Meet Dr. Erickson-Adams
Dr. Erickson-Adams joined the Bone and Joint Center from East Lansing, Michigan where she completed her fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at Michigan State University. She received her medical degree from Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Erickson-Adams is specially trained to provide non-operative treatment options for sports-related and active lifestyle injuries including: concussions, fracture management and over-use and misuse conditions. While not working, Dr. Erickson-Adams enjoys playing softball & basketball, biking, rollerblading and traveling.
COURTNEY ERICKSON-ADAMS, M.D., Sports Medicine
Undergraduate degree: Biology and Chemistry – Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI
Medical degree: Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
Residency: Family Medicine – MacNeal Family Medicine, Berwyn, IL
Fellowship: Primary Care Sports Medicine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Board-certified: American Board of Family Medicine
Practice: The Bone & Joint Center
Memberships: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians
An Elite Fellowship
Dr. Erickson-Adams was a part of the fellowship program at Michigan State University (NCAA division I), one of the first primary care sports medicine fellowships in the country and started with some of the founding fathers of sports medicine. During her time at MSU, Dr. Erickson-Adams was able to work as a team physician, providing sideline and game coverage for the following sports: women’s soccer, volleyball, softball and basketball, football, men’s basketball, hockey, wrestling, and track and field.
Dr. Erickson-Adams traveled with the women's basketball team as team physician for the Big Ten tournament in Chicago, as well as the NCAA tournament in Maryland.
Training Experience and Expertise
In addition to her time at MSU, Dr. Erickson-Adams has served as team physician for the Lansing Lugnuts, a minor league baseball team. She worked as team physician for Olivet College for football and covered a weekly injury evaluation clinic.
Dr. Erickson-Adams had the opportunity to work as a volunteer physician alongside Dr. Larry Nassar, USA women's gymnastics head team physician, at Twistar's gymnastics club for their weekly injury clinics as well as various competitions.
At Playmaker's, a running store in East Lanson, MI, Dr. Erickson Adams volunteered at an injury clinic to work primarily with runners and their various injuries. During her residency at MacNeal Family Medicine, she did four visiting sports medicine rotations.