Elizabeth A. Joy, MD, MPH

Research Interests

  • Exercise
  • Health and Exercise
  • Women's Health
  • Eating Disorders
  • Musculoskeletal Medicine
  • Physical Activity

Languages

  • English

Academic Information

  • Departments: Family & Preventive Medicine - Adjunct Professor
  • Divisions: Public Health

Board Certification

  • American Board of Family Medicine (Sports Medicine)
  • American Board of Family Medicine

Academic Office Information

  • 801-585-9075
  • Department of Family and Preventive Medicine
    375 Chipeta Way, Room: Suite A
    Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Education History

Type School Degree
Graduate Training University of Utah
Public Health
M.P.H.
Fellowship Hennepin County Medical Center
Sports Medicine
Fellow
Residency Hennepin County Medical Center
Family Medicine
Resident
Professional Medical University of Minnesota
M.D.
Undergraduate University of Minnesota
Biochemistry
B.S.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Joy E (). Impact exercise and postmenopausal bone loss: a review. Clin J Sport Med, -.
  2. Young P, Norlin C, Jackson D, Debry S, Joy EA (). Improving the Prevention, Early Recognition and Treatment of Pediatric Obesity by Primary Care Physicians. Clin Pediatr (Phila).
  3. Greenwood J, Joy EA, Stanford J (). The Physical Activity Vital Sign: A Primary Care Tool to Guide Counseling for Obesity. J Phys Act Health.
  4. May HT, Horne BD, Carlquiast JF, Sheng X, Joy E, Catinella AP (). Depression after coronary artery disease is associated with heart failure. J Am Coll Cardiol, 53(16), 1440-7.
  5. Reeser JC, Joy EA, Porucznik CA, Berg RL, Colliver EB, Willisk SE (). Risk factors for volleyball related shoulder pain and dysfunction. PM R, 2(1), 27-36.
  6. Joy EA, Van Hala S (). Musculoskeletal Curricula In Medical Education. Phys Sportsmed, 32(11).
  7. Joy EA (). ACSM Clinician Profile. Curr Sports Med Rep, 10(3), 121.
  8. May HT, Sheng X, Catinella AP, Horne BD, Carlquist JF, Joy E (). Antilipidemic adherence post-coronary artery disease diagnosis among those with and without an ICD-9 diagnosis of depression. J Psychosom Res, 69(2), 169-74.
  9. Reeser JC, Joy EA, Porucznik CA, Berg RL, Colliver EB, Willick SE (). Risk factors for volleyball-related shoulder pain and dysfunction. Pain Management, 2(1), 27-36.
  10. May HT, Horne BD, Carlquist JF, Sheng X, Joy E, Catinella AP (). Depression after coronary artery disease is associated with heart failure. J Am Coll Cardiol, 53(16), 1440-7.
  11. Joy EA, Van Hala S, Marshall E (2004 Dec). Pregnancy as an opportunity for behavior change. Curr Sports Med Rep, 3(6), 327-9.
  12. Joy EA, Van Hala S (2004). Musculoskeletal Curricula In Medical Education. Physician and Sportsmedicine, 32(11).
  13. Herring S, Joy EA (2003). Female athlete issues for the team physician: A consensus statement. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 35(10), 1785-1793.
  14. Joy EA (2003). Best of the literature commentary: Making the case for vigorous physical activity. Phys Sportsmed, 31(10), 14.
  15. Joy EA (2002-06-01). A little 'sports' medicine miracle. Phys Sportsmed, 30(00913847).
  16. Joy EA, Prentice W, Nelson Steen S, Steuerwald B (2001-01-01). Conditioning and nutrition for football. Sports Science Exchange-Round Table, 12.
  17. Joy EA (2000-11-01). Self-reduction of anterior shoulder dislocation. Phys Sportsmed, 28(00913847).
  18. Joy EA (2000). Self-reduction of the anterior shoulder dislocation. Phys Sportsmed, 28(9).
  19. Joy EA (1999). Indications and application of the muenster cast. Phys Sportsmed, 27(6), 114-116.
  20. Joy EA (1998). Diagnosis and evaluation of compartment syndrome. Your Patient and Fitness, 12(6), 25-27.
  21. Joy EA (1998). Exercise during pregnancy. Your Patient and Fitness, 12(5), 26-30.
  22. Joy EA, Clark N, Ireland ML (1997). Team management of the female athlete triad.Part II. Phys Sportsmed, 25 (4), 55-69.
  23. Joy EA, Clark N, Ireland ML (1997). Team management of the female athlete triad.Part I. Phys Sportsmed, 25 (3), 95-110.
  24. Joy EA (1996). Mitral valve prolapse in active patients: Recognition, treatment and exercise recommendations. Phys Sportsmed, 24 (7), 78-86.
  25. Joy EA, Donnell C, Husu K (1995). Outpatient management of disordered eating. Your Patient and Fitness.
  26. Joy EA, Belgrade M (Jan, 1994). Closed head trauma in athletes. Your Patient and Fitness.
  27. Joy EA, Belgrade MJ (1993-06-01). Exertional headache. Water-skiers exemplify positive outcome. Case report. Phys Sportsmed, 21(00913847).
  28. Joy EA (1993). Exercise during pregnancy. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians, 48(3), 12-13.
  29. Joy EA (1992). The female athlete triad. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians, 47(3), 16-18.

