David G. Liddle, MD, FACP

Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation & Internal Medicine
Team Physician, Vanderbilt University & the Nashville Sounds; Medical Consultant for the Nashville Predators


Dr. Liddle is a native of Utah and completed both medical school and his residency training in Internal Medicine at the University of Utah.  He then completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship training at Vanderbilt University. 

He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Sports Medicine. 

He currently serves as the:

  • Program Director of the Vanderbilt Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
  • Medical Director of the Vanderbilt Executive & Mariner Health programs
  • Medical Director of the Vanderbilt Dayani Center for Health and Wellness where he oversees the center’s musculoskeletal as well as the cardiac, pulmonary, and cancer rehabilitation services

Further clinical and academic pursuits include cardiac conditions and EKG screening in athletes, exercise physiology, and exercise as medicine as well as serving on the NCAA Division I Concussion Safety Protocol Review Committee.

His Sports Medicine practice includes care of patients for general orthopedic and sports related injuries as well as medical conditions affecting sports, wellness, and recreation at clinics in Nashville and Mt. Juliet, TN.