Bartram News Letter
Dear Bartram Family,
As myself and my practice embark on our 13th year of working with Bartram Trail as the team physician, I would like to share with you some of the changes I am making to the practice to better provide services for both primary care and sports medicine care of our patients.
First, many of you may have heard about my affiliation with MDVIP, a preventative health company that sets up physicians in a practice model to proactively treat our patients by focusing on nutrition, exercise and lifestyle changes to promote health.
Second, we have started the process of building a new office building, which will offer a wider range of services to treat our primary care and sports medicine patients. This is set to open in January of 2019.
Third, starting August 1st, we have Dr Marberry joining our practice. Dr Marberry is double boarded in sports and family medicine and will assist in the care of our primary care and sports medicine patients. Additionally, he will help with covering athletic events and coordinating the care of our athletes with Mrs. Vann, the trainer at Bartram.
Lastly, we have expanded our sports medicine services to include the most up to date treatments for injuries such as concussion. We have started a concussion clinic that assists in the better assessment and comprehensive recovery of concussions, based on the most recent research in this area. Additionally, we are beginning a sports sciences lab to work with athletes in areas of sports nutrition, injury prevention and areas of sports performance.
For those of you interested in learning more, I have an event coming up at Maple Street Biscuit Company on June 26th at 4 and 6 pm, that will go into more depth for all of the above. This is a free event, and all are welcome to attend and bring a friend. Please RSVP at 877.813.6181.
We appreciate your continued support and look forward to an upcoming year. I am hoping lucky season number 13 for me will bring a long-awaited football victory over St Augustine. We also appreciate your continued consideration by supporting our practice with your referrals.
Thanks and Go Bears!
Dr Osborn and Staff