J. Stephen Kroll, M.D.
Dr. Stephen Kroll began his education at West Virginia University. While studying at WVU, he graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. in Biology and Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Exercise Physiology. He then earned his Medical Doctorate at WVU as well. Before leaving WVU, he completed a Pediatric Residency and then went onto the University of South Carolina to complete a Sports Medicine Fellowship.
Dr. Kroll provided multiple teams in West Virginia and South Carolina with Sports Medicine physician coverage including the University of South Carolina Football, M/W Basketball, M/W Soccer, Volleyball, Baseball, Softball, M/W Track, M/W Swimming and Diving, M/W Tennis, M/W Golf, Equestrian and Cheerleading teams. More recently from 2009 through 2012, he provided coverage for Dacula, North Gwinnett and Lanier High Schools and was also a participating team physician for the All Sports Georgia High School State Wrestling Tournaments.
Before coming to COA in 2012, Dr. Kroll practiced at Georgia Sports Medicine in Gwinnett since 2009. He has been featured on CNN and Channel 5 Atlanta discussing the diagnosis, treatment and improvements in management of Concussions.
Dr. Kroll is proud to serve as a fellow for the American Academy of Pediatrics National Council on Sports Medicine & Fitness as well as being a member of the AAP and American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.
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