Amy (Stromwall) Beacom, MD attends the Pan American Games with women’s USA swim team

Amy (Stromwall) Beacom, M.D. traveled to Guadalajara, Mexico as a physician with Team USA women’s swim team in October.  “The Pan Am Games were crazy,” said Dr. Beacom. “We sent 47 swimmers, 12 staff and won 44 medals!  It was a great seven days of swimming.” Dr. Beacom specializes in non-operative sports medicine at Summit Orthopedics and has worked as a women’s swim team physician for Team USA over the last several years.

The Pan American Games are held every four years, in the year before the summer Olympic Games and are the second-largest multi-sport event behind only the summer Olympics. Dr. Beacom is awaiting her next assignment.

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  • Amy Beacom, M.D.

    “Staying active has always been important to me — in and out of the water. That’s why I’ve dedicated my practice to treating running and swimming orthopedic injuries. So my patients are able to stay active too.”

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  • Caroline Stommes, DPT

    “It is exciting to find out what is most important to each patient then developing a plan to help them
    return to those activities.”

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