Jon-Michael Cline, D.O.

Non-Surgical Sports Medicine

3414 Golden Road Tyler, TX 75701

(903) 648-6993

Dr. Jon-Michael Cline is a fellowship trained, board certified Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician. Dr. Cline treats a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and specializes in non-surgical treatment of sports injuries, concussion management, and ortho biologics. He is an expert at using ultrasound for diagnosing injury and performing targeted injections.

Dr. Cline was born and raised in East Texas. After graduating from Elkhart High School, he attended Tyler Junior College where he played both tennis and baseball. He then completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Texas A&M University where he pitched for the Aggie baseball team. He subsequently spent two years pitching for the Minnesota Twins in their minor league system. Though a shoulder injury and subsequent surgery ended his professional baseball career, he went on to pursue his passion for medicine by attending medical school at the University of North Texas Health Science Center/TCOM in Fort Worth. He met his wife, Dr. Amby Cline, during medical school, and they both went on to complete their Family Medicine residency training at the prestigious Waco Family Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Cline then completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship with Southwest Sports Medicine and Baylor University in Waco.

With over 10 years of sports medicine experience, Dr. Cline is excited to provide expert knowledge and care to the athletes and families of East Texas. Dr. Cline’s goal is to keep you healthy so you can do the things you enjoy.



Non- Surgical Sports Medicine
Platelet-Rich plasma Therapy (PRP)
Concussion Management
Ortho Biologics
Targeted Injections

Certificate of Added Qualification in Primary Care Sports Medicine
Board Certified in Family Medicine
Texas Medical Board Physician License
AHA- Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

University of North Texas Health Science Center, Fort Worth, TX
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

School of Biological Sciences
Bachelor of Science, Biology

Tyler Junior College, Tyler, TX
School of Biological Sciences
Associate of Arts, Biology

American Medical Society of Sports Medicine Club member, 2013-present

American Academy of Family Physicians member, 2013-present

Texas Medical Association member, 2008-present

First Team Academic All-Big 12 Conference, 2004-2005

Baseball scholarship recipient, Texas A&M University, 2003-2005

Tennis and baseball scholarship recipient, Tyler Junior College, 2000-2002