Dr. Voltz is board certified in Family Medicine and Primary Care Sports Medicine. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He specializes in:
- Primary Care Sports Medicine, including:
- Sports-related musculoskeletal injuries
- Mild traumatic brain injury (concussion)
- Medical conditions affecting athletic performance and general health (such asinfectious mononucleosis, asthma, and diabetes)
- Nutrition and performance issues
- Exercise prescription to increase fitness
- Injury prevention
- “Return to play” decisions in the sick or injured athlete
- Therapeutic injections
- Evaluation of musculoskeletal injuries utilizing ultrasound
- Ultrasound-guided procedures including joint and tendon injections, platelet-rich plasma and percutaneous needle tenotomy
- Pediatric injuries
- Strength training and conditioning
- Osteoporosis management
Dr. Voltz was born in Elkhart, IN and raised in Wilmington, DE. He is an alumnus of Mount Pleasant HS and the University of Delaware, where he graduated with a degree in Exercise Physiology and became a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC). He earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his family medicine residency in Lancaster, PA and a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at Christiana Care Health System.
He has a passion for athletics with a particular love for baseball. While at the University of Delaware he was a catcher on the baseball team, where he was a CoSIDA Academic All-American Nominee and participated in 4 NCAA Baseball Tournaments.
After graduating from the University of Delaware, he took a job with Christiana Care Physical Therapy Plus as a staff Athletic Trainer. During that time, he had the opportunity to work with many local high school, college, and club athletes. In 2003, he served as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Under-20 United States National Soccer Team that participated and finished 3rd in the World Championships held in Spain.
During his fellowship, he cared for athletes at the University of Delaware, Delaware State University, The Big East Soccer Championships, the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, the Keystone State Games, the Caesar Rodney Half Marathon, the Delaware Marathon, and many local area high schools.
Dr. Voltz is a Team Physician for Delaware State University and works with many local high schools.
He currently serves as a Clinical Instructor for the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Christiana Care Health System, and is also involved in the Family Medicine Residency Program.