Dr. William J. Robertson is a specialist in sports medicine injuries, as well as, the arthroscopic and open management of shoulder, knee, and hip disorders. He currently serves as the Head Team Physician to the Dallas Stars NHL Hockey Club, Dallas Defenders Semi-professional Football Team. Before joining the Texas Metroplex Institute for Sports Medicine & Orthopedics (TMI), Dr. Robertson spent 7 years at UT Southwestern Medical Center where he was the Chief of the Sports Medicine & Shoulder Service. As an Associate Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Dr. Robertson helped train the next generation of Orthopedic Surgeons at both UTSW and Parkland Hospitals. There, he received teaching awards by the UT Southwestern Orthopedic Residents on two separate occasions.
Dr. Robertson performed his undergraduate education at Brown University where he was also a four-year letter winner as a starting linebacker for the Brown University Football Team. Following his senior season, he was selected to play with other Ivy League All-Star's in the Epson Ivy Bowl in Osaka, Japan. He later went on to medical school at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center in New York City and served as president of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He graduated 1st in his class and received the Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence from New York State.