The University of Michigan Sports Neurology Fellowship is designed to provide expertise in the diagnosis and management of neurologic sports injuries. The goal of the fellowship is to provide an environment for acquiring the knowledge, skills, and clinical judgment essential to the practice of sports neurology.
The Michigan NeuroSport Fellowship patient population spans pediatric to geriatric, with the emphasis on young athletes engaged in competitive performance.
A key aspect of Sports Neurology is acute evaluation during athletic competition. The University of Michigan Sports Neurology Fellowship provides ample on field and training room opportunities for University of Michigan Athletics, Eastern Michigan Athletics and USA Hockey.
The NeuroSport outpatient clinic accounts for 2500 patient visits per year and occurs at state-of-the-art facilities housed in the U-M Comprehensive Musculoskeletal Center at Dominos Farms.
Michigan NeuroSport is closely affiliated with other world renowned programs including; University of Michigan Primary Sports Medicine, Orthopedic Sports Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. The Michigan NeuroSport team also includes highly-trained physical therapists, vestibular therapists, athletic trainers and psychologists who work in a collaborative manner to provide optimized care.
Program Directors: Dr. Andrea Almeida & Dr. Matthew Lorincz
Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, The University of Michigan Health System's patient care, education and research facilities are among the most comprehensive and sophisticated in the nation and the world. We also have a network of specialty care centers and clinics throughout Michigan. For more information please visit http://med.umich.edu