Kevin J Eerkes

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Kevin J Eerkes, M.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor;
Department of Medicine (GIM Div)

Clinical Addresses

NYU Health Center
726 BROADWAY
3RD FLOOR
NEW YORK, NY 10003
Phone: 212-443-1144
Fax: 212-443-1071

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Medical Specialties

Internal Medicine

Medical Expertise

Sports Medicine

Clinical Responsibilities

Primary Care Sports Medicine; Dr. Eerkes diagnoses and treats nonoperative injuries of the musculoskeletal system in athletes of all levels and well as nonathletes. His practice is limited to adults. Dr. Eerkes is also involved in teaching medical students musculoskeletal medicine and knee exam.

Nonoperative sports and orthopedic injuries to include tendinitis, sprains, sprains, stress fractures, minor fractures and dislocations

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Board Certification

1991 — Ab Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine
1997 — Ab Internal Medicine (Sports Medicine)

Education

1984-1988 — Howard University Col. of Medicine, Medical Education
1988-1991 — University of Texas (Internal Medicine), Residency Training
1988-1991 — University of Texas (Internal Medicine), Internship
1991-1992 — University of Texas (Immunodermatology), Clinical Fellowships
1996-1997 — Medical College of Wisconsin (Sports Medicine), Clinical Fellowships

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All data from NYU Health Sciences Library Faculty Bibliography — -

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Volleyball injuries
Eerkes, Kevin
2012 Sep;11(5):251-256, Current sports medicine reports
— id: 178825, year: 2012, vol: 11, page: 251, stat: Journal Article,

Cervical disc disease
Eerkes K
The 5-minute sports medicine consult Philadelphia PA : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011,
— id: 5768, year: 2011, vol: , page: 70, stat: Chapter,

Flexor carpi radialis and flexor carpi ulnaris tendonitis
Eerkes K
The 5-minute sports medicine consult Philadelphia PA : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011,
— id: 5767, year: 2011, vol: , page: 160, stat: Chapter,

Volleyball
Eerkes, Kevin
Netter's sports medicine Philadelphia : Saunders/Elsevier, 2010,
— id: 5769, year: 2010, vol: , page: 503, stat: Chapter,

Forearm pain after intense overuse, Oarsman's Syndrome ... or is it?
Williams D; Eerkes K
2009 ;19(2):171-171, Clinical journal of sport medicine
— id: 134673, year: 2009, vol: 19, page: 171, stat: Journal Article,

Achilles tendonitis
Gottschlich L; Eerkes K
2008 March;:-, eMedicine
— id: 134674, year: 2008, vol: , page: , stat: Journal Article,

Clavicular injuries in adults
Eerkes K; Ertl J
2006 ;:- July, eMedicine
— id: 134675, year: 2006, vol: , page: , stat: Journal Article,

Neck injuries
Eerkes, Kevin; Ross, David
Expert guide to sports medicine Philadelphia PA : American College of Physicians, 2005,
— id: 5770, year: 2005, vol: , page: ?, stat: Chapter,

Clinical examination of the foot and ankle
Young, Craig C; Niedfeldt, Mark W; Morris, George A; Eerkes, Kevin J
2005 Mar;32(1):105-132, Primary care
— id: 61480, year: 2005, vol: 32, page: 105, stat: Journal Article,

Foot pain: Runner
Eerkes, K. J.; Young, C. C.; Niedfeldt, M. W.
1997 ;29(5 SUPPL.):S194-S194, Medicine & science in sports & excercise
— id: 134473, year: 1997, vol: 29, page: S194, stat: Journal Article,

UVB-IRRADIATED KERATINOCYTES (KC) SECRETE A FACTOR(S) THAT SUPPRESSES THE ANTIGEN PRESENTING FUNCTION OF LANGERHANS CELLS (LC) - DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS ON CD4+ TH1 VS TH2 PROLIFERATION
EERKES, KJ; TAKASHIMA, A; BERGSTRESSER, PR; CRUZ, PD
1992 ;98(4):557-557, Journal of investigative dermatology
— id: 134474, year: 1992, vol: 98, page: 557, stat: Journal Article,

UVB-IRRADIATED KERATINOCYTES (KC) SECRETE A-FACTOR(S) THAT SUPPRESSES THE ANTIGEN PRESENTING FUNCTION OF LANGERHANS CELLS (LC) - DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS ON CD4+ TH1 VS TH2 PROLIFERATION
EERKES, KJ; TAKASHIMA, A; BERGSTRESSER, PR; CRUZ, PD
1992 ;40(2):A499-A499, Clinical research
— id: 134475, year: 1992, vol: 40, page: A499, stat: Journal Article,

KERATINOCYTE-DERIVED FACTORS SUPPRESS ANTIGEN-SPECIFIC PROLIFERATION OF CD4+ TH1 CELLS INDUCED BY LANGERHANS CELLS - ENHANCEMENT BY UVB RADIATION
EERKES, KJ; TAKASHIMA, A; BERGSTRESSER, PR; CRUZ, PD
1991 ;39(4):A849-A849, Clinical research
— id: 134476, year: 1991, vol: 39, page: A849, stat: Journal Article,

Herpes simplex virus infection complicating amniotic band syndrome in the newborn
Lauber, J; Eerkes, K; Storer, J
1989 Jul;44(1):64-66, Cutis
— id: 134433,