Scott R. Darling, MD

Primary Care Sports Medicine, UB Concussion Clinic

Scott R. Darling, MD

  • Specialty: Primary Care Sport Medicine, UB Concussion Management Clinic

Practicing primary care sports medicine on a daily basis is both exciting and rewarding.  Although some of my patients are athletes, many are not. I enjoy taking care of all different types of patients who may suffer concussions, fractured bones or sprained joints and have been doing so since my fellowship in 2007.

I am proud to be part of the UB Concussion Clinic and our numerous offices that provide comprehensive concussion care and management. We use an interdisciplinary approach to treating the patient that involves physical therapists, athletic trainers and neuropsychologists as well as physicians. This cutting-edge medical team also organizes a collaborative, city-wide concussion management focus group where ideas are exchanged. Here, many physicians as well as other medical professionals who treat concussions discuss the latest research topics and advances in concussion care.  A recent research article of mine was published in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine (CJSM), describing how the integration of an exercise treadmill test with computerized neuropsychological testing can best assess when an athlete is ready to return to sport. In this way, we can achieve our goal of returning an athlete his or her sport as quickly, yet as safely as possible.

From my personal athletic history, family medicine training, research experience and primary care sports medicine teaching position, I feel patients will undoubtedly receive the highest level of quality care they deserve for their orthopedic injuries.

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6934 Williams Road, Suite 600
Niagara Falls, New York 14304

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Amherst, New York 14226

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Orchard Park, New York 14127

University at Buffalo, B.S., 1999
University at Buffalo, M.D., 2003

Hospital Training
University at Buffalo, Family Medicine Residency, 2003-2006

Fellowship
University at Buffalo, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, 2006-2007

A.C.L.S. (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
Board Certification, American Board of Family Medicine
Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine

Clinical Director, Special Olympics
Course Lecturer, University at Buffalo, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Director, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship, University at Buffalo
Head Team Physician – D’Youville College
Team Physician, Daemen College


American Academy of Family Physicians
American Board of Family Medicine
American Medical Association
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
Medical Society, State of New York