October 15, 2020
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Rothman Orthopaedic Institute names managing director, chief of central Florida expansion

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Daryl C. Osbahr, MD, has been named managing director and chief of orthopedic surgery for Rothman Orthopaedic Institute’s central Florida expansion – Rothman Florida, according to a press release.

A practicing adult and pediatric sports medicine surgeon, Osbahr completed his residency at Hospital for Special Surgery and his fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute, where he studied under James R. Andrews, MD.

Osbahr has held various roles in professional and Olympic sports, including co-chief medical officer for USA Baseball and network team physician for U.S. Soccer.

Daryl C. Osbahr
Daryl C. Osbahr

He also served as the chair of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Stop Sports Injuries Committee, as president of Florida Alliance for Sports Medicine and as executive committee member for the Professional Soccer Physicians Society.

“Dr. Osbahr is one of the top sports medicine surgeons in Florida with a national reputation,” Alexander R. Vaccaro, MD, PhD, MBA, president of Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, said in the release. “It was important to our brand that the leader selected for our Florida expansion had not only a national reputation of excellence but recognized in that same manner in the local market. We are thrilled to welcome him to the Rothman family.”

“Rothman Orthopaedics represents excellence in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine,” Osbahr said in the release. “I am thrilled to have an opportunity to help lead an initiative defined by excellence in all phases of orthopedic surgery and sports medicine care, including the highest quality clinic care, education, research, innovation and sports team coverage.”