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Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Program

  • Program: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
  • Location: King of Prussia, PA

Leadership

  • Program Director: Matthew Grady
  • Associate Program Director:
    • Gary Dorshimer, MD, FACP, FCPP
  • Core Faculty:
    • Arthur Bartolozzi, MD — Director of Sports Medicine, Aria 3B Orthopaedics
    • Christina Master, MD, FAAP, CAQSM — Sports Medicine Pediatrician
    • Theodore Ganley, MD — Director of Sports Medicine

Fellowship Details

  • Accepts: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine
  • Number of Fellows: 2

Training Locations

  • Needs to be updated

Teams Coverage

  • Professional
    • Philadelphia Eagles (NFL)
    • Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
  • College
    • West Chester University (Division II)
    • Rowan University (Division III)
    • University of Pennsylvania (Division I)
  • High School: Local

Event Coverage

  • Penn Relays
  • Philadelphia Escape Triathlon
  • Philadelphia Marathon
  • Rock and Roll Marathon
  • A regional collegiate wrestling tournament at the University of Pennsylvania.

Curriculum

  • Longitudinal experience in pediatric sports medicine weekly with Dr. Grady
    • This includes a high volume of concussion and general pediatric sports medicine
  • Longitudinal experience in family medicine sports medicine with Dr. McGrath
    • This includes a high volume of ultrasound guided injections and other procedures
  • Longitudinal experience in orthopaedic sports medicine with Dr. Bartolozzi
    • This includes procedures and operating room observation
  • Training with MSK ultrasound and ultrasound-guided procedures throughout the year
  • Half-day per week in primary specialty office per ACGME guidelines
  • Monthly didactic lectures with core faculty and weekly didactic lectures with Dr. Grady
  • Radiology interpretation on a daily basis with core faculty
    • Elective time with musculoskeletal radiologists within the CHOP/Penn system
  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation experience in the clinic setting, learning both operative and non-operative rehabilitation strategies
  • Experience with orthopaedic subspecialty surgeons, including:
    • Foot and ankle
    • Hand and shoulder
    • Spine
  • Elective rotations available:
    • Exercise physiology
    • Pulmonary
    • Cardiology
    • All pediatric orthopaedic subspecialties including:
      • Spine
      • Hand/elbow
      • Foot/ankle

Contact Information

  • Program Coordinator:
    • Email:
    • Phone:
    • Fax:

External Links


See Also


Created by:
John Kiel on 10 June 2019 03:50:44
Last edited:
31 October 2020 15:35:53
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