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Timothy Kremchek, M.D.

From Professional Athletes to Weekend Warriors, Healing Begins Here.

For over 25 years, I have served as the Team Medical Director for the Cincinnati Reds, their minor league affiliates, including the Dayton Dragons, and dozens of local college and high school athletic programs. I deliver the same pro-quality care to all my patients, from young athletes to older adults. My specialties include sports medicine and orthopedic surgery. Click below to schedule an appointment with me or one of my affiliated providers, Dr. Matic and Dr. Goddard.

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Professional & College Affiliations


Wittenberg University, B.A., 1977-1981 – Varsity baseball for four years
University of Cincinnati, M.D., 1986


General Surgery, Good Samaritan Hospital, 1986-1988


Tufts University Affiliated Hospitals, 1988-1992
New England Baptist Hospital, Chief Resident, 1992


Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, American Sports Medicine Institute, 1992-1993
Alabama Sports Medicine – James R. Andrews, M.D. – William C. Clancy, M.D. – Lawrence J. Lemak, M.D.


American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, 1995
Recertification American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, 2016
Subspecialty Certificate in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, 2007

High School & Club Affiliations

Dr. Kremchek discusses the growing epidemic of ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries due to overuse. Often called “Tommy John,” this reconstructive surgery involves transplanting a tendon to replace a ligament in the elbow.

The Reds Medical Director has been one of the most outspoken voices to youth baseball to take preventative measures in reducing overuse injuries. It is up to parents and coaches to protect their young athletes. The simplest way to avoid overuse is to limit and monitor pitches thrown and innings pitched.

Affiliated Providers

When Dr. Kremchek’s schedule is full, Dr. George Matic and Dr. Nicole Goddard, who work closely with him, are available to see patients.

George Matic, M.D. practices Primary Care Sports Medicine and Non-Operative Orthopedics at Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine’s Summit Woods (Sharonville) location. He is fellowship trained in Primary Care Sports Medicine at The Ohio State University and completed his residency in Family Medicine at Wright State University earning Resident of the Year honors.

Nicole Goddard, D.O. is Board Certified in Family Medicine with a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. She sees patients primarily at Beacon’s Wilmington location, she also sees patients at Beacon’s Cincinnati Sports Club location and Summit Woods (Sharonville) location.



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Schedule a consultation with Dr. Kremchek to find out how to best return to the sports and activities you love.


Dr. George Matic and Dr. Nicole Goddard, who work closely with Dr. Kremchek, are also available to see patients when Dr. Kremchek’s schedule is full.

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