Nathan Fitton, DO, CAQ-SM Joins MSU Health Care As Sports Medicine Provider

August 15, 2017

A graduate of the College of Osteopathic Medicine at MSU, Nathan Fitton, DO, CAQ-SM completed his Family Practice residency with Metro Health Hospital in Grand Rapids, where he was appointed chief resident his last year of residency. Dr. Fitton is fellowship-trained in Sports Medicine through Sparrow/MSU.

As an area native, Dr. Fitton grew up in the Greater Lansing community, graduating from Potterville High School. As part of his training, he has covered several types of sports events across the state: from high school and college football to AHL Hockey and international running events, to serving as a head team physician of MSU varsity athletics, specifically Women’s Basketball and Men’s Wrestling. He is also an Assistant Professor at MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine and is actively involved in teaching the medical students.



  • Non-operative musculoskeletal injuries
  • Running medicine
  • Cross-Fit medicine
  • Ultrasound-guided joint injections
  • OMM
  • Viscosupplementation

Dr. Fitton joins our multi-specialty group as a board-certified Primary Care Sports Medicine provider. He is adding to our complement of 250 providers performing cutting-edge research, teaching medical and nursing students, and providing exceptional care to the Greater Lansing community.

Nathan Fitton, DO is a Primary Care Sports Medicine provider who provides care to the public at MSU Health Care Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Center in East Lansing. Read more about the practice on MSU Health Care Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Center's page; visit Dr. Fitton's provider page to learn more about his clinical expertise.

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Article updated on July 26, 2022