Thomas Stocklin-Enright, DO
Sports Medicine Physician
Dr. Thomas Stocklin-Enright treats every patient as an athlete. He collaborates with them to keep them moving and doing what they love, whether it’s hiking, walking around the neighborhood, or participating in competitive sports. He enjoys educating individuals so that they can make decisions that fit their personal goals.
Dr. Stocklin-Enright considers movement vital to physical and mental health. He finds it rewarding to help reduce people’s pain and facilitate healing. He has a special interest in tendinopathy (tennis elbow), diagnostic ultrasounds, and minimally invasive ultrasound-guided procedures.
Dr. Stocklin-Enright grew up in Aurora, Oregon, and, as a teenager, moved to British Columbia, where he played competitive hockey. His experiences as an injured athlete inspired him to enter medicine and help others.
Dr. Stocklin-Enright started his education at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon, where he earned a bachelor of science in human physiology. He earned a doctor of osteopathic medicine at Western University of Health Sciences in Lebanon, Oregon. He completed an internship in family medicine at Toledo Hospital in Toledo, Ohio. From there, he finished a family medicine residency at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, North Carolina. He completed a sports medicine fellowship at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
In his spare time, Dr. Stocklin-Enright enjoys hiking and paddle boarding with his family. He also surfs the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean. He is currently volunteering as a team physician for the Ridgefield High School football team.