Dr. Jane Chung
Growing up in southern California near the Paciﬁc Ocean, Jane Chung found surﬁng a natural ﬁt. She began surﬁng at a young age, taking to the board and water immediately. Also an accomplished pianist, she has been invited to perform s a guest soloist with numerous city orchestras.
Chung graduated from the University of California San Diego with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry/cell biology and a minor in music. She attended St. George's University School of Medicine, where she obtained her doctorate degree. She completed her pediatric residency at Louisiana State University's Children's Hospital in New Orleans. Currently board-certiﬁed in Pediatrics, Chung is completing a sports medicine fellowship at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital in Cleveland. She continues to be active in many sports.
During a 2006 middle school football game, Zachery Lystedt suffered a pounding blow to his head. Like most 13-year-olds, Lystedt shook it off and returned to the game. However, that hit delivered more than just a few brief seconds of...
April 15, 2013 | Dr. Jane Chung
Athletes are at increased risk for numerous infections. High school, collegiate and Olympic athletes who travel and live in close contact environments are at an even higher risk. Infections and their effects—such as fever and fatigue—can adversely affect athletic performance...
August 3, 2012 | Dr. Jane Chung