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Eric Oliver

Eric Oliver

Here are seven sports medicine physicians who recently joined new practices or have taken on new positions in January.

James Andrews, MD, will perform Tommy John surgery on Detroit Tigers' prospect Bryan Garcia, MLive Media Group reports.

Eugene Roh, MD, was inspired by the 1988 Olympic games to become a sports medicine physician. Thirty years later and he's at the Pyeongchang Olympics as a Team USA physician.

New York Knicks' forward Kristaps Porzingis had his anterior cruciate ligament successfully repaired at New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery.

Michael Ryan, MD, joined the staff of Birmingham, Ala.-based Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center.

Adairsville, Ga.-based Northwest Georgia Orthopedics and Sports Medicine will be one of the anchor tenants of a new 12,000-square-foot medical facility in Adairsville, the Daily Tribune reports.

Bruce Albert, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon at Irvine, Calif.-based Elite Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. He specializes in treating both knee and shoulder problems.

New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery's Answorth Allen, MD, performed an arthroscopic stabilization surgery on the right shoulder of New York Knicks' guard Ron Baker.

Charles Melone, MD, performed a capsular release/debridement procedure on the right middle finger of Minnesota Twins' pitcher Ervin Santana.

The Tampa Bay Rays fired longtime physician Michael Reilly, MD, after the team was made aware of a video alleging the physician sexually abused a former employee of his practice, ESPN reports.

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