Sterling-CV

Certification

American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; 1999; recertified 2009
American Board of Preventive Medicine / Public Health; 1994
Certified Impact Concussion Physician

Honors

United States Olympic Festival, Colorado Springs, CO; 1995
US Team Physician, 1996 Paralympics, Atlanta, Georgia
US Team Physician, 1998 Winter Olympics, Nagano, Japan
Head Physician – 2000 Paralympics, Sydney, Australia
Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine
Fellow, American Academy of PM&R

Training

Undergraduate
Houston Baptist University, Houston, TX; 1975-1978
Degree – Bachelor of Science, Chemistry/Biology

Graduate
Texas A&M University; 1986-1987
Degree – Master of Science, Physical Education
Exercise Science/Physiology

Medical School
University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX; 1978-1982
Degree – Doctor of Medicine

Internship – General Surgery 
University of Texas Teaching Hospitals, San Antonio, TX; 1982-1983
General Surgery

Residency 
Parkland Memorial Hospital, UT Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX; 1995 – 1997
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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