Benjamin Bring, DO is a board-certified physician in both family and sports medicine and currently serves as Program Director and Osteopathic Track Program Director at Dublin Methodist Family Medicine Residency in Dublin, Ohio.
“As a former high school and college athlete, I learned quickly that regular exercise (especially running) is one of the best things you can do for your overall health and wellness. As a family and sports medicine physician, I teach the benefits of running and exercise to my patients and help them get back into running should an injury occur. The OhioHealth Capital City Half & Quarter Marathon is a great way to get our community involved in a fun running event and teach about the importance of regular exercise. I am thrilled to see how popular running has become in athletes of all ages as it is a great lifelong form of exercise. As a former competitive track athlete and now as a recreational runner I am honored to serve as the Medical Director of the OhioHealth Capital City Half & Quarter Marathon!”
Fellowship: Riverside Methodist Hospital Sports Medicine Fellowship
Residency: Riverside Methodist Hospital Family Medicine Residency
Medical School: Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Undergraduate: Denison University
High School: Columbus Academy