Mike Galbraith was raised in Seattle, WA. He attended undergrad at BYU and then completed medical school at Midwestern University/Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona. He completed a Family Medicine residency in South Bend, IN. followed by a Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship at the University of Notre Dame.

Mike worked as a Family and Sports Medicine physician in Alberta, Canada for 11 years prior to moving to Tyler, TX. While in Canada he started a successful multi-disciplinary Sports Medicine clinic where he was the head physician for a minor league hockey team for 11 seasons. He has been a team physician for multiple high schools, colleges, and universities and provided medical care for various sporting events including the Cirque du Soleil and ultra-marathon races. He has been dual board-certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine in both Canada and the USA.

Mike’s professional interests include non-surgical treatments of musculoskeletal injuries, concussions, Prolotherapy and Platelet Rich Plasma injections, and ultrasound-guided injections. Mike has been married for twenty-two years and has four children, ranging from twenty to two.