Michael Petrizzi, MD, FAAFP

Clinical Professor of Family Medicine and Population Health; Clinical Practice Virginia Commonwealth University Sports Medicine Center, Virginia Commonwealth University Athletics Primary Care Physician and Hanover Family Physicians; National Procedures Institute Faculty

FMX Sessions: Musculoskeletal: Sideline Management Assessment Response Techniques (SMART), CME432; Musculoskeletal: Splinting, Wrapping, Casting and Taping, CME437, CME438, CME439, CME440

Dr. Petrizzi practices full-spectrum family medicine, from newborn to nursing home, with a sports medicine concentration. He is the recipient of the SUNY Downstate Medical Center George Liberman Excellence in Family Medicine Teaching Award and served on the Virginia Department of Education Policy on Concussion for Student Athletes subcommittee. As part of his career-long passion for caring for high school athletes, he continues to serve on the Virginia High School League Sports Medicine Advisory Committee and as the Atlee High School team physician. He is the co-developer of the SMART workshop. Dr. Petrizzi is the Primary Care Physician for the VCU Rams and now also sees patient at the VCU Sports Medicine Center. He has authored or edited numerous articles and books on Sports Medicine. This will be his 21st year presenting at FMX, specializing in field-side management, casting and splinting, exam techniques, and joint injections. Dr. Petrizzi is an AAFP Fellow.