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Bryan E. Sage, MD CV

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Areas of Specialty

Sports Medicine

Medical School

International University of the Health Sciences

Residency

Family Medicine Residency, The Stamford Hospital/Columbia University. Stamford CT

Master’s Degree

Master in Public Administration: Health Policy and Management, New York University

Professional Degree

Physician Assistant, Cornell University

Undergraduate

University of Richmond

Board Certifications

Board Certified, American Board of Family Medicine

Affiliations

American Academy of Family Practice
American Medical Society of Sports Medicine
American College of Sports Medicine

Additional Experience

Team Physician Sacred Heart University
Team Physician Fairfield University
Team Physician University of Bridgeport
Team Physician St. Joseph’s High School, Trumbull CT

Bio

Dr. Sage performed his residency in Family Medicine at The Stamford Hospital/Columbia University program where he focused his training in Sports Medicine. He is a team physician for Sacred Heart University and has previously been a team physician for the University of Bridgeport as well as St. Joseph’s High School in Trumbull, CT. He is a member of the medical staff at St. Vincent’s Medical Center.

Prior to medical school he graduated from the University of Richmond and later graduated with a Physician Assistant degree from Cornell University. As a Physician Assistant he earned a Certification of Added Qualifications in Orthopedic Surgery, and worked in orthopedics and sports medicine providing care for multiple sports teams and athletes. Additionally, he gained a Master’s in Public Administration with a focus on health management and finance from New York University. At the University of Richmond he was a varsity NCAA water polo player and continues to play today with the Greenwich Aquatics Masters team.

His special interests include musculoskeletal ultrasound and injections, athletic injury treatments and prevention and non-operative fracture management.