Jason Levine, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
Chief, Division Sports Medicine
Orthopaedic Surgeon for the Toledo Rockets
Dr. Levine has been on staff at The University of Toledo Medical Center since 2006. He is chief of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine at The University of Toledo. He is an orthopaedic surgeon for the Toledo Rockets. Dr. Levine grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and attended Orange High School. He went to Miami University of Ohio and received a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology, 1992-96. He went on to attend the Medical College of Ohio where he received his MD degree, 1996-00. While at the Medical College of Ohio he was named into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, and received the Medical College of Ohio Alumni Association Award in 2000 for the student with the most outstanding academic record to stay in Toledo for residency.
Dr. Levine performed his Orthopaedic residency at the Medical College of Ohio, 2000-05. He did a sports medicine and arthroscopy fellowship at Mississippi Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center in Jackson, Mississippi, 2005-06. He has multiple publications in the scientific literature. He is the past President of The University of Toledo Medical Center Alumni Affiliate. Dr. Levine specializes in the arthroscopic treatment of complex shoulder, elbow, hip, and knee problems. He is licensed in the state of Ohio, and is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon.
Kristopher R. Brickman, M.D., FACEP
Chairman, Emergency Medicine
Medical Director, Emergency Department
Dr. Brickman graduated from Wright State University School of Medicine in 1983 and completed an Emergency Medicine residency at St. Vincent Medical Center/Toledo Hospital 1988.
He developed Northwest Ohio Emergency Services in 1989 and currently is CEO employing 35 to 40 physicians providing Emergency Department staffing at six surrounding hospitals in Northwest Ohio including the University of Toledo Medical Center. Also, he developed the Department of Emergency Medicine in July 2009 establishing the Emergency Medicine Residency Program and currently serves as Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Brickman has served as Medical Director of the Emergency Department at the University of Toledo Medical Center since 1992, coordinating and managing the clinical activities of the Emergency Department. He has been responsible for supervising students and residents from various disciplines ranging from third and fourth year medical students, PA students to residents from various programs including Emergency Medicine.
He has been actively involved in research activities with residents and students primarily involving clinical projects within the Emergency Department. His research efforts have focused on areas of Pediatric Resuscitation, Pain management, Resource Utilization and Sports Injuries. These activities have resulted in over thirty national and international presentations at various research conferences within Emergency Medicine and over twenty five publications.
Along with serving as a member of the Medical Executive committee over the last 18 years and as Faculty-Senate President 2007-2008, he has also been involved in numerous other committees within the institution including Credentials, Medical Records, Quality Assurance and Utilization, Critical Care, Ethics, Medical Occurrence, Trauma Care, Bioterrorism Task Force and Paramedic Committees.
He graduated with a degree in Biologic Sciences from Ohio State University in 1979 where he was a member of the nationally ranked Ohio State University Wrestling Team from 1977-1979. Since 1985 he has continued sports interests by serving as the Assistant Wrestling coach at St. John’s High School and as the team physician and medical advisor for all of the sports programs. In 2006 received the Ohio Outstanding Team Physician Award from the Ohio State Medical Board.
David Weldy, M.D., PhD
Assistant Professor, Family Medicine
Dr. Weldy earned his medical degree at the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, and completed his Family Medicine Residency at the MCO/St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo. Dr. Weldy received his MA and PhD in Exercise physiology from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, and completed a Family Medicine Fellowship in Academic Medicine from Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM) in Rootstown, Ohio. He is board certified in family medicine with an added qualification in sports medicine.
Dr. Weldy also attended Silliman University in the Philippines for two years before finishing his BA in Physical Education at Goshen College. He then taught physical education at Woodstock School in northern India for two years followed by four years of graduate school at Kent State University before attending medical school.
Prior to returning to Toledo, Dr. Weldy spent 20 years in private solo practice in the Ohio towns of Hiram, Mantua, and Ravenna, and since 1992, was an associate clinical professor at NEOUCOM where he also served on their Family Medicine Research Committee. He also was Associate Residency Director at Northside Hospital Family Medicine Residency for five years and precept at the Barberton Family Medicine Residency. He has served as team physician for Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio and several high schools in northeast Ohio including Crestwood High School for 20 years. He is currently the team physician for Rogers High School in Toledo and The University of Toledo Women’s Soccer Team.
Dr. Weldy is a member of many professional societies, including the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the American Medical Association, the Ohio State Medical Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians. He has served on OAFP’s Sports Medicine and Research committees and currently serves on OSMA’s Joint Advisory Committee on Sports Medicine. He was cited as one of Northeast Ohio’s top doctors in 2006 and 2007.
Dr. Weldy’s clinical interests are Sports Medicine and Exercise Physiology and the application of physical activity and fitness to patient health care and disease management. His research interests are in cognition and physical fitness with active projects in the Department of Kinesiology where he has a joint appointment.
Nael Bahhur, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Family Medicine/Sports Medicine
Cardiopulmonary and Metabolism Research Lab
Department of Kinesiology
Dr. Nael Bahhur is an assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine, at The University of Toledo Medical Center. He specializes in Primary Care Sports Medicine as well as Family Medicine. Dr. Bahhur earned his medical degree at Ross University School of Medicine and went on to complete his residency at The Toledo Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Bahhur completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at The Toledo Hospital Sports Med Fellowship Program.
