Dr. Barbara Long is a Sports Medicine Family Practitioner in San Francisco, CA. As a Sports Medicine Family Practitioner, Dr. Long is trained to assess, diagnose, prevent, and treat sports injuries in patients of all ages, and refer those patients to further services if needed. Sports Medicine Family Practitioners must complete specialized training in order to help each patient maximize function and improve quality of life.
Education and Training
Med Coll of Ohio, Toledo Oh 1982
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP- Adolescent Medicine
- Graduate Sch Pub Hlth, General Preventive Medicine; Childrens Med Ctr, Pediatrics
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