The Center for Primary Care and Sports Medicine and Dr. Lawrence T. Kacmar remain as an independent, stand alone clinic. Dr. Kacmar and his staff are committed to a patient centered care model that promotes patient advocacy above all else.
When a patient comes to visit, they can trust that our commitment to excellence will help them through their trying period. If our knowledge of most current and up to date treatments is not enough, we will involve other specialists with the same commitment to excellence to achieve the best result.
Dr. Kacmar is a family physician who is board-certified in both primary care and in sports medicine. A former athlete (collegiate football), Dr. Kacmar recognizes the value of preventing and treating sports injuries in the context of primary care. Dr. Kacmar attended Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his residency in family medicine at West Suburban Hospital in Oak Park, Illinois. After completing a fellowship in sports medicine at Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, he worked in various settings, including family medicine, sports medicine, and as the medical director for physical therapy and outpatient rehabilitation. Today, he is the medical director for the Center for Primary Care and Sports Medicine, and he holds a teaching affiliation with Loyola University Chicago - Strict School of Medicine and Aurora University. He is the team physician for all collegiate athletes at Aurora University. He remains active in the sports world, providing medical coverage for professional, high school club and team athletes. He also coaches in local soccer leagues and lectures on both preventive and sports medicine.