A Kyle and South Austin Sports Medicine, Family Medicine and Concussion Clinic
Alysia Bedgood, MD
Dr. Bedgood is a fellowship trained Primary Care Sports Medicine physician. She grew up in South Austin where she found a love of the outdoors and even Texas heat. She completed her undergrad at The University of Texas at Austin then went on to Medical school at The University of Texas Health Science Center Houston. She did her family Medicine training in Sugar Land and completed her fellowship at Methodist Willowbrook while working with the Athletes of Rice University. After fellowship she was hired as one of the first primary care sports medicine physicians in the UT Orthopedics physician group in Houston. As part of UT Ortho she served as the Head Team Physician for Houston Baptist University and on the Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute's concussion team. She returned to Austin in 2016 with her family to pursue her dream of having her own practice. She believes you don't have to be a professional athlete to deserve high quality sports medicine care and understands that each patient has a unique set of goals and circumstances that are just as important as their x-rays and physical exam.
Strength, Endurance training and Conditioning - Paige Carmichael
Paige grew up in Glendale,
Arizona where she started playing sports and fell in love with physical fitness and soccer at the young age of 3. She played all different sports, but competitive soccer stuck with her and in 2003 her and her team won the Youth Soccer National Championship. Paige would go on to receive a scholarship to play Division 1 soccer at Texas A&M University, College Station where she was a Captain her Junior and Senior Year. Paige would graduate from Texas A&M with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science, majoring in Sports Management with a Minor in Business and International and Cultural Management. In 2009Paige returned to Texas A&M to complete a year-long Strength and Conditioning internship and in 2010 would earn her Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Certificate as well as her National Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification (NSCS). In the Summer of 2010 she would intern for the Arizona State University Strength and Conditioning Department, working with the men’s and women’s basketball teams and baseballteam. In July 2010 Paige became the Arizona State Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach and would hold that position for 4 years. In the Spring of 2014, she left ASU to pursue a career that would allow her to adopt her two boys and be there for the transition period. In May 2014 Paige became the Director of Coaching of Boys for Arizona Soccer Club in Gilbert Arizona. She would go on to build the boys side of the club, train teams, and write/run the Speed and Agility program for the entire club before relocating to Kyle, Texas in May 2017 with her family. During her time back in Arizona Paige would also receive her EMT license, National EMT license, Hazmat Certification, and was a Volunteer for the Mesa Fire and Medical Department from 2014 – 2017. She has also completed her Functional Movement Assessment Level 1 certification and is available for FMS evaluations.
Paige has always been passionate about athletics, nutrition, and living a healthy lifestyle. She loves working with people of all ages and backgrounds – from the elite athletes to those just trying to better themselves – helping people reach their individual goals and seeing the growth and development of each individual is what it is all about - Compassion, Quality, Discipline, Loyalty, and Family.
Allison is the office manager for Inertia Sports & Family Medicine. She is a former Texas A&M Division 1 collegiate and Boston Breakers professional soccer player. She also spent time coaching at Texas A&M, Texas State and most recently at Rice University where she not only coached the players but also managed the day to business of a collegiate sports team and summer camp. She prides herself on efficiency and hard work.