The Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, is a one-year clinical opportunity that provides a comprehensive educational experience. The mentorship learning model utilizes the experience of a group of nationally and internationally recognized experts in the field.
During the Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship, you evaluate and treat a wide variety of athletic injuries to the knee, shoulder, hip, and elbow using state-of-the-art arthroscopic techniques. The latest advances in multi-ligament knee reconstruction, meniscus transplantation, cartilage restoration, rotator cuff and shoulder instability, elbow ligament reconstruction, and hip arthroscopy are among the large variety of procedures highlighted during the fellowship year.
Mayo Clinic has a rich research heritage that provides sports medicine fellows with excellent opportunities for clinical and translational research. You also have the opportunity to teach orthopedic residents and medical students.
Team and event coverage opportunities include semi-professional and college football, hockey, baseball, and soccer teams. In addition, you have the opportunity to work with professional athletes with the Minnesota Timberwolves NBA team, Lynx WNBA team, and Twins MLB team.