Primary Care Sports Medicine
DO, CAQSM, FAAFP
Dr. Doug Comeau is an assistant professor in family medicine and director of the Boston University primary care sports medicine fellowship. He attended medical school at UNECOM in Biddeford, ME. Dr. Comeau completed his family medicine residency at Tufts University, where he was administrative chief resident during his third year, and then completed a primary care sports medicine fellowship at Wake Forest University. He joined the family medicine department at BMC in July 2007.
Doug currently practices at the Ryan Center for Sports Medicine at Boston University and the orthopaedic clinic in Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center at Boston Medical Center. His special interests in medicine are osteopathic manipulation, concussion management and research, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Comeau serves as team physician for Boston College, Boston University, and Chelsea High School. Dr. Comeau is an avid Boston sports fan and also enjoys golf and entertainment. He currently resides in Melrose with his wife, Rainelle, and daughter, Charlotte.
Dr. Cardoos is an instructor in family medicine and primary care sports medicine. He completed his undergraduate degree at Williams College and attended medical school at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. While in medical school, he was elected by his peers to the Gold Humanism Honor Society, an organization that recognizes humanistic patient care and leadership in medicine. He completed residency at the Tufts University Family Medicine Residency Program at Cambridge Health Alliance, where he received awards for his dedication to patient care and for teaching. He then completed a primary care sports medicine fellowship at the University of Massachusetts, where he cared for athletes at numerous colleges in central and western Massachusetts. Dr. Cardoos joined the Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center in August 2015. At the Ryan Center for Sports Medicine, he provides care to sports medicine patients and has a special interest in performing procedures using ultrasound guidance. He also serves as a team physician for Boston College and Boston University. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, American College of Sports Medicine, and American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. In addition to providing care in sports medicine, he also sees primary care patients at the Charles River Medicine Practice on Boston University’s Charles River campus.
Dr. Huang is a board certified Sports Medicine physician specializing in the care of athletes of all ages. He graduated from The Chicago Medical School in 2002 and completed residency in family medicine at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City in 2005. He completed a sports medicine fellowship in Wichita Kansas at Via Christi Regional Medical Center.
In addition to practicing at the Ryan Center, Dr. Huang works with BU Student Health Services, is one of the team physicians at Boston University, and works with varsity and club athletes. He sees patients for acute and chronic overuse injuries, sprains, strains, fractures and concussions. He also uses musculoskeletal ultrasound for diagnostic procedures and for performing guided injections.
Alysia L. Green
Dr. Green was born and raised in Michigan, earning her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Michigan. She attended Wayne State School of Medicine in Detroit, MI, where she received her Doctor of Medicine and completed her residency in Family Medicine at Case University-University Hospitals of Cleveland. Following residency, she went on to complete a sports medicine fellowship at Michigan State University. Dr. Green is a Board Certified Family Physician with a certificate of added qualification in Sports Medicine. She is also an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine/Primary Care Sports Medicine, as well as the Assistant Fellowship director of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. She works at the Ryan Center for Sports Medicine, BMC’s orthopedic clinic, and BU student health services. She is the head team physician of Emerson College and a team physician at Boston University. She is also a team physician with USA Gymnastics working mainly with the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics program. Clinical interests include the female athlete, concussion, and infectious disease.
PT, DPT, OMT
Specialties: Orthopedics, sports medicine, manual therapy
James Camarinos is the clinic manager at the Boston University Physical Therapy Center, which offers comprehensive rehabilitation services to anyone within the community including Boston University students, faculty, and staff.
James is a graduate of the BS/DPT program at Boston University College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College. He has completed a two year post-professional fellowship program specializing in manual physical therapy at the Institute of Orthopedic and Manual Therapy in Woburn, MA.
For a complete list of physical therapy practitioners, please visit the BUPTC website.