Whether you’re looking for an orthopaedic surgeon to repair your torn ACL, answers to why you are experiencing foot pain while running or seeking nutritional guidance as you prepare for your next event, the specialists with University of Utah Health Care Sports Medicine are here for every body.
Our competitive advantage is highlighted by our team of experts throughout different departments and divisions within the University of Utah who employ a collaborative approach in treating the whole patient. Patients are guided throughout the injury, rehabilitation, treatment and training process by a team of professionals dedicated to getting you back on the field of play in sports, work or life.
Tune to 1280 The Zone on Thursdays at 6pm for the University of Utah Health Care | Doc Talk Show when board certified physicians and sports medicine experts provide valuable tips and information on how to better YOUR overall health while reducing sports related injuries.
Visit us online for more information: http://sportsmed.uofuhealth.org
Dr Chris Gee joined Hans Olsen for another edition of Doc Talk.
Dr Chris Gee joined Hans Olsen for another edition for Doc Talk.
Hans Olsen was joined by Dr Chris Gee for another edition of Doc Talk.
Dr. Gee is a Board Certified Emergency Physician who focuses on the treatment of emergent conditions at the University Hospital and South Jordan Health Center Emergency Departments. He is a member of the teaching faculty at the University Hospital and educates resident physicians and medical students through clinical teaching rounds and formalized didactic sessions. In addition, he is Board Certified in Sports Medicine and treats a number of musculoskeletal, neurologic, pulmonary, cardiac, and metabolic issues surrounding athletes and active patients. He is involved in the core faculty of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and helps educate Sports Medicine Fellows and resident physicians in clinical settings and through formal didactics.
Emily Harold, MD, is a board-certified physician specializing in sports medicine. She received her bachelor's degree from Washington University, where she also played basketball and contributed to three National Championship teams. Dr. Harold received her medical degree from Ohio State University, and went on to complete a fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. While in Cleveland, she worked with local high school and college sports teams, as well as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Browns. Her professional interests include overuse and sports injuries, injury prevention, and strains and fractures in athletes of all ages. In her leisure time, Dr. Harold enjoys skiing, hiking, running and spending time with her family. She joined Hans Olsen on Thursday night for another edition of Doc Talk.
Tony Parks was joined by Dr. Robert Burks, Head of Sports Medicine and a Team Physician for University of Utah Athletics.
Tony Parks was joined by Dr Amy Powell for another edition of Doc Talk.
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