David L. Marshall, MD

David Marshall

Medical education: Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, MD
Residency: Naval Medical Center, Pediatrics
Fellowship: Children’s Sports Medicine Center, Akron, OH
Fellowship: Sports Medicine Clinic, Alpharetta, GA

Dr. Marshall is board certified in general pediatrics and is one of only 78 pediatricians in the U.S. who is also board certified in sports medicine. His expertise lies in the diagnosis and management of nonsurgical musculoskeletal injuries in young athletes. Some common conditions referred to him include: shoulder, elbow and wrist pain, low back, knee and ankle pain in the competitive young athlete. Dr. Marshall also manages various non-orthopaedic conditions such as exercise-induced asthma, concussions, diabetes and nutritional issues in the athletes including the use of supplements.

Dr. Marshall is the Medical Director of the Sports Medicine Program at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Chairman of the Committee on Sports Medicine and Fitness for the Georgia Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. His current projects include performance enhancement through the use of video motion analysis and the development of a Medical Advisory Committee for the Georgia High School Association.

Dr. Marshall and his wife, a pediatric radiologist, current reside in Dunwoody with their two children.

Clinic locations

Areas of focus

  • Sports medicine 
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Overuse injuries

Clinical interests

  • Non-operative musculoskeletal conditions
  • Sports injuries 
  • Overuse injuries and team sports
  • Concussion management 


Professional affiliations

  • American Board of Pediatrics
  • American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Sports Medicine and Fitness