Sports Medicine Clinic
OHSU has the region's most comprehensive sports medicine program. Our doctors, nurses, imaging specialists, physical therapists and athletic trainers all work together to get you back to full function.
Jacqueline L. Munch, M.D.
Meet your new sports medicine specialist at OHSU
Kyle’s Patient story
During my sophomore year, my left knee had been bothering me during basketball and football practices. X-rays were inconclusive; an MRI showed I had osteochondritis dissecans: a piece of cartilage and small fragment of bone had come loose in my knee. At first my doctor tried a procedure to try and put the cartilage back using a screw. But that didn’t work, and that’s when I went to see Dr. Crawford at OHSU.
I met with Dr. Crawford and his team. They explained a procedure called an osteochondral allograft transplant, which means I would receive cartilage/bone from a donor to replace the damaged cartilage in my knee.
Running for a lifetime
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