Sports Medicine
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Cupping Therapy: Does it Improve Athletic Abilities?

Cupping is an ancient form of medicine that lost popularity in the western medical world towards the late 20th century.... Read full post »
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Shoulder Pain and Injuries in Volleyball Athletes

Whether your volleyball athlete is just starting their season or has been training year-round, shoulder pain is not normal and... Read full post »

Performing Arts Medicine: Preventing Injuries to the Artistic Athlete

Dance competition season is in full swing and just like other sports, there are long, grueling practices with repetition of... Read full post »

Understanding Rhabdo: Why You Should Take Exertional Rhabdomyolysis Seriously

While it feels as if high school football season has just ended, many high schools and universities have already started... Read full post »

Injury Prevention in Softball and Baseball

Throwing injuries can put limitations on the ability of some athletes to continue playing their sport. Throwing and pitching require... Read full post »

Cauliflower Ear Prevention and Treatment

What is cauliflower ear? Cauliflower ear is the result of auricular hematoma when blood gets into the outer part of... Read full post »

Massage Therapy for Sports Injuries

Kids, like adults, get injured doing the things they love. We often think that kids are ‘resilient’ or will ‘bounce... Read full post »

Overscheduling, Overuse Injuries and Burnout in Youth Sports

Over 60 million kids take part in organized sports in the U.S. and 75% of them play more than one... Read full post »