Jeremy T. Ng, MD
Los Angeles, California 90017
Dr. Jeremy Ng is a sports medicine physician who practices in downtown LA (at The Bloc). He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Primary Care Sports Medicine. He has experience as a sports performance coach for multiple NFL Combine Preparation Programs and as an intercollegiate track and field coach. His professional interests include performance medicine, elite-level performance coaching, optimizing performance in the heat and concussion management. He is currently the Associate Lead Primary Care Team Physician for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Dr. Ng received his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine and completed his emergency medicine internship at The Ohio State University. He then completed his emergency medicine residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, followed by his primary care sports medicine fellowship at the Combined University of Pennsylvania/Children's Hospital of Philadelphia program.
During his fellowship training, Dr. Ng worked with the Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Flyers, and UPenn Athletics. Afterwards, he worked extensively with IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida where he cared for their professional/Olympic athletes and elite high school/college student-athletes.
Dr. Ng is a team physician for the United States Soccer Federation. He was team physician for the 2017 FIFA Men's Under-17 World Cup and several CONCACAF championships from the U15 to U20 level. He is on the medical advisory board for the Korey Stringer Institute, where he pursues his interest in optimizing safety and performance in the heat.
Dr. Ng has USA Track and Field Level II coaching certifications in Sprints/Hurdles and Jumps. He worked for Bommarito Performance Systems' NFL Combine Preparation Program as both a performance coach and physician, where he helped design and lead speed/movement and film review sessions and created meal plans for players. Later, he was the team physician for IMG Academy's NFL Combine Preparation Program. In total, approximately 140 players were selected in the NFL Draft.
Dr. Ng currently lives in Los Angeles. When he's not working, he enjoys fishing and spending time with his wife and sons.