Eliot Young, M.D.
Primary Care Sports Medicine
Dr. Eliot Young is a Primary Care Sports Medicine physician and director of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship (through TIGMER, Texas Institute for Graduate Medical Education and Research). He proudly served his country in the US Army, receiving his training at one of the most technologically advanced hospitals in the world. He has completed Fellowship training in both Academic and Sports Medicine. He also holds a teaching appointment with the UT Health San Antonio Medical School.
He has been a team physician for the San Antonio Rampage for 10 years, and recently became a team physician for the San Antonio Spurs. He is the head team physician for San Antonio FC professional soccer team.
For the last 10 years he has also been a team physician for the University of the Incarnate Word, as well as serving on the team physician staff for Trinity and UTSA.
He has served and traveled internationally as a team physician for USA Basketball, and has been recently added to the physician pool for US Ski and Snowboard teams. He serves as Medical Director of the San Antonio Rock and Roll Marathon.
Dr. Young is listed every year in "Best Doctors in America," Texas Monthly's "Super Doctor," and Marquis' "Who's Who in Health and Medicine." In 2013, Dr. Young and Marc Powell received the "Augie Award" for helping to organize the mass heart screening of over 2,000 high school students with AugustHeart