Eugene Byrne, MD
Eugene Byrne, MD graduated from Kean University with a degree in Physical Therapy prior to graduating from Rutgers Medical School in New Jersey with his Doctor of Medicine. Rutgers Medical School was also where he received his Orthopaedic training. Dr. Byrne continued his orthopaedic training in a Sports Medicine fellowship at the Cincinnati Bone and Joint Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio/University of Cincinnati. While in Cincinnati, he assisted in coverage of the University of Cincinnati sport teams and local professional football and hockey teams. He was on the medical staff at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi Russia and the Chief Medical Officer for the Vancouver US Paralympics team. Dr. Byrne currently serves as Chief Medical Officer of the United States Bobsled-Skeleton and United States Luge Federations as well as Sports Medicine Consultant for the United States Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid. Dr. Byrne is Board Certified and a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.