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Sports Medicine Non-Surgical Physician

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Bailey Frederking

on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of Sports Medicine Non-Surgical Physician

Sports Medicine Physician Job Description A sports medicine physician works with athletes to treat or prevent injuries and they do this in many different ways. A sports medicine physician can either help athletes with non-surgical procedures or with surgery. Non-Surgical Sports Medicine Physician A non-surgical sports medicine physician works with patients who include professional athletes, amateurs athletes, and anyone with a common sports injury. A sports medicine physician works with patients either preventing or treating their injuries through; physical therapy, non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, corticosteroids (injection and medication), resting or stopping activity that causes pain. Special Skills Required - deals with health and rehabilitation sciences and requires skills such as; to be a good communicator, strong social skills, a high patients, a good listener Education and training required -High school calsses: healthcare, biology, chemistry, and anatom
- must take 4 years of Undergraduate school, 4 years of medical school, and 3 to 8 years of internship and residency.
-requires obtaining a bachelor's degree and a Doctor or Medicine Degree. A school that offers the education - GCSU -Georgia College and State University and UGA offers a major in sports medicine or athletic training.
-for GCSU you must complete a high school program, have a 2.5+ GPA, 173 on the computer-based test, or 500 on the paper-based test,an official SAT score report with a minimum verbal score of 440, official ACT score report with a minimum English score of 17. Working Conditions -must be a very committed person willing to give their time to working irregular hours in either a hospital, a clinic, a private office, or working with a specific sports team and where ever they are.
- Most sports medicine physicians work 40 - 55 hours a week. over 43% of sports medicine physicians work 50+ hours a week. Salary A sports medicine physician makes on average an annual salary of $200,000. The salaries range from $117,000 - over $300,000. This job requires long years of school, and long hours but makes a very high salary and in the rough economy this job is very important. ouchhh dat hurts relax dude its okay bud, you'll get through this
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