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The fellow will have a wide exposure to injuries and appropriate treatment. This exposure will include clinic time with primary care sports medicine attendings involved directly with the program and all subspecialities of orthopaedics including: Hand and elbow, shoulder, spine, hip, knee, cartilage, pediatric, foot and ankle. During the subspecialty rotations they will rotate in their clinic and observe in the OR giving them a full comprehensive care of the injury.

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The resident has the opportunity to participate in conferences including: Primary care sports medicine conference that includes presentations from the primary care sports medicine attendings and subspecialists on primary care sports medicine issues (for example, exercised induce asthma, the diabetic athlete, heat illnesses, etc.).

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