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Sports Medicine, Orthopedics
American Board of Family Medicine; Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine
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Dr. Callahan and I had some communications issues in earlier appointments. We now have a great working relationship.
Dr. Callahan is excellent in all respects. I have a clear plan of action for my knee problem.
Dr. Callahan has been paramount in my recovery, he´s the best!
My health concern was a new problem for me and I was not knowledgeable in this area of medicine. It seems like Dr Callahan is competent in what he does and gave me a diagnosis. But it needs to be evaluated by another department if treatment he recommended does not work. Dr kept referring to another department as "them", and talked about they do this and they do that. After the visit, I felt maybe I should have seen them? Dr Callahan was nice and glad he gave me a diagnosis but he made the treatment he recommended sound like hard challenge.
Dr. Callahan´s advice was respectful and relevant.
Wonderful visit Thank you
Excellent doctor !
Dr. Callahan is great, I have never experienced any issues with him.
I contacted him twice with questions regarding my condition through the portal and he responded very quickly. I appreciated that took my plans into consideration and was with me on my quest to avoid surgery.
Non-operative orthopedics, sports medicine, overuse injuries, arthritis, sporting event medical coverage and concussion management
University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, 2004
Family Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, 2007
Primary Care Sports Medicine, UC Davis/UC Berkeley, Sacramento, Calif., 2008
Dr. Callahan enjoys soccer, running, skiing, hiking, fishing and camping.
"I intend to approach my patients with an understanding of both of their presenting problem and their goals. This allows us to collaborate on a treatment plan focusing on a healthy body and lifestyle as well as return to activity, whether that be work, play, or competitive sport."
"As a primary care sports medicine specialist and family physician, I am able to evaluate and treat musculoskeletal injury and exercise related illness taking the whole patient into consideration. I hope that I might complement the excellent care provided by a patient's primary care physician and other specialists in order to meet the patient's goals."
On Virginia Mason
"I'm proud to have become a team member at an organization that seeks and maintains nationally recognized care standards and puts the patient at the center of focus."