Prathap Jayaram, M.D.

Director of Regenerative Sports Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine

Prathap Jayaram, M.D. Photo

Position

Address

Sports Clinic-Baylor St. Lukes Medical Center (Clinic) (Clinic)
7200 Cambridge St. Suite 10C (10th floor)
Houston, Texas 77030
United States
(713) 798-7246
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Sports Clinic-Baylor St. Lukes Medical Center (Clinic) (Office)
7200 Cambridge St. Suite 10C (10th floor)
Houston, Texas 77030
United States
(713) 798-7246
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Certifications

  • Sports Medicine
    American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

  • Diplomat
    American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

  • Physician and Surgeon
    A142118
    Medical Board of California

  • Physician Licensure
    Texas Medical Board

Education

  • Fellowship at Stanford University School of Medicine
    Stanford, California United States

  • Residency at Baylor College of Medicine
    Houston United States
  • Internship at University of Maryland
    Baltimore
  • Residency at Baylor College of Medicine
    Houston, Texas United States

Language

  • Kannada

Professional Statement

Prathap Jayaram M.D. is the Director of Regenerative Sports Medicine-PMR division and Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He also holds a secondary appointment in Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Jayaram is nationally known for his expertise in regenerative sports medicine & ultrasound. He completed his sports medicine training at Stanford University where he treated collegiate and professional athletes. Dr. Jayaram is a clinician-scientist who specializes in non-operative sports medicine with a focus on advanced ultrasound and regenerative strategies for tendon and cartilage injuries. His medical practice is focused on various sports injuries using diagnostic ultrasound and advanced ultrasound-guided procedures such as adipose derived cell therapy & bone marrow aspirate concentrate, platelet rich plasma, and percutaneous sonographically guided tenotomy. His research focus is to translate the study of tendinopathy and osteoarthritis into a basic understanding of development and establish therapeutic strategies to yield better function. He is currently working with the Genetics Department in Dr. Brendan Lee's Lab on exploring gene therapy in the context of post-traumatic osteoarthritis.

Professional Achievements

  • Outstanding Resident
    Baylor College of Medicine

  • Don Lehmkuhl Memorial Resident Research Ph.D,
    Baylor College of Medicine

  • William Donovan Lectureship Award in MSK/Regenerative Medicine
    at Baylor College of Medicine

  • Basic Science Research Award
    American University

  • President’s Research Award
    American University

  • Franklin Scholar

  • UIC pioneer award

Professional Interests

  • Regenerative Medicine Consultations

  • Golf Injuries

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Sports Ankle

  • Sports Elbow

  • Sports Foot

  • Sports Hand

  • Sports Hip

  • Sports Knee

  • Sports Hip

  • Sports Knee

  • Platelet Rich Plasma -PRP

  • Sports Shoulder

  • Sports Wrist

  • sports concussions

  • Sports Med (non-surg ortho)

  • Gene Therapy

  • Cell Based Therapy-Adipose Derived

  • Tendon Injuries

  • Advanced Diagnostic Ultrasound

  • Ligament Injuries

  • Muscle Injuries

  • Tennis Medicine

  • Running Medicine

Physician Specialties

  • Musculoskeletal Medicine

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

  • Sports Medicine

  • Sports Medicine Surgery

  • Sports Medicine Rehabilitation

  • Regenerative Sports Medicine

  • Regenerative Medicine Therapy

  • Joint injections

  • PRP injections

Professional Specialties

  • Non-Operative Orthopedics

Memberships

  • Association of Academic Physiatrist

  • American Academy of Phys. Med. Rehab

  • American Medical Society for Sports Medicine