Jamie O. Edwards, MD
Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital

Jamie O. Edwards, MD

Specialties:
  • Concussion Care Network
  • Spine & Neck
  • Sports Medicine

An active lifestyle is key to being healthy. Helping athletes, or any active individuals, return to their highest level of fitness is the focus of my practice.

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Bio

Dr. Edwards is fellowship trained in Sports Medicine and has utilized his expertise to provide care for such organizations as NCAA basketball, U.S. Figure Skating, Birkebiener Cross Country Skiing and the Greater Milwaukee Open Golf Tournament. With the wide variety of athletic pursuits Dr. Edwards has assisted, he is truly well rounded in the sports medicine field and will be able to offer exceptional care for all of your needs.

In addition, Milwaukee Magazine and peer physicians recognized Dr. Edwards as a Top Doctor in Southeast Wisconsin in 2018, 2016 and 2015.

Meet Dr. Edwards

Having been an athlete himself, Dr. Edwards’ philosophy towards treating your sports medicine injury is one centered on returning you back to your normal activity level and collaborating with you to do so. Watch this video to learn more about Dr. Edwards.

Additional Information

  • Specializes in sports medicine and non-operative spinal management (epidural injections).
  • Directs the Occupational Medicine program at the Orthopedic Institute of Wisconsin.

Clinical Interests

Epidural Injection, Sports Medicine

Languages

English

Education

  • Medical School

    University of Wisconsin - Madison, Wisconsin
  • Residency

    University of Wisconsin, Family Practice - Madison, Wisconsin
  • Fellowship

    UCLA Medical Center, Sports Medicine - Los Angeles, California

Board Certifications

American Board of Sports Medicine
Family Medicine

Blog Posts

  • Nonsurgical Relief for Neck & Back Pain

    Epidural steroid injections (ESIs) commonly treat acute or chronic neck and low back pain and related nerve irritation symptoms like numbness and tingling in the arms and legs…
  • Concussion Care Network

    By: Jamie Edwards, MD; Goran Jankovic, DO; Erin O’Tool, MD; & Terry Young, PsyD A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that is caused by a direct or indirect blow to…
  • Why Do I Feel Calf Pain After Running?

    Almost all healthy, active people who participate in vigorous activity experience some sort of cramping or calf pain at some point. This cramping and numbness or tingling are…
  • How to Master Pain Management During Athletic Training

    Pain is important. Nobody wants to experience it, but pain does have a purpose. Pain is the body’s way of communicating a potential problem or injury. Recently BBC…

Podcasts