Erica Kroncke, MD

  • Specialties, Procedures, and Conditions

    Sports Medicine

  • About Me:

    My main philosophy of care is treating patients the way I would want myself or my own family treated in a similar situation. I am a caring, attentive and energetic provider who brings an upbeat attitude to the job.

    As a former athlete from the Fox Valley area as a runner, I can really relate to the issues my patients are going through. I know you don’t want to be sidelined for long by a sports injury so I listen carefully, try to provide as many appropriate options for care as possible and help you decide what’s best for your condition. For people that don’t consider themselves an athlete but have aches, pains, strains, arthritis or fractures, I can help. With my combination of training and experience, you can be sure you’re in good hands.

  • Education and Fellowships
    Fellowship Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee) 7/1/2006
    Residency Children's Hospital of Wisconsin 6/1/2005
    Internship Children's Hospital of Wisconsin 6/1/2003
    MD Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee) 5/1/2002
  • Board Certifications
    AM Board of Pediatrics Sports Medicine - Subspecialty Cert
    AM Board of Pediatrics Pediatrics - General Cert
  • Resources
    • + Articles
      • How Common is a Broken Collarbone?
      • How to Treat Elbow Pain
      • Winter Shouldn't End Your Marathon Training
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  • Patient Rating
    4.7 out of 5 (From 59 respondents)

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