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  • Ever wonder what it's like to be an NBA team doc? In Cleveland, it's like this.

    Dr. Richard Parker is the head team physician for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He describes how taking care of a sports team is different than working in the traditional orthopaedics office, and talks about fanatics.

Ever wonder what it's like to be an NBA team doc? In Cleveland, it's like this.

Dr. Richard Parker is the head team physician for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He describes how taking care of a sports team is different than working in the traditional orthopaedics office, and talks about fanatics.
Cleveland Clinic