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Lee Kaplan, MD, the University of Miami's team physician, played a key role in letting a son follow in his father's footsteps — on the football team — the Miami Herald reports.

2. Dr. Orr Limpisvati answers questions on NHL injuries

Written by Nick Gaudio | Friday, 23 January 2015 00:00
Orr Limpisvati, MD, an orthopedic Surgeon at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles and the team physician for the Anaheim Ducks, recently spoke with Fansided about his experience in dealing with injuries in one of the most popular sports in the world.
A new professional soccer team is coming to Jacksonville, Fla., and the Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute will serve as the sports medicine provider for them, the team announced today.

4. Loyola physicians are team physicians of U.S. hockey teams

Written by Nick Gaudio | Wednesday, 21 January 2015 00:00
Haemi Choi, MD, and Douglas Evans, MD, are set to be the official physicians for the women's and men's hockey teams, respectively, as they travel to Granada, Spain, in February for the Winter World University Games.

5. New England Baptist Hospital plans to move

Written by Kelly Gooch | Tuesday, 20 January 2015 00:00
Boston-based New England Baptist Hospital plans to move from its current Mission Hill, Mass., location, according to a Boston Globe report.
When a new indoor facility opened this week for the Alabama Crimson Tide baseball team, physician Jeff Laubenthal, MD, was honored as a part of the ceremony, reports Roll Bama Roll.

7. Dr. Tom Hackett explains Olympian's early retirement

Written by Nick Gaudio | Friday, 16 January 2015 00:00
Kaitlyn Farrington, a gold-medal-winning snowboarder for the U.S. Olympic team, is retiring at age 25 because of a degenerative spine condition known as congenital cervical stenosis, writes Alyssa Roenigk for ESPN.

8. 5 sports medicine physicians on the move

Written by Nick Gaudio | Thursday, 15 January 2015 00:00
These sports medicine physicians have recently moved to other positions:
Dharmesh Vyas, MD, Pittsburgh Penguins team physician, operated on defenseman Olli Maatta's shoulder on Wednesday, according to a report by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

10. Dr. Robert Anderson's surgery on Ravens' Jimmy Smith a success

Written by Nick Gaudio | Thursday, 15 January 2015 00:00
Robert Anderson, MD, Carolina Panthers' team doctor and foot and ankle specialist, performed surgery on Baltimore Raven's cornerback Jimmy Smith back in November and now, Mr. Smith is on pace to start back next season, reports the Baltimore Sun.

11. Dr. Joseph S. Wilkes named to Clayton State Hall of Fame

Written by Nick Gaudio | Wednesday, 14 January 2015 00:00
Officials with Clayton State University (Ga.) recently inducted their team physician, Joseph S. Wilkes, MD, to the second class of their sports hall of fame, says The Citizen.
Washington Capital's defenseman Nate Schmidt has been working with Kevin Black, MD, on getting back in his skates after breaking his shoulder blade, reports the Patriot News.

13. Packers' Aaron Rodgers gives hot read to Dr. Pat McKenzie

Written by Nick Gaudio | Wednesday, 14 January 2015 00:00
It's not so atypical for a NFL quarterback to have special hand symbols to convey various types of information to his teammates, but this past Sunday might be the first time a quarterback and his team doctor have established a similar style of communication.
Houston-based Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center named Peter Sabonghy, MD, as the 2014 Physician of the Year, according to a Your Houston News report.
Harlan Selesnick, MD, team physician of the Miami Heat, in a Q-and-A with the Miami Herald, said that "skier's thumb" may require surgery.
When the Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Oregon Ducks, 42 to 20, on Monday night, