Your Sports Health
Geoffrey Kuhlman, MD, has served as team physician for the
United States National Soccer Teams, AAA baseball and
AA hockey teams, NCAA division 1, 3, and NAIA schools,
junior college, and high schools.
Dr. Kuhlman is invited frequently to lecture physicians, physical
therapists, athletic trainers, youth sports programs, and schools
on sports medicine topics. He is recognized for expertise in
hip injuries and impingement, burners (stingers), concussions,
youth sports injuries, in addition to general sports medicine. Dr. Kuhlman has published numerous sports medicine book chapters and articles. To see a list of publications, click here.
Dr. Kuhlman treats athletes of all sports at all ages and all levels of play. Dr. Kuhlman has a passion for baseball, especially youth baseball. He has extensive experience coaching baseball. Dr. Kuhlman has particular interest in keeping baseball safe and enjoyable for long careers. For a useful resource for baseball pitchers, Dr. Kuhlman recommends Pitch Smart, sponsored by Major League Baseball.
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Geoffrey Kuhlman's training and education include:
Oklahoma University Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, 1999
Hinsdale Family Medicine Residency, Chief Resident, 1998
Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, MD, 1995
University of California Los Angeles, BS in Kinesiology, 1991
Dr. Kuhlman is a certified aviation medical examiner. For information on aviation medical exams, click here.
Geoffrey Kuhlman values time with his family and exercises regularly. He enjoys coaching youth sports and belongs to the Positive Coaching Alliance.