Carol FederiukM.D., Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor of Family Medicine, School of Medicine

Expertise

  • Sports Medicine

Special focus on

  • Primary Care Sports Medicine

I see patients at

Insurance

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Biography

Dr. Federiuk is accepting new sports medicine patients. 

Dr. Carol Federiuk cares for athletes and active people of all ages and experience levels. She enjoys helping all of her patients stay active throughout their lives. 

After residency training, Dr. Federiuk joined the faculty at OHSU in Emergency Medicine with research interests in wilderness medicine, skiing and winter sports injuries, and emergency medical services. She was a section editor for the Wilderness and Environmental Medicine journal. She also taught wilderness medicine skills for paramedics and other medical providers, and worked as a physician at a Himalayan Rescue Association clinic in Nepal. 

Dr. Federiuk participates in many outdoor activities. She has run a dozen marathons including the Boston marathon, and has climbed many of the northwest mountain peaks. She competes in masters rowing and also enjoys biking, swimming, and hiking. Her other interests include music, meditation, and reading.

Patient ratings

4.6 out of 5 (214 Ratings, 98 Comments)

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