Following undergraduate studies in Exercise Physiology at Montana State University, Milica received her Master’s Degree from University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and her Doctorate from Idaho State University, where she studied knee injuries in team sport athletes. Milica has specialized in orthopedics and sports medicine throughout her rehab career, working with athletes of all ages and ability levels.
In addition to maintaining an orthopedic clinical caseload and teaching Exercise Science & Kinesiology at Montana State University, Milica is a founder and the Chief Medical Officer of 4c Sports Injury Analytics. Milica’s primary areas of research interest are in biomechanical baseline testing, kinematic predictors of athletic injury, and sport-specific joint mechanics. She is a member of the APTA and NATA and volunteers yearly on the Idaho and Arizona Ironman Medical Teams. Milica enjoys cooking, triathlon and downhill skiing in her spare time.