Dr. Caitlin Rugg

Orthopedic Surgery, Sports Medicine

Dr. Rugg is a Bay Area Native and attended Stanford University, where she earned bachelors and master’s degrees. She obtained her medical degree from UCLA, and then completed orthopedic surgery residency at UC San Francisco. During medical school and residency, she performed research on injury risk factors in elite athletes, sports specialization, and outcomes following sports surgeries. Dr. Rugg’s interest in sports medicine led her to pursue sub-specialty training at Duke University, where she completed a Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery fellowship and cared for high school and Division I collegiate athletes. Dr. Rugg returned to the Bay Area to join Kaiser Permanente San Jose as a sports medicine and shoulder surgeon. In addition to working with the San Jose Barracuda, she currently helps care for San Jose State University athletes.


Dr. Kevin Ting

Emergency Medicine

Dr. Ting is a board certified emergency medicine and sports medicine physician. He earned his medical degree from the Keck School of Medicine of USC and completed his residency in emergency medicine SUNY-Downstate in Brooklyn, New York. He has always had an interest in sports medicine and completed a sports medicine fellowship at Presence Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago. During fellowship, he served as team physician for the football, basketball, and soccer teams at North Park University, and was involved in teaching students in their athletic training program. He also provided medical care at various mass participation events including the Chicago Marathon. He is currently an attending physician in Emergency Medicine at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara.