For generations, UPMC Sports Medicine has been healing professional athletes and sports enthusiasts alike of any sports-related injuries. Pittsburgh teams like the Steelers and Penguins have been strongly dependent on UPMC to help aid in their recovery, and their newest addition, the Pittsburgh Power would like to show their gratitude for the efforts UPMC and its advanced medical team have dedicated to keeping their players healthy.
Meet the UPMC Medical Staff
Thomas M. Sisk, MD
Dr. Thomas Sisk is an assistant professor of orthopedics atthe University of Pittsburgh and a primary care sports medicine physician for UPMC Sports Medicine. He received his medical degree from Thomas-Jefferson in Philadelphia and completed a sports medicine fellowship at UPMC. In addition to being appointed team physician for the Pittsburgh Power Dr. Sisk also cares for the Pittsburgh Penguins, World Wrestling Entertainment, Chatham University, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Duquesne Women’s Basketball, and Cirque de Soleil.
Brandon McClendon, Athletic Trainer
Brandon McClendon is a certified athletic trainer with UPMC Sports Medicine. He received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Ala. and his master’s degree in athletic training from California University. Also in his second year with the
Pittsburgh Power, Brandon also served as a certified athletic trainer with the Cincinnati Bengals during the 2010 season.
Nick Henry, Athletic Trainer
Nick Henry is a certified athletic trainer with UPMC Sports Medicine. This is his second season providing coverage for the Pittsburgh Power. Nick graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in athletic training, and currently attends California University to attain his master’s degree in performance enhancement and injury prevention.