Non-Operative Sports Medicine
Fellowship Program

The Stanford University Non-Operative Sports Medicine Fellowship is dedicated to training future leaders in sports medicine. Fellows have full access to the resources of a premier medical school and work alongside internationally recognized authorities in sports medicine and associated subspecialties. The program highlights extensive team physician experience caring for Stanford NCAA Division 1 and professional athletes, ample teaching opportunities, a weekly adaptive sports program, vast elective rotations, over 6 hours per week of conferences, and a dedicated musculoskeletal ultrasound and regenerative medicine curriculum. In addition, there are multiple research opportunities within the medical school and Stanford Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance. Topping it off is the opportunity to live in the Bay Area in the hub of Silicon Valley, close to Napa Wine Country, the Pacific Ocean, Lake Tahoe, and Yosemite National Park. 

Michael Fredericson, MD

Professor, Fellowship Director

Calvin Hwang, MD

Clinical Asst. Professor, Asst. Fellowship Director

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2020 Tokyo Olympics

2018 Sun Bowl

(from L-R): ortho fellow Timi Wusu, football team physicians Calvin Hwang and Gerry Keane, sports medicine fellow Lauren Cooper, and football team physician Jason Dragoo

Vaden Health Center

Human Performance Lab

Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center, Redwood City