Destin Hill, MD
Dr. Destin Hill is a Sports Medicine physician that specializes in the care of athletes of all ages. He graduated from the University of Georgia Honor’s Program with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science. While at the University of Georgia he played football for the Bulldogs for one year.
Dr. Hill completed his medical training at the Medical College of Georgia. During his third year of medical school, he played Arena League Football for the Augusta Spartans. He subsequently completed his Family Medicine residency at The Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. During his final year at The Mayo Clinic, he served as Chief Resident.
He completed his Sports Medicine fellowship at the prestigious Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center in Birmingham, Alabama. During his fellowship year, he served as team physician for Samford University and a local high school. He also assisted in coverage of the Washington Redskins, Birmingham Barons, Auburn University, University of Alabama, Mercedes Marathon, Alabama Ballet, and Regions Tradition Senior PGA golf tournament.
Dr. Hill is currently a team physician for the Arizona Cardinals and Arizona Diamondbacks. He also assists with the Arizona Coyotes, Colorado Rockies, San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, Oakland A’s, and Pittsburgh Pirates. He served as the Arizona medical director for the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2015. He assisted with the Phoenix Marathon and the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. Dr. Hill is the team physician for Arcadia High School and Coronado High School. He enjoys teaching and mentoring students including high school/college students, ATC students, medical students, NP/PA students, and resident physicians.
Dr. Hill enjoys providing care for any type of athlete and their family and specializes in non-surgical care. His areas of expertise include fracture care, throwing athletes, overuse injuries, diagnostic ultrasound, ultrasound guided injections, the Tenex procedure, cortisone injections, regenerative medicine (PRP, prolotherapy, stem cell injections), and adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder/hip). His primary goal is get each patient “back in the game” as quickly and safely as possible.
Away from the office and sports fields, Dr. Hill enjoys spending time with his wife and their twins. They also have 1 dog that tags along on their adventures. Together they enjoy doing Crossfit, participating in races and recreational sports, attending sporting events, trying new restaurants, traveling, watching movies, and watching their Bulldogs play on Saturdays. Their travels have taken them on several medical mission trips to Kenya, Bangladesh, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago.
Dr. Hill’s Credentials
American Sports Medicine Institute – Birmingham, AL
The Mayo Clinic
Medical College of Georgia
OrthoArizona Sports Medicine
Scottsdale Healthcare – Shea Medical Center