Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship
Penn State Sports Medicine, part of Penn State Hershey Bone and Joint Institute, has been providing orthopaedic, sports medicine and physical therapy services to Penn State Athletics and the State College community in central Pennsylvania since 1992.
What to Expect
Fellows at Penn State Sports Medicine will have the opportunity to participate directly in the care of all 31 Division 1A Penn State sports teams, men's and women's rugby teams, professional athletes, and recreational athletes in the State College community. Fellows play a role in onsite field coverage for athletic teams as scheduling demands, experience and interest dictate.
Penn State Sports Medicine also provides medical care for the State College Spikes, a minor league baseball team, located adjacent to the Penn State campus.
Fellows have the opportunity to develop a research project, participate in the planning and medical coverage of the USTAF 50 mile championship event, and focus on areas of special interest through elective rotations. Fellows work closely in conjunction with Penn State Hershey Family and Community Medicine to maintain and build upon knowledge and skill base through a weekly continuity clinic. Fellows further their teaching skills by lecturing and precepting of medical students and family medicine residents. In addition, fellows will gain experience with diagnostic and interventional musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Fellows work with and learn from fellowship trained sports medicine physicians and orthopaedic surgeons, physical therapists, certified athletic trainers, musculoskeletal radiologists, a physiatrist, sports psychologists, exercise physiologists, a sports nutritionist, and other specialists. Meet our Penn State Sports Medicine team.
Our team has nationally reviewed and published research in numerous journals including topics in traumatic brain injury, shoulder and knee reconstruction, and athletic medicine.
Although education is the primary goal of our fellowship program, excellence and compassion in the care of each individual patient are equally important objectives. Scientific knowledge, combined with the ability to listen to patients and colleagues and communicate with them effectively, enables fellows to maximize their experience. We offer support and guidance as fellows work to develop their highest potential and render the best of care to our patients.
1. Three letters of recommendation mailed directly by the author to the address below
(One letter should be from your Residency Program Director)
2. A complete list of all Sports Medicine related rotations completed
3. Medical school diploma
4. USMLE or COMLEX scores
5. ECFMG certificate (if applicable)
6. Medical school dean's letter
7. Medical school transcript
Meet our Faculty
Get to know our Penn State Sports Medicine team.
For questions and inquiries:
Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship Program Coordinator
Penn State Sports Medicine
1850 East Park Ave., Suite 112
State College, PA 16803