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OS1 Sports Injury Clinic
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Better.  Sooner.

We understand that injuries often occur outside of regular office hours and require prompt attention and treatment. That’s why OS1 Sports Injury Clinic is excited to offer BetterSooner.com, so our patients can get the care they need when they need it. The benefits of using OS1 include:




Patient Portal and Appointment Request

Os1 Sports Injury Clinic offers patients access to our Patient Portal and Online Appointment Scheduler. The patient portal allows you to access all of your patient records and also pay your bill online! Our convieniant Online Appointment Scheduler allows you to make appoinments with us easliy so you can be seen sooner more efficiently by our staff. Please click the link today!

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Our Team

Matthew B. Beidleman, MD CAQSM

Matthew Beidleman serves as OS1 Sports Injury Clinic’s primary medical provider. As non-surgical Sports Medicine physician, Dr. Beidleman can evaluate and treat all types of orthopedic issues, including sports related injuries and non-sports-related musculoskeletal conditions including osteoarthritis.

Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Dr. Beidleman is a graduate of Homewood High School, The University of Alabama, and The University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham. He completed his Family Medicine residency at the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine at UT Medical Center in Knoxville, TN, where he was elected to serve as Chief Resident in his third year. He was honored to be selected to come home and finish his training with a fellowship in Non-Operative Sports Medicine and Orthopedics from the American Sports Medicine institute (ASMI), at the world-renowned Andrew’s Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center.

While in fellowship he gained valuable clinical orthopedic experience. During this time, he also assisted as a team physician for Homewood High School, Samford University, Birmingham Southern University, The Birmingham Barons, and The Alabama Ballet.  In his free time, he enjoys cheering on his alma mater, the Crimson Tide in most any sport, while spending time with his wife, Kate, and his golden retriever, Franklin.

Bryan Wimbish, CRNP

Bryan Wimbish, CRNP, is a Board-Certified Family and Emergency Medicine Nurse Practitioner with sports medicine training. Bryan graduated Magna Cum Laude with his Master of Science in Nursing from the prestigious Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, after earning his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Samford University. Prior to becoming a Nurse Practitioner, he worked in the UAB and Birmingham VA Emergency Department for 6 years as a Registered Nurse.

Bryan is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners as well as the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.

When he isn’t working, Bryan enjoys spending time with his wife, attending church, playing sports, hunting (golf balls included), and exercising.

Physician Advisory Board Members

Jeffrey R. Dugas, MD

Jeffrey R. Dugas, MD

Andrews Sports Medicine - Chairman

Norman E. Waldrop, III, MD

Norman E. Waldrop, III, MD

Andrews Sports Medicine

Benton A. Emblom, MD

Benton A. Emblom, MD

Andrews Sports Medicine

Jay Umarvadia, MD

Jay Umarvadia, MD

Andrews Sports Medicine

Emily Bell Casey, MD

Emily Bell Casey, MD

Andrews Sports Medicine

OS1 COVID-19 Protocol

Patients are allowed ONE visitor.

If you test positive for COVID-19, you may return to the clinic after a full 10 days of isolation (beginning the day you receive your positive test results), per CDC Guidelines
If you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, you may return to the clinic after a full 10 days of isolation OR if you present a negative test result after 7 days of isolation, per CDC Guidelines.

We are doing our very best to keep our patients and staff safe and healthy. Thank you for your cooperation.

❤ Your OS1 Hoover Team

Common Injuries Treated

Our OS1 Sports Injury team is expertly trained to treat musculoskeletal and orthopedic injuries and conditions such as:

Avulsion Injuries

An avulsion fracture occurs when a tendon or ligament that is attached to the bone pulls a piece of the fractured bone off. Avulsion fractures can happen anywhere in the body but are most common in the ankle, hip, finger, and foot. They are more common in children than adults.

Cartilage Injuries

Cartilage is a tough, flexible tissue found throughout the body. Cartilage can become damaged as a result of an acute, sports injury. Cartilage injuries often involves the knees, although joints such as the hips, ankles and elbows can also be affected.


A dislocation injury is where a joint is forced out of normal position. Joints can be dislocated from injury. This usually happens from a fall, an auto accident, or sports. A dislocation is painful and immobilizes the joint. Common dislocated joints are shoulders, elbows, fingers, ankle, and hip.

Fractures (closed, acute fractures)

A closed fracture is a broken bone that does not penetrate the skin. While a closed fracture does not penetrate the skin, there can still be severe soft-tissue injury associated with closed fractures. The most common closed fractures include: broken wrist, clavicle, arm and ankle fractures.

Ligament injuries (sprain, strain, tear)

Ligaments are strong bands of tissue that connect bones at a joint. A sprain is an injury that causes a stretch or a tear in a ligament. Sprains may be classified as mild, moderate, or severe. A strain is a stretch or tear of a muscle or tendon.

Muscle & tendon injuries (strains, tendinitis)

The most common soft tissues injured are muscles, tendons and ligaments. These injuries often occur during sports and exercise activities, but sometimes simple everyday activities can cause an injury. Sprains, strains and contusions, as well as tendonitis and bursitis are common soft-tissue injuries.


Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It occurs when the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of your bones wears down over time. Although osteoarthritis can damage any joint, the disorder most commonly affects joints in your hands, knees and hips.

Overuse Injuries (impingement, tendinitis)

Overuse injuries are subtle and usually occur over time, making them challenging to diagnose and treat. They are the result of repetitive micro-trauma to the tendons, bones, and joints. Common examples include tennis elbow, Little Leaguer’s elbow, runner’s knee and Achilles tendinitis.

Sports concussions

A sports concussion is a traumatic injury to the brain that alters mental status or causes other symptoms. Many people assume they do not have a concussion if they have not lost consciousness. However, significant injury can occur without losing consciousness at all.

Sports injuries

In the US, about 30 million children and teens participate in some form of organized sports. More than 3.5 million injuries each year, which cause some loss of time of participation, are experienced by these participants. Almost one-third of all childhood injuries are sports-related.

Sports physicals

Sports physicals, also called pre-participation physicals, are a great way to make sure an athlete can safely play. A sports physical focuses on an athlete’s health history and physical exam only as it relates to sports and is much more limited than a regular physical at a peds office..

Stingers & burners

Stingers and burners are injuries that occur when nerves in the neck and shoulder are stretched or compressed after an impact. These injuries are common in contact or collision sports and are named for the stinging or burning pain that spreads from the shoulder to the hand. A burner or stinger can feel like an electric shock or lightning bolt down the arm.

Stress Fractures

A stress fracture is a hairline crack that can occur in bones from repeated or prolonged use. The most common sites for stress fracture are the foot bones (metatarsals), shin bone (tibia), outer lower leg bone (fibula), thigh bone (femur), and back bones (vertebrae).


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    1031 Brocks Gap Pkwy, Suite 185 Hoover, AL  35244  USA

    We understand that injuries often occur outside of regular office hours and require prompt attention and treatment.

    Our Services

    Digital X-Ray
    Sprains, Dislocations or Joint Injury
    Durable Medical Equipment
    Osteo Arthritis
    Other over-use issues

    Our Hours of Operation

    • Mon : 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
    • Tues : 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
    • Wed : 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
    • Thurs : 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
    • Fri : 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
    • Sat : 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Sun : 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    •   Holiday Hours will be posted on our Social Media Pages