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Pierre d'Hemecourt | Education

Undergraduate School

BS, Biology

Saint Joseph's College

1976, Washington, DC

Medical School

Georgetown University School of Medicine

1980, Washington, DC

Residency

General Surgery

Georgetown University Hospital

1981, Washington, DC

Residency

Orthopedics

Georgetown University Hospital

1983, Washington, DC

Residency

Emergency Medicine

Norfolk General Hospital

1985, Norfolk, VA

Fellowship

Primary Care Sports Medicine

Boston Children's Hospital

1997, Boston, MA

Pierre d'Hemecourt | Professional History

Pierre A. d'Hemecourt, MD is a sports medicine physician and the director of Medical Sports Medicine in the Sports Medicine Division at Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. d'Hemecourt's clinical interests include ultrasound-guided injections, platelet-rich plasma injections, spinal injuries, concussion management, and distance running injuries.

Dr. d'Hemecourt is the director of the Medical Sports Medicine Fellowship program. Having instructed countless fellows over the past two decades, he is also the head team physician for NWHL Boston Pride as well as team physician to multiple schools in the Boston area and is involved in many different sporting events throughout Massachusetts. Since 2007, Dr. d'Hemecourt has served as a co-medical chair of the Boston Marathon, which has led to his interest in helping to establish the International Institute of Race Medicine.

Dr. d'Hemecourt is the founder and director of the Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Sports Clinic, founder of the Sports Concussion Clinic, founder of the Running Program, and is well published in the area of spinal injuries sustained by athletes. Dr. d'Hemecourt also serves as clinical professor at Northeastern University’s Bouvé College of Health Sciences Physician Assistant program.

Pierre d'Hemecourt | Media

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Pierre d'Hemecourt | Publications

I was raised to treat others as I would like to be treated, and I try to bring that philosophy to every patient encounter. I have wanted to care for people as a physician since I was a young child. My interests are varied. I love to run as I have been doing this most days of the week for 43 years. I have remained very active in running and exercise as an adult and this has been my major drive in philosophy of care. Exercise is a critical component to most patient interventions. Other endurance events such as triathlons are also of great interest. Collegiate and high school sports and artistic sports of dance, figure skating and gymnastics remain strong areas of attention. Art is another passion. Museums of the world are my constant goal to visit.