• University of Portland's Official Sports Medicine Providers

    University of Portland's Official Sports Medicine Providers

    Orthopedic + Fracture Specialists Honored to Partner with the Portland Pilots

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  • Official Medical Provider for The Portland Steel

    Official Medical Provider for The Portland Steel

    Orthopedic + Fracture Specialists is proud to announce that we are the official medical providers for Arena Football League's Portland Steel. We are very excited to have the opportunity to provide our expertise and show our support for all the

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  • PIL Open – 6/17/15

    PIL Open – 6/17/15

    The Portland Interscholastic League (PIL) is a high school athletic conference in Portland that is a member of the Oregon School Activities Association. The conference consists of nine local high schools. Wednesday, June 17th is the PIL Open held at

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  • 2015 NWSI

    2015 NWSI

    The NW Summer Invitational presented by HoopSource Basketball on June 13-14, 2015 where high school based boys basketball teams in the Northwest and surrounding states gathered to play some ball! Jesuit High School was filled with D1-D3 level high school

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  • 503-Athlete Picks a Winner!

    503-Athlete Picks a Winner!

    Westview HS junior, Patrick Breslin wins 503-ATHLETE Logo Design Competition! Approximately 90 high school arts, graphics, and marketing students from the Beaverton School District participated in logo design competition for Orthopedic + Fracture (O+F) Specialists’ acute orthopedic injury hotline: 503-ATHLETE,

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  • Metro Ski League 2015!

    Metro Ski League 2015!

    Metro League High School Ski Racing is 12 Portland area high schools with over 150 male and female student athletes who race downhill Alpine skiing every Saturday during the months of January and February. These weekly events take place on Mt. Hood and provide a way for young men and women to socialize, compete and generally enjoy the snow sport of ski racing.

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