'Father of Sports Medicine' Dies After Career with NFL Giants

April 16, 2018Apr 16, 2018

A man known as the "father of sports medicine" has just passed away. According to reports, Allan "Doc" Levy died at the age of 90 years old.

"The beloved innovator in sports medicine was best known for his 30-plus years as the team doctor of the New York Football Giants. He passionately dedicated himself to his work and captivated the hearts of people everywhere," according to the NY Daily News.

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"His practice quickly became overwhelmed with sports injuries and the specialty of Primary Care Sports Medicine was born. Doc became the team physician for the New York Giants and went on to become the Chief of Sports Medicine at Pascack Valley Hospital. Throughout his career, he treated professional and nonprofessional athletics with the utmost care," reported the NY Daily News.

He was an NFL legend who will be greatly missed!

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