Dr. Nord is a fellowship-trained Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in Sports
Medicine. While, his interests focus on the knee, shoulder and hip, he
treats a variety of conditions in both the athlete and non-athlete. Dr.
Nord is a firm believer that often, with the appropriate therapy, the
body is able to heal itself without surgery. However, when surgery is
necessary, Dr. Nord typically elects for an arthroscopic or minimally
invasive technique and uses modern well-proven methods.
Dr. Nord completed his Sports Medicine fellowship at Stanford University
where he took care of Stanford athletes and served as a Team Physician
for the Stanford Football Team. He also provided orthopedic care for the
San Francisco 49ers NFL football team.
Prior to joining Stanford, Dr. Nord completed his Orthopaedic Surgery residency
at NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York City, where he was selected
Executive Chief Resident during his final year. Dr. Nord received his
MD degree from Cornell University, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega
Alpha honor society and completed his undergraduate work at Duke University
where he graduated
summa cum laude with membership in Phi Beta Kappa.
Dr. Nord currently serves as Medical Director of the Washington Hospital
Sports Medicine Program. In his free time, Dr. Nord enjoys spending time
with his family, sports, and the outdoors. He is married to Kristin Nord,
a dermatologist, with whom he has four young children.
Read Dr. Nord's CV
Dr. Nord has been a team physician for the
West Coast Conference NCAA Basketball Championships in Las Vegas for the since 2012.
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