Sean Bryan, M.D.

Dr. Bryan is a board certified, non-surgical sports medicine physician, who specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Having been in practice for over 20 years, Dr. Bryan has treated a vast array of athletes and non-athletes alike. He completed a Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University and has served as a team physician at the professional, collegiate and high school levels.

Dr. Bryan is a member of several professional societies and is widely published.  He has lectured nationwide and continues to participate in educating medical professionals in the field of sports medicine.

  • B.A., La Salle Univeristy, Philadelphia, PA
  • M.D., Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
  • Residency, Family Medicine, Chestnut Hill Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
  • Fellowship, Primary Care Sports Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
Titles & Certifications
  • Board Certified, American Board of Family Practice with Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine
Professional Associations
  • American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • American College of Sports Medicine

Book Chapters

Annett S, Cassas K, Bryan S. Gender Differences: Considerations for the Female Endurance Athlete. In: Miller TL, ed. Endurance Sports Medicine. Springer International Publishing Switzerland; 2016:55-70.

Konin JG, Bryan ST, Shimer A. Cervical Spine Injuries. In: Starkey C, ed. Athletic Training and Sports Medicine: An Integrated Approach. 5th ed. Burlington, MA: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons/Jones & Bartlett Learning; 2013:544-579.


Peer Reviewed Monograph

Rankin GW, Bryan ST, Kilmer NI, et al. Diagnostic Imaging Update. FP Essentials, Monograph Edition No. 328, AAFP Home Study. Leawood, Kan: American Academy of Family Physicians, September 2006.


Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Coris EE, Pescasio M, Zwygart K, Gonzalez E, Farrar T, Bryan S, Konin J, McElroy T. Office-based ultrasound in sports medicine practice. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine 2011;21(1):57-61.

Bryan ST, Shaver SL, Trojian TH. Have Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowships Influenced Family Medicine Residency Match Rates? The Internet Journal of Family Practice 2008;6(2).

Bryan ST, Coleman NJ, Blueitt D, Kilmer NI. Bladder Problems in Athletes. Current Sports Medicine Reports 2008;7(2):97-101.

Bryan ST, McShane JM, Schweitzer ME. Femoral Head Contusion without Hip Dislocation: Low-Energy Trauma in a Female Basketball Player. The Physician and Sportsmedicine 2002;30(11):38-42.

Bryan ST, Barton ST. Exercise Immunology and Infectious Diseases in Athletes: A Clinically Relevant Review. The Internet Journal of Family Practice 2001;2(1).


Peer Reviewed Abstracts

Rankin G, Kilmer N, Bryan S. Knee Injury in a High School Football Player (Abstract). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2005;37(5):S290.

Truty SJ, Bryan S. Flank Pain – Football (Abstract). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2003;35(5):S251.

Bryan S, Hash R, Vogel R. Sports Medicine Faculty in US Family Practice Residencies (Abstract). Family Medicine 2002;34(7):548.


Letters to the Editor in

Peer Reviewed Journals

Bryan ST, Hash RB, Vogel RL. Survey of Sports Medicine Faculty. Family Medicine 2003;35(7):463.

McShane JM, Balsbaugh T, Simpson Z, Diamond JJ, Bryan ST, Velez J. Letter to the Editor. American Journal of Sports Medicine 2000;28(1):

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