Primary Care Sports Medicine
We emphasize a team approach to sports medicine. Primary care physicians, orthopaedic surgeons, physical therapists, trainers, and others work together, allowing us to utilize available resources and maximize benefits when treating athletes. We believe this is the best way to approach sports medicine.
The Medical College of Wisconsin Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship is a 1-year clinical fellowship which is designed to provide primary care providers with skills and knowledge needed for outpatient evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries and exercise-related medical syndromes.
Fellowship experiences are diverse, encompassing a full range of education, research, and training activities. The schedule is flexible, and fellows spend time in training room clinics and sporting event coverage for a wide range of sports and athletes at many levels, from recreational to professional.
One fellowship position per year. Appointment is as an Instructor of family and community medicine and sports medicine.
Family & Community Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery
Craig Young, MD
Shayne Fehr, MD
Laura Gottschlich, DO
William Raasch, MD
Carole Vetter, MD
Kevin Walter, MD
The Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship is a 1-year clinical fellowship for primary care physicians. Experiences are diverse, encompassing a full range of education, research, and training activities. The schedule is flexible, permitting time to be spent in training room clinics and sport event coverage for a wide range of sports and age/ability levels.
As a clinical instructor, the fellow will also be responsible for teaching medical students and resident in both the family medicine and sports medicine clinics, as well as lecturing at CME conferences and journal clubs.
- Anatomy lab
- Exercise cardiology
- Physical therapy
- Primary care sports medicine
- Training room clinics
- College team physician
- High school team physician
- Professional sports assistant team physician
- Research project & methods workshop
Sporting Event Coverage:
- High school
- Adolescent medicine
- Ballet company assistant physician
- International sports coverage
- Metabolic testing
Family Medicine Community Clinics - Two to three half-days are spent in family medicine continuity clinic, developing other primary care skills. Obstetrics is available but optional.
Call - None. However, sporting event coverage and training room clinics may require evening and weekend hours.
1 year (August 1 to July 31)
MCWAH Terms, Conditions & Benefits of Employment (2014-2015)
The Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals offers its housestaff a comprehensive benefits package.
- Up to four weeks paid vacation
- Time and funds for approved conference attendance
NRMP Match Program
This fellowship participates in the Primary Care Sports Medicine Match sponsored by the National Residency Match Program (NRMP).
How to Apply
Register and submit application through ERAS
- ACGME accreditation
- Anatomy laboratories
- Integrated, multidisciplinary sports as instructors
- International sports coverage
- No call
- Opportunity for exposure to coverage at professional sports level
- Continuity clinics to maintain primary care skills
- Program Brochure PDF
Craig C. Young, MD
Medical Director of Sports Medicine
Anne Kinowski, C-TAGME
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Froedtert Speciality Clinics
9200 W. Wisconsin Avenue
P.O. Box 26099
Milwaukee, WI 53226-0099