William J. Strohman, MD
Concierge Medicine, Family Medicine, Sports Medicine

Ranking Arizona lists Dr. Strohman as one of the State’s top Family Physicians and Best Doctors ranks him among the top 4% of Family Physicians nationally. In college, he doubled majored in Psychology and Biochemistry at UC Davis. He has been featured in several articles in The Arizona Republic and The East Valley Tribune on electronic health records, online access for patients, and sports-related conditions. Given his affinity for teaching, he is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix educating first and second year medical students.

While at the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Strohman received supplementary training in Sports Medicine and functioned as team physician at the high school level. He has completed several advanced team physician courses sponsored by the American College of Sports Medicine and continues to work with both professional and amateur athletes.  After completion of residency at The Mayo Clinic, he has turned some of his focus on functional medicine which addresses the underlying cause of illness and focuses on nutritional and environmental influences on disease.

Dr. Strohman is Board certified in Family Medicine and a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians.  Beyond enjoying the full spectrum of Family Medicine, he has special clinical interests in male hormone management, functional medicine and sports related injuries. Dr. Strohman recently completed some continued medical education in male testosterone manipulation, functional medicine courses on sugar/cholesterol management and spoken publically on Male Health and Vitality

Dr. Strohman is married to his high school sweetheart, Dr. Lisa Strohman and they have two children; They attend many soccer and baseball games. In his personal time, Dr. Strohman plays the guitar /piano and is a film enthusiast.  His exercise passion is hockey, in which he plays twice weekly; one on an “Over 40” league and another “Open League” with players in their 20 and 30s.