Dr. Steven Karageanes

Member of Board of Directors,
C.A.R.E.S. Compassionate Advocate

Dr. Karageanes is smiling slightly at the camera. He is bald with white skin, brown eyes, and a white goatee. He is wearing clear-frame glasses and a white labcoat over a teal shirt.

Dr. Karageanes (DO, FAOASM) is primary care sports medicine physician at Restorative Physical Medicine in Novi, Michigan. He serves as the Co-Vice-President of NEAMA's Board of Directors. Steven is also on the editorial board of the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, the credentialing committee of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, the Executive Board of the Bridge Dance Project and the Personal Safety in Dance International Work Group, and was a former advisory panel member of Youth Protection Advocates in Dance. He is also Past-President of the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, and a clinical assistant professor at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and Wayne State University School of Medicine.

Karageanes is one of the first physicians in the United States certified in performing arts medicine by the Performing Arts Medical Association. He is a founding member of Athletes and the Arts and co-hosts their regular podcast. He works with Wayne State University Department of Theater and Dance, University of Michigan Dance Department, Madonna University, and ConteXture Dance Company, as well as numerous dance studios across Michigan. Previously, he was medical director of sports medicine at St Mary Mercy Hospital and MercyElite Sports Performance, and director of the Performing Arts Medicine program at the Detroit Medical Center. He was editor-in-chief of the textbook Principles of Manual Sports Medicine and producer of the multimedia (video and most photography) for Osteopathic Clinical Joint Exam.