Dr. Michael Kelly holds multiple board certifications in both Internal Medicine and Sports Medicine with a concentration on non-operative orthopedics and minimally invasive methods of healing injuries.
Dr. Kelly has too many sports medicine publications to list but include a number of respected medical journals and popular magazines and web sites. Dr. Kelly has authored three sports medicine books and numerous chapters in medical text books.
Dr. Kelly has been featured on The History Channel and Spike TV and has been quoted in a number of magazines and online news sites including Esquire, Maxum, Fightland, and Full Contract Figher. Dr. Kelly has covered numerous professional sports including championship mixed martial arts and boxing events on HBO, Showtime, ESPN, ESPN2, Spike, CBS and PPV.
Dr. Kelly is a school doctor for Seton Hall University, Caldwell University, Centenary University, Newark Academy, Florham Park School District, Livingston School District, North Plainfield School District, and West Orange School District. Dr. Kelly is also a physician with the NJ state athletic control board.
Dr. Kelly attended Rutgers University where he received a bachelors degree in biology, graduated magna cum laude, and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. Dr. Kelly received his medical degree from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Kelly completed an internal medicine residency at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York and a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania /Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Kelly has been involved with the martial arts since a child.. He currently holds a high ranking black belt and has been inducted into the Universal Martial Arts Hall of Fame and the NJ Martial Arts Hall of Fame.
Dr. Kelly has an interest in applying modern non-operative technology to common orthopedic conditions. He is one of the first doctors in the northeast to embrace new treatment options including viscosupplemenation, biologic treatments like PRP, Stem cells, and minimally invasive procedures to cure sports injuryies. (F.A.S.T., Tenex).
Dr. Michael Kelly