Our fellowship goals are to train our fellows to be well-prepared to handle a broad range of sports medicine care.
We want our graduates to be able to care for patients of all ages and to be able to use musculoskeletal ultrasound for both the diagnosis and treatment of injuries. Fellows will be confident and caring for athletes at all levels of sport.
The Via Christi Sports Medicine Fellowship provides sports medicine coverage for more than 600 NCAA Division I and Division II athletes, four semi-pro teams, and high school and community athletes. The fellows participate in preseason physicals, event coverage and weekly athletic training room visits.
Sports Medicine clinic occurs nine half-days per week at one location. Our clinic focuses on athletic medicine for active patients.
The Via Christi International Family Medicine Fellowship (IFMF) is a one-year, post-residency training program designed to prepare and equip family physicians to go where others won’t go, to care for those with few to care for them and to give much more than you ever thought you could give.