Eric Edmonds, M.D.

Specialty

Orthopedics, Scoliosis and Sports Medicine

Specialty

Orthopedics, Scoliosis and Sports Medicine

Organization

Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego

Medical Group / IPA

Rady Children's Specialists

Medical School

University of California - Davis

Internship

Univ of CA Davis Medical Center - Surgery GME

Residency

Carolinas Medical Center

Fellowship

Rady Childrens Hospital-San Diego, University of California - San Diego

Board Certifications

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, Orthopedic Surgery

Gender

M

Bio

Dr. Eric Edmonds is co-director of 360 Sports Medicine and one of two fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego with subspeciality certification in sports medicine.

He is also an assistant clinical professor at UC San Diego, where he is actively involved with the education of pediatric orthopaedic fellows, residents from UC San Diego, the Navy and the Air Force, and UC San Diego medical students.

After graduating from Carlsbad High School, he attended The Johns Hopkins University and earned his medical degree at the University of California, Davis School of Medicine. Subsequently, he completed a general surgery internship at the UC Davis Medical Center, followed by an orthopaedic residency at the Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, N.C. His training brought him back to Southern California, where he completed the pediatric orthopedic and scoliosis fellowship at Rady Children's, followed by a sabbatical in sports medicine at Boston Children's Hospital, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Southern California Kaiser Permanente, San Diego.

Dr. Edmonds' clinical interests include youth sports medicine and musculoskeletal trauma. His current research involves adolescent shoulder and knee injuries, as well as ankle injuries and fracture treatment. He has received multiple research awards, including the Provost Undergraduate Award for Research and Excellence from The Johns Hopkins University and the distinguished St Giles Young Investigator Award from the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America.