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About Dr. Mark Booher

Dr. Booher

Dr. Mark A. Booher practices at the Hendricks Regional Health YMCA in Avon and is board-certified in sports medicine and family practice. He serves as medical director for the Hendricks Regional Health Sports Medicine Program as well as Rehabilitative Services. In this role, Dr. Booher provides sideline medical support to local student athletes as well as community education opportunities about injury and concussion prevention. He has been named "Best Sports Medicine Doctor" in years past by participants of The Hendricks County Flyer "Best of Hendricks County" contest.

Together, Drs. Booher, Fean and Harsha increase access to care and bring an unparalleled sports medicine presence to Hendricks and surrounding counties.


Dr. Booher is accepting new patients. Call Hendricks Orthopedics & Sports Medicine at (317) 718-4263 to schedule.


Dr. Booher earned his medical degree from the University of Rochester in 1998. He completed a family practice residency at Highland Family Practice, also in Rochester, New York, in 2001. Following residency training he also completed a two-year fellowship in primary care sports medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Booher is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine.

Dr. Mark Booher

Dr. Booher cares for patients of all ages and activity levels—you do not need to be an athlete to seek sports medicine care. Anyone experiencing pain, discomfort or a limited range of motion can benefit from a sports medicine evaluation.

Dr. Booher treats sports medicine patients at the Hendricks Regional Health YMCA, 301 Satori Parkway in Avon, which offers convenient access to imaging services as well as an award-winning physical therapy team.

Common conditions and injuries treated by Dr. Booher include: Tennis or Golfer's elbow, Plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, Runner's or Jumper's knee, Rotator cuff injuries, concussions and fractures. He also performs an in-office procedure called Tenex. This minimally invasive treatment approach is designed for patients experiencing pain from many of the conditions listed above. The procedure uses ultrasound imaging to view and remove damaged tissue. Removing the damaged tissue allows the tendon to heal properly and relieve pain, leaving no stitches. When patients are an ideal fit for Tenex, they often have faster pain relief and a quicker return to their normal activities.

Dr. Booher lives in Plainfield with his wife, Bonnie, a teacher, and their two children. He has been active in numerous community youth sports organizations as a coach and board member.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Booher, contact Hendricks Regional Health Sports Medicine today.

Call (317) 718-4263