One of our sports medicine experts, Ellen Geminiani, MD, is in the middle of a weeklong medical volunteer job as the associate medical director of the 2014 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships. It’s a lot of work, but as one time skater herself, and current U.S. Figure Skating Team physician and member of the Skating Club of Boston, providing care to skaters hoping to make the Olympic team is a labor of love for her. Watch this video to learn all about her work as doctor to the skating stars.
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