About Team Physicians
Medical Team for Xavier Athletics
Affiliated with TriHealth - The Community Partnership of Bethesda and Good Samaritan Hospitals
Robert R. Burger, M.D., Medical Director/Orthopaedic Surgery/Head Team Physician
Henry A. Stiene, M.D., Medical Director/Sports Medicine/Team Physician
Rick Okragly, M.D., Internal Medicine/Team Physician/Medical Director
Kim Miller, M.D., Director of Student Health/Team Physician
Lanie Spaedy, M.D., Internal Medicine/Team Physician
Timothy E. Kremchek, M.D., Orthopaedic Surgery
Peter S. Cha, M.D., Orthopaedic Surgery Consultant
Jaideep Chunduri, M.D., Spine Consultant
Ian Rodway, M.D., Spine Consultant
Tri-Health Heart Institute, M.D., Cardiology Consultant
Dr. Joann Lohr, M.D., General Surgery Consultant
James A. Amis, M.D., Foot and Ankle Surgery Consultant
Dr. Mohab Foad, M.D., Hand Surgery Consultant
James J. Sanitato, M.D., Opthalmology Consultant
Joseph R. Hellmann, M.D., Otolaryngology Consultant
Thomas G. Saul, M.D., Neurosurgery Consultant
Joseph P. Crowley, D.D.S., Director of Dental Care
Michael Rolfes, D.D.S., Dental Care
Paul Siegel, D.D.S., M.S., Endodontist
Dr. Richard Lamping, Oral Surgeon
Michael J. Rohlfs, D.C., Co-Director/Chiropractic Care
Melissa Kontsis, P.T., ATC, Physical Therapist
Tim Elser, Physical Therapist
Jennifer McDonald, Physical Therapist
Sara Snyder, Certified Physician Assistant
Traci Fuller, Certified Physician Assistant
Dr. Robert Burger
Dr. Robert Burger, a native of Cincinnati Ohio, graduated from La Salle High School and was awarded an academic scholarship to Notre Dame University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude four years later in 1981. While at Notre Dame, he played varsity football, becoming a part of their National Championship Team in 1977. Included among his many honors at Notre Dame, he was named First Team Academic All-American, National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete and also earned the Dolly Cohen Award, an honor presented to the top scholar athlete in the country.
In his current practice as President of Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, LTD. Dr. Burger specializes in the treatment of knees and shoulders. He is actively involved in continuing education and clinical research in these areas, serving as the Orthopaedic Consultant for the College of Mt. St. Joseph Athletic Program, head Team Physician and Co- Director of Sports Medicine at Xavier University, Team Physician for the Cincinnati Reds Major League Baseball Team, and Team Physician for his alma matre at La Salle High School.
Dr. Burger and his family currently reside in western Cincinnati where he and his fellow orthopaedic surgeons joined in 1997 to form Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine serving the entire Greater Cincinnati community.
Through their three offices in Western Cincinnati, Northeast Cincinnati, and Batesville, Indiana, the Beacon Orthopedics group is committed to providing the best quality orthopaedic musculoskeletal and sports medicine care to area's patients, both athletes and non-athletes alike. Summit Woods and the Harrison office offer a complete clinical setting including patient consultation rooms, diagnostic X-ray, MRI, Dexa scan services, outpatient physical therapy, and a top notch ambulatory surgery center, all developed and designed by Beacon physicians to better serve patients with the best, most complete and convenient orthopaedic care in Cincinnati.
Dr. Henry Stiene
Henry A. Stiene, MD is Fellowship trained and Board Certified in Primary Care Sports Medicine. Originally from Cleveland, he attended John Carroll University and then graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1986 and also completed his residency here in Cincinnati as well. He completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis working the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana and Purdue Universities as well as Rose-Hulman and Hanover Colleges. He has also served as team physician for the University of Kentucky, Kentucky State University, Missouri Southern University, and medical director of The Indianapolis and Lexington Ballet Theatres.
Dr. Stiene has been Joint Medical Director and team physician for the Department of Athletics at Xavier University since 1998. His professional interests include providing orthopedic care for athletes and people of all ages as well as injury prevention, nutrition, and strength training.
"Every day is a new challenge and quite a bit of fun whether it is helping a high school athlete get back on the field, helping a 45 year old tennis player get back on the court, or helping a 70 year old with knee arthritis maintain their independence."
Taking care of the young athlete is also a passion of Dr. Stiene. "Youngsters bring quite a bit of energy to the office and I get a great of satisfaction insuring that they and their parents have a clear understanding of what the nature of the injury is, what the treatment options are, and how long it will take to heal and return to athletic and everyday activities."
Dr. Stiene is a member of Beacon Orthopedics, Fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine, and Co-Director of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship which provides specialty training in Sports Medicine for physicians who have recently completed their medical residency. He is also a member of The Ohio State Medical Association and The Cincinnati Academy of Medicine. Dr. Stiene has had his research published in numerous medical journals and has given many lectures and presentations locally and nationally on sports medicine topics.
He lives in Loveland with his wife Beth, and three children, Andrew, Eric and Danielle.