Dev Mishra, M.D.

President / Founder

Dr. Mishra is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery, and also holds a Subspecialty Board Certification in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. Since 1995, Dr. Mishra’s private clinical practice in Burlingame, California, has focused on sports medicine injuries, especially injuries to young athletes. From 1995 through 2004 he was a team physician at the University of California, Berkeley, covering all intercollegiate sports for the men and women. He currently serves on the team physician staff for the United States Soccer Federation, and is an orthopaedic consultant and team physician for several San Francisco Bay Area high schools and youth sports organizations. He is also Chief Medical Officer at AlterG, Inc. Dr. Mishra is the father of two teenage boys, and has coached soccer, baseball, and basketball over the past decade.

2 Responses to Dev Mishra, M.D.

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  2. Coach Michael Dean Gokey says:

    Good morning, Dr. Dev !
    Just a small note to say “Hello” from Mrs. Gokey and myself and hoping that your entire wonderful family are in continued top health and bright spirits.
    Just wanted to let you know that your articles are well done and wishing you continued success in your work.
    In your article regarding hydration, I was wondering why you did not mention the benefits of coconut water which contains high potassium content, low calories and a very natural way to hydrate well. I have avoided using “sport drinks” of any kind for years and found the advantage of natural coconut water during and after long road/mountain bike sessions or trail runs to be superior and refreshing to stay hydrated and boost post session recovery. Just a small note from the “cheap seats ” and from someone who has the highest respect for your contributions on and off the pitch.
    In closing, thank you for all your support in the past during ODP. Please pay respects to your lovely wife and wonderful children and wish them the best from Mrs. Gokey and Coach Michael Dean. If you do NOT, you owe me twenty (20) “Gokey’s” on the spot.

    Alphonse and Michael Dean Gokey
    San Jose, Ca

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