MD-Affiliate members are: U.S. or Canadian citizens who are non-orthopaedic physicians and surgeons who are interested in contributing knowledge to the sports medicine community.
 
Applicants must meet the following conditions: 
 
1. Applicants must practice medicine for at least two years in their current geographical location.
 
2. Demonstrate a significant contribution and commitment to sports medicine through the following criteria as it relates to their practice:
 
 Research and publication
 Submission and presentation of papers at sports medicine functions
 Education of persons providing health care to athletes
 Service as a team physician at any level of competition
 Continuing medical education in sports medicine
 Service to local, regional, national or international athletic competitions
 Capacity to work with other members and contribute to the work of the Society
 Compliance with other uniform rules and criteria as established by the Board of Directors or Membership Committee

 

MD-Affiliate member applicants must be sponsored by two Active Members of the Society, preferably from within your state or practice area. No more than one may be an associate of yours. 

MD-Affiliate members are not eligible to vote, and unless specified otherwise, hold office in the Society. They may act in an advisory capacity and also serve on committees (with a vote).

To retain membership, an MD-Affiliate member must pay dues within 120 days of receiving the first notice sent out each August, and must also attend one sponsored meeting every four years. 

Ready to Apply?


If you meet these requirements and would like to apply for Active membership, follow the steps below:



Download and Complete Forms:
Note: You will upload these later in the application process

 Sponsorship form (Two sponsors needed)
 Team Service Request Form (One form per team)




Review Other Requirements:

 $150 application fee by credit card
 Prorated dues must be paid via credit card to complete application
 MD-Affiliate members pay $750 annually in dues