Specializing in sports medicine, my goal is to help people heal their injuries and get back to the activities they... Read More
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Graduated in 1997
Completed in 2002
Completed in 2004
Graduated in 1992
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Specializing in sports medicine, my goal is to help people heal their injuries and get back to the activities they love, whether it be a college football player, a weekend warrior who wants to run a 5K, or a grandmother who wants to be able to pick up the grandchildren. Through nonoperative treatments, including physical therapy, occasional medications, injections and bracing, many injuries can be overcome. When surgery is required, the most meticulous care is given to restoring function.