Gary Waslewski, MD

Gary Waslewski, MD

 

As a corporate finance major at Princeton, I thought I wanted to work on Wall Street. I discovered pretty quickly that Wall Street wasn’t for me. My roommate was a pre-med student and I switched into his pre-med classes and out of my finance ones. I soon learned that medicine would be a good fit for me. I grew up in a sports family since my dad was a major league baseball player. I’d played baseball too, so sports medicine was a logical choice for me.

I am now the team physician for the Coyotes, Cardinals as well as several high school and college teams. Orthopedics is exciting in and of itself, but dealing with professional athletes puts a twist on my job that I find interesting. These athletes want to get back to full steam YESTERDAY. I want all of my patients to know that I see all of my patients personally. I don’t cram my schedule full which enables me to spend ample time with each patient. I always try a non-operative treatment plan first. I think it’s important for you to know that I treat all my patients the same whether you are a professional athlete or an administrative assistant.

Dr. Waslewski’s Credentials

 

Fellowship

American Sports Medicine Institute – Birmingham, AL

Residency

University Medical Center- Tucson, AZ

Medical School

Medical College of Virginia- Richmond Virginia

OrthoArizona Sports Medicine

Scottsdale Healthcare-Shea Medical Center

Scottsdale Healthcare-Osborn Medical Center

The Orthopedic Surgery Center of Arizona (TOSCA)

SurgCenter at Pima Crossing

Office Locations

 

Click here for directions to 8630 E. Via de Ventura Blvd., Ste. 201 Scottsdale, AZ, 85258

Click here for directions to 3130 E. Baseline Rd., Ste. 101 Mesa, AZ, 85204