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Jake Veigel, MD
Doctor of Medicine: Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI)
Residency: Family Medicine, McKay-Dee (Ogden, UT)
Fellowship: Primary Care Sports Medicine, University of Massachusetts (Fitchburg, MA)
Board certified: American Board of Family Practice
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Certificate of added qualification in sports medicine.
Areas of Specialty
Dr. Veigel has been chapter editor and coauthor for the text Sports Medicine Consult: A Problem-Based Approach to Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Physician. He has also written chapters for 5 Minute Clinical Consult and 5 Minute Sports Medicine Consult. Dr. Veigel is published on injury prevention in the journal Current Sports Medicine Reports as well as several case reports.
Dr. Veigel is a member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine and American College of Sports Medicine. He is an active committee member of the marketing committee of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine.
He is co-medical director of the Cayuga Lake Triathlon Sports Medicine Conference. It is an annual conference that provides medical information in the field of endurance medicine.
Dr. Veigel is on the Continuing Medical Education committee at Cayuga Medical Center.
Relevant Work Experience
Team Physician: SUNY Cortland
Team physician: Ithaca College
Team Physician: Cornell University
Team physician: Tompkins Cortland Community College
Team physician: Ithaca High School
Medical Director Cayuga Lake Triathlon 2009-current
Prior team physician: College of the Holy Cross, Fitchburg State College, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and Weber State University.
Previous medical coverage: Fitchburg Longsjo Classic July 2008; Ogden Marathon 2006-2008; Nissan XTERRA Off-road Triathlon 2006, 2007.
Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo 2005, 2006.
Dr. Veigel is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys camping, mountain biking, cycling, backpacking, paddle-sports, skiing, and snowboarding.