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Jerry Stephen Kroll, Jr, MD

Pediatric Sports Medicine Primary Care Physician

Gender
Male
Language
English

Primary Specialty

Sports Medicine


Education

Board Certification
Am Bd Pediatrics (Sub: Sports Medicine), American Board of Pediatrics
Medical School:
West Virginia University School of Medicine
Residency:
West Virginia University
Fellowship:
University of South Carolina School of Medicine

Network


MYchart

Introduction

After his fellowship at the University of South Carolina, Dr. Kroll began his career as a pediatric sports medicine primary care physician. Dr. Kroll specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sports-related injuries, nonoperative musculoskeletal injuries, overuse injuries and concussion management. He is double board-certified in pediatrics and sports medicine. Early morning appointments are available with Dr. Kroll at our orthopedic and sports medicine clinic at Children’s at Meridian Mark.

Dr. Kroll is the team physician for Riverwood High School and The Mount Vernon School in Sandy Springs, GA. In the past, he has provided sports medicine physician coverage for multiple NCAA Division I teams in West Virginia and South Carolina, including the University of South Carolina football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, baseball, softball, track, swimming and diving, tennis, golf, equestrian and cheerleading. Dr. Kroll is also a founding member of Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine (PRiSM) and a fellow with the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Focus of Practice

  • Sports medicine
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Overuse injuries

Areas of Interest

  • Nonoperative musculoskeletal conditions
  • Sports injuries
  • Overuse injuries and team sports
  • Concussion management

Locations

Childrens Physician Group - Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine

Childrens at Meridian Mark, 5445 Meridian Mark Rd NE Ste 250 Atlanta, GA 30342 Get Directions 404-255-1933

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