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Dr. Barry Kenneally is a nonsurgical sports medicine physician who treats a wide variety orthopedic problems in athletes and non-athletes as well as patients with non-operative orthopedic oncologic conditions. He is from the area and enjoys providing care to his fellow native Philadelphians. He is board certified in nonsurgical sports medicine and family medicine. He works with numerous athletes and teams in the area to treat sports injuries and help them to compete. He also treats many former athletes and non-athletes who have more chronic conditions. Dr. Kenneally is involved in writing articles and textbooks in sports medicine and also lectures on various topics in the field. Dr. Kenneally serves as an assistant Team Physician for the Philadelphia 76ers.
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Sports Medicine is the medical specialty concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries due to athletic activity. Many of these disorders are treated with arthroscopic surgery, a minimally invasive surgical method that utilizes a camera to look inside a joint and specialized instruments to carry out any necessary surgery in that joint. The practice of sports medicine is a team approach with input from orthopaedic surgeon, non-surgical sports specialists, rehabilitation specialist, athletic trainer, and physical therapist. The internationally recognized Sports Medicine Center at the Rothman Institute is one of the world?s most trusted practices for the treatment of sports related injuries. Pioneers of advanced surgical equipment and innovative surgical techniques, our specialists evaluate over 40,000 sports injuries and perform more than 3,000 sports surgeries for athletes of all levels per year.