Kurt J. Nilsson, M.D.
Dr. Nilsson completed medical school at the University of Utah and residency in family medicine at St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Prior to moving to Boise, he spent three years with the Indian Health Service in Chinle, Arizona, Navajo Nation, where he was director of EMS and oversaw quality improvement in hospital advanced life support services.
wife relocated to Boise in 2003, where he
completed a master's degree in exercise science at BSU
and a fellowship in Sports Medicine with Intermountain Orthopaedics
has a clinical interest and training in pediatric sports medicine and a research interest in cardiac physiology in adolescent athletes.
Together with the other sports medicine providers at Intermountain Orthopaedics
is active in community outreach, providing medical support and coverage for Kuna High School
, Albertson College of Idaho
and Bogus Basin ski patrols, and the US Ski and Snowboard Association
, among others.
also participates actively in research projects at the Intermountain Orthopaedics Center for Orthopaedic and Biomechanics Research at Boise State University
practice focuses on non-operative treatment for sports injuries, fracture management, and back pain in children and adults.