Clinical Training

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

  • 2/7/19
    Training at Division I sports matches, you’ll learn how to quickly and confidently respond to acute injuries.
  • 6/5/15
    You’ll gain insights into the organization of mass participation athletic events and how to medically manage patients in these settings.
  • 10/7/15
    Our former sports medicine fellows will acquaint you with different aspects of the fellowship during your weeklong orientation.
  • 6/5/15
    You’ll work with fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeons to gain competence caring for patients with musculoskeletal injuries.
  • 6/5/15
    You’ll evaluate hundreds of athletes during this rotation, determining their physical readiness for sports.
  • 6/5/15
    You’ll provide longitudinal care to student-athletes with a variety of medical concerns.
  • 6/11/15
    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.
  • 3/4/20
    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.
  • 6/5/15
    Our customizable electives allow you to explore your interests — or discover new ones.