1. Missouri Orthopaedic Institute
Aaron Gray, MD, practices sports medicine at MU Health Care. He is board certified in family medicine and has a Certificate of Added Qualifications in sports medicine. Dr. Gray specializes in pediatric and adult sports medicine and non-operative treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. His specific areas of interest include stress fractures, overuse injuries, pitching and throwing injuries and concussions. Dr. Gray also is medical director of Human Performance Institute.
A graduate of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center-College of Medicine, Dr. Gray completed his residency at the University of Missouri. He also completed a primary care sports medicine fellowship at the University of California-Los Angeles. While at UCLA, he was the team physician for men's soccer, baseball, men's volleyball, women's golf and assistant team physician for football. Dr. Gray also has traveled internationally with U.S. Soccer Youth National Teams as a team physician, and he previously was a team physician for Mizzou Baseball and Women's Volleyball.
Education & Training
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center
- University of Missouri Health Care
- Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
MU Health Care participates with most major managed care organizations. To find out whether MU Health Care is a participating provider in your insurance plan or network, or for information on co-payments and deductibles, please contact your insurance carrier directly.
In the News
- Sports injuries in young athletes
- Video game technology
- ACL injury
- Soccer injuries
- Baseball and pitching injuries
Overuse of magnetic resonance imaging in the diagnosis and treatment of moderate to severe osteoarthritis.
Iowa Orthopaedic Journal. 2018;38(33-37.
Sherman SL, Gulbrandsen TR, Lewis HA, Gregory MH, Capito NM, Gray AD, Bal BS.
Youth baseball pitching mechanics: A systematic review .
Sports & Health. 2018;10(2):133-140.
Thompson SF, Guess TM, Plackis AC, Sherman SL, Gray AD.
Development and Validation of a Portable and Inexpensive Tool to Measure the Drop Vertical Jump using the Microsoft KinectTM V2.
Sports Health, August, 2017, DOI: 10.1177/1941738117726323
Gray AD, Willis BW, Skubic M, Huo Z, Razu S, Sherman S, Guess T, Jahandar A, Gulbrandsen T, Miller S, Siesner N.
Epidemiology of 3825 injuries sustained in six seasons of National Collegiate Athletic Association men’s and women’s soccer (2009/2010-2014/2015).
British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016;doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-095718
Roos KG, Wasserman EB, Dalton SL, Gray AD, Djoko A, Dompier TP, Kerr ZY.
Epidemiology of severe injuries sustained by National Collegiate Athletic Association student-athletes (2009/2010-2014/2015).
J Athl Train. 2017;52(2):117-128.
Kay MC, Register-Mihalik JK, Gray AD, Djoko A, Dompier TP, Kerr ZY.
Epidemiology of severe injuries within NCAA football, wrestling, and men’s ice hockey, 2009-10;-2014-15 academic years.
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 2016;48(5 Suppl 1):870.
Kay MC, Register-Mihalik JK, Gray AD, Dompier TP, Kerr ZY.
Not as straight(forward) as an arrow: ultrasound use to detect a carbon-fiber foreign body.
JBJS Case Connect. 2016;6(2):e29-e31.
Robertson MW, Galloway SJ, Crist BD, Gray AD.