Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Overview

Our fellowship-trained faculty are the team doctors for Texas A&M athletics, and you can join them. Learn basic and advanced sports medicine procedures to enhance your practice. Learn everything others are talking about including MSK ultrasound, athlete EKG interpretation, stress testing, fluoroscopically guided procedures, advanced fracture management and much more.


Our mission is to conduct comprehensive primary care sports medicine training that prepares physicians to provide the highest quality of care.


The Texas A&M Primary Care Sports Medicine Program is designed to:

  • Facilitate a breadth of learning that will allow our residents/fellows to meet the needs of diverse communities.
  • Facilitate learning in the full range from prevention and wellness to acute and chronic illness and injury management in young and old patients.
  • Teach fellows the breadth and depth of the health care team and how to be effective team members and leaders through application of their increased training in Primary Care Sports Medicine.
  • Ground fellows in the skills of scholarly activity that will allow them to remain up to date in a rapidly changing profession.

Program Structure

The Texas A&M Primary Care Sports Medicine Program is structured to meet the requirements of the ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine. The one-year fellowship program provides the fellows clinical experience to independently practice primary care sports medicine upon completion of the program.

Basic Schedule Layout

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat/Sun
PCSM A&M phys
Rotation PCSM OR Procedures  
Rotation PCSM Continuity
Campus SM
  Training Room
      Selected practice/event

Texas A&M PCSM 12 Month Curriculum Overview

  • General Sports Medicine Orthopedics - 6 weeks
  • Hand & Upper Extremity Orthopedics - 6 weeks
  • Foot & Ankle Orthopedics - 6 weeks
  • Spine Orthopedics - 6 weeks
  • Pediatric Orthopedics - 6 weeks
  • PM&R and Musculoskeletal Radiology - 6 weeks
  • Orientation PCSM - 4 weeks
  • Electives - 12 weeks
  • Noon Conferences/Didactics - weekly during each rotation
  • Academic Research Time - weekly during each rotation
  • Primary Care Sports Medicine clinic - at least three half-days each week
  • Continuity Clinic in Primary Certification - at least one half-day each week
  • Ortho Workshops (ie. Casting/splinting) for residents and students - as scheduled
  • Mass Event Planning/Coverage (Special Olympics, BCS Marathon, Texas Ultra race, Texas Games)
  • Continuity high school sports coverage through an assigned team
  • National Sports Medicine Conference Case Poster Presentation

Current Sports Medicine Fellows


Alex Anderson, M.D.

Hometown: Kenner, Louisiana

Undergraduate: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge,Louisiana

Medical School: Louisiana State University Health Science Center, Shreveport, Louisiana

Residency: LSU- Lake Charles Memorial Hospital, Lake Charles,Louisiana

Personal Interests: Weightlifting, scuba diving, traveling, fine dining, saltwater aquariums

I love this fellowship because: Exposure to Division I NCAA athletics, high volume of ultrasound guided procedures, autonomy with sports coverage and most of all the faculty and support staff that made me feel at home when I rotated and interviewed.

Future Plans: Back to Louisiana for Sports Medicine/Family Medicine


Sujan Gogu, DO 

Hometown: San Antonio

Undergraduate: Univeristy of Texas at San Antonio

Medical School: Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine- Virgina Campus

Residency: University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Personal Interests: Playing and watching any sport, music, food, travel 

I love this fellowship because: There are several reasons I chose Texas A&M Sports Medicine as my top ranked program. The faculty are so brilliant and fun to work with. Cutting edge science with the regenerative medicine and use of US in everyday practice. Outstanding number of different types of procedures, patients, and care that can be offered. Coverage of high school sports, Texas A&M athletes, and Blinn College. Success of prior fellows who have graduated.

Future Plans: Sports Medicine, Pain Management, Urgent Care, International Medicine