Riverside, CA 92506.
Jim Clover, MED, AT, PTA, CES
Riverside Medical Clinic – Sports Clinic 6am to 8am Monday – Friday please get there 30 minutes before the clinic closes, to receive a proper evaluation and treatment. For Highs School Athletes (ask your athletic director if your school is contracted)
& treatment for non-contracted school and other athletes or active people – $40.00 initial visit follow-up treatment $25.00. These are done at The Sports Clinic during the hours of the Sports Clinic.
Preparticipation Screenings (Also known as “Sports Physicals) are offered “Athletes are to be accompanied by a parent or guardian” $40.00 Cash
- Brockton Clinic @ 7117 Brockton Ave. Riverside, 92506 – Monday – Wednesday (3pm to 5pm) Thursday – Friday from 4pm to 5pm
- Mission Grove Clinic @ 19314 Jesse Lane #100, Riverside 92508 – Monday – Friday (By Appointment only) – Colin Christensen, D.O, at (951) 321-6539
- Eastvale Clinic @ 12742 Limonite Ave., Eastvale, 92880 Monday-Friday (by appointment only) Anthony Nguyen, M.D. at (951) 739-2750
- (This does not take the place of your annual physical – if you have anything that needs follow up, you will be referred back to your physician for follow-up care and treatment)
- Charles Ballard, D.O. Eastvale Clinic 12742 Limonite Ave. Eastvale (by appointment only) (951) 739-2712
- Michael Saito, M.D. Brockton Clinic 7117 Brockton Clinic Riverside (by appointment only) (951) 782-3682
31st Inland All-Star Football Classic
Congratulation to the Selected Coaches
Riverside County Coach – Jeff Steinberg -Rancho Verde High School
San Bernardino Coach – Nick Rogers of -Cajon High School
- Video’s of some of the “All -Star” Classics are now on line –
Go to to the SPORT Clinic Facebook and see the picture from the game. Thank you to all the sponsors. Riverside Medical Clinic, Adrenaline, Robertson, Moss Bros., City National Bank, The Tartan in Redlands, OrthoXpres, Romano’s, Ancho’s, Jostens, City of Riverside, Riverside Unified, Riverside Police Department, Mayor Rusty Bailey, Debbi Guthrie, Darrel Hansen and John Tibbels
Special thanks to Rodney Kyles and David Zink for all they did. Joyce & Tim Swalley Tim Waldron, Nancy & Bob Clark & the Family and all the many volunteers.
My New Book Is out
SPORTS MEDICINE ESSENTIALS: CORE CONCEPTS IN ATHLETIC TRAINING & FITNESS INSTRUCTION, 3rd Edition introduces essential skills in Sports Medicine, along with its growing number of career choices. Key topics address fitness assessment, conditioning, emergency preparedness, injury management, therapeutic modalities, nutrition, ethical and legal considerations, and much more. Students will explore careers in fitness instruction, athletic training, exercise physiology, sports management, and even physical therapy, while practicing important, job-related skills. More than a text, this unique hands-on learning tool asks students to perform essential skills, such as taping injuries, researching sports medicine supplies and their costs, and even forming a mock safety committee to mitigate injury risks to athletes.
Our athletes receive the best care. If you need a referral to see a sports medicine specialist let me know. Riverside Medical Clinic (http://www.riversidemedicalclinic.com) has an incredible medical staff with “Legendary Care” to get you back to your game.
We will be here to help you or your child through any injury that may occur. If you are a high school, college or recreational athletes RMC Sports Clinic is here for you. I have been taking care of athletes for over 33 years. Every day we are excited to have the opportunity to help you.
Concussion care is here the Riverside Medical Clinic. We are on the cutting edge for the evaluation, treatment, prevention, education and implementation of what is needed to be done at the schools. I, as you, want everyone to continue to participate and enjoy sports, there is nothing better. But we are going through a change. It is tough on some people, if someone says there is no such thing as a concussion or they don’t exist– it is time to separate your child from that coach, because it is not a safe environment, because 99.9% of the coach are great and they care for your child. It is important for coaches and parents to understand, the concussion basics, as well as the steps to prevent and properly care for concussed athletes. According to the Center for Disease Control, a concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury typically caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head. A concussion can also occur from a blow to the body that causes the head and brain to move quickly back and forth. This sudden movement of the brain can damage brain cells and create chemical changes in the brain.
Misinformation is what we want to prevent…… we care about each one of your athletes individually. We know that no two athletes are exactly the same, nor are their injuries. Therefore, no two athletes should be treated the same. We pride ourselves on providing an individualistic approach for each concussed athlete. The diagnosis, proper evaluation, treatment and safe return to play programs, are the cornerstones of Riverside Medical Clinic.
Let us share our knowledge with you. Please go to our concussion tab for more information. Any questions e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for visiting and I’ll see you on the sidelines!
Jim Clover, MED, ATC, PTA, CES
General Team Care
If you, your school or your team needs help with sports injuries, let us know we are here to help you. From prevention of ACL knee injuries in girls’ sports, to helping you get through the very confusing health care systems. The RMC Sports Clinic and its physicians are here for you. We have many concerns for your safety and know there are solutions for these concerns. RMC has put highly trained professionals together for a common cause and that is your health.
ACL Injury Prevention
Check out this ACL Prevention dance, this quest here is to land softly and not have your knees go in. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUBVqcFYxdg&list=UUxsVENS0Bqdpf5NLpce5QOg
In Keeping with ACL prevention, Daisy Davalos, Tabitha Toral & Victoria Viramontes from my class at Cal State San Bernardino came up with, a jump rope routine, for your athletes. The importance of this is to 1) land softly 2) Make sure your knee don’t go in 3) knees over your toes. Here is the YouTube. Have your girls basketball, soccer and volleyball try it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZxUe4YMvu0 It’s fun! Great job girls.
Education is the backbone of the RMC Sports Clinic – I have been teaching, high school, college athletes and speaking sectors for years. I pride myself in setting guidelines for the safety of your athletes. Learn how to tape an ankle at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QexF_ATpoGU&list=UUxsVENS0Bqdpf5NLpce5QOg