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Sports Medicine Fellowship Curriculum
Sports Medicine Clinics: The patients are seen by the fellow who evaluates, diagnoses and develops treatment plan in conjunction with the primary care sports attending. This clinic is held in the Orthopaedic sports center with direct contact with the orthopaedic sports medicine specialists.
Family Medicine Clinics: This is a primary care continuity clinic held one half day a week in which the fellow sees his/her own patient population.
Sports Medicine Meetings/Didactics: The fellows meet with the attendings once a week to talk about administrative business and have a didactic teaching session.
Sports Medicine Conferences: The Orthopaedic sports medicine program and the primary sports medicine program meet with the trainers and physical therapists to discuss various sports related topics. (Didactic, research, events, etc.)
High School Training Room: The fellow is responsible for his/her own high school. Usually spending one afternoon each week evaluating athletes with sports related injuries.
Kentucky State University and Eastern Kentucky University Training Room: Fellows go to the training room once each week to evaluate various injuries and develop treatment plans with the trainer.
UK Training Room: Fellows go to the training room once each week for evaluation and treatment of injuries.
Event Coverage: Fellows are responsible for on-field coverage of multiple events throughout the year.
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