Clinical Training

Your longitudinal clinical schedule offers you ample hands-on experience with a balance of sports medicine, orthopaedics and primary care training.

Training at Division I sports matches, you’ll learn how to quickly and confidently respond to acute injuries.
You’ll gain insights into the organization of mass participation athletic events and how to medically manage patients in these settings.
Our former sports medicine fellows will acquaint you with different aspects of the fellowship during your weeklong orientation.
You’ll work with fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeons to gain competence caring for patients with musculoskeletal injuries.
You’ll evaluate hundreds of athletes during this rotation, determining their physical readiness for sports.
You’ll provide longitudinal care to student-athletes with a variety of medical concerns.
From novice and non-exercisers to elite athletes, you’ll see a high volume of patients during your sports medicine clinic, managing all aspects of their care.
Covering the UB training room, you’ll enjoy unrestricted access to Division I athletes, enabling you to practice independently and confidently as a team physician.
Our customizable electives allow you to explore your interests — or discover new ones.