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Female Physicians, Is It Rare For Them To Care For Professional Sports Teams? - Dr. Weber (VIDEO)

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Dr. Weber explains if it is rare for female doctors to care for professional sports teams.

Dr. Weber:
It’s uncommon. The tradition has been male physicians taking care of professional teams, but we’re breaking in as females and starting to take care of the professional male teams. Not uncommon for a woman to take care of a woman’s professional team, but less common for us to take care of male teams.

About Dr. Weber, M.D.:
Dr. Kathy Weber, the Director of Primary Care/Sports Medicine and Women's Sports Medicine at Rush University Medical Center, possesses a unique expertise with the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal issues. Dr. Weber received her M.D. from Rush Medical College in 1996 and subsequently completed her internship and residency in internal medicine at Rush University Medical Center. After completing her residency, Dr. Weber was asked to remain at Rush for an additional year to assume the prestigious position of Chief Resident of Internal Medicine. She then completed a fellowship in sports medicine at the University of California Medical Center in San Diego.

Visit Dr. Weber at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush