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How does a physician become an NFL team physician?
Do team physicians share information among peers?
What are the most common injuries and medical problems among football players?
How has sports medicine for football players changed since the inception of the NFLPS in 1966?
How does treating NFL football injuries and conditions translate to advantages for general sports medicine patients?
How do NFLPS physicians collaborate with team trainers to ensure optimum health for players?
What is involved in the continuing medical education program for NFLPS physicians?
Are there term limits for NFLPS members?
How often do all NFLPS members meet?
What are typical topics at members meetings?
Do team physicians travel to all of the games?
What role do team physicians play in the NFL Draft?
What role do team physicians play at the NFL Combines?
Are team physicians employed by the different clubs, or are they independent consultants?
Do team physicians have their own practices, or do they work for the clubs full-time?
Elias Edward Khalfayan, Head Team Physician (voting)
Jonathon Drezner (voting)
Michael K McAdam
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