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Dr. McInnis is a physiatrist who treats non-surgical sports injuries. She works closely with surgical and physical therapy colleagues to develop non-operative treatment programs to return patients to athletic and recreational activity.
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Dr. McInnis received her BA from Boston College and her DO from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. After completing her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School/Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, where she served as Chief Resident, Dr. McInnis completed a fellowship in Non-operative Sports Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. McInnis is board certified in both PM & R and Sports Medicine and is the Program Director of the Harvard – Spaulding PM & R sports medicine fellowship program. She is a team physician for the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots and a team consultant for the Boston Ballet, Boston Bruins and New England Revolution.
Dr. McInnis has clinical interest and research interests in overuse injuries in the endurance athlete; with special considerations in the female athlete. She works closely with patients, staff physical therapists and sports orthopaedists to develop strategies for injury management, prevention and performance enhancement. In addition, she has completed specialized training in musculoskeletal ultrasound and is interested in the application of diagnostic and interventional techniques for sports injury, including orthobiologic injection therapy (platelet rich plasma/PRP and stem cell injections).
Dr. McInnis was featured on the Charged podcast, which is a podcast from Mass General that seeks to uncover the stories of women leading health care today. Listen to her episode.
Dr. McInnis focuses her clinical research on musculoskeletal overuse injuries including tendinopathy and bone stress injury; with a special interest in understanding the differences in the biomechanics of the female athlete.
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