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Dr. Michael C. Geraci Jr.

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Medical Director

Buffalo School of Medicine

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Jr. MD , Sports Medicine
    American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Bachelor of Science Degrees , Business Commerce
    Niagara University
  • medical degree
    SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
  • Sports Medicine
    American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • MD , P.C.
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Dr. Michael Geraci from Geraci ..., 25 April 2015 [cached]
Dr. Michael Geraci from Geraci Spine and Sports Medicine will present "Your Aging Spine: Focus on Prevention" at Chautauqua Physical and Occupational Therapy on Friday, May 15, from 6-7:30 p.m.
This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served, but seating is limited and an RSVP is required at 488-2322. The event is expected to fill quickly.
Geraci started Geraci Spine and Sports Medicine to give patients personalized and individual care. Geraci is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and sports medicine. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of spine, muscloskeletal and sports injuries. Geraci Spine and Sports Medicine offers manual medicine, functional exercises as well as fluoroscopic and ultrasound-guided injections.
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Dr. Michael Geraci
Chautauqua Physical and Occupational Therapy is located at the Riverwalk Center, 15 S. Main St. in Jamestown.
Come listen to Dr. Michael ..., 21 Dec 2014 [cached]
Come listen to Dr. Michael Geraci of Geraci Spine and Sports explain how you can slow the aging process of the spine and in some instances, reverse it through the use of safe, effective exercise.
Northtowns: January 21, 2015 Southtowns: February 28, 2015
Time: 7:00-8:00pm Presenter: Michael Geraci MD, PT
Dr. ..., 7 Sept 2011 [cached]
Dr. Geraci
Dr. Michael Geraci is the co-founder of Buffalo Spine and Sports Institute along with his partner, Dr. Frederic McAdam.
Since then, in addition to his medical work, Dr.Geraci has become a respected author and lecturer on wide ranging aspects of back and muscoskeletal injuries and preventitive techniques. Click here for more information on Dr. Geraci.
Dr. Frederick McAdam is the co-founder of Buffalo Spine and Sports Institute (BSSI) along with his partner, Dr. Michael C. Geraci, Jr.
Geraci Spine and Sports Medicine | Meet Michael C. Geraci Jr. MD, PT, 8 Feb 2014 [cached]
Michael C. Geraci, Jr. MD,PT
Michael C. Geraci, Jr. MD,PT
Dr. Geraci received his Bachelor of Science Degrees in Business Commerce at Niagara University in 1975 and Physical Therapy from Daemen College in Amherst, NY, in 1979. His medical training began at the Autonomous University of Guadalajara in Mexico receiving his medical degree in 1983 and additional medical training and residency at the SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences from 1984-1988. Currently he is the Owner and Medical Director of his own private practice. He was the Sports Medicine and Fellowship Program Director at Buffalo Spine & Sports Institute, P.C., which he co-founded in 1991, through 2011. Also, he is a Clinical Associate Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at SUNY at Buffalo and Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has served as a non-operative committee member of the North American Spine Society, as well as being a former Board of Director and Charter Member of the Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation (PASSOR). Other affiliations include the International Spine Intervention Society and the American College of Sports Medicine.
Dr. Geraci is board certified and a fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with subspecialty board certification in Sports Medicine. Some of the most rewarding experiences has been training 24 fellows in spine care, sports medicine, manual medicine/exercise and fluoroscopically guided injections since 1992. The author of over 20 articles and book chapters, he is currently involved in research and teaching in the field of functional exercise. Dr. Geraci has presented more than 70 invited presentations at national meetings, chaired more than 30 courses, and given more than 130 lectures and workshops. Among the research and teaching awards he received are the Prince Visiting Professor Fellowship and Mike Hage Lectureship Award for Passion, Compassion & Willingness to Share, from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Kessler Medical Rehabilitation Research and Education Corporation, Excellence in Clinical Practice Award, The Avalon Cole Lectureship Award, University of Virginia, and the PASSOR 2006 Distinguished Clinician Award. He is the only physician in his field selected by his peers to be included in the Best Doctors in America Database for 9 years in a row, 2005-2013. Dr. Geraci was also named to America's Top Doctors by Castle Connolly, Ltd., 2013. He played two years of professional soccer after playing 4 years of Division I college soccer, and continues to serve as consulting team physician to a number of high schools, colleges and professional sports teams. He was team physician to a National Professional Soccer League team, the Buffalo Blizzard, from 1992-2001.
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Buffalo News - Run for it, 7 Mar 2004 [cached]
It's related to the release of endorphins by the brain stem - a release that is stimulated by the activity of running, according to Dr. Michael C. Geraci Jr., sports physician with Buffalo Spine and Sports Medicine in Amherst.
"Runners will tell you that when they get injured and can't run, and get on a bike, they don't get the same high," Geraci said.
Generally, people under age 35 with no health problems do not need a physical examination, according to Geraci.
Sports drinks - packed with carbohydrates, electrolytes and nutrients - are overrated, said Geraci, with most people able to replace what they need with water and a proper diet.
Geraci shys away from energy and protein bars, explaining that their content is basically leftover scraps.
"If you run or walk a mile, check your pulse before and after," said Dr. Geraci."You're looking to stay within 55 to 65 percent of your maximum heart rate."
Maximum heart rate, he explained, can be calculated by subtracting your age from 220.Then take 55 or 65 percent of that.
"You don't want to be walking after that first mile and find your heart rate is going above that maximum rate," Geraci said.
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