Curriculum

Activities include assignments in:

  • Orthopaedics
  • Preventive Cardiology
  • Sports Medicine Outpatient Care
  • Foot and Ankle Orthopedics
  • Musculoskeletal Anatomy
  • Musculoskeltal Diagnostic Imaging
  • Participation in Eastern Michigan University and the University of Michigan athletic team medical care
  • High school athletic team coverage and medical care
  • Continuity family medical care
  • Mass competition coverage
  • Assigned teaching responsibilities (medical student, resident and continuing medical education)
  • Several elective opportunities in areas of special interest
  • Research with a well-developed research infrastructure and experienced faculty mentors
  • Enrollment in the Faculty Development Program

The fellowship training program in primary care sports medicine consists of required longitudinal experiences and elective rotations. The curriculum is designed to meet all ACGME requirements for fellowship accreditation as well as address, in a direct and structured fashion, the educational objectives specified by the American Board of Family Medicine in its examination materials for the Certificate of Added Qualification. 

The fellowship training program draws upon expertise from faculty members and private practice specialists in family medicine, orthopaedics, cardiology, and athletic medicine for required experiences, and from such diverse areas as kinesiology, nutrition, exercise physiology and cardiac rehabilitation, pulmonary medicine, psychology and physical medicine, and rehabilitation for elective experiences.