider “sports” to be anything you do on a regular basis. Whether your injury occurred during a game on the field, a recreational bike ride or while carrying a laundry basket, we can get you on your way to better health and increased mobility. We diagnose and treat a wide variety of injuries and movement-related issues and regularly see patients of all ages from those in their teens to their senior years. We can even help alleviate gout pain.
DMC Sports Medicine is led by John F. Welter, DO. He specializes in trigger-point injections, steroid injections into joint, tendon or bursa, sciatic nerve blocks and sacroiliac joint injections. He has performed these procedures on patients for head-to-toe complaints. Dr. Welter involves his patients in all aspects of their treatment plan and values his patients’ input. He uses a variety of educational methods so the patient has a clear understanding of the complexities of their condition.
John Welter, DO
Dr. Welter’s goal is always for his patients to leave our office feeling better than when they arrived! Dr. Welter is board certified in Family Practice and is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. He is Doctor of Osteopathy and is able to perform Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) on his patients. To learn more about Dr. Welter, please click here. Please note that Dr. Welter is seeing patients at 15 Tsienneto Road, Derry, NH.
Adam Androlia, DO
Dr. Adam Androlia is a board certified family medicine and sports medicine provider who practices in our Bedford and Derry offices. He earned his undergraduate degree from Occidental College and his medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences. He completed his family medicine residency, and his sports medicine fellowship at the University of South Carolina.
Dr. Androlia is a proponent of utilizing exercise as medicine. He believes in working with his patients to create consistent and realistic treatment plans. When applicable to the patient, he utilizes OMT (osteopathic manipulative treatment) as a non-invasive, holistic option for care. Additionally, he looks forward to treating patients with or at high risk for chronic disease, and acute injuries. Over the course of his career, he has had the pleasure of caring for novice to professional athletes, and actively volunteers for sports related coverage opportunities across the state.