Dr. Robinson is only accepting new sports medicine patients at this time.
Dr. Robinson was born and raised in Salt Lake City, UT. Before enrolling at the University of Utah, he took a two-week high school senior trip to the village of Sepamac in Guatemala where he taught basic first aid to the Mayan descendants of the village. While in college, he volunteered for a variety of projects, notably teaching science to a 5th grade class, and serving as a mentor and a teacher at the Salt Lake City jail and at the Shriners Hospital.
During the 2002 Winter Olympics hosted by Salt Lake City, Dr. Robinson worked as an emergency medical technician. While attending medical school, he volunteered to be a manager at the Saturday Clinic for the Uninsured in downtown Milwaukee, WI. During his tenure as a manager at the clinic, he was able to help implement a new sub-clinic designed to target patients with chronic disease to improve their health and access to care. He continued improving the triad of access to care, effective care through preventative medicine, and the cost effectiveness of care during his residency at OHSU. After residency his love for sports was a driving force to begin a fellowship in sports medicine at OHSU.
Dr. Robinson is an avid runner and loves spending time working out with his wife. Living at the foot of the beautiful Wasatch Mountains gave him his thirst for outdoor living. He also enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding, and hiking.Read more
- B.S., University of Utah Utah 2006
- M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin Wisconsin 2010
- Family medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, 2013
- Sports medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, 2014
- Certificate of added qualification in sports medicine, 2014
Memberships and associations
- American Academy Family Physicians