By: Jordan Knox, MD About the time I became serious about wanting to go into medicine, it was to practice sports medicine. I had shadowed an orthopedic surgeon and was impressed by his ability to connect with his patients and guide them in returning to the activities they loved. But I always pictured my primary … More Fellowship Series: Sports Medicine
What could be better than a winter trip to the mountains? For many skiers and snowboarders visiting Utah, the answer is absolutely nothing. They plan travel and lodging, prep their equipment, get their passes, and hope for the legendary Utah powder to be abundant during their stay. Unfortunately, while all of the standard preparations may … More For A Mountain Vacation, Allow Time To Acclimatize
by Theadora Sakata It is graduation time in Residency Land, and my time as a family medicine trainee is coming to a close. I am off to the Eastern time zone for a fellowship in sports medicine and find myself in a position common to many geographically mobile members of today’s workforce: a patient in … More How does a Family Physician pick a primary care physician?
by Kyle Goerl What a year! As I write this blog post, I am sitting in the shoes of someone at the culmination of his medical education. I finish my Sports Medicine fellowship recently, and it is hard to believe that this year is, for all intents and purposes, over. To be certain, I don’t … More Report from the Field: Sports Medicine Fellowship