Joel L. Shaw, MD
Medical School: Medical University of Ohio at Toledo
Residency: United States Army, Dewitt Army Community Hospital
Fellowship: Uniformed Services University of Health Services (USUMS), Virginia
Dr. Shaw is a board-certified family medicine and sports medicine physician with clinical interests in acupuncture, medical care of all levels of athletes and physically active people, youth sports and helping athletes achieve maximal performance.
He returned to Columbus to practice medicine in 2007 after providing medical care to soldiers and elite athletes in the United States Army for eight years. This included a deployment to Afghanistan where he received a Bronze Star and a Combat Medic Badge for his accomplishments.
Dr. Shaw currently also serves as team physician at Hilliard Bradley High School and is the fellowship director of the Grant Sports Medicine Fellowship. He previously served as a team physician for the Columbus Destroyers and for the Georgetown University Department of Athletics.
Jason Diehl, MD
Medical School: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Residency: Riverside Methodist Hospital
Fellowship: Michigan State University Hospital, Faculty of Development and The Ohio State University Medical Center, Sports Medicine
Dr. Diehl is board-certified in family medicine and sports medicine. He has a special interest in comprehensive sports medicine services with a focus on providing complete care for the endurance athlete, such as runners, cyclists, swimmers and triathletes. Dr. Diehl is also the sports medicine fellowship director for the Riverside Methodist Sports Medicine Program.
Prior to joining MAX, he was assistant professor of clinical family medicine at The Ohio State University and also team physician for the OSU Athletic Department specializing in a host of sports, including track and field, swimming, diving, softball, men’s basketball, cross country and volleyball.
Dr. Diehl is currently the team physician for the USA Triathlon, Ohio Wesleyan University and the medical advisor for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Team in Training and previously served as the medical director for the Run Wild Racing series. He is a former varsity football and track athlete for Ohio Wesleyan and he is an avid cyclist and distance runner.