Joseph Garry, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Joseph Garry

Contact Info

garry036@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-626-2338

Mailing Address:
420 Delaware St. SE
MMC 381
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Administrative Assistant Name
Brenda Dolejs

Administrative Phone
612-626-2338

Administrative Email
dole0010@umn.edu

Administrative Fax Number
612-624-5930

MD, University of Minnesota

University of California Los Angeles Family Medicine Residency

Fellowship in sports medicine, Thomas Jefferson University

Fellowship in research, University of South Carolina

Fellowship in faculty development, East Carolina University

Fellowship in Leadership in Academic Medicine, US Public Health Service National Center of Leadership in Academic Medicine

CAQ in sports medicine

Summary

Joseph Garry, MD, is faculty in the University of Minnesota Program in Sports Medicine and sees patients at the University of Minnesota Physicians Sports Medicine Clinic. He completed post-graduate training in academic medicine, faculty development, public health, primary care sports medicine, and research. Previously, he worked for the U.S. Air Force and held faculty positions at the University of Arkansas and East Carolina University. Garry is involved in research and serves as a reviewer for a variety of sports medicine journals, including the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine.

Dr. Garry has a clinical practice in Sports Medicine as well as attends at the University of Minnesota Medical Center. He is an active instructor for the UMMC Family Medicine residency program. He speaks on Family Medicine and Sports Medicine topics nationally and internationally.

Awards & Recognition

Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Recognized in the Leading Physicians of the World 2018

Professional Associations

American College of Sports Medicine, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians, ACSM Northland Chapter, Minnesota Medical Association, Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians

Research

Research Summary/Interests

Osteoarthritis and its relationship to cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular markers.

Publications

Garry JP. Is Osteoarthritis a Deadly Disease? Intl Physical Med Rehabil J. 2018, 3(1).

Garry JP. A Rare Case of Thoracic Spinal Stenosis in a White Male. Curr Sports

Med Rep. 2018 Jan;17(1):13-15.

Zayed M, Garry JP. Geriatric Anorexia Nervosa. J Am Board Fam Med. 2017

Sep-Oct;30(5):666-669.

Hickner RC, Kemeny G, Clark PD, Galvin VB, McIver KL, Evans CA, Carper MJ, Garry JP. “In vivo nitric oxide suppression of lipolysis in subcutaneous abdominal adipose tissue is greater in obese than lean women.” Obesity June 2012: 20(6); 1174-1178.

Blackham J, Garry JP, Cummings DM, Russell RG. “Does regular exercise reduce the pain and stiffness of osteoarthritis?” Journal of Family Practice 2008: 57(7); 476-477.

Garry JP. “Musculoskeletal Medicine in the USA: Education and Training of Family Physicians.” Quality in Primary Care 2003;11(2):159-162.

Garry JP, Morrissey SL, Whetstone LM."Substance Use and Pathogenic Weight Loss Tactics in Middle School Youth." International Journal of Eating Disorders 2003;33(1):55-63.

Garry JP, Diamond JJ, Whitley TW. “Physical Activity Curricula in Medical Schools.” Academic Medicine 2002;77:818-820.

Garry JP, Whetstone LM, Morrissey SL. “Progress Toward Healthy People 2000: Physical Activity and Weight Status in Eastern North Carolina.”North Carolina Medical Journal 2002;63:6-10.

Garry JP, McShane J.“An Analysis of Lipoproteins and Body Mass Index in Professional Football Players.”Preventive Cardiology 2001;1:105-117.

Teaching

Academic Interests and Focus

Sports Medicine, Aging & the Musculoskeletal System, Osteoarthritis

Teaching Areas

Sports Medicine, Spine, Hip

Courses

Essentials in Clinic Medicine I, Essentials in Clinical Medicine II

Clinical

Specialties

  • Athletic spine and hip injury Stress fractures OsteoporosisYouth sportsAthletic spine and hip injuryMedical conditions affecting exercise and performanceCardiac conditions 
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Clinics

Orthopaedic Clinic;University of Minnesota Physicians Sports Medicine Clinic

Board Certifications

Sports Medicine (CAQ), and Family Medicine

Clinical Interests

Hip and Spine injuries in the athlete, osteoarthritis, exercise and muscle strengthening in the mature adult.

Community Engagement

Team Physician for Minnesota State High School League