George Eldayrie, MD
George Eldayrie, MD, is a board-certified primary care sports medicine physician with the Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute. He treats professional and amateur athletes and those with active lifestyles. For those who experience injury, he provides non-surgical orthopedic care, including fracture management, ultrasound guided joint and MSK injections, diagnostic MSK ultrasound, and sports-related concussion diagnosis and management. He also treats chronic orthopedic medical conditions such as arthritis, tendinitis, and joint pains as well as medical conditions pertaining to the athlete.
Dr. Eldayrie earned his bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo and medical degree from the University of Florida (UF) School of Medicine in Gainesville. He also completed his family medicine residency at UF, serving as chief resident during his final year. He then completed a sports medicine fellowship at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he received extensive training in sports medicine ultrasound. Prior to joining Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute, he practiced sports medicine in Tampa.
Currently, he serves as a network regional physician for US soccer, co-medical director of the Arnold Palmer Invitational PGA event, head team physician for Legacy High Schools and Montverde Academy, and is one of the team physicians for the Orlando City and Orlando Pride soccer teams.
Dr. Eldayrie is board certified by the American Board of Family Physicians, with extra certification of added qualification in sports medicine, and has published his work in the peer-reviewed Journal of Family Practice.