Brian J. Krabak, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.S.M., is a sports medicine physician who treats athletes of all ages and levels. He works closely with the patient and sports medicine team to develop a program that helps the athlete return to his or her sport as quickly as possible.
Dr. Krabak earned his medical degree from the State University of New York-Buffalo. He completed an internship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and program in internal medicine at Sinai Hospital, both in Baltimore, Maryland; physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts; and specialty training in sports medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
His clinical interests include the prevention and treatment of sports-related injuries and enhancement of sports performance. His research interests include the prevention and treatment of overuse injuries and medical illnesses in athletes.
Dr. Krabak has competed in many endurance events, including 24-hour and 36-hour adventure races, XTERRA cross-terrain triathlon, TransRockies mountain bike race, marathons and triathlons.