Yes. Yes, there is a board certification for sports medicine, available to many specialties (family practice, physiatry/rehabilitation medicine, etc). There is a separate subspecialty certification for orthopedic sports medicine available to orthopedic surgeons who complete a sports fellowship program.
Sure. Sure, look for fellowship trianed doctors at find a doc from the american orthopaedic society for sports medicine.
Sports medicine. Sports medicine is a field that exists all over the world.
Sports medicine. An orthopedic surgeon may have substantial experience and/or fellowship training in order to obtain a certificate of additional qualification. Some excellent orthopedic sports medicine physicians.
Sports medicine. Orthopedic surgeons who complete a sports medicine fellowship specialize in this field.
Yes. Yes, there are sports medicine orthopaedists. It is an official subspecialty of orthopaedics. There are also sports medicine physiatrists (non-surgical) who specialize in athletic/musculoskeletal injuries. There are many drs that are board certified in sports medicine. Look for this.
AOSSM. Heres a link to search for those doctors. http://www.sportsmed.org/.