Daryl C. Osbahr, MD, is an internationally renowned orthopedic sports medicine surgeon who serves as chief of sports medicine at Orlando Health, fellowship director for the Orlando Health Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship, research director for Orlando Health Sports Medicine, and director of the Orlando Health Orthopedic Sports Medicine Residency Education.
Board certified in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine, Dr. Osbahr earned his medical degree from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He completed an internship in general surgery at Weill Medical College of Cornell University at the New York - Presbyterian Hospital in New York, and an orthopedic surgery residency at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He also completed an orthopedic sports medicine fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Alabama, a premier sports medicine program under the guidance of Dr. James Andrews who treats internationally recognized professional athletes.
Dr. Osbahr currently serves as the chief medical director and head orthopedic team physician of the Orlando City Soccer Club, including Orlando City Soccer, Orlando Pride, and Orlando City B. In addition, he is an orthopedic consultant for the Washington Nationals, Atlanta Braves, USA Baseball, US Soccer, Professional Golf Association (PGA), Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), Symetra Tour, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), and the Orlando Ballet.
Dr. Osbahr also serves as a medical director for the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Florida Fire Frogs (Atlanta Braves Single-A Affiliate), Sunshine State Athletic Conference, Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA), Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) Football Championships, Sunshine State Athletic Conference (SSAC) Football Championships, and Mid-Florida Pop Warner Youth Football. Locally, Dr. Osbahr additionally serves as a medical director or team physician for numerous high schools throughout Central Florida.
Dr. Osbahr has particular expertise in treating complex orthopedic sports medicine pathology, including cartilage injuries, meniscal transplantation, multi-ligamentous knee injuries, bone alignment procedures (i.e., osteotomies), shoulder instability with bone loss (i.e., Latarjet procedure), rotator cuff repair with and without graft utilization (i.e., superior capsular reconstruction), hamstring tendon injuries, and ulnar collateral ligament (Tommy John) injuries. He is also trained in the utilization of regenerative therapies, including platelet rich plasma and stem cell therapy.