UNC Sports Medicine
About UNC Sport Medicine
The Stallings-Evans Sports Medicine Center provides primary care, orthopedic, physical therapy and athletic training services. The staff of provides sports related medical services for all UNC-Chapel Hill students, as well as serving as team physicians, athletic trainers, and nutritionists for the 800 UNC-Chapel Hill varsity student-athletes and others involved in club sports and intramural activities.
This location also houses the Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center, where University researchers study sports-related concussion and traumatic brain injury. The Center for the Study of Retired NFL Athletes research is also conducted at Gfeller.
The fellow will learn longitudinally and be able to see their UNC student-athletes as they come in for primary care and sports medicine related problems all year. In this capacity, the fellow will participates in all aspect of the athletes’ health care program.