A primary care sports medicine doctor is a leader in the field of sports medicine. Either through advanced fellowship training or through years of clinical experience, a primary care sports medicine doctor has learned the skills to take care of athletes of all ages, sports, and levels of competition. Primary care sports medicine doctors often serve as team doctors to professional sports teams or are personal doctors to elite-level athletes.
A sport doctor is on a sport team and helps the players with their injuries and stretches and also know as sport medicine. A real doctor has more knowledge and experience than sport doctor.
A local doctor
No he liked his freakin cat.
If he or she is on the field its the trainer . . . in the hospital, it could be an orthopedist.
an infection is diagnosed by taking the medicine the doctor has given you and resting. Try not to do sport until you get the all clear from a doctor.
I would see your medical doctor to have him assess you.
Study 'Sports Medicine' at a Four Year college.
Doctor Barry Fisher is the team doctor. He is a orthopedic surgeon and was the lead doctor for the United States Hockey Team. He was also the head doctor for various other New York and New Jersey sport teams.
That will depend on the sport, how physical it is, and how badly broken your arm was. Certainly months, but you'd need a doctor's opinion.
You should reword this question. It makes no sense.
Special teams of doctor trained in that particular sport. Example: A gymnast who pulls a muscle is going to be treated by a doctor who specializes in gymnastics injuries.
Usally No, but you will need to fill out medical forms about current conditions and past injurys and illnesses.