Miguel Agrait, MD
Primary Care Sports Medicine

Dr Agrait is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and Primary Care Sports Medicine. He earned his medical degree at the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine and completed his residency training at the UPR Hospital in Carolina where he served as Chief Resident and was inducted in to Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He worked at Sibley Memorial Hospital, a Johns Hopkins Hospital in Washington DC where he was awarded a Clinical Innovation Prize after starting the first non-opiate acute pain management protocol in the Johns Hopkins Hospital system. He then completed fellowship training in Primary Care Sports Medicine at Georgetown University, where he obtained expertise in musculoskeletal ultrasound for diagnosis and procedural guidance while working with collegiate, high school and professional athletes as well as “weekend warriors” of all ages.

He has served for the past 3 years as the Puerto Rico chapter’s Councilor to the American College of Emergency Physicians and is a member of the chapter’s board of directors. Additionally, he is currently the Emergency Medicine Section Vice President for the Colegio de Médicos de Puerto Rico. He has lectured extensively on topics related to emergency medicine and sports medicine in numerous national and international medical conferences, with an emphasis on non-opiate pain management and the use of ultrasound to guide procedures in the emergency department. He currently works as an attending emergency physician at Bayamón Medical Center emergency department.

Whether you are looking to run a marathon, improve your overall fitness, get back to golfing or any other musculoskeletal issue, Miguel’s goal is to help you achieve that through the use of safe, evidence based practices.