Dr. Hirschi is a primary care physician with a fellowship in sports medicine. His focused training on sports medicine allowed him additional specialization in musculoskeletal radiology, ultrasound guided injections, ultrasound diagnostic exams, Platelet rich plasma (PRP), percutaneous tenotomy with the Tenex or Tenjet systems, viscous supplementation, compartment testing. concussion testing, laceration repairs, dislocation reduction, and fracture reductions including hematoma blocks.
Dr. Hirschi is married and has three children. He and his family enjoy snow skiing, water skiing, fishing, camping and hiking.
Sports Medicine Experience
Resident team physician:
Idaho State Athletics, football, volleyball, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball.
Highland High School freshman, JV, and varsity football
Pocatello High school varsity football
Century High School varsity football.
2015-present American Medical Society of Sports Medicine
2015-present American College of Sports Medicine
2013-present The American Medical Association
2013-present American Academy of Family Physicians
July 2017-June 2018
Utah Valley Sports Medicine Fellowship
Sports Medicine Fellowship
June 2014-June 2017
Idaho State University
Family Medicine Residency
2009 – June 2014
St. George’s University School of Medicine
-1st Year of Lectures and Labs in Newcastle, England affiliated with Northumbria University
-2nd Year of Lectures and Labs with some clinical experience in Grenada
-3rd-4th Years of Clinical Rotations in Detroit, Michigan at St. John Hospital and Medical Center
Grenada, West Indies
Doctor of Medicine
2005 – 2007
College of Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina
Bachelor of Sciences in Biology