Erin Wos, DO
Sports Medicine Physician
Dr. Erin Wos believes that all patients can benefit from the expertise of a sports medicine physician—not just athletes. Because sports medicine doctors are trained to treat problems, prevent injuries, and guide patients through healthy lifestyle changes, they can help people of every age and fitness level heal and move better.
A former collegiate and professional track and field athlete, Dr. Wos understands the physical demands associated with performing at a high level. Her unique areas of interest include youth athletics and endurance events. She also enjoys educating patients about nutrition.
Dr. Wos earned bachelor of science degrees in biology and political science at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She went on to complete a master of science in human nutrition and functional medicine at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. She earned her osteopathic medical degree at Western University of Health Sciences in Lebanon, Oregon. She was chief resident her third year at Columbia St. Mary’s, part of the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals. She went on to finish the PeaceHealth Family Medicine of Southwest Washington Sports Medicine Fellowship.
Dr. Wos is an avid runner. She and her husband enjoy watching sports together, spending time with their two dogs, exploring new restaurants, and traveling. She is thrilled to volunteer as a team physician for the Union High School athletics program in Camas.