Meet Dr. Brunson

Adam A. Brunson, MD, a Florida native, is the owner and President of Carillon Sports and Family Medicine, which he opened in 2002. Well educated and well trained, Dr. Brunson completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at the University of South Florida, where he graduated summa cum laude and was in the Honors Program. He also attended medical school at USF. He completed his residency in June 2001 at the USF/Morton Plant Mease Family Practice program where he served as Chief Resident during his final year. He then completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at Bayfront Medical Center, receiving a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. Dr. Brunson is recognized as one of the Best Doctors in America.

Dr. Brunson currently holds academic appointments as an Assistant Clinical Professor with the Department of Family Medicine at the University of South Florida, Clinical Faculty with the Family Practice Residency Program, Morton Plant Mease Healthcare and Community Preceptor, Family Practice Residency, Sports Medicine Fellowship, Bayfront Medical Center. He has been recognized for his teaching accomplishments by being named the Volunteer Florida Family Physician Educator by the American Academy of Family Physicians, Florida Chapter and receiving the Community Preceptor of the Year Award from the University of South Florida Department of Family Medicine. Dr. Brunson also received the Pfizer Teacher Development Award from the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation.

Dr. Brunson is a board-certified professional ringside physician, providing medical coverage for professional boxing events and mixed martial arts events. He has served as a team physician and provided medical coverage for a variety of local sports teams, including The Tampa Bay Storm; The Tampa Bay Devil Rays; USF Bulls football, basketball, soccer and volleyball; Eckerd College baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball; St. Anthony’s Triathlon; St. Petersburg Parrots, minor league hockey team; Tampa Bay Terminators, professional women’s football team; Boca Ciega High School football; and the Powerboat races.