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Andrew J. Lawrence, MD

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Facilities Southeast Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
Groups Accepting First Option, SoutheastHEALTH Providers
Status Active
Fellowship AnMed Health Family Medicine, 2015
Residency AnMed Health Family Medicine, 2014
Family Medicine
Medical School St. Louis University School of Medicine, 2011
Undergraduate School Missouri State University, 2007
  • American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
  • American College of Sports Medicine
Board certification

American Board of Family Medicine, Inc.


Dr. Lawrence, a primary care sports medicine physician, has participated in athletics all of his life and notes that sports have been very influential in the person he is and his practice philosophy. He has been blessed with opportunities to be involved with care of athletes at many different professional and amateur levels of competition. Dr. Lawrence is well-qualified to manage activity related illness or injuries in people of all ages and all levels of sports. His goal is to get athletes of all ages back to full participation as safely and quickly as possible. A Sikeston, MO native, Dr. Lawrence is excited to be back in southeast Missouri with his wife and two children.


Let's face it — shoulder injuries are painful. SoutheastHEALTH sports medicine specialist Dr. Andrew Lawrence explains types of shoulder injuries and how strengthening your shoulder can help prevent these annoying injuries.

SoutheastHEALTH Sports Medicine and Family Practice physician Dr. Andrew Lawrence is fellowship trained in managing activity related injuries in people of all ages and all levels of sports. His cutting edge expertise includes diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound and ultrasound guided orthopedic injections. Today, he shares advice on treating two common sports-related injuries- sprains and strains.