UHS adds second provider to sports medicine clinic

September 17, 2012

University Health Services (UHS) has expanded its sports medicine clinic to include Wednesday hours with Dr. Katie Goyer, a physician with Penn State Sports Medicine.

Gloyer joined Penn State Sports Medicine on April 2. A native of Hagerstown, Md., she was an undergraduate student at Penn State and earned her medical degree at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. She completed a residency in Family Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine with the Penn State Sports Medicine team in State College, Pa.

Before returning to State College, Gloyer worked in Family Medicine at Penn State Hershey Medical Group - Middletown and in Sports Medicine at Penn State Hershey Bone and Joint Institute in Hershey. She was the team physician for Middletown High School. Her clinical interests are women's health, concussion care and treating a variety of athletes in different sports.

Services provided at the sports medicine clinic include treatment for throwing injuries, ACL/PCL tears, adolescent sports injuries, and other sports-related injuries. Patients do not have to be athletes to be treated. The clinic will be by referral only through UHS clinicians.

Dr. Dov Bader will continue to serve as the clinic physician on Thursdays.

This is a partnership with Penn State Sports Medicine, part of Penn State Hershey Bone and Joint Institute, which offers general orthopedics, sports medicine, physiatry, and physical therapy to the State College community and Penn State athletes.

For additional information about UHS, visit http://studentaffairs.psu.edu/health or call 814-863-0774.

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Last Updated April 19, 2017