Carrie Jaworski, MD | Daniel M. Goggin, ATC | Rehab Services | Schedule an Appointment
Specialists in Primary Care Sports Medicine complete one to two years of fellowship training in sports medicine after completing a residency in a primary care specialty, such as family medicine, internal medicine or pediatrics. They lead a team of clinical staff that includes physical therapists, exercise physiologists, sports dietitians and certified athletic trainers.
Carrie Jaworski, MD
Dr. Carrie Jaworski is the Director of the Division of Primary Care Sports Medicine at NorthShore and is board certified in Family and Sports Medicine. She has nearly two decades of experience treating high school, collegiate, professional and Olympic athletes.
Previously, Dr. Jaworski served as Head Team Physician and Director of Intercollegiate Sports Medicine at Northwestern University, where she managed the medical care for team athletes in 20 sports programs.
For the past 20 years, she has provided medical care at the Bank of America Chicago Marathon and has been lead physician for the main medical tent for the past nine years. She also has worked as a physician at the Olympics and Special Olympics World Games, and the Iron Man World Championships. Her research interests include endurance medicine, sports nutrition and dance medicine.
Daniel M. Goggin, ATC, Sports Medicine Coordinator
Dan Goggin is a Certified Athletic Trainer who graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. Dan has been with NorthShore since May 2015. Prior to his employment with NorthShore, Dan worked as an Athletic Trainer in a variety of healthcare settings including professional, collegiate and high school sports, as well as in a clinical setting. He has experience working with the overhead athletes, work conditioning patients, and performing ergonomic assessments in the workplace. His professional interests include the shoulder and throwing athletes, video throwing analysis and physical fitness assessments. At NorthShore, Dan performs BOD POD Body composition analysis, VO2 max fitness assessments and FMS screenings, among other duties.
We have experienced physical and occupational therapists with advanced training in orthopaedics and sports medicine including board-certified orthopaedic and sports medicine certified specialists. We also have certified TPI (Titleist Performance Institute), SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment), FMS (Functional Movement Screen), Y balance, Sportsmetrics, Pilates, ASTYM and Graston therapists. We have a team of experienced pelvic floor therapists to meet the needs of the female athlete, as well as a team of physical therapists with expertise in evaluating and treating the concussed athlete. Our specialists work with a variety of athletes—professional, youth and mature—in a range of rehabilitative sports medicine programs.
Schedule an Appointment
To schedule an appointment, please call 855.929.0100. The NorthShore Sports Health and Performance Program is located at the Glenbrook Ambulatory Care Center at 2180 Pfingsten Road, Ste. 3100, in Glenview.