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What is the average salary for a Sports Medicine Physician?

The average salary of a Sports Medicine Physician is $187,200. Please note that the average salary for a Sports Medicine Physician may vary depending on several factors, like level of education, amount of experience, industry, company size and location. Our source, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, produces some of the United States most sensitive and important economic information, which is based on their strongest commitment to accuracy, quality and integrity.

Junior

The bottom 25% of Sports Medicine Physicians in United States earn:

$112,780
Starting

The bottom 10% of Sports Medicine Physicians in United States earn:

$56,050

Historical salary

Sports Medicine Physician salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Mississippi 240,510 1
South Dakota 233,100 2
Montana 231,820 3
Minnesota 228,700 4
Idaho 227,550 5
Wyoming 227,160 6
New Hampshire 227,160 7
Iowa 223,150 8
Tennessee 222,230 9
North Dakota 219,660 10
Indiana 219,120 11
Wisconsin 217,400 12
Oregon 216,690 13
Utah 214,380 14
New Mexico 213,830 15
Nevada 210,550 16
Colorado 208,910 17
Kansas 208,840 18
Alabama 208,680 19
Maine 208,000 20
Washington 206,620 21
Georgia 206,110 22
Florida 205,110 23
Guam 203,540 24
Hawaii 203,090 25
Arizona 202,910 26
Louisiana 197,830 27
South Carolina 197,650 28
Missouri 197,360 29
Delaware 196,620 30
New Jersey 195,050 31
Pennsylvania 194,690 32
Virginia 194,130 33
Kentucky 189,160 34
Texas 187,540 35
United States 187,200 36
Connecticut 184,720 37
Ohio 183,480 38
California 182,920 39
West Virginia 180,630 40
Illinois 176,250 41
Alaska 170,710 42
New York 169,220 43
Arkansas 168,850 44
North Carolina 168,670 45
Maryland 167,670 46
Rhode Island 167,310 47
Michigan 165,310 48
Massachusetts 156,010 49
Vermont 154,910 50
Nebraska 147,820 51
Oklahoma 139,800 52
District of Columbia 135,990 53
Puerto Rico 124,950 54

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