• Regenerative Medicine, including Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
• Ankle Care
• Bone Stress Injuries
• Concussion Evaluation and Management
• Elbow Care
• Foot Care
• Fracture Care
• Hand Care
• Hip Care
• Knee Care
• Pediatric Care
• Scapular Dysfunction
• Shoulder Care
• Sports Injury Spine Care
• Wrist Care
PROCEDURES PERFORMED INCLUDE:
• Sports Diagnostic and Therapeutic Ultrasound – shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, hip, and foot
• Tenex (percutaneous tenotomy) for tendinopathies of the hip, elbow and foot
• Ultrasound Guided Injections and Procedures: • Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) • Intra-Articular Joint Steroid Injections • Intra-Articular Hyaluronic Acid Injections
Whether you are an elite athlete, a weekend warrior, or someone that wants to stay as active and healthy as possible in your everyday life, Dr. Collins will take an individualized approach to attain your goals.
Dr. Collins is a fellowship-trained primary care sports medicine physician who evaluates, diagnoses and treats various sports medicine and musculoskeletal concerns. Dr. Collins uses sports ultrasound imaging and radiology to help assess and treat the underlying diagnosis in patients. He has experience with athletes of every age and level of competition, from Olympic athletes and Division I college athletes to professionals.
In 2014, he enrolled at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in Lansing, MI, to earn his Doctor of Medicine degree. After completing his medical residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, he moved to Columbus, OH, where he completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at The Ohio State University.
While at The Ohio State University, Dr. Collins served as an Associate Physician, where he had the opportunity to care for and manage medical illnesses and orthopedic injuries for NCAA Division I athletics, including; Men’s Football, Men’s & Women’s Ice Hockey, Women’s Field Hockey, Men’s Volleyball, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse, Men’s and Women’s Track and Field, Men’s and Women’s Gymnastics, Men’s Baseball, and Women’s Softball. Additionally, he has provided medical care for the Columbus Clippers – the AAA affiliate of the Cleveland Guardians (MLB), the 2022 USA Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey team, various Big Ten tournaments, and the 2023 NCAA Men’s Basketball March Madness Tournament.
In 2023 USA Hockey selected Dr. Collins to join their Safety and Protective Equipment Committee (SPEC). Members serve as consultants to USA Hockey on all safety, injuries, and protective equipment matters. They continually study the game at all age and competition levels to develop means and methods of keeping the sport of ice hockey as safe and injury-free as possible for its participants, including making recommendations for changes in the playing rules.
When not seeing patients, Dr. Collins enjoys spending time with his wife, Samantha, and two children. During winter, you can find him planning and building a backyard ice hockey rink and coaching hockey. He also enjoys traveling, reading, being outdoors on the lake, golfing, hunting, fishing, and being an active volunteer and member of his local church and community.