Medical Director, Concussion Program
A native of Orchard Park, NY, Dr. Blonski earned dual undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Rochester before receiving her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo, CA, just outside the city of San Francisco. She completed her Family Medicine residency at Wilson Memorial Regional Medical Center in Johnson City, NY, where she was chief resident and Resident Teacher of the Year in her final year of training. She completed a subsequent Sports Medicine fellowship at MetroHealth Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI.
Following that fellowship, Dr. Blonski returned to Johnson City, where she assumed the position of Assistant Program Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship and Associate Faculty for the Family Medicine Residency program. Over the next five years, she served the Binghamton community by providing on-site event coverage for sporting events ranging from youth and high school football to college and professional hockey, as well as statewide events including the Empire State Games and the NYS Track and Field Championships. Dr. Blonski was also the lead physician and co-founder of the UHS Concussion Center in Binghamton.
Today, Dr. Blonski provides her patients with an individualized, non-surgical approach to the treatment of musculoskeletal issues that affect athletes at many levels.
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