Julie Lynn Ingwerson, M.D.

Shriners Hospital for Children Northern California, Dr. Julie Lynn Ingwerson

Julie Lynn Ingwerson, M.D., is a Sports Medicine Rehabilitation Specialist with Shriners Hospitals for Children – Northern California.

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Full Biography

Dr. Ingwerson joined Shriners Hospitals for Children – Northern California to be a part of the stellar multi-disciplinary, integrated treatment team for athletes of all ages and abilities.

She obtained her B.S. in Exercise Science prior to medical school and then completed her residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation – a field in which physicians focus on getting patients of all abilities back to their desired level of function.  She then completed a Sport Medicine fellowship to focus purely on her passion for treating athletes. Dr. Ingwerson’s background has ranged from caring for athletes in elementary to high school and college ages in addition to athletes at ski resort clinics and professional athletes as well as multi-day endurance athletes in South America.

Dr. Ingwerson enjoys seeing athletes of all ages, abilities and sport disciplines at UC Davis and Shriners Hospitals for Children.  She has additional focus on the areas of ultrasound and injection procedures.

Education & Training

  • Doctorate of Medicine, Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, NE
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA
  • Sports Medicine Fellowship, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA

 

Board Certifications
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,
American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine,

Professional Memberships
American Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
American College of Sports Medicine
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine

Patient Referral

916-453-2191
916-453-2111 (Emergency Referral)
916-453-2395 (fax)
referrals.ncal@shrinenet.org

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