Sports Medicine Division

Sports Medicine provides opportunities for medical students, residents, and fellows to learn about primary care sports medicine with an emphasis on musculoskeletal medicine. In addition to treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal complaints, we offer more advanced learning opportunities in biomechanics and orthotics, and advanced procedural techniques using ultrasound and fluoroscopy.

The Sports Medicine Division has made extensive efforts to provide curriculum that is enjoyable and educational for our learners. Learning opportunities include:

Sports Medicine Fellowship

  • Work with NCAA Division I athletes and community athletes
  • Learn advance ultrasound diagnostic and injection techniques
  • Biomechanically evaluate patients and fashion custom orthotics
  • Opportunities to learn fluoroscopic injections
  • Weekly didactics covering musculoskeletal and primary care sports medicine topics
  • To learn more about our fellowship, visit our Sports Medicine Fellowship page

Sports Medicine Residency Tract

  • One first year resident applicant is selected to enter the tract every year
  • As schedule permits, they have a weekly sports medicine continuity clinic
  • Attend weekly didactic covering emergency and musculoskeletal sections
  • Will progress to independent community sports medicine coverage

Sports Medicine Rotation

  • During their second year of training all family medicine residents rotate
  • Outside applicants and medical students can apply for rotations
  • 2-4 week rotations working in sports medicine clinic to learn:
    • Evaluation of common musculoskeletal complaint
    • Common palpation guided injection techniques
  • Weekly sports medicine didactics with hands on musculoskeletal exam skills teaching

We have been committed to helping our learners improve their knowledge and skill in sports medicine while helping them see the importance of this primary care specialty. We are committed to quality improvement for our patients and learners.

Please contact us to learn more information:

Jennifer Banks
Sports Medicine Coordinator