Sports Medicine Specialists from Medical Trends
|7,550||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$110.00/M|
|Email Addresses||+ $175.00/M|
Sports Medicine Specialist from Medical Trends targets medical professionals who specialize in the non-surgical treatment of sports injuries.
This group allows you to target highly intelligent, ambitious, well-educated healthcare professionals who are dedicated to the care and well-being of athletes. This target group has received their doctorate degree and completed an internship and residency program. Continuing education is essential for doctors to keep up with medical advances and license requirements. Docs attend classes, workshops, conventions, seminars and read journals, articles, magazines, and publication to stay current in sports medicine.
These physicians treat athletes of all ages and levels, from the weekend warrior, to the little league player, to the professional athlete. They treat ankle and muscle sprains, knee and shoulder injuries, fractures, overuse injuries, mild head trauma, nutrition, supplement and performance issues, and asthma. Sports doctors are committed to the prevention of sports injuries, and they educate their patients on exercises, workouts, proper nutrition, and the dangers of steroids and performance enhancing drugs. The decision of when an athlete can return to the field lies with them. Sports medicine specialists work in group or private practice or for national or local teams. Team doctors work with nurses, athletic trainers, and physical therapists and will make referrals to surgeons when necessary. Those in solo-practice also have the administrative responsibilities of running a practice. They need health insurance for their employees and family, investment and asset management services for their retirement, malpractice insurance, bookkeeping and accounting services.
Sports medicine specialists are sports enthusiasts. Free time is spent playing sports in intramural and parks and rec leagues. They typically purchase season tickets, and they watch televised or live college and professional sporting events. They enjoy the World Series, the Super Bowl, March Madness, the Olympics, the Stanley Cup Finals. They follow players and know statistics. Their spouse may be a sports widow.
Physical fitness is a priority. A doctor maintains a healthy lifestyle by eating right, exercising, and taking vitamin supplements. They may shop at a health food store to ensure they are getting the proper nutrients. The MD may have a gym membership, run, or bike. They may take martial arts, yoga, spin, Zumba or other exercise classes.
Many in this group graduate with a high debt load due to student loans, so at the beginning of their career, they may need a budget or money management system. MDs are a highly compensated group, so as their career progresses, they tend to have discretionary income. They can then purchase luxury homes, vehicles, vacations, and other toys such as RVs, ATVs, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and high-end electronics. They can splurge on boating, theatre, country clubs, restaurants, golf courses. They manage their personal financial portfolio and enjoying investing. They strive to balance work and home demands, so they hire out many of the household chores such as lawn, home and, car maintenance, cleaning, banking, grocery shopping, and other personal errands.
This list is ideal for any medical related publication, catalog, continuing education, or seminar offers.
|Level of Education||20.00/M|
|Number of Employees||10.00/M|
|State of License||10.00/M|