Dr. Bahhur’s clinical interests lie in Concussion Management, Sports-Related Back Injures, and Treatment of Medical Conditions in the Athlete.
He was the Associate Medical Director, Sports Care-North Region in Adrian, MI. Also, he was the Associate Director of The Toledo Hospital Sports Med Fellowship Program. He serves as a Team Physician for UT Rockets Athletics. Dr. Bahhur is honored to be the Medical Director for the 2010 Glass City Marathon.
David H. Sohn, J.D., M.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Division of Sports Medicine
Orthopaedic Surgeon for the Toledo Rockets
Dr. David H. Sohn is an assistant professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Division of Sports Medicine, at The University of Toledo (UT) College of Medicine. He earned his medical degree at the University of California, San Diego and completed his orthopaedic residency at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI. In June 2008, he finished his sports medicine and shoulder surgery fellowship at Duke University, Durham, NC where he studied tissue engineered scaffolds for cartilage repair and authored Current Concepts articles for meniscal debridement and meniscal transplantation. Dr. Sohn is board eligible in orthopaedic surgery. Prior to entering medical school, Dr. Sohn graduated from Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, is a national writer on medical-legal issues for AAOS Now, and serves on the interdisciplinary committee for medical and law school studies at the University of Toledo. He is also a team physician for the Division I University of Toledo football and men’s basketball teams.
As an assistant professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Dr. Sohn is integral in providing patient care and resident education, particularly in the areas of articular cartilage restoration and arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder, hip and knee. His clinical interests are in cartilage restoration of the knee, retrograde "all-inside" ACL reconstruction of the knee, arthroscopic hip labral repair and osteoplasty of the femoral neck, and arthroscopic rotator cuff and labral repair of the shoulder. His primary research interests are in cartilage restoration, the design of engineered scaffolds and health policy.
Master’s in Health Care Administration
Registered Dietitian, Licensed Dietitian
A native of Greenwood, Arkansas, Alexis earned her undergraduate degree from The University of Central Arkansas and her graduate degree from The Oklahoma State University. She has worked as a registered dietitian, a consultant dietitian, and a nutrition education coordinator before coming to The University of Toledo Medical Center. Alexis enjoys kayaking and cheering on the Toledo Rockets.
Burt Rogers, E.d.D., M.B.A., A.T.C., P.T.A.
Dr. Burt Rogers is a Toledo native where he graduated from Bowsher High School in 1968. He attended Ashland University on a football scholarship. He earned his B. Ed. in Biological Sciences in 1972. Dr. Rogers earned his Masters degree in School and Public Health in 1974 and a combined Doctorate from The University of Toledo and The University of Toledo Medical Center in 1979 in Biomechanics and Anatomy. Dr. Rogers’ doctoral dissertation examined Cervical Spine Rotary Isokinetic evaluations. As a by-product of his research, in 1980, Dr. Rogers secured a patent for a cervical spine connector which interphases the patient with Isokinetic equipment. He secured his MBA in from Troy State University in Birmingham, Alabama in 2002 with an emphasis in Financial Parameters of the Sports Medicine Market.
Dr. Rogers has authored articles in national and international journals and presented papers at regional and national symposia. Recent work centers on financial and market variables which impact sports medicine programs. He has been asked to submit an abstract for presentation on Legal Liabilities in Athletic Training at the international Sports Medicine Conference in Germany July 2011. From 1979-1985 he was an Assistant Clinical Professor in The Department of Family Medicine, where he frequently lectured on athletic training and sports medicine concepts.
Dr. Rogers was the head football coach at Bowsher High School where he posted a 34-19 record and was voted The Toledo City League 1985 Coach of the Year. He has been inducted into the Bowsher High School Hall of Fame and The Toledo City League Athletic Hall of Fame in November 2009.
Currently Dr. Rogers is the Liaison for Sports Medicine at The University of Toledo Medical Center where he coordinates all phases of the sports medicine program including overseeing their seventeen contracted schools.
James P. Reilly, Med, ATC
Mr. Reilly is a 1984 graduate of St. Francis De Sales High School. He earned his B.S. degree from The Ohio State University in 1984 and his master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Toledo in 1988. He is a licensed athletic trainer/strength and conditioning specialist having provided over 20 years of excellent service at the high school, college and professional levels. Jim has working relationships with most of the strength training staffs in the National Football and many in Division I athletic programs. He is able to communicate both as a strength and conditioning specialist and an athletic trainer. He is also an expert in the fabrication and modification of strength training equipment. Most recently, he personally oversaw the construction, equipment purchasing, modification and installation of two state of the art facilities on the Toledo Central Catholic High School Campus.
Jim makes numerous strength and conditioning presentations regionally, nationally and has recently been invited to speak in Bejing, China
Currently, Mr. Reilly coordinates the sports medicine services in the Sylvania Junior High School System and strength and conditioning services for men and women at Toledo Central Catholic High School.