Arthur Ting

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Dr. Arthur Ting is an American orthopaedic surgeon and the team physician for the San Jose Sabercats of the Arena Football League. Dr. Ting is also the team orthopaedist for Menlo College, a small liberal arts school which competes on the NCAA Division III circuit (Northwest Conference) and NAIA circuit (California Pacific Conference), and is well known for his surgeries on motorcycle racers such as World Champions Michael Doohan, Nicky Hayden and Ben Spies. Ting works at the Fremont Sports Therapy and Surgery Center, which is responsible for the medical treatment of many Bay Area professional sports organizations, including the Oakland Raiders. He earned his medical degree at Saint Louis University and did his residency at the University of Southern California. In May, 2004, he had his license to practice medicine revoked for allegedly issuing prescriptions in 1999 to three patients for whom he held no records.[1] He was reinstated to serve five years' probation.[1]

He is called "the doctor to the stars" and has caught flak for being the doctor for Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants.[2]

He has worked with former Detroit Lions running back Barry Sanders,[citation needed] former San Francisco 49ers running back Roger Craig, Menlo College Mighty Oaks,[citation needed] lacrosse player Andrew Unkefer, golfer Tiger Woods,[citation needed] former Houston Rockets center Yao Ming,[citation needed] the Dallas Cowboys' Terrell Owens,[citation needed] and supercross racers James Stewart Jr.[3] and Will Hahn.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Ting on probation for unprofessional conduct". ESPN.com. May 6, 2005. Retrieved 1 July 2016.
  2. ^ Beil, Larry (May 13, 2005). "Beil's Spiel: Speaking for Barry". Yahoo! Sports.
  3. ^ Hilderbrand, JC (2010-01-30). "James Stewart Out for San Francisco SX". motorcycle-usa.com. Retrieved 2010-01-31.