Jason Zaremski, M.D.
Chief Of Sports Medicine Division, Clinical Associate Professor
About Jason Zaremski
My name is Jason Zaremski, MD, and I am a nonoperative musculoskeletal and sports medicine physician and a clinical associate professor at the University of Florida Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. I also serve as the chief of the sports medicine division, and I am the associate program director for our department’s residency. I earned my medical degree and completed my residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts. Following my residency training, I completed my fellowship in sports medicine at the Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania.
During my faculty appointment with UF, I served as the co-medical director for the High School Outreach Program until 2022. I have also served as a team physician for athletes at the high school, collegiate and professional levels. I currently serve as head team physician for high schools in the Gainesville area and volunteer my time as a team physician for Team USA and the US U-17 women’s soccer team. In 2022, I was the chief medical officer for the U-18 Baseball World Cup.
My research interests include areas of sports and musculoskeletal medicine with a focus in throwing injuries in baseball players. I have published more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, posters and abstracts and have presented on the topic of throwing-related injuries in Japan, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Monaco.
I am an active member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and I serve as a diplomat in the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. I am an elected board member for the AMSSM and a fellow in the ACSM.
As a physician, it is my goal to work with you, the patient, so we can make an informed decision together of how best to get rid of your pain (whether through imaging tools, medications, injection techniques or education of why you may be in pain or are injured) and get you back to feeling great again!
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my wife and two daughters, cooking and baking, working out and watching sports, including baseball and soccer!
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Sports Medicine
- Elbow pain
- Orthopedic services
- Shoulder pain
- Sports Injuries in Young Children
- Steroid injections – tendon, bursa, joint
My research has focused on throwing athletes and overuse injuries. Overall, my interests include: Sports Medicine, Upper Extremity Injuries, Throwing Related Injuries, Baseball Medicine, Sports Related Concussions, Regenerative Therapeutics, Platelet-Rich Plasma in Sports Medicine.
As of 2020, my most current research studies are: 1. Flexor Forearm Injuries Associated with Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries of the Elbow in Throwing Athletes. 2. Development of a Workload Measurement Tool in High School Baseball Pitchers. 3. Retrospective Analysis of Olecranon Stress Fractures in Throwing Athletes.
- Elbow injuries in sports
- Overuse injuries in sports
- Throwing Related Injuries