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Daniel E. Kraft

Assistant Clinical Professor In the Department of Pediatrics

Indiana University

HQ Phone:  (812) 855-4822

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Indiana University

1001 East 17Th Street

Bloomington, Indiana,47408

United States

Company Description

Indiana University, founded in 1820, is a nine-campus university system in the state of Indiana. The IU system includes the following campuses: Indiana University in Bloomington (flagship campus), Indiana University East in Richmond,Indiana University Kokomo i...more

Background Information

Employment History

Team Physician

Ben Davis High School


Affiliations

Osteopathic International Alliance

Board Member


American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Foundation

Member


American College of Sports Medicine

Member


American Academy of Pediatrics

Chairman of the Committee On Sports Medicine for the Indiana Chapter


Indiana State Pediatric Society

Member


Education

Anderson


Wabash College


BA

Hanover College


MD


medical degree

University of Illinois School of Medicine


Web References(55 Total References)


Meet the Clinicians - Methodist Sports Medicine

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Daniel Kraft, MD
An alumnus of Wabash College, Dr. Kraft received his medical degree from the University of Illinois School of Medicine in 1989. He completed his pediatric residency at Riley Hospital/Indiana University, and followed with a fellowship in sports medicine at Methodist Sports Medicine Center in Indianapolis. Dr. Kraft is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in Sports Medicine. He specializes in non-operative care of musculoskeletal and sports medicine injuries in pediatric and adolescent patients. Concussion management in athletes has been and remains an integral part of his practice. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University and is team physician at Ben Davis High School. Dr. Kraft is also member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP-Sports Medicine Section), the American College of Sports Medicine, and the Indiana State Pediatric Society. He is chairman of the Committee on Sports Medicine for the Indiana chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.


msm-foundation.org

Daniel Kraft, MD
Co-Director Dr. Kraft feels fortunate to have a job in youth sports medicine, combining two of his greatest passions: caring for pediatric/adolescent patients and caring for athletes. For over 15 years, he has cared for Central Indiana's young athletes both in the office and on the sidelines. An alumnus of Wabash College, Dr. Kraft received his medical degree from the University of Illinois School of Medicine in 1989. He completed his pediatric residency at Riley Hospital/Indiana University, and followed with a fellowship in sports medicine at Methodist Sports Medicine Center in Indianapolis. Dr. Kraft is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in Sports Medicine. He specializes in non-operative care of musculoskeletal and sports medicine injuries in pediatric and adolescent patients. Concussion management in athletes has been and remains an integral part of his practice. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University and is team physician at Ben Davis High School. Dr. Kraft is also member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP-Sports Medicine Section), the American College of Sports Medicine, and the Indiana State Pediatric Society. He is chairman of the Committee on Sports Medicine for the Indiana chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.


Indiana Sports Concussion Network

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Daniel Kraft, MD
An alumnus of Wabash College, Dr. Kraft received his medical degree from the University of Illinois School of Medicine in 1989. He completed his pediatric residency at Riley Hospital/Indiana University, and followed with a fellowship in sports medicine at Methodist Sports Medicine Center in Indianapolis. Dr. Kraft is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in Sports Medicine. He specializes in non-operative care of musculoskeletal and sports medicine injuries in pediatric and adolescent patients. Concussion management in athletes has been and remains an integral part of his practice. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University and is team physician at Ben Davis High School. Dr. Kraft is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP-Sports Medicine Section), the American College of Sports Medicine, and the Indiana State Pediatric Society. He is chairman of the Committee on Sports Medicine for the Indiana chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.


Lafayette Medical Education Foundation

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Presented by: Dan Kraft, MD; Assistant Clinical Professor Department of Pediatrics Indiana University; Objectives: 1) Identify how the diagnosis of concussion is made in athletes; 2) Recognize the symptoms related to concussion; 3) Recognize that all athletes with concussions need to progress through a multi-step management process to determine resolution of the concussion before returning to play; 4) Identify the use of neurocognitive testing in management of athletes with concussions; 5) Recognize a process for return to play in athletes with concussions.
Dan Kraft, MD, has no financial disclosures to disclose.


iuhealth.org

INDIANAPOLIS - One of this holiday season's hottest gifts could lead to some bumps, bruises or strains if consumers aren't careful, according to Daniel E. Kraft, M.D., a pediatrician and sports medicine physician with Riley Hospital for Children and Clarian Human Motion.
Dr. Kraft, who directs the Riley Sports Medicine program, said the risks tend to vary for gamers of different ages. He said he has treated children who have fractured their hands playing games. In adults, injuries may include muscle strains or shoulder problems. "Kids are at risk for acute injuries because they're less restrained when they play. For adults, it's overuse injuries," Dr. Kraft said. Dr. Kraft gave video gamers a couple of recommendations for safe playing: * Play in an area that's big enough and free from furniture and other objects to provide users with ample room to move. * As with any new exercise program, start off slowly. Dr. Kraft is the only physician in the Indianapolis-area who is board certified in both pediatrics and sports medicine. He also serves as an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine. To schedule an interview with Dr. Kraft, please call Daniel Lee at Clarian Public Relations at (317) 963-0448.


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