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Dr. Marshall Kuremsky is an orthopedic surgeon in North Carolina who holds double-board certification for hand surgery and sports medicine. As a highly experienced board-certified subspecialty orthopedic physician, he is able to address a wide range of conditions. This includes addressing problems with the shoulder joint, elbow joint, hand and upper extremity, and sports injuries (among others).
Dedicated to providing multidisciplinary and comprehensive care, Dr. Kuremsky works closely with his staff, certified hand therapists, and physical therapists to create personalized treatment plans. Alongside his team, he routinely treats professional athletes, adults, and pediatric patients.
After graduating from the University of Virginia, where he was in the Echols Scholars Honors Program, Dr. Kuremsky acquired his medical school degree at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City. Following, he completed his internship and orthopedic surgery residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Dr. Kuremsky was selected as a chief resident in orthopedic surgery during his residency and completed two years as a research fellow. During his residency, he also had the opportunity to present at many national and local meetings as well as publish research related to sports medicine and hand surgery.
Following residency, Dr. Kuremsky completed subspecialty training, earning a hand and upper extremity fellowship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He then continued training at the renowned American Sports Medicine Institute, where he earned a fellowship in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery under the leadership of Dr. James Andrews.
Dr. Kuremsky’s expertise also derives from his ample experience as a team physician. This includes assisting with team coverage for the 2011-2012 National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide football team, serving as the team physician for the Birmingham Barons Minor League Baseball team, and Huntingdon College in Alabama.
Today, Dr. Kuremsky is the team physician for the Holly Springs Salamanders semi-pro baseball team, Assistant Professor of the Department of Surgery at Campbell University School of Medicine, and a team physician for Campbell University and their athletes.
His extensive fellowship training and experience as a sports medicine specialist enable Dr. Kuremsky to address a wide variety of orthopedic conditions and injuries, which include:
To help encourage optimal recovery and help to return his patients safely back to their favorite sports and physical activities, Dr. Kuremsky performs the following treatments and surgical procedures:
As part of his ongoing commitment to the latest approaches in orthopedics, Dr. Kuremsky continues to actively research and publish articles covering arthroscopic surgery, shoulder, and knee problems. His most recent publications include chapters on arthroscopic elbow surgery and Tommy John reconstructive surgery, featured in Orthopedic Sports Medicine, an industry-leading sports medicine textbook.
Dr. Kuremsky lives in Raleigh with his family and enjoys working out, running, golf, reading, movies, and being active outdoors.
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