About Brian D. Kelly, MD

Brian D. Kelly, M.D. is a Pediatric Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician. He specializes in non-operative treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, injury prevention, and concussion management. He received his medical degree from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. He completed a Surgery Internship at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, CA. He then trained in Pediatrics at Phoenix Children's Hospital. To complete his specialty training, Dr. Kelly did a Fellowship in Clinical Pediatric Sports Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital. During his fellowship, he received extra training in diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound guided injections. Dr. Kelly was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ where he participated in a variety of organized sports. Since graduating from medical school, Dr. Kelly has been actively involved in the care of athletes from youth leagues to college teams. During his fellowship he served as a team physician for Men's Hockey at Northeastern University as well as a medical provider for the Boston Marathon. He is currently the team physician for Tolleson High School and Bourgade Catholic High School. Dr. Kelly's goals include injury prevention, maximum injury rehabilitation, and the safe return to play of every athlete and patient. Dr. Kelly joined the Pediatric Sports Medicine Group at Phoenix Children's Hospital in 2015.

Medical School / Education

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Internship

(Surgery) Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA

Residency

(Pediatrics) Phoenix Children's Hospital/ Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ

Fellowship

(Clinical Pediatric Sports Medicine) Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA

Musculoskeletal injuries

Concussions

Ultrasound Guided Injections

Top Doctor Recipient, PHOENIX magazine

Academic Affiliations

Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, AZ

University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix, AZ

Kelly BD, Wilson KM. Index of Suspicion, Case 3: Bilateral Heel Pain in a 6-Year-Old Boy. Pediatrics in Review. 2015 Jan 36(1):36-38.2.

Kelly DW, Kelly BD. A novel diagnostic sign of hip fracture mechanism in ground level falls: two case reports and review of the literature. Journal of Medical Case Reports. 2012 May 29;6:136.

ACL Injury Prevention, Ultrasound Guided Injections

Locations

Staff and provider were friendly and knowledgeable. Had a great experience overall.

Navigating our first experience with a broken bone and being incredibly emotional we could not be more thankful for the patience and thorough explanation of everything that had to do with our daughters arm.

Office was clean and staff and Doctor's were very friendly!

Everyone is great great customer service great doctor I love it

Really caring and nice with us

Yes, my son saw Dr. Kelly at the new office in Glendale, and I really liked the new office. It was really bright and clean and looked very modern. Secondly, I liked that the x-rays were right there and they could take them. And then third, the one thing I like about Dr. Kelly is that he's very thorough and had recommended that we get an MRI before he made any additional recommendations. So I really like that instead of us maybe doing something that we shouldn't do to try and get it better, but he wanted to make sure he had all the information first, so I really like that about him.

The provider and is staff was friendly and respectful