Dr. Kinderknecht has spent the past 20 years caring for athletes of all ages and levels. His experience has included being one of the team physicians at the University of Missouri for the past 17 years, as well as serving as a team physician for several high schools. As such, he believes there is great value in youth sports and athletic activities.
In addition, Dr. Kinderknecht enjoys promoting the positive benefits of physical fitness to high-level endurance athletes as well as individuals who want to begin an exercise program. At HSS, Dr. Kinderknecht is also the program director of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship.
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McKeag D., Kinderknecht J: Infectious Mononucleousis in the Athlete. Common Problems in Pediatric Sports Medicine. Edited by Smith, NJ. Year Book Medical Publishers.
Kinderknecht J: Head Injuries. Athletic Injuries and Rehabilitation. Edited by Zachazewski, JE, Magee DJ, Quillen WS. W.B. Saunders Co.
Kinderknecht J: Rotator Cuff. The Clinical Atlas of Office Procedures, Common Musculoskeletal Injuries. Edited by McShane JM. W. B. Saunders Co.
Kinderknecht J: Shoulder Pain. Twenty Common Problems in Sports Medicine. Edited by Puffer JC. McGraw – Hill.
Kinderknecht J: Infectious Mononucleosis and the Spleen: Return to Play. Current Sports Medicine Reports. Edited by Johnson RJ. Current Science.
Dr. Kinderknecht has been a frequent presenter at several regional and national sports medicine meetings.