Matthew Grady, MD, FAAP, CAQSM
Associate Fellow

Dr. Grady is active nationally in sports medicine education and policy, with specific expertise and interest in pediatric concussion. He reviews articles for several journals including the American Journal of Sports Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Care, and he lectures extensively on a variety of sports injuries, how to evaluate if athletes are ready to participate, and how to prevent injuries. Locally, Dr. Grady serves as the concussion consultant for several area high schools and has teamed with county and state officials to develop return to school guidelines for students following concussion injuries.

BS, St. Joseph's University (Mathematics), 1992

MD, Jefferson Medical College, 1999

Fellowship, University of Maryland (Sports Medicine), 2007

Pediatric Sports Medicine Specialist

Program Director, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

American Academy of Pediatrics, 2003-

AAP Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness, 2007-

American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, 2007-

Delaware Valley Society for Sports Medicine, 2012-

Best Paper Award for Primary Care Sports Medicine Research, Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, 2015

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