Meeting professional athletes is a dream for many, but treating them had been a reality for Sebastian Ksionski, MD. Dr. Ksionski joins Centra Health after years of well-rounded medical practice, most recently focusing on pain treatment and sports medicine. Dr. Ksionski's most recent achievements include acting as the medical director a multi-disciplinary multi-modal center focused on Sports and Pain management and therapies, managing active and retired college and professional athletes, specifically with the Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota Twins, and training and teaching residents and fellows about sports medicine and pain management.
- Sports Medicine, John Peter Smith Hospital, June 2010
- Pain Medicine, John Peter Smith Hospital — UT Southwestern, June 2011
- Fort Wayne Medical Education Program, June 2009
- Bachelor of Science, University of New Mexico, June 1999
- Doctor of Medicine, Karol Marcinkowski University of Medical Sciences, June 2009
- Cardiovascular Life Support
- American Medical Association
- Advanced Qualifications in Sports Medicine Certification
- American Board of Family Medicine Boarded Diplomate, American Board of Family Medicine
- ACGME Accredited Pain Fellowship Certification
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