Robert Kinne, MD is double board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine. He earned his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine, after which he completed his residency in PM&R. Following, he completed two fellowships: the first in Interventional Spine and Pain Management and the second in Primary Care Sports Medicine, both with an emphasis on traditional as well as biologic cell treatments.
Dr. Kinne has a passion for sports and musculoskeletal medicine, utilizing both fluoroscopy and ultrasound in his daily practice. He has served as a team physician for multiple affiliated minor league hockey and baseball teams as well as NCAA universities. He remains committed to providing both traditional and novel treatment options for his patients and is well versed in many modalities. He has utilized and maintains expertise in various regenerative medicine applications including Platelet Rich Plasma, Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate and Adipose-derived MSCs for treatment of a variety of sports, spine, joint and other musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.
Outside of his clinical practice, he remains active in teaching, having provided lectures and hands-on training in ultrasound, fluoroscopic-guided procedures and regenerative medicine throughout the United States and internationally for numerous professional organizations including the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians and the Advanced Regenerative Medicine Institute. He stays involved with these societies as well as the Spine Intervention Society, Interventional Orthopedics Foundation and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He also serves as a Peer Reviewer for the Biologic Orthopedics Journal, a leading publication in high-quality biologic cell treatment research.
When not working, he loves spending time with his daughters and wife and serves as the pitching coach for a local high school baseball team.