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Christopher C. Dodson, M.D.

Head Team Physician

Dr. Dodson is a board certified Sports Medicine surgeon at Rothman Institute. He is an assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery at Thomas Jefferson University and specializes in sports related injuries of the shoulder, elbow and knee.

His clinical interests include shoulder instability, ACL reconstruction, rotator cuff tears, and elbow injuries in overhead athletes. In addition to his role as Head Team Physician of the Philadelphia 76ers, he serves as an assistant team physician for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Philadelphia Flyers and as an orthopaedic consultant for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Peter C. Vitanzo, Jr., M.D.

Head Medical Physician

Dr. Vitanzo is a board certified, non-surgical sports medicine physician at Rothman Institute. He is Co-Director of the Division of Non-Surgical Sports Medicine. He serves as a Team Physician for the Philadelphia Phillies along with several high schools and collegiate sports teams in the area.

He is the author of several articles and book chapters and has lectured locally and nationally on orthopaedic conditions, particularly sports-related. He is actively involved in research. He is recognized as a “Top Sports Physician” both locally and nationally.

Barry E. Kenneally, M.D.

Assistant Team Physician

Dr. Barry Kenneally is a nonsurgical sports medicine physician at Rothman Institute who treats a wide variety orthopedic problems in athletes and non-athletes as well as patients with non-operative orthopedic oncologic conditions. He is from the area and enjoys providing care to his fellow native Philadelphians. He is board certified in nonsurgical sports medicine and family medicine.

He works with numerous athletes and teams in the area to treat sports injuries and help them to compete. He also treats many former athletes and non-athletes who have more chronic conditions. Dr. Kenneally is involved in writing articles and textbooks in sports medicine and also lectures on various topics in the field.

Bradford S. Tucker, M.D.

Assistant Team Physician

Bradford Schofield Tucker, M.D. is double board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery in orthopaedic sports medicine and general orthopaedic surgery. Dr. Tucker is assistant team orthopaedic surgeon for the Philadelphia Phillies, team orthopaedic surgeon for The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey in Pomona, N.J., and Absegami High School in Galloway Township, N.J.

His clinical interests include the injured athlete, shoulder instability, rotator cuff tears, knee ligament reconstruction including the ACL, and cartilage restoration procedures. Dr. Tucker is on faculty at Thomas Jefferson University and Stockton College, and is involved in evidence based, peer reviewed orthopaedic research, with multiple publications and book chapters to his credit.