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Sports Medicine
At The Highest Level


Knees are among the most commonly injured joints in sports – especially those sports that involved pivoting or quick start and stop. Learn more about the many injuries we treat and the latest advances.


The shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in the body and the strength of the muscles surrounding the shoulder is very important in most recreational activities. Find out how we treat sports injuries as well as wear and tear conditions like arthritis.


The elbow can be very susceptible to overuse injuries. We see a variety of elbow issues ranging from tendinitis to major ligament tears to cartilage damage. Find out more about these conditions and how they’re treated.

Anderson Sports Medicine

Anderson Sports Medicine is a
premiere Michigan destination
for Orthopedic Sports Medicine.

Meet Kyle Anderson, M.D.

Dr. Anderson has been a team orthopedic surgeon for the Detroit Lions since 2000.  He has also worked as a Team Physician for the Detroit Tigers (1999-2006) and as an Orthopedic Consultant for the Detroit Red Wings (2000–2006).  As an undergraduate student, he played football under Bo Schembechler at the University of Michigan. During residency training, Dr. Anderson worked with the physicians of the Chicago Bears (1993-1999), Chicago Cubs (1997-1998), and Chicago Blackhawks (1994-1998). As a fellow in Sports Medicine in New York, he worked with the physicians of the New York Giants (1998-1999) and New York Mets (1998-1999).

In academic practice, Kyle Anderson, MD has authored over 50 scientific research papers, several book chapters, and has presented research at nearly 90 regional, national and international scientific meetings. He has developed several surgical instruments and implants and has helped refine surgical techniques which are used both nationally and internationally.