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Dr William I Sterett

Dr William Sterett is a Partner at The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado. He is Head Team Physician for the United States Women's Alpine Ski Team and the United States Medical Consultant to the International Federation of Skiing. Dr. Sterett trained in medicine at the University of California, Davis, and undertook two fellowships, the first in knee and shoulder sports medicine at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic and a second in trauma and joint preservation in Bern, Switzerland and Hannover, Germany. He is widely published in the medical press and has presented at many conferences worldwide.


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