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Primary Care-Based Fellowship


Applications must be submitted to ERAS no later than September 30th at midnight, each year.

 

BACKGROUND

Sports Medicine has had a presence on the campus of Michigan State University since August 1977. It initially began with the care of the intercollegiate athlete. As of September 1981, the fee-for-service Sports Medicine Clinic was developed to care for the community athlete population. Care continues to be provided by health care providers from the Colleges of Human Medicine and Osteopathic Medicine, trainers from the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, plus other allied health care professionals.

PURPOSE STATEMENT

The fellowship graduated its first two physicians in June of 1986. The fellowship is 12 months in length, beginning July 1 and ending June 30 of each year. It constitutes an offering in postgraduate specialized training in sports medicine to residency-trained practitioners in family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, emergency medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation. It represents the first in-depth educational and clinical experiences involving a sports medicine fellowship at a NCAA Division I university. The fellowship was accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education on 09/11/1996. It continues to be an accredited program under the family practice residency at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan.

CURRICULUM

The Sports Medicine curriculum provides an excellent experience for the Sports Medicine Fellow to achieve the cognitive knowledge, psychomotor skills, interpersonal skills, professional attitude and practical experience required in the care of patients with problems related to sports and exercise. The curriculum is a 12-month program that is primarily outpatient-based. Fellows acquire the majority of their experience working in the Sports Medicine Clinic with primary care providers and the orthopedic surgical faculty involved in the program. Opportunities to work with subspecialists that are pertinent to Sports Medicine are utilized.

The clinical practice setting is the foundation of this fellowship. Orthopedics, sports injuries, human performance and rehabilitation and medical issues related to sports, share the major emphasis. The sports medicine fellow sees patients that are representative of all age groups, sexes and level of experience in sporting/exercise interests or activities in the sports medicine clinic on a regular basis. Athletes at all skill levels will be represented in the patient mix as well. The curriculum includes both prevention and treatment of sports injuries. It includes promoting healthy lifestyles for some and optimal functional status for others. The program of study includes diagnostic orthopedics, exercise prescriptions, sports/orthopedic radiology, nutrition in medicine, preventive medicine, plus subspecialty medicine and surgery electives. Clinical experiences include involvement in the sports medicine clinic, on-site medical management of community, recreational and sporting events, and regular exposure to intercollegiate athletic coverage.

The fellows are also expected to attend educational conferences, coordinating and instructing an MSU-based curriculum medical course, and to complete a research project. Most of the experiences for the Sports Medicine Fellow are on a longitudinal basis. The fellows see patients in the sports medicine clinic three half-days per week, as well as providing care to family practice patients in the Sparrow Family Health Center one half day per week. Also, two half-days of direct orthopedic training occur weekly in clinical and operative environments. The Sports Medicine Fellow provides care in injury clinics at local high schools, as well as two to three mornings per week in the Michigan State University intercollegiate athletic training rooms. Continuing care to school age, college and professional teams in the area, along with attendance at practice sessions and sporting events, occurs weekly. The Sports Medicine Fellow also provides services at a variety of community events involving mass participation.

DIDACTIC SESSIONS

  1. Concussion
  2. Management of Sideline Emergencies
  3. ECG Review/Changes in Athletes
  4. Hyperthermia
  5. Hypothermia
  6. Altitude/SCUBA
  7. Electrolyte Disorders/Exercise Associated Collapse
  8. Ultrasound (Shoulder/Knee/Hip/Foot/Ankle/Wrist/Hand/Elbow)
  9. Focused Cardiac Examination/ECG review
  10. HOCM/ARVD
  11. Atrial Fibrillation in Endurance Athletes/Commotio Cordis
  12. Anomalous Coronary Arteries/Long QT Syndrome
  13. Fractures (Hip/Ankle/Foot/Elbow/Shoulder/Knee)
  14. Female Athlete Traid/RED-S
  15. Exercise in Pregnancy
  16. Methods of Training: (Aerobic/Anaerobic/Lactate Testing)
  17. Exercise Induced Anaphylaxis/Urticaria/HA/Angioedema
  18. Infectious Diseases and Complications
  19. Skin Conditions in Athletes
  20. Vocal Cord Dysfunction
  21. Asthma/EAB
  22. Overtraining Syndrome
  23. Type 1 Diabetes in Athletes
  24. Inflammatory Arthropathies
  25. OCD Lesions
  26. High Ankle Sprains
  27. FAI/Labral tears
  28. Acute Knee Injuries
  29. Rotator Cuff Tears
  30. Shoulder Dislocations
  31. Performance Enhancing Drugs
  32. Sports Nutrition
  33. Psychological Impact of Injuries in Athletes

FIELD EXPERIENCES COVERING VARIOUS EVENTS AS THE TEAM PHYSICIAN

  1. High school sports
  2. Intercollegiate sports at MSU
  3. Community sporting events

Supervision of Medical Students and Residents in Sports Medicine Course Elective and Rotations on Sports Medicine Service

PARTICIPATION IN VARIOUS SCHOLARLY SPORTS MEDICINE PURSUITS

  1. Sports Medicine Journal Club weekly
  2. CAQ review sessions

RESEARCH EXPECTATIONS

  1. Initiation and completion of an original Sports Medicine research project to be presented at a national Sports Medicine meeting
  2. Publication of articles in Primary Care Sports Medicine journals
  3. Presentations of case reports at national Sports Medicine meetings such as ACSM or AMSSM

REVISED 2005


Please follow the link below for the Sports Medicine Fellowship Application:

Fellowship Application

 

Program Contact

Program Director

Jill Moschelli, MD
Email: sadoskij@msu.edu

Program Coordinator

Roxanne Burnham
Sparrow Family Medicine Residency
MSU Sports Medicine Fellowship
Phone: 517.364.5783
Fax: 517.364.5764
Email: roxanne.burnham@sparrow.org

Clinical Programs

Sandy Tran, BA
4660 S. Hagadorn Rd.
Suite 420
East Lansing, MI 48823

Phone: 517.884.6124
Fax: 517.884.6234
Email: transand@msu.edu

Contact Information:

MSU Sports Medicine
4660 South Hagadorn Road
Suite 420
East Lansing, MI 48823

Phone: 517.884.6100
Fax: 517.884.6233

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