William S. Bundrick, M.D.
William S. Bundrick, MD is a
native of Shreveport, Louisiana, a graduate of Byrd High
School who went on to become a three-time letterman at
Louisiana Tech University. He completed his medical training
at LSU School of Medicine in 1964, and joined Dr. D.F.
Overdyke at the Bone & Joint Clinic at its first
location in Shreveport in 1969.
Through the years, Dr. Bundrick
has served as team physician for Louisiana Tech, the Shreveport
Captains, and many area high school athletic departments. In
addition to official team physician duties, he has also cared
for many high profile professional athletes. He is a member of
the Herodicus Sports Medicine Society, an elite group composed
of sports medicine physicians in the U.S., Europe, and Canada,
and is also a member of the American College of Sports
Medicine. Dr. Bundrick also serves as a member of the Board of
Directors for the Northwest Louisiana Fellowship of Christian
Athletes. Having been at the forefront of many significant
advances in orthopedic care during his career, including
arthroscopic surgery and new joint replacement technologies,
Dr. Bundrick now also has the unique honor of serving on the
Board of Trustees for the American Sports Medicine Institute in
Birmingham, AL, where the field of athletic medicine continues
to be pioneered today.