As one of South Florida’s leading sports medicine physicians, Moisés Irizarry-Román, MD, is an expert at diagnosing and treating the most complex types of sports and musculoskeletal injuries. To help athletes and active patients get the unique, comprehensive care they need, Dr. Irizarry-Román founded No Mercy Sports Medicine in Miami.
Dr. Irizarry-Román earned his medical degree from the Universidad Central del Caribe, School of Medicine in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Afterward, he completed an internship at San Juan City Hospital, followed by a residency at the Hospital Universitario Dr. Ramon Ruiz Arnau, before relocating to the United States.
Because of his passion for sports medicine, Dr. Irizarry-Román then opted to go through a rigorous sports medicine fellowship at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine.
Throughout his career, Dr. Irizarry-Román has remained at the forefront of innovative sports medicine solutions. Before he entered private practice, Dr. Irizarry-Román served as the head of Mercy Hospital’s sports medicine department in Miami and has been a go-to practitioner for all levels of athletes.
Not only has Dr. Irizarry-Román written multiple articles for Box Life magazine, but he’s also a consultant for Univisión’s nightly news program, “Noticias Univisión Edición Nocturna,” as well as “Mira Quién Baila.” Dr. Irizarry-Román is also an expert witness for Telemundo's “Caso Cerrado.”
Since he’s active in the CrossFit® community, Dr. Irizarry-Román is affectionately nicknamed “The BoxDoc.” He’s covered multiple major CrossFit events, including Summer Crush Games and Clash of the Fittest. Dedicated to serving the sports medicine community, Dr. Irizarry-Román even works as a team sports physician for the Mississippi Braves minor league baseball team, the Dixie Rodeo, and the Puerto Rico Islanders professional soccer team, to name a few.
Fluent in English, Spanish, and Swedish, Dr. Irizarry-Román can help patients and athletes from diverse cultural backgrounds. Patients commend his thoroughness, kindness, and dedication to helping them recover from sports injuries as quickly as possible. Dr. Irizarry-Román is also known for being punctual and having zero wait time, often because patients get in the habit of arriving 10 minutes early.