Aleem Bakhtiar, MD

Sports Medicine
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Orthopaedics - Harbor Town Clinic 920-320-5241
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Emergency - Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital 920-320-2603
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Orthopaedics - Harbor Town Clinic 920-320-5241
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Emergency - Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital 920-320-2603

While I enjoy working in the ER, sports medicine gives me the chance to be with my patients throughout their care. I want to find safe and efficient ways to get patients back to doing what they love whether that's playing in a football game or watching one with your grandkids. My goal is to have patients involved in their care plan and to educate them so they can make the most informed decision about their health.

While I enjoy working in the ER, sports medicine gives me the chance to be with my patients throughout their care. I want to find safe and efficient ways to get patients back to doing what they love…
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About

Dr. Bakhtiar grew up in the suburbs of Milwaukee. He attended undergrad at UW-Madison before getting his MS and MD at the New York Medical College. He completed his Emergency Medicine residency at Mount Sinai Morningside-West (Formerly St. Luke's- Roosevelt) one of the oldest and most competitive Emergency Medicine residencies in the country. He realized he enjoyed long-term care of patients, prompting him to pursue a fellowship in Sports Medicine. He then attended one of the most procedure heavy Sports Medicine Programs in the Country at Texas A and M. While at A and M he was a team doctor for all the Aggie Teams.. In addition to the staples like football, basketball, and baseball, he covered multiple SEC championships as well as the collegiate track and field national championships. He was also a rodeo doctor during his time in Texas.


He then worked as faculty at Brandon Regional Medical Center in Florida working with ER residents teaching principles of sports medicine.


Dr. Bakhtiar moved back to Wisconsin in 2020 and is now working in Manitowoc both as an ER and Sports Medicine Physician. He works with the locals high schools and enjoys providing care for the Manitowoc community.

Overview

Diseases & Conditions

Ankle Arthritis
Back and Neck Pain
Bursitis of Hip and Knee
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Hip and Knee Problems
Plantar Fasciitis/Heel Pain
Rotator Cuff Injuries

Treatment & Services

Viscosupplementation

Ages Seen

Senior
Adult
Adolescent
Child

Languages Spoken

English

Hospital Affiliations

Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital

Locations

Orthopaedics - Harbor Town Campus Emergency Department - Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital

Education & Training

New York Medical College - Valhalla - Doctor of Medicine - (2015)

St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center - New York - NY - Residency - Emergency Medicine - (2015-2018)

Texas A & M University College of Medicine - College Station - TX - Fellowship - Sports Medicine - (2018-2019)

Board Certifications

Emergency Medicine
Sports Medicine
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