Dr Kiel is an assistant professor of Emergency Medicine and Sports Medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Buffalo and his sports Medicine fellowship at the University of Kentucky. He holds faculty appointments in both the Department of Emergency Medicine and Department of Orthopedic Surgery. His academic interests include musculoskeletal ultrasound, evidence based medicine, resident education and the intersection of emergency medicine and sports medicine.
John Kiel, DO/MPH
William Denq, MD
Dr. Denq is an assistant professor of Emergency Medicine and Sports Medicine at the University of Arizona. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at George Washington University and his Sports Medicine fellowship at the University of Utah. He is a team physician for US Ski and Snowboard, Tucson Roadrunners, and University of Arizona athletics. His academic interests include free open access medicine, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and the intersection between emergency medicine and sports medicine.
Senior Editorial Staff
Landon Mueller, MD
Landon Mueller is currently an attending physician in emergency medicine and sports medicine with MedStar Health. Besides practicing community emergency medicine, he holds sports medicine roles as the team physician for Marymount University and as an airway physician for the Washington Capitals. He completed sports medicine fellowship at Georgetown University/MedStar Washington Hospital Center, and residency in emergency medicine at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Landon has always had an interest in sports and musculoskeletal pathology. He enjoys using the knowledge and experience from sports medicine to teach musculoskeletal care.
Brandon Tunis is a Physical Therapist specializing in the treatment of athletic and musculoskeletal injuries. Brandon earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Scranton. He later gained certification in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasonography. His clinical interests include rehabilitation following orthobiologic/regenerative procedures, conservative and post-operative treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, and the use of diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound in physical therapy practice. Brandon currently serves as faculty of the Geisinger Northeast Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship program. Additionally, he assists with rehabilitation services for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders and University of Scranton athletics.
Brandon Tunis, DPT
We would like to acknowledge the following individuals for their contributions:
Kaeley, Gurjit MD
Professor of Rheumatology
University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville
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