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About Dr. David Harsha

Dr. Harsha

Dr. David Harsha practices at Hendricks Regional Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Danville. He brings extensive national experience in sports medicine, with a focus on the prevention and treatment of sports injuries for youth, adult recreational, collegiate and professional athletes. Dr. Harsha specializes in leading multi-disciplinary teams to keep athletes of all ages and abilities safely participating while optimizing their sports performance and reducing risk of injury.

As part of an innovative partnership between Hendricks Regional Health and DePauw University, Dr. Harsha serves as the DePauw Health Medical Director. In this role, he works alongside a team of sports medicine experts and athletic trainers to support the needs of DePauw's 550 student athletes. Dr. Harsha also oversees the DePauw Health Wellness Center, which provides primary care and wellness services to the campus community. In addition, he is involved with supporting the unique wellness needs of student musicians, as well as the educational programming for students pursuing careers in healthcare and human services.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Harsha, call Hendricks Orthopedics & Sports Medicine at (317) 718-4676.

Dr. Harsha completed medical school at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Oklahoma City. He completed his residency in family medicine, as well as his fellowship in primary care sports medicine, at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

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Dr. Harsha comes to Hendricks Regional Health after working for the past 11 years as the medical director for St. Vincent Sports Performance. He has served as a team physician for the Indiana Fever, Indiana Ice and USA Gymnastics, and currently serves as a consulting team physician for USA Diving. His special interests include musculoskeletal ultrasound, vocal cord dysfunction and medical education.

Sports medicine physicians treat not only athletes but also active adults and children, or anyone with orthopedic issues caused by new injury or repetitive use.

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

Call (317) 718-4676