About Clifton Page, MD
Dr. Page is a specialty physician board certified in family and sports medicine. His clinical interests include the non-operative care of sports-related injuries, musculoskeletal ultrasound, ultrasound-guided injection therapies (including platelet rich plasma and viscosupplementation), concussion evaluation and management and sports injury prevention. Dr. Page is also trained to perform adipose and bone marrow derived stem cell treatments for musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Current research interests include concussion in youth sports, stem cell therapy for sports related injury, arthritis and the use of bioanalytics in injury prevention and sports performance.
Upon completing his fellowship, Dr. Page spent 11 years at the University of Miami. In Miami, he served as Assistant Clinical Professor in the Departments of Orthopedics and Family Medicine at the University of Miami Sports Medicine Institute, Fellowship Director of the Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami Hospital Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and Team Physician for the Miami Marlins, University of Miami football, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball. During his time in Miami Dr. Page also served as Medical Director for US Sailing.
Dr. Page became interested in sports medicine because he grew up around sports and was a multi-sport athlete. His goal is to provide tailored care to address the needs of his patients to allow them safe and quick return to the activities they love.
A native of Oklahoma, Dr. Page currently resides in Aldie, Virginia with his wife Monica and daughters Zandie and Ellis. In his spare time, he enjoys staying active, watching movies and spending time with his family.
- American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
- American College of Sports Medicine