Pierre A. d'Hemecourt, MD is a sports medicine physician and the director of primary care sports medicine in the Sports Medicine Division at Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. d'Hemecourt's clinical interests include ultrasound-guided injections, platelet-rich plasma injections, spinal injuries, concussion management, and distance running injuries. He sees patients in Boston and Waltham.
Dr. d'Hemecourt is the director of the primary care sports medicine fellowship program having worked very hard over the past 20 years bringing it up to ACGME standards. Having instructed countless fellows over the past two decades, he has also served as team physician to multiple schools in the Boston area and is involved in many different sporting events throughout Massachusetts. Since 2007, Dr. d'Hemecourt has served as a co-medical chair of the Boston Marathon, which has led to his interest in helping to establish the International Institute of Race Medicine.
Dr. d'Hemecourt is the founder and director of the Muskuloskeletal Ultrasound Sports Clinic, founder of the Sports Concussion Clinic, founder of the Running Program, and is well published in the area of spinal injuries sustained by athletes.