Jason Diehl, MD
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Riverside Methodist Hospital
Michigan State University Hospital, Faculty of Development and The Ohio State University Medical Center, Sports Medicine
Dr. Diehl is board-certified in family medicine and sports medicine. He has a special interest in comprehensive sports medicine services with a focus on providing complete care for the endurance athlete, such as runners, cyclists, swimmers and tri-athletes. Dr. Diehl is also the sports medicine fellowship director for the Riverside Methodist Sports Medicine Program.
Prior to joining MAX, he was assistant professor of clinical family medicine at The Ohio State University and also team physician for the OSU Athletic Department specializing in a host of sports, including track and field, swimming, diving, softball, men's basketball, cross country and volleyball.
Dr. Diehl is currently the team physician for the USA Triathalon, Ohio Wesleyan University and the medical advisor for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Team in Training and previously served as the medical director for the Run Wild Racing series. He is a former varsity football and track athlete for Ohio Wesleyan and he is an avid cyclist and distance runner.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Diehl, call MAX Sports Medicine - Dublin at (614) 566-1420.
Chapters in the Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine including Body Composition (BMI), Overtraining Syndrome, Sports Socialization, and Stress Fractures. 2011.
Exercise: the data on its role in health, mental health, disease prevention, and productivity. Primary Care. 2008.
The practice of primary care sports medicine in the USA
British Journal of Sports Medicine, Oct. 2008
Left Hip Pain -Cross Country Runner, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, May 2007
Classification and Return to Play Considerations for Stress Fractures. Clinics in Sports Medicine. 2006.
Bleeding Disorder - Pole Vaulter, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, May 2006
Dr. Diehl is an excellent physician, considerate, respectful and has a manner that conveys respect.
- MAX Sports Medicine patient