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Alicia Tucker,


Title: Faculty

Practices: Drexel Sports Medicine, Drexel Family Medicine


  • MD - Albany Medical College
  • BS in Chemical Engineering - University of Maryland at College Park

Memberships / Professional Affiliations

  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • American Medical Society for Sports Medicine

Clinical Services

Sports medicine, Family medicine


Alicia K. Tucker, MD, CAQ, is board certified in family medicine, with an added qualification in primary care sports medicine. She is the team physician for Chestnut Hill College. She was previously a team physician for the University of Maryland, College Park. Her clinical interests include sports medicine, sexual health and adolescent health.

Dr. Tucker sees sports medicine patients in Center City, as well as at Drexel Family Medicine in Manayunk and Drexel University Student Health.


  • Primary Care Sports Medicine - University of Maryland School of Medicine


  • Family Medicine - Christiana Care Health System


"Chronic exertional compartment syndrome of the leg"
Tucker, Alicia
Current Reviews of Musculoskeletal Medicine (1-4): 3237, Oct 3, 2010

"Athletic Pre-participation Evaluation"
Tucker A & Reed T
PEPID Primary Care Plus, July 2007


Invited Speeches

"Pediatric Overuse Injuries"
Johns Hopkins Community Physicians Annual Provider Retreat, Baltimore, Maryland, November 2011

"Patellofemoral Syndrome"
Johns Hopkins Community Physicians Annual Provider Retreat, Baltimore, MD, November 2010

"Exercise Induced Arm Symptoms"
American College of Sports Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, June 2010

"Double Trouble"
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, Cancun, Mexico, April 2010

"Team Physician Sideline Course-Part II"
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Northeast Regional Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, May 2008

Published Conference Abstracts

"Recurrent Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome"
AMSSM Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida, April 2009