Review

  1. Joy EA, Campbell D (). Stress fractures in the female athlete. [Review]. Curr Sports Med Rep, 4(6), 323-8.
  2. Joy EA (). Practical approaches to office-based physical activity promotion for children and adolescents. [Review]. Curr Sports Med Rep, 7(6), 367-72.
  3. Joy EA, Van Hala S, Marshall E (). Pregnancy as an opportunity for behavior change. [Review]. Curr Sports Med Rep, 3(6), 327-9.
  4. Joy EA, VanHala S, Cooper L (). Care of the Female Athlete. [Review]. AFP Sciences, (April 2009).
  5. Joy EA, Paisley TS, Price R Jr, Rassner L, Thiese SM (2004 May). Optimizing the collegiate preparticipation physical evaluation. [Review]. Clin J Sport Med, 14(3), 183-7.
  6. Paisley TS, Joy EA, Price RJ Jr (2003 Dec). Exercise during pregnancy: a practical approach. [Review]. Curr Sports Med Rep, 2(6), 325-30.
  7. Joy EA, Wilson C, Varechok S (2003 Dec). The multidisciplinary team approach to the outpatient treatment of disordered eating. [Review]. Curr Sports Med Rep, 2(6), 331-6.
  8. Macintyre J, Joy E (2000 Apr). Foot and ankle injuries in dance. [Review]. Clin Sports Med, 19(2), 351-68.

Book Chapter

  1. Joy EA (2003). Cardiac Concerns in the Female Athlete. In A Nattiv (Ed.), Women's Sports Medicine. Hanley Belfus.
  2. Joy EA (2001). Exercise During Pregnancy. In S Ratcliffe, E Baxley (Eds.), Family Practice Obstetrics (2nd Edition). Saunders.
  3. Joy EA, Macintyre JG (2001). Women's Issues in Sports Medicine. In M Mellion (Ed.), Team Physician's Handbook (3rd Edition). Mosby.
  4. Joy EA, Macintyre JG (1997). Women's Issues in Sports Medicine. In M Mellion (Ed.), Team Physician's Handbook (2nd Edition). Mosby.
  5. Joy EA (1994). Aerobic Dance Exercise Injuries. In R. Agostini (Ed.), Medical Issues of Active and Athletic Women. Appleton, Lang.
  6. Joy EA (1994-01-01). Aerobic dance exercise.

Case Report

  1. Cooper LA, Joy EA (). Osteoporosis in a female cross-country runner with femoral neck stress fracture. Curr Sports Med Rep, 4(6), 321-2.
  2. Kiraly B, Joy EA (2003 Dec). Case report. Anorexia nervosa and psychosis in a male triathlete. Curr Sports Med Rep, 2(6), 317-9.

Editorial

  1. Joy EA (). Best of the literature commentary: making the case for vigorouus physical activity. Phys Sportsmed, 31(10), 14.
  2. Joy EA (). How I incorporate exercise and referrals into my practice. Sports Medicine Bulletin, (March 2010).
  3. Joy EA (). Overcoming the odds. Curr Sports Med Rep, 6(6), 379-80.
  4. Joy EA (2002). A little sports medicine miracle. Phys Sport Med, 30(6).
  5. Joy EA (2000). Baby workout buddies: Obstacle or opportunity? Phys Sport Med, 28 (5).
  6. Joy EA (1995). From anorexia to obesity: Advising women about their weight. Phys Sport Med, 23(11), 34.