Orlando Magic Team Behind the Team: Dr. Youmans and Dr. Oh

February 12th, 2024

Rothman Orthopaedics in partnership with AdventHealth have teamed-up to take care of the Orlando Magic as the Team Behind the Team. Hear from Dr. Harrison Youmans, Head Primary Care Physician, and Dr. Luke Oh, Head Orthopedic Surgeon, on understanding the role of a Team Physician and what it means to be part of the Team Behind the Team.

Harrison Youmans, MD is a board certified, non-surgical Sports Medicine Specialist for Rothman Orthopaedics. He obtained his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, graduating as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, followed by residency training in Family Medicine at MUSC and Trident Medical Center. He then completed a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, AL, training under the guidance of world-renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Previously, he served as the Head Primary Care Team Physician of the Orlando City Soccer Club, including Orlando City Soccer (MLS), Orlando Pride (NWSL), and Orlando City B (USL). He has been a sports medicine consultant for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), US Soccer, the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and the Atlanta Braves. In addition, has served as the Program Director for the University of Florida-Orlando Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship program, and has been a member of the Major League Soccer Education Committee and the National Women’s Soccer League Medical Task Force.

Luke S. Oh, MD is the Medical Director of Orthopedic Sports Medicine at AdventHealth Orthopedic Institute, as well as a renowned surgeon, medical educator, research scientist, entrepreneur and innovator. He is a triple-fellowship trained, board certified Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Surgeon. After residency at the Hospital for Special Surgery, Dr. Oh completed multiple subspecialty fellowships including Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy at Mass General, Shoulder & Elbow Surgery at the Mayo Clinic, and an apprenticeship with Dr. James Andrews to master the techniques for Tommy John surgery for pro baseball players. Dr. Oh spent 14 years as a full-time faculty member at Harvard Medical School and Mass General, and is the Emeritus Program Director of the Harvard-MGH Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship, who received the 2022 Golden Apple Teacher of the Year Award from the Harvard Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program. He was also a team physician for the Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, New England Revolution, Boston Bruins and Harvard University for over 12 years.

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