Osteoporosis is a disease where bones are weak and more likely to break. It’s often not diagnosed until a bone… Read More
As the weather warms up and players get back on the golf course, the last thing a golfer needs is… Read More
While baseball may not be a contact sport, there is still a significant risk of injury at any level of… Read More
A concussion is a type of brain injury caused by your head moving quickly and jostling your brain. Concussions are… Read More
Many people play basketball, including professional athletes, student athletes and those who play in their leisure time. As with any… Read More
Running is a great form of exercise and is used by many to keep in shape. Unfortunately, nearly half of those… Read More
Ice hockey has many ways a player may be injured: falling into the ice or into the boards, collision with… Read More
Sports medicine primary care physicians can treat anyone who is physically active and help them prevent injury and maintain their physical activities.
As fall begins, football season does too. Regardless of the level of football you play the risk of injury is still there. Read our blog post to learn more.
Staying active is the key to healthy aging. Read our blog for ways to keep your body moving without causing wear and tear to your joints.