Dr. Krabak is a sports medicine physician, specializing in running medicine, who focuses on the prevention, treatment of sports-related injuries, and…
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Patient Care Philosophy
Dr. Krabak is passionate about helping patients regain active lifestyles and seeks to support amateur to professional athletes of all ages on a local to international level. He believes in treating the athlete as a whole, focusing on his or her specific goals.
He has competed in more than 30 endurance events, including 24-hour and 36-hour adventure races; XTERRA and TransRockies 250-mile Mountain Bike Race; and marathons and triathlons from Olympic to Ironman distances.
Dr. Krabak's clinical interest is in the prevention, treatment and sports performance enhancement of sports related injuries in youth and adult athletes of all levels.
Dr. Krabak has extensive sports medicine experience including:
2012 Olympic Marathon Trials, 2010 Vancouver Games, 2004 Athens Games and 2002 Salt Lake Games
2015 World University Games-Swimming, 2014 FINA Swimming World Cup, Japan and Singapore, 2012, FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championships, Canada
Baltimore Orioles, Hagerstown Sun (NY Mets)
University of Washington, Seattle University, Johns Hopkins University
National Team Physician:
RacingThePlanet 4 Deserts Ultramarathons, Seattle Rock N Roll Marathon, Baltimore Marathon, Med-City Marathon
Seattle Marathon, Boston Marathon
Dr. Krabak's research interests focus on the prevention and treatment of overuse injuries and medical illnesses in athletes:
1. Ultramarathon Runners
: Current research includes assessing hyponatremia in ultramarathon runners, association of footstrike patterns and injuries in ultramarathon runners. Published paper on injury and illness rates in multiday ultramarathon runners.
Currently studying predictors of injuries in competitive age group and collegiate swimmers, focusing on joint mobility and strength.
|John Hopkins/Carey Business School||Medical education||2003
|S.U.N.Y. @ Buffalo||Medical education||1993
|John Hopkins University /Sinai Hospital of Baltimore||Internship||
|Tufts-New England Medical Center||Residency||
|American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehab||Sports Medicine||2008
|American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehab||Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation||1998