Kayla Daniel

Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery


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    Research interests

    Female athlete triad, relative energy deficiency in sports, menstrual dysfunction in female athletes, ultrasound use in pediatric sports medicine.

    Clinical interests

    Pediatric sports medicine and sports injuries, pediatric musculoskeletal injuries, pediatric concussion care, adolescent sports medicine and sports injuries, non-surgical pediatric sports medicine care. Pediatric and adolescent ankle sprains, overuse injuries, apophysitis, stress fractures, hip pain, elbow pain, concussion, finger/toe injuries, female athlete triad, relative energy deficiency in sports, shoulder pain, wrist pain, simple fractures, clavicle fractures, knee pain, back pain.


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