Collegiate and professional athletes in the southeast who suffer from groin pain that doesn’t subside rely on Dr. Hoadley to diagnose their condition and determine if groin pain is caused by sports hernia, which is best diagnosed by a specialist.
Dr. Hoadley’s goal is to treat athletes with physical therapy. Sometimes the injury must be repaired with sports hernia surgery, which is best done by an experienced sports hernia surgeon like Dr. Hoadley.
The Atlanta Thrashers, Atlanta Falcons, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, and University of Georgia Bulldogs consult with Dr. Hoadley on groin pain injuries.
Sports Hernia South treats primarily athletes in the southeast: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee.
Since 1995, Dr. Hoadley has served as a staff member at Saint Joseph’s Hospital and at the Northside Hospital in Atlanta.
Dr. Jeffery Hoadley earned his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1984. He went on to obtain his Masters in Physiology from Georgetown University in 1985, and graduated as a Doctor of Medicine from the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta in 1989. Dr. Hoadley served his residency in general surgery at the Emory University Affiliated Hospital, and was awarded a fellowship in hepatobiliary surgery with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
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