Brit Moore, MD
Board-certified in sports medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation
Meet Dr. Brit Moore, a nonoperative sports medicine & musculoskeletal medicine physician. Her focus is on musculoskeletal ultrasound, orthobiologic injections, & minimally invasive ultrasound guided procedures like carpal tunnel release with ultrasound guidance.
Dr. Moore believes in face-to-face time with patients, which allows for deeper discussions about what may be causing your symptoms and why a condition occurred. This helps Dr. Moore and her patients determine the best individualized management plan for them and their goals.
Areas of Specialty
- Orthobiologic Medicine (platelet rich plasma, bone marrow aspirate concentrate)
- Minimally Invasive Carpal Tunnel Release with Ultrasound Guidance
- Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (Diagnostic & Procedural)
- Nonoperative Management for Osteoarthritis & Tendinopathy
- Sports Medicine
- Nerve Entrapments
AAPMR STEP 2 Interventional Ultrasound Course Director, 2019-current
AAPMR Orthobiologic Curriculum Faculty
PM&R Sports Medicine, Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN). 2018-2019
PM&R, Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN). 2015-2018
Internal Medicine, UMKC School of Medicine (Kansas City, MO). 2014-2015.
Education / Doctor of Medicine
University of Kansas School of Medicine (Kansas City, KS). 2011-2014
- AOA- Alpha Omega Alpha
- AAPMR—American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- AMSSM—American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
- AMA—American Medial Association
Awards / Recognitions
- Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, 2014
- Mayo Quality Fellow, 2015
- Earl Elkins Mayo Clinic Outstanding PM&R Resident award, 2018
Learn about Diagnostic & Therapeutic
Ultrasound-Guided Injections with Dr. Moore
Those who have chronic pain can find long-term relief with therapeutic injections, including pain medications like cortisol. Dr. Brit Moore at KCOA specializes in non-surgical treatments like ultrasound-guided diagnostic & therapeutic injections to help patients find relief.
Learn about Nerve Pathology
& Management with Dr. Moore
If you have pain or musculoskeletal problems, you may pay a visit to Kansas City Ortho Alliance where Dr. Brit Moore will conduct testing with diagnostic ultrasound, an electromyogram, and/or a nerve conduction study.
These tests help to pinpoint any structural or functional abnormalities, like carpal tunnel, pinched nerves, and more.
Learn more about Dr. Moore
Dr, Brit Moore is a board-certified physical medicine & rehabilitation physician with subspecialty training in sports medicine & musculoskeletal ultrasound.
She sees a variety of conditions, from acute injuries while at play to chronic overuse injuries. She specializes in nonoperative management of upper and lower extremity tendon, ligament, muscle, joint and nerve injuries. Dr. Moore is fellowship trained in musculoskeletal ultrasound, utilizing this for both diagnostic evaluative purposes and to guide procedures. Additionally, she performs electrodiagnostic testing (EMG & nerve conduction studies) for evaluation of upper extremity nerve conditions.
As a leader in minimally invasive ultrasound guided surgery, Dr. Moore was the first to bring carpal tunnel release with ultrasound guidance to Kansas & Missouri. Procedure Dr. Moore performs range from simple joint injections, to orthobiologic injections like platelet rich plasma & bone marrow concentrate, to advanced minimally invasive procedures like needle tenotomy & carpal tunnel release with ultrasound guidance.
After completing her residency & fellowship training at Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota, Dr. Moore stayed on staff at Mayo Clinic Sports Department before eventually choosing to come back home to Kansas City to continue her practice. She was shaped by the multidisciplinary, patient-centered environment at Mayo Clinic, and strives to bring a similar cutting edge pursuit of knowledge coupled with a compassionate approach to advance care in her hometown, a perfect match with the goals of KCOA.
More About Dr. Moore
Dr. Brit Moore is a board certified physical medicine & rehabilitation physician with subspecialty training in sports medicine & musculoskeletal ultrasound.
She sees a variety of conditions, from acute injuries while at play to chronic overuse injuries. She specializes in nonoperative management of upper and lower extremity tendon, ligament, muscle, joint, and nerve injuries, as well as evaluation and management of spine pain. She is trained in performing electrodiagnostics (i.e. EMG and nerve conduction studies) for evaluation of nerve conditions.
She is fellowship trained in musculoskeletal ultrasound, utilizing this for both diagnostic evaluative purposes and to guide procedures. Dr. Moore performs a range of procedures, from simple joint and peritendinous injections, to orthobiologic injections like platelet rich plasma and bone marrow aspirate concentrate, to advanced minimally invasive procedures like Tenex and carpal tunnel release with ultrasound guidance.
After completing her residency and fellowship training at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, Dr. Moore was recruited to stay on staff at Mayo Clinic before coming back home to Kansas City to continue her practice. She was shaped by the multidisciplinary, patient-centered environment at Mayo Clinic, bringing the cutting edge pursuit of knowledge and technique learned at Mayo coupled with a passion to advance care to her hometown of Kansas City, a perfect match with missions laid out by Kansas City Orthopedic Alliance.
Outside of Work
When not in the office, Dr. Moore enjoys traveling, cooking, exploring new restaurants, and pursuing new fun athletic activities.
National Courses & Lectures
Ultrasound Guided Iliopsoas Tendon Release: A Cadaveric Investigation.
Johnson WO, Sellon JL, Moore BJ, Levy BA, Lachman N, Finnoff TJ.
PMR. 2021; 13(4): 397-404.
Accuracy of Ultrasound Compared to Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Diagnosis of Thumb Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries: a Prospective Case Series.
Moore BJ, Iafrate JL, Kakar S, Wisniewski SJ, Murphy NS, Smith J.
Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. 2021. 40(6): 1251-1257
Sonoanatomy and Pathology of the Gluteus Medius Tendon.
Hoffman DF, Sellon JL, Moore BJ, Smith J.
Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine. 2020. 39(4): 647-657.
Exercise Intolerance in a High Level Collegiate Female Runner.
Moore BJ, Allison TG.
Annals of Sports Medicine & Research. 2020.
Distributino of sonographically guided injections of the subgluteus minimus and medius bursae in cadaveric model.
Moore BJ, Johnson W, Finnoff JT, Smith J, Sellon JL.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2019; 51(6): 592
Fibrocartilaginous embolic myelopathy: Demographics, clinical presentation, and functional outcomes.
Moore BJ, Batterson AM, Luetmer MT, Reeves RK.
Spinal Cord. 2018. 56 (12): 1144-1150
Extensor Tendon Injuries. In: Frontera: Essentials of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Brault J, Moore BJ
4 ed. Saunders Elsevier; 2018.
Left anterior arm pain in a 79 year old female pilates strength trainer.
Moore BJ, Jelsing EJ, Finnoff JT.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2018; 50(S1): 764-765
National Courses & Lectures
Course Co-Director, AAPMR STEP 2 Interventional Ultrasound Course.
AAPMR Annual Assembly, Nashville TN, Nov 2021
Course Co-Director, Virtual Ultrasound Cases STEP Precourse.
AAPMR Annual Assembly, Nov 2020
Lecturer, Shoulder Ultrasound Case-Adhesive Capsulitis, Virtual Ultrasound Cases STEP Precourse.
AAPMR Annual Assembly, Nov 2020
Lecturer, Obesity & Orthobiologics
AAPMR Annual Assembly, Nov 2020.
Course Director, Advanced Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Scanning Program
PMR Mayo Clinic Senior Resident Didactic Course. Rochester MN, April-May 2020
Lecturer, Knee Osteoarthritis Conservative Management: What Can I Offer You?
AAP Annual Assembly, Orlando FL, March 2020
Course Instructor & Skills Lab Provider, Ankle & Foot Injections.
AAPMR STEP 2 Interventional Ultrasound Course. Downers Grove IL, Feb 2020.
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