WHAT WE DO:
The Bozeman Sports Medicine clinic was founded by Dr. Erik Adams in 2019 in Bozeman, Montana. After 15 years as a musculoskeletal specialist and expert in his field, Dr. Adams saw the need for a new clinic in Bozeman. One that offered advanced technology for the optimal evaluation of, and recovery from, musculoskeletal and exercise-related conditions. Utilizing Musculoskeletal Ultrasound and PRP Injections, we are at the forefront of regenerative medicine.
Dr. Adams also values a personal approach to medical care, treating everyone as a unique person and taking his or her condition very seriously. Our treatments are evidence-based and are backed by continual education and training. To learn more about what we offer please see our TREATMENTS and FAQ pages.
WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO:
Musculoskeletal (MSK) injury is a major barrier to pursuing physical activity goals and maintaining health. Our purpose is to successfully treat MSK conditions to not only decrease pain and improve quality of life, but also to return our patients to full physical activity.
The goal in everything we do is to encourage our patients to live an active life. A healthy life must be an active life. We utilize cutting edge diagnostic and treatment methods to address musculoskeletal conditions that stand in the way of physical activity. If you have questions about what we offer and how we can help you reach your peak level of health please contact us.
Read more about Dr. Adams' role as a Primary Care Sports Medicine doctor.
Read about our advanced technologies.
Dr. Erik Adams, MD, PhD
Sports Medicine Physician, Bozeman Sports Medicine
Diagnostic and Interventional Ultrasound instructor
Assistant Research Professor of Rural Health, Montana State University
Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine
MD, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign
PhD, Organic Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Residency: University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Sports Medicine Fellowship, Maine Medical Center with Dr. William Dexter
Dr. Adams has been practicing medicine for over 20 years. He earned a PhD in Organic Chemistry at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, did his medical residency at the University of Wisconsin, and a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Maine Medical Center with Dr. William Dexter. After his training his family moved to Madison, Wisconsin where he worked as a Primary Care Sports Medicine physician focusing on musculoskeletal and exercise-related conditions.
In 2016, Dr. Adams, his wife, their youngest son, their dog and cat moved from Wisconsin to Bozeman. He enjoys riding the bike trails, skiing with his son, and hiking. Some of his photography can be seen on the walls of the clinic.
Why I do what I do: Musculoskeletal (MSK) injury is a major barrier to our pursuing our physical activity goals and maintaining our health. My purpose is to successfully treat MSK conditions to not only decrease pain and improve quality of life, but also to return my patients to full physical activity.
Erin Sigler, MA, Practice Manager
Erin is a native of Montana, born and raised in Livingston. She attended college at the University of Montana in Missoula, where she studied social work and was trained as a medical assistant at St. Patrick Hospital. She returned to the Livingston area and attended classes at Montana State University, further studying social work in the family services realm.
In 2013, she and her family moved to Bozeman to be closer to BZN International Airport for her husband’s job. Shortly after, she began working with Dr. Erik Adams and discovered their team approach to patient care. When not in the clinic, Erin is also a licensed Property Manager and loves helping our community with its housing needs.
She and her husband have 3 daughters and a furry son named Hank. In their free time they prefer to be outside camping, rafting, golfing, and watching baseball, and Erin is particularly fond of sitting on the sidelines at their daughter’s volleyball and basketball games. This winter she discovered cross country skiing and is enjoying that scenery as well.
Why I do what I do: I love patient care and the connections I make in medicine. Injury and illness can cause a lot of anxiety and fear in patients and my job is to make them feel welcome, at ease, and comfortable with their plan of care while helping them navigate their road to recovery. Following the great Mark Twain’s advice; “Find a job that you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” I’m doing that EVERY single day.