Primary Care Sports Physicians
Neha Raukar, MD,MS
Neha Raukar, MD is a fellowship trained primary care sports medicine physician. She diagnosis and treats non-operative musculoskeletal injuries through the use of a wide range of non-operative modalities, some of which include: Platelet Rich Plasma injections, HA joint injections for Arthritis, and Physical Therapy.
Her professional interests include conditions common to female athletes, stress fractures, sideline management of the collapsed athlete, the diagnosis and management of concussion, and cutting edge treatments for musculoskeletal disease.
During her fellowship at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Dr. Raukar had the opportunity to work with athletes of all levels of competition, including the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Special Olympics.
Dr. Raukar currently serves as one of the team physicians for the Brown University athletes and the International BMX team through UCI. She also provides sideline coverage for the Boston Marathon and the Winter and Summer DEW tours.
Neha Raukar is the director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at Brown University, and on the teaching faculty of the Brown University Emergency Medicine Residency Program. She regularly participates in resident lecture series and procedural training labs.
She serves as the chair of the Sports Medicine section at the American College of Emergency Medicine and is on the education committee at the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. She is the author of several papers and book chapters and has presented sports medicine related topics at numerous international meetings.
Dr. Raukar welcomes patients of all ages, from the adolescent to the mature athlete, and of all skill levels, from the amateur weekend warrior to the professional.