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David Pohl

David J. Pohl, D.O.

Family Medicine/Sports Medicine

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Board Certification(s)

Family Medicine


Medical School

Michigan State University - College of Osteopathic Medicine - East Lansing, MI


St. John Providence Hospital - Warren, MI (Family Medicine)


Advocate Lutheran General Hospital - Park Ridge, IL (Sports Medicine)

Location 1

1450 Busch Parkway
Suite 100
Buffalo Grove IL 60089
Phone: 847-459-7860
Fax: 847-459-4228

Primary Specialty

Family Medicine/Sports Medicine

Additional Specialties

Sports Medicine

Clinical Interests



Sports injury medicine, physical rehab at NCH Outpatient Care Center at Harper College

The Outpatient Care Center now offers a specialized Sports Injury Clinic on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. The clinic serves young athletes participating in school and park district sports programs who, if injured, can be evaluated and treated quickly without an appointment by Sports Medicine specialists trained to treat broken bones, torn ligaments, concussions and more.

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Sports Medicine: See this specialist if you’re active

Whether you run marathons, participate in sports, consider yourself a weekend warrior or have a nagging pain, certain injuries or conditions can be treated by a specialist. Dave Pohl, D.O., an NCH Medical Group board-certified physician in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine, describes his specialty and the types of patients he treats.

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Tips on how to avoid an eye injury during sports play

Eye injuries can happen quickly, and their painful effects can last a lifetime. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, every year in the U.S. more than 40,000 people suffer from eye injuries while participating in sports or other recreational activities. About half of those injuries – 19,000, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics – were children treated in the emergency department.

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If Santa came in for a checkup

Santa works with his elves all year long for the “big day.” What would you suggest Santa do leading up to Christmas to make sure he is ready for the stress that comes with delivering presents to all the children in the world?

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