After his fellowship at the University of South Carolina, Dr. Kroll began his career as a pediatric sports medicine physician. Dr. Kroll 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. More recently, he has provided coverage for Dacula, North Gwinnett and Lanier High Schools and was also a participating team physician for the All Sports Georgia High School State Wrestling Tournaments. Dr. Kroll specializes in treating young athletes with sports injuries, and is board certified in pediatrics and sports medicine. Dr. Kroll is a consulting associate for the Duke Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
In his free time he enjoys playing the guitar and piano, being active, and spending time with his friends and family.
Focus of Practice
- Sports medicine
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Overuse injuries
Areas of Interest
- Nonoperative musculoskeletal conditions
- Sports injuries
- Overuse injuries and team sports
- Concussion management
Dr. Steve Kroll's Medical Opinion On The Late Former NFL Linebackers
Dr. Steve Kroll gives CNN World Sport his medical opinion on the late former NFL linebacker's, Junior Seau, debilitating brain disease.
- American Academy of Pediatrics National Council on Sports Medicine & Fitness
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
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