Sports Medicine Fellowship
St Mary's Family Medicine Residency is excited to announce the establishment of a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship - a joint venture between the residency & Rocky Mountain Orthopedic Associates. The fellowship was granted certification in January 2011.
Sports Medicine Faculty
About the Fellowship
Sports Medicine Faculty
The FM faculty are: Drs. Mike Reeder, Rich Price, Lance Reynoso, & John Whiteside. The orthopedic faculty are: Drs. Mike Huang, & Mark Luker.
Mike Reeder, DO, CAQ
Dr. Reeder attended Ohio University med school. He completed an ER Residency at Akron General & his Fellowship at Albany Medical Center in NY. He moved here in 1996 to work with the Residency, Mesa State College & private practice. He's interested in all aspects of non-surgical orthopedics/sports medicine, exercise physiology, & biomechanics. He especially enjoys bicycling, cross-country skiing, & time with his expanding family.
Rich Price, MD, CAQ
Dr. Price trained at the University of Utah. He practiced primary care & sports medicine for 5 years in Mammoth Lakes, CA where he was medical director for the Human Performance Lab, Team Physician for the US Ski & Snowboard Team, USA Running, & is a level 2 certified USA Cycling Coach & father of twins.
2013-14 Sports Medicine Fellow
Nathaniel Harlow, DO
Dr. Harlow graduated from St. Mary’s Family Medicine Residency Program in 2010. He has spent the last few years practicing in Del Norte, Colorado. We are excited to have him back as the Sports Medicine Fellow.
2014-15 Sports Medicine Fellow
Karen Frye, DO
Dr. Frye attended the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medcine and will graduate from the University of Kentucky Family Medicine Residency Program. She will be joining us in July 2014.
About the Fellowship
Rocky Mountain Orthopedic Associates is the home for musculoskeletal medicine. www.rmodocs.com. RMOA is a state of the art, multispecialty orthopedic practice with fellowship trained subspecialists in foot & ankle, hand, pediatrics, PMR, rheumatology, spine, sports medicine, & joint replacement; plus complete on-site imaging.
The primary care component will be at St. Mary's Family Medicine Center, a 29,700 sq ft. facility specially designed for the residency, walking distance from the hospital. Its 34 exam rooms have facilities for minor surgery, fetal monitoring & ultrasound, gyn procedures, patient education, fiber-optic endoscopy, counseling & a spacious precepting area.
As a new fellowship we are interested in a dynamic doctor who is willing to explore academic possibilities.
Our planned schedule consists of:
Five half days a week in sports medicine clinic
Two half days a week in primary care clinic
One half day each of: exercise treadmill testing, musculoskeletal radiology & research/academic time
The fellow will do some call as attending faculty
Elective time occurs throughout the year & includes: Imaging / Radiology, specialty surgical clinics for Hand / Foot & Ankle / Spine, Nutrition, Rheumatology, Preventative Cardiology & Sports Psychology.
The Fellow is expected to participate in a research project, submit at least one paper for publication, & present at a sports medicine meeting. The fellowship is involved with the Monfort Human Performance Lab at Colorado Mesa University where they will have the opportunity to become involved in ongoing research with its nationally recognized staff. www.coloradomesa.edu.
During the winter months, the Fellow will spend at least a month working at one of two ski area clinics. Our fellowship has links to Copper Mountain Medical Clinic & Dr. Peter Hackett's Institute for Altitude Medicine in Telluride. www.altitudemedicine.org. The ski clinic experience provides extensive exposure to acute sports & orthopedic trauma.
During the football season, the Fellow & an attending will cover home games for one of the area high school football teams. The fellow & an attending will staff a Monday evening sports injury clinic for local high school athletes & have the opportunity to work with Colorado Mesa University athletes.
Applicants should be US Medical School graduates that are in their third year or recently graduated from an accredited Family Medicine Residency Program & should be eligible for CO licensure. We recommend current ACLS, & ATLS certification.
If the applicant is accepted for the fellowship position the following are required prior to starting the fellowship:
Completion of an ACGME-accredited residency in Family Medicine
Board Certified or Board Eligible in Family Medicine
Unrestricted Colorado Medical License and DEA license
Applications should include (via ERAS):
Current Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)
Three letters of recommendation
USMLE/Comlex Steps 1, 2 CK, CS, and 3
Copy of medical school Dean's Letter/Program evaluation letter (MSPE)
Copy of your medical school transcript
Copy of your medical school diploma
Copy of your current medical license and DEA license
Letter of documentation of good standing and expected completion of residency from current Program Director.
Applications are received and reviewed through ERAS.