Already having established a strong orthopaedic and sports medicine practice at Nebraska Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, Dr. Strasburger's is no stranger to Nebraska. A native of Holdrege, NE, Dr. Strasburger first established his name as a collegiate All-American linebacker for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, in addition to being a 2-time Academic All-American. Drafted by the Dallas Cowboy's in 1985, Dr. Strasburger has trained with this nation's leading orthopaedic & sports medicine experts. This includes training at The Campbell Clinic in Memphis, Tennessee “which wrote the book on modern day orthopaedics”, and the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Alabama – a world renowned facility for its out-pouring of sports medicine technology and Throwing-Shoulder research. Dr. Strasburger is currently a member of the Husker Team Physicians.


Undergraduate:   University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE  –  Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences, May 1990

 –  Member: Nebraska Cornhusker Football Team, Linebacker, 1981-84

 –  UPI/AP All-American Linebacker, 3rd Team, 1984

 –  2-Time Academic All-American, 1983, 1984

 –  2-Time, Academic All-Big Eight, 1983, 1984

 –  Drafted – NFL Dallas Cowboys, 1985

 –  Scholar-Athlete Award & Postgraduate Scholarship Award, 

 –  National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame, 1984

 –  Big Eight Postgraduate Scholarship, 1984


Medical School:   University of Nebraska Medical Center, School of Medicine, Omaha, NE, 1990

Surgical Internship – University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis, TN, June 1990 – June 1991



Residency:   University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis, TN, July 1997 – June 1995  –  The Campbell Clinic, Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery


ADVANCE TRAINING & FELLOWSHIPS: American Sports Medicine Institute, Birmingham, AL, August 1995 – July 1996 –  Sports Medicine Fellowship Training

 –  Directors:  Dr. James R. Andrews, MD, Dr. William G. Clancy, Jr., MD

Board Certified, American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, 1998


SPECIALIZED MEDICAL TRAINING: Sports Medicine, Surgery of the Knee, Shoulder & Elbow


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND AFFILIATIONS:   Team Physician & Orthopedic Surgeon, Nebraska Cornhuskers, 1996- present

Staff Orthopaedist, University Health Center, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln

Authored on: MCL Repair in ACL Reconstruction; ACL Revisions; Elbow

Arthroscopy; Athletic Stress Fractures; Meniscal Repair, Elbow Arthrofibrosis, and MRI Imaging.


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (Resident Member)

American Medical Association

American Sports Medicine Fellowship Society, 1997

American Medical Students Association, 1987