A mainstay on the Green Wave bench for over 20 years, Dr. Greg Stewart has served as team physician for the Tulane department of athletics since 1987. The co-director of the Tulane's sports medicine program, Stewart is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and has been involved in various aspects of sports medicine since his arrival in New Orleans.
Stewart graduated from Houston Baptist in 1982 and earned his doctorate from the Universityof Texas Medical School in Galveston in 1986.
He is an associate professor of orthopaedics at the Tulane School of Medicine and is an advisory member of both the National Athletic Trainer's Association and the Louisiana Athletic Trainer's Association. Stewart is also a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and the director of sports medicine for St. Charles and Plaquemines Parishes.
Stewart was invited to assist in the first Combine of the World League of American Football and arranged physician coverage for the 10th National Veterans Wheelchair Games in New Orleans. He served as the team physician for the New Orleans Night Arena Football Team from 1991-92 and participated as a member of the medical staff in the 1991 United States Olympic Track and Field Trials at Tad Gormely Stadium. In 1996, Stewart received the Louisiana Sports Medicine Society's Jim Finks Award for "Outstanding Contributions to Sports Medicine.
He is the current director of education for the Louisiana Sports Medicine Society and sits on the Sports Medicine Committee of the Louisiana State Medical Society.
Stewart is married to the former Cynthia Billon and the couple has three children: daughters Lauren (25) and Tess (16); and son Shaid (14).