Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship
Methodist Sports Medicine continues a leadership role through orthopedic sports medicine fellowships. Methodist Sports Medicine is recognized as having one of the preeminent sports medicine fellowship programs, offering orthopedic fellowships to highly qualified candidates each year.
“Fellowship-trained,” means a physician has completed four years of medical school, five years of an orthopedic residency, and one year of in-depth specialty training in one specific area in which the physician will specialize, under the guidance of a top orthopedic specialist. Now into its third decade, the Methodist Sports Medicine fellowship program proudly wishes our most recent graduates well in in their new practices and welcome in our new fellow.
Dr. Robert Cagle earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Purdue University and his medical degree from IU School of Medicine. He then went on to complete an internship and his orthopedic residency at the Cleveland Clinic. Robert has served as a team physician for high school football, hockey, and has spent some time as a ringside physician with boxers and MMA fighters. His interests are mountain biking, boxing / MMA, poker, weight lifting, rifle shooting, and spending time with his family.
Dr. Aaron Carpiaux grew up in Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Kinesiology – Exercise Science. He earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his orthopedic surgery residency with the University of Kentucky. Dr. Carpiaux is looking forward to a fulfilling fellowship with Methodist Sports Medicine to further cultivate his interest in sports medicine. He and his wife, Sonja, are eagerly awaiting the birth of their first child, which will coincide with the start of his fellowship. He also enjoys outdoor recreation and fitness.