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Julio C. Gonzalez, M.D.

Philosophy of Care

To encourage a healthy and active lifestyle for all patients, with a focus on getting athletes back to their sports as quickly and safely as possible.

  • General


    • Sports Medicine
    • Years in Practice: 15


    • Family Medicine
    • Sports Medicine

    Accepts both children and adults


    • English

    Non-Operative Sports Medicine, Team physician for U.S. Soccer, Former Medical Director for the Naperville Women's Triathlon (10 years)

    Family, travel, triathlon, fitness

  • Education

    School University of Illinois at Chicago
    Graduation Date 05/2000
    Degree M.D.

    School University of Notre Dame
    Graduation Date 06/1996
    Degree B.S.

    School Kaiser Permanente Orange County
    Title Resident in Family Medicine

    School Ball Memorial Hospital
    Specialty Sports Medicine

  • Procedures

    Sports Medicine
    • Joint Injections
    • Non-Surgical Care for Joint Arthritis
    • Non-Surgical Fracture Care
    • Overuse Injuries
    • Tendinitis
    • Treatment of Strains/Sprains
  • Memberships

    • American College of Sports Medicine
    • American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
    • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Media/Published Articles

Health Topics Posts
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Topics and Subtopics: Spine & Back Problems
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