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Laura Dunn Goldberg, MD, is an Associate Staff research investigator in the Department of Orthopedic Sports Medicine at Cleveland Clinic's Lorain campus in Lorain, Ohio. She was appointed in 2006 as a primary care sports medicine staff member with the Department of Orthopedics, at Kolczun & Kolczun Orthopedic Associates in Lorain.
Previously, Dr. Goldberg was a pediatric emergency attending physician at University Hospital's Rainbow Babies and Children Hospital in Cleveland. She also served as a clinical research investigator at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and University of Vermont in Burlington, Vt.
Dr. Goldberg received her medical degree from University of Vermont College of Medicine in Burlington in 2002. She completed her pediatric residency at Case Western Reserve University Hospital's Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. In 2006, she completed her primary care sports medicine fellowship with the Cleveland Clinic's Department of Orthopedic Sports Medicine.
She is board-certified in both pediatrics and primary care sports medicine and is licensed to practice in Ohio. Dr. Goldberg is an author and presenter and a member of numerous professional societies including the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, American Medical Athletic Association, the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
In addition, Dr. Goldberg is an avid athlete, marathon runner and sailor. She has provided medical sports coverage for the Cleveland Browns (NFL), the Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA), the Cleveland Indians (Major League Baseball) and the Cleveland Barons (American Hockey League) among others.
Sports medicine and exercise science, pediatric orthopedics, fracture care, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections, Running Medicine
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