Dr. Tracy Zaslow
Dr. Tracy L. Zaslow is a Primary Care Sports Medicine physician practicing in Los Angeles, California. She thrives on caring for athletes of all levels and all ages from 1 to 101. As an avid athlete herself, Dr. Zaslow is committed to developing an individualized treatment plan and safely returning her patients to action.
She specializes in acute and overuse injuries of young athletes. She also has training in musculoskeletal injections, sports nutrition and gait analysis.
Dr. Zaslow has clinic hours in Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.
About Dr. Tracy Zaslow
Dr. Tracy Zaslow, a board-certified Pediatrician, completed her pediatrics residency and additional Chief Resident year at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. She holds a certificate of added qualification in Primary Care Sports Medicine after completing a two-year fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles; while at UCLA, she provided sideline and comprehensive medical care to the UCLA Bruins including the football, women's soccer and men's volleyball teams. She is also currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at University of Southern California. Dr. Zaslow received a B.S in biochemistry and cell biology from University of California, San Diego and received her medical degree from New York Medical College.
After 4 years of experience with a sports medicine private practice, she returned to Children's Hospital Los Angeles for over 10 years to help build the Primary Care Sports Medicine program at Children's Orthopaedic Center. She now brings her experience to Kerlan Jobe Institute/Cedars-Sinai to build Pediatric Sports Medicine. Dr. Zaslow sees athletes of all ages for a wide variety of musculoskeletal and sports-related medical conditions, including fractures, concussions and overuse injuries. She is currently a team physician for Angel City Football Club and the Los Angeles Galaxy. Additionally she serves as a consultant for the Los Angeles Ballet Company. Dr. Zaslow is particularly interested in injury prevention, and is currently involved in clinical research.
Dr. Zaslow is a Los Angeles native who is an active athlete. After participating in volleyball, softball and basketball at Montclair College Prep, she competed on the women's lacrosse team and many intramural sports at UCSD. She now continues her active lifestyle participating in tennis, volleyball, running, hiking, yoga, skiing, and learning how to do cartwheels!
What is a Sports Medicine doctor?
A Sports Medicine doctor is specialized in diagnosing, treating and managing musculoskeletal and medical problems in adults and children, including but not limited to:
• Strains and other muscle injuries
• Ligament injuries
• Stress Fractures
• Growth plate injuries
• Tendon injuries
• Overuse injuries
• Cartilage injuries
• Sports Concussions
• Activity-related back pain
Including spondylolysis, scoliosis, muscle strains, disc herniations,etc.
• Nutritional and supplemental issues
• Disordered eating in the athletes
• Heat Illness
• Athletes with acute/chronic illness
Including Infectious mononucleosis, Sickle cell disease/trait, Diabetes in the athlete, Exercise-induced Asthma
• Injections (corticosteroid, trigger point, and platelet-rich-plasma)
• Sports Physicals