I am a board certified Family and Sports Medicine Physician providing primary care and preventive health services to patients of all ages. I have been practicing sports medicine for over 30 years and have worked with all types of athletic injuries, participating in recovery and rehabilitation, determining the eventual return to sport, and developing strategies to prevent future injuries.
With Masters degrees in Science and Public Health in Nutrition, I help patients change eating habits, improve diets, and optimize exercise plans and training programs. I partner with my patients to set long term goals to improve health, lose weight, increase muscle mass, have more energy and feel better.
As a UCSF Associate Clinical Professor in Family Medicine, I help people change their behaviors and lifestyles to become healthier and better manage their diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, obesity and other cardiovascular conditions.
My ultimate goal is to provide expert care to each person, with compassion and concern for their optimal health and well being.
How Can I Help You?
Evaluating and managing athletes who have sustained a sports concussion, assisting with recovery and a safe return to their sport
Sports physicals and comprehensive medical evaluations of athletes with certain problems and disorders, including: hypertension, arrhythmia, heart murmur, exercise-induced chest pain, shortness of breath, asthma, seizure disorder, head injuries, and spinal, joint, and muscle injuries
Body composition testing, using skin fold measurements, bone mineral density testing, using DEXA scan to determine the effects of training on lean body mass and bone mineral density, and screen for such problems as obesity, underweight, osteopenia, and osteoporosis
Biomechanical evaluation of athletes with musculoskeletal problems and deficiencies, including treatment, rehabilitation, strength advancement, and training advice to help correct physical deficits
Sports nutrition evaluation and education, especially in regards to optimal caloric and fluid intake, and the pros and cons of dietary supplements and ergogenic aids
Illnesses and acute conditions
Injuries, lacerations and wounds
Prevention of diseases
Routine, school, and work physicals
Preop and medical clearance
Vaccines and immunizations
Understanding the role of genetics
Maintaining health and taking medication
Nutrition & Lifestyle Medicine
Making healthy food choices
Diets and exercise plans to lose weight
Better nutrition for better health
Diets to increase muscle and endurance
Strength and resistance training to improve muscle strength
Balance exercises, yoga and pilates
Motivational training to help change behavior
Stress management, mindfulness, and meditation for improving confidence and self esteem
Awards and Recognitions
Served as the physician for Major League Baseball teams including the San Francisco Giants (17 years), the Houston Astros (four years) and the Washington Nationals (two years). I’ve provided care for six World Series championships.
Named the 2011 College of Health and Human Services Community Hero by the Central California Sports Medicine Institute.
Named one of Fresno’s Top Doctors in 2007 and 2009.
Recognized as one of America’s Top Family Doctors in 2009.
Get In Touch
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