Not to sound ghoulish, but Dr. Michael Stuart will be standing by at the Olympic Games in Vancouver, waiting for something to go dreadfully wrong. T
he Rochester doctor has spent about 25 years patching up injured hockey players in his spare time. Today, he's heading north as the U.S. men's ice hockey team physician.
"I'm a hockey parent, I'm a hockey fan, I'm a hockey researcher," says Stuart, 52, an orthopedic surgeon at the Mayo Clinic.
Star Tribune by Maura Lerner, 2/11/2010
Tags: Dr. Michael Stuart, Hockey, Olympics, Sports Medicine