Meet the Staff
Ross Osborn, MD, FAAFP – Dr. Osborn is board certified in family and sports medicine, whose real passion lies in helping motivated people enhance their lives. He has achieved fellowship status in the American Academy of Family Physicians, recognizing his commitment to his patients, to teaching and the field of medicine. As a sports medicine physician, he has worked at every level of competition, professional, collegiate, Olympic, high school and recreational, and is himself a former collegiate tennis player, who was twice named Academic All-American.
Dr. Marberry, MD, CAQSM – Working in the field of medicine is a high honor, one that I am truly grateful to have earned. As your physician it is my job to provide you with the best, evidence-based medical advice and prescription medication management. The term “doctor” originated from the word “teacher,” and with each patient visit I find it important to educate. Before I can educate, I must listen as this is the most valuable component of the clinical encounter. Together the patient-doctor relationship is a collaboration in making the correct diagnosis, choosing the appropriate diagnostic testing, and selecting the treatment plan to optimize your health. Many of the maladies affecting society can be managed and resolved through healthy living. I emphasize healthy nourishment in what we consume, and I believe that exercise is medicine. My goal with all my athletes and non-athletes is to get them back to activity as safely and efficiently as possible. ~STM
Fred Burnett, MEd, ATC – Fred previously was employed as the Assistant Athletic Director for Student Athlete Performance at the University of North Florida, overseeing the Sports Medicine and Strength and Conditioning department. Has over 20 years of experience working with Division 1 athletes at Michigan State University, Auburn University, The University of Texas and The University of North Florida. He is a nationally certified state licensed athletic trainer, and a National Academy of Sports Medicine Performance Enhancement Specialist.
Besmir Muskaj, ATC – Besmir completed his degree in athletic training at the University of North Florida, and worked with their men’s and women’s tennis teams and men’s soccer team, prior to joining our team at the Center for Health and Sports Medicine. He has helped direct the rehabilitation of athletes at our facility since 2014, and specializes in injury prevention and treatment, in addition to the rehabilitation of athletes.
Christine Reid- Christine graduated with a degree in Community Health/Exercise Science. After receiving her degree she spent time in the community volunteering with youth groups and within the local schools.
She taught individual study groups with Duval and St. Johns County Schools focusing on self-confidence in relation to literacy, as well as nutrition and food preparation classes to children from 2nd-5th grade at Hickory Creek Elementary. Christine has volunteered as Girl Scout Cookie Chair for the last 8 years to teach young girls business leadership skills they can apply in their future careers. She has also been CEO of The Pink Polka Dot Boutique, which she opened in 2010. Christine played competitive sports all through high school and continues to play soccer in an adult league. For the last 3 years she has been coaching youth soccer, where you will continue to see her influencing young athletes.