DR. TED ARMOUR
Dr. Ted Armour attended the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine where he was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship. Following receipt of his MD, Dr. Armour completed his Residency Training in Orthopedic Surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center in New York. Subsequently, he completed further subspecialty training in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy during his Fellowship at the University of Connecticut.
Following completion of his training, Dr. Armour has been active in the Sports Medicine community. As an educator, Dr. Armour served as Assistant Director for the Sports Medicine Fellowship at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro from 2001 to 2009. Dr. Armour also served as the Medical Director of the Elon University Athletic Training Program from 2004 to 2008.
Dr. Armour has been active in the care of athletes at many levels. He has served professional sports as an Assistant Team Orthopedist for the Hartford Wolfpack AHL Hockey Team, as well as assistant team orthopedist for the Burlington Indians, and the Burlington Royals, affiliates of the Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals Major League Baseball Organizations.
At the college level, Dr. Armour has served as assistant team orthopedist for Lehman College and Trinity College, while also assisting in the care of athletes from the University of Connecticut.
He currently serves as the Head Team Orthopedist at Elon University, a role he has held since 2001. Additionally, he serves as the team physician for Harnett Central High School, accompanying them to their first State Championship in 2009.
In 2009, Dr. Armour joined Cary Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists, one of the premiere Sports Medicine practices in central North Carolina.
Personally, Dr. Armour maintains a very active lifestyle. He is a marathoner and competitive tri-athlete, recently fostering the launch of Team Cary Ortho, a triathlon team in Cary, NC.