Aaron Karlin, MD
Dr. Karlin earned his medical degree from the Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota. Following graduation, he completed a Dual-Boarding Residency Program in both Pediatrics and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Childrens Hospital Medical Center and University Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.
He then completed a fellowship in primary care sports medicine at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, NJ and Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. He has had experience in utilizing the ImPACT program at Rutgers and is a Credentialed ImPACT Consultant.
Dr. Karlin is triple-board certified in pediatrics, physical medicine & rehabilitation, and sports medicine.
Matthew McQueen, MD
Dr. Matthew McQueen is a Family Physician with additional training and board certification in Sports Medicine. His practice includes typical primary care and also care of athletes and non-athletes with musculoskeletal and medical problems.
Matthew McQueen received an A.B. degree from Duke University in Chemistry and German in 1984. After graduating medical school at the University of Tennessee, Memphis he served two years in general surgical residency, completed the curriculum at the Naval Aviation Medicine Institute in Pensacola, and served a tour of duty as a Flight Surgeon abroad. He completed the Ochsner Family Practice Residency in New Orleans and the Hughston Clinic Sports Medicine Fellowship in Columbus, Georgia. He is board Certified in Family Practice and has a Certificate of Additional Qualification (CAQ) in Sports Medicine. Dr. McQueen is also a graduate of the College of Naval Command and Staff, Naval War College.
Dr. McQueen is the team physician for the New Orleans Hornets. Other affiliations include team physician or consultant to Delgado Community College, University of New Orleans, Loyola University, Xavier University, Southern University New Orleans, Dillard University, Jefferson Parish School system and De La Salle High School. Dr. McQueen was a volunteer physician at the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics and has been a staff physician at Ochsner since 1997.
Matthew McQueen has a lifelong interest in soccer as a player and youth coach. He is a firm believer in exercise as disease prevention and maintains an active life through running, weight lifting and swimming. As Medical Director for Ochsner's Elmwood Fitness Center, he works with programs that educate and promote exercise as prevention and treatment for illnesses associated with inactivity.