I chose Family Medicine because of the long-lasting relationships we can develop. I truly enjoy the diversity of the patients and the holistic approach to patient care that family medicine offers. Moreover, the notion that a family physician can empower patients to take control of their health at the earliest opportunity influenced my decision to pursue family medicine.
Dr Yath Rajakulasingam grew up in Scarborough, Ontario and received his undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto’s St George campus. He went on to pursue his medical degree at the University of Limerick in Limerick, Ireland. He completed his family medicine residency in Greenville, South Carolina where he served as chief resident in his final year. Following the conclusion of residency, Dr Rajakulasingam completed his fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas in Greenville, South Carolina.
Dr Rajakulasingam has served as the team physician for the Greenville Drive (Boston Red Sox High-A affiliate), Greenville Swamp Rabbits (Los Angeles Kings ECHL affiliate) and USA Karate teams. He has also served as team physician at the collegiate level with both Division I and Division II experience, as well as for a multitude of local high schools. Specializing in Primary Care Sports Medicine, Dr. Rajakulasingam focuses on the diagnosis, management and treatment of non-operative musculoskeletal injuries and disorders in patients of all ages.
He treats athletes (both competitive and recreational), weekend warriors, and patients with injuries sustained during normal day-to-day activities.
In addition to Primary Care Sports Medicine, Dr Rajakulasingam practices Family Medicine and is involved with medical student and resident education.