Dr. Dallas Kingsbury is accredited in sports medicine by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education as an instructor in the Rusk Rehabilitation department at NYU Langone Medical Center. He has an interest in interventional sports and regenerative medicine and has had the unique experience of working with the performing arts, aerial acrobatics, and flying trapeze communities. It also is worth mentioning that he is particular adept himself as a man in the flying trapeze. Dr. Kingsbury combines his interest in treating patients with an involvement in clinical research pertaining to osteoarthritis, knee injections, and the treatment of chronic tendon problems. His medical degree is from the University of Medicine & Dentistry and he did his residency at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Rehabilitation Medicine. In this interview, Dr. Kingsbury discusses the kinds of patients he treats for musculoskeletal conditions, reasons for patient delays in seeking treatment, patient resilience and willingness to participate actively in all aspects of rehabilitation, role of being overweight plays in onset of musculoskeletal health problems, how outcomes are affected by time between occurrence of injury and provision of treatment, smartphone usage as a cause of musculoskeletal problems, and translation of clinical research to bed site care.