Ryan T. Beck, MD
Dr. Ryan Beck is board certified in orthopedic surgery and is fellowship-trained in orthopedic surgery sports medicine. He is a member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Southern Orthopaedic Association, American Medical Association, and Kentucky Medical Association. He co-authored several research articles published in peer-reviewed journals.
Dr. Beck is a native of western Kentucky. He attended Marshall County High School in Benton and received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology magna cum laude from the University of Kentucky. In 2010, Dr. Beck completed his medical degree at the University of Louisville School of Medicine and his residency in 2016 at the Southern Illinois School of Medicine.
In the last year of his residency, Dr. Beck served as chief resident of orthopedic surgery. In 2017, he gained a fellowship in orthopedic surgery sports medicine at Brigham & Women’s Hospital of Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Beck has team affiliations with the New England Revolution (Major League Soccer), BSU Football, Stonehill College Hockey, UIS Prairie Stars (all male and female teams), and Springfield Foxes (minor league football team). He provides game coverage for local high schools.
University of Kentucky – Bachelor of Science in biology Magna Cum Laude
University of Louisville School of Medicine (2006-2010)
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine (2011-2016) – Orthopedic Surgery Residency
Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School – Orthopedic Surgery Sports Medicine Fellowship
Memberships & Accreditations
American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
American Medical Association
Kentucky Medical Association
Southern Orthopaedic Association
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