Jeffrey J. Wisinski, DO

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Jeffrey J. Wisinski, DO
Family Practice, Primary Care Sports Medicine

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About Me

Dr. Wisinski earned his Bachelor of Science degree in General Science at Penn State University in May 2011. Dr. Wisinski is a former Penn State student athlete, who competed as a discuss, hammer and 35 pound weight thrower. Dr. Wisinski earned his Doctor of Osteopathic medicine at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in May 2016 and completed a residency in family medicine at West Penn Allegheny Health System Forbes Hospital from July 2016-June 2019. Dr. Wisinski has been completing his primary care sports medicine fellowship training at Penn State Health in State College, PA from July 1, 2019 to June 2020. Dr. Wisinski's research interest is in OMT. He plans to use this training in osteopathic medicine to treat musculoskeletal injuries and will utilize this training in musculoskeletal ultrasound for diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Wisinski's passion is to help patients reach their goals for fitness and activities of daily living. To do this, he will use his family and sports medicine training.


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Professional Education


Medical School, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine - 2016


Fellowship, Family & Sports Medicine Penn State Health Sports Medicine - 2020


Residency, Family Practice/Emergency Medicine Allegheny General Hospital & Health Network - 2019


Internship, Family Practice/Emergency Medicine Allegheny General Hospital & Health Network - 2017

Research Interests

  • Concussion diagnosis and management
  • Injury prevention – specifically related to OMT
  • Overtraining syndrome
  • Throwing injuries in non-baseball athletes