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Sports Medicine

Physician Credentials


  • Board Certified

    • American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

    • Subspecialty Certification – Sports Medicine

  • Board Examiner

    • American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

  • Presenter/Expert

    • American College of Sports Medicine

    • American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

    • Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports & Occupational Rehabilitation

  • ​Team Physicians

    • Head Team Physician: Gordon Tech High School, Chicago, IL

    • Consultant:  Chicago Fire Soccer Club, Bridgeview, IL

    • Consultant: York High School, Elmhurst, IL

    • Consultant: Women’s World Cup Soccer Tournament, Chicago, IL 1998


With more than 15 years of experience covering local, professional and international sports, our physicians provide aggressive non-surgical care for a wide variety of athletes. We treat athletes of all ages participating in all sports, from amateur to professional. We have specialized experience treating elite level baseball, soccer, football and running injuries. Our physicians provide on-field, event and training room coverage, as well as assist in team physicals and medical consultation and treatment. Our goal is to get athletes back to play as quickly and safely as possible.

What types of conditions do we treat?


Our physicians are expertly trained to manage sprain and strains as well as the following common muscle, joint and bone conditions: 

  • Spine: osteoarthritis, herniated discs, stress fractures, radiculopathy

  • Shoulders: effusions, AC joint sprains, rotator cuff tears, dislocations, impingement, little league shoulder

  • Elbows: ulnar collateral ligament, tendonitis, tendinosis, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, little league elbow

  • Wrists: tendonitis

  • Hips: tendonitis, labral tears, hip pointers

  • Knees: effusions, patellofemoral pain, meniscus tears, ACL or PCL tears, MCL or LCL sprains

  • Ankles/Feet: effusions, sprains, tendonitis, achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis

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