As a Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician, Dr. Justin McCoy specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of orthopaedic and sports related injuries.
Dr. McCoy’s objective is to build relationships of trust with his patients and with the community by providing excellent, thoughtful, and compassionate care. He takes his patients’ goals into account when developing treatment plans with them that will ultimately help them reach their health and athletic goals. He is also ideally suited to provide comprehensive medical care for the non-athlete with muscle, tendon, bone or joint problems. Whether his patient is an elite athlete, a “weekend warrior” or simply someone who hurts, he uses the same skills and expertise to get them back to a functional and
fulfilling lifestyle as quickly and as safely as possible.
Dr. McCoy grew up in Washington state where he developed a love of sports and the outdoors. He has a love of all sports but football is his favorite to watch, as well as his favorite to play when he gets the chance. He enjoys playing the guitar and other musical instruments as well as spending time playing yard and board games with his family and friends. Dr. McCoy met his wife as a freshman in college and she has been a huge support throughout his medical training and career; they have five children who keep them busy the majority of the time.
Rocky Mountain Orthopaedic Associates, Inc. – 2016 – present
Primary Care Sports Medicine at Family Medicine Residency of Idaho and Boise State University – 2016
Osborn Medical Center, Scottsdale, AZ – 2015
Midwestern University – Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine – 2012
Certifications & Memberships
Board Certified Family Medicine and Sports Medicine
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
American College of Sports Medicine
American Academy of Family Physicians
Hospital Affiliations & Active Staff Privileges
St. Mary’s Hospital
Colorado Canyons Hospital & Medical Center
- Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Fascitis, and Shin Splints
- Ankle Sprains in Sports
- Coaches: Become Concussion Certified
- Concussion Awareness
- Exercise Modifications to Enhance Shoulder Function
- Heat Illness
- Meniscal Tears
- MRI Questions
- Nutritional info to improve your health
- Patellofemoral Knee Pain
- Physical Therapy for Sports Injuries
- Rehab Exercises: Rotator Cuff
- Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
- Shoulder Impingement & Rotator Cuff Tendinitis
- Sports Nutrition Essentials for the Female Athlete
- Sports Nutrition Essentials for the Male Athlete
- Weight Training for the Injured Athlete
- Wound Care
Everyone was very friendly & helpful.
The staff and doctors are always nice
Very satisfied with the kindness and friendliness with of all staff I dealt with. Dr. McCoy explained everything completely before, during and after the procedure. Thank you for the great care.
After Dr. McCoy drained the fluid from my knees, they no longer hurt!!! I really appreciate all of the excellent care I received from Dr. McCoy.