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Footprints Through Time: Koco Eaton (1961- )

Koco EatonKoco Eaton was born in 1961. After graduating from Columbia University in 1983, he attended Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, graduating there in 1987.

Dr. Eaton completed a fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute, and served as an orthopedic consultant to the Birmingham Barons, a Class AA baseball team affiliated with the Chicago White Sox. He worked with the Baltimore Orioles during spring training from 1990 to 1992, and later became orthopedic team physician for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. There he works with Dr. James Andrews, medical director and head of the Sports Medicine Committee of the U.S. Olympic Committee.

Dr. Eaton also operates a private practice in sports medicine and orthopedic surgery in St. Petersburg, Florida.



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