Brian Shiple, DO, RMSK
The Center for Sports Medicine, Springfield, PA
Dr. Brian Shiple is a recognized leader in the fields of interventional and integrative orthopedic medicine, regenerative injection treatment (RIT), sports medicine, and diagnostic ultrasound. He has been in private practice since 2006 after completing thirteen years as the division chief of Sports Medicine and founder and director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship program at Crozer-Keystone Health System in the Greater Philadelphia area. He is involved in clinical research and is an active member of various national sports medicine and orthopedic organizations. In the past fifteen years, he has spoken at over one hundred conferences and taught RIT to more than a thousand doctors from eighteen countries. He has also made seven medical service trips to Honduras where he provided prolotherapy treatments to underserved people in that country.
Dr. Shiple has taught at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and has held an academic appointment at Temple University School of Medicine. He is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the International Cellular Medicine Society, the American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine, and the International Spine Intervention Society.
In addition to helping thousands of patients through his own practice, Dr. Shiple served as team physician to several local school districts, was the founding medical director of the Philadelphia Triathlon at Fairmount Park, was the chief medical officer of the Pennsylvania State Games from 1994-2006, and was a volunteer team physician of the US Olympic Committee in Colorado Springs in 2003.
Recently, Dr. Shiple published Regenerative Healing for Life, a comprehensive guide to understanding and treating injuries and pain without surgery. He has also written several articles and research projects. He has appeared on ESPN, been profiled in the American Milestonestelevision series, and recognized as one of Philadelphia Magazine’s “Top Docs.”