Marci A. Goolsby, MD, is an Assistant Attending Physician at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in the Women's Sports Medicine Center. She is also on faculty at Weill Cornell Medical College.
A graduate of Texas A&M University Health Science Center, she completed her residency in family medicine at UCLA, Santa Monica, and remained at UCLA to complete her fellowship in sports medicine. She is board certified in Family Medicine with a subspecialty in Sports Medicine.
Dr. Goolsby sees patients for a variety of musculoskeletal complaints but her main areas of clinical and research interest are stress fractures and the Female Athlete Triad, which is the related components of nutrition/exercise balance, menstrual function, and bone health. As a prior collegiate basketball player, she also has a special interest in the care of basketball players.
Dr. Goolsby is the consulting team physician for the women’s professional basketball team, the New York Liberty. At UCLA, Dr. Goolsby served as a team physician for the women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, softball and baseball teams. She has also served as an event physician at marathons and triathlons.
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As of March 12, 2013, Dr. Goolsby reported no financial interest relationships with healthcare industry.
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“Prospective Analysis of Physiological Measures in Amenorrheic and Oligomenorrheic Collegiate Athletes Compared to Eumenorrheic Controls in Response to a Nutritional Intervention”. Abstract (Manuscript in progress). Marci Goolsby, MD, Aurelia Nattiv, MD, and Becci Twombley, RD. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. 20(2):139, March 2010.
“Predictors for Incidence and Rate of Bone Stress Injury in Male and Female Collegiate Track Athletes: A Prospective Analysis”. Abstract (Manuscript in progress). Marci Goolsby, MD, Aurelia Nattiv, MD, and Julie Casper, MD. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine. 18(2):188, March 2008.
“Atraumatic Hip Injury in Adolescent Amenorrheic Runner”. Podium case presentation of displaced femoral neck fracture at stress fracture site at 2010 ACSM Annual Conference — June 4, 2010
“The Role of Integrative Medicine in Sports Injury Management”. UCLA Sports Medicine Grand Rounds — May 5, 2010
“Cervical Spine Injury in High School Football Player”. Podium case presentation of C5 burst fracture/cervical spine injury in high school football player ar 2010 AMSSM Annual Conference — April 19, 2010
“Prospective Analysis of Physiological Measures in Amenorrheic and Oligomenorrheic Collegiate Athletes Compared to Eumenorrheic Controls in Response to a Nutritional Intervention”. Podium research presentation at 2010 AMSSM Annual Conference — April 18, 2010
“Sideline Emergencies”. Ventura Hospital, Family Medicine Grand Rounds lecture— January 6, 2010
“Overtraining Syndrome”. UCLA Sports Medicine Grand Rounds — December 9, 2009
“Patellar Dislocation”. UCLA Sports Medicine Grand Rounds — October 7, 2009
“Hip Pain in a Cross-Country Runner”. Podium case presentation of iliac crest avulsion fracture at 2009 Annual ACSM Conference — May 27, 2009
“Sports Dermatology”. Los Angeles Sports Medicine Symposium at Kaiser Permanente-Los Angeles — June 17, 2009
“Treatment Approach to Common Overuse Injuries”. Tarzana Hospital, Medicine Grand Rounds — May 15, 2009
“Treatment Options for Achilles Tendinopathy”. UCLA Sports Medicine Grand Rounds — January 7, 2009
“Predictors for Incidence and Rate of Bone Stress Injury in Male and Female Collegiate Track Athletes: A Prospective Analysis”. Podium research presentation at 2008 AMSSM Annual Conference — March 27, 2008