Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program

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Program Overview


To train future sports medicine and non-operative orthopedic providers in the care of athletes or any individual in their community.

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Adena Orthopedic and Spine Institute (AOSI) is located in southern Ohio and serves primarily a rural/blue collar population. Our fellowship offers a unique rural experience in a large multispecialty orthopedic and spine office with a plethora of acute and chronic injuries. Our primary care sports medicine physicians work closely with orthopedic surgeons, foot/ankle surgeons, spine surgeons, interventional pain management physicians, and neurologists to care for a population spanning a nine county service area. Rotations will offer a mix of fracture care, sports injuries, chronic orthopedic/musculoskeletal complaints, dedicated procedure visits, and imaging reviews – working with a good mix of patient ages.

The fellow will have a broad sports medicine exposure to high school athlete care/injuries through sideline and training room coverage. They also will have exposure to the planning and execution of medical coverage for mass participation events.

To augment training and further exposure to the medical care of non-traditional sports (i.e. climbing, rafting, hiking, caving) our fellowship program encourages, and will cover the cost of a four week Wilderness Medicine elective with either the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) or the Wilderness Medical Society to allow the fellow to gain additional certification in wilderness medicine.

The clinical experience the fellow will obtain during their year with us will provide a strong foundation for a career in sports medicine especially as it pertains to non-operative orthopedic care in a rural setting. 


Clinical Experiences

Primary Care Sports Medicine 

Elective Rotations

Coverage and Training

Curriculum, Conferences, and Research 


How to Apply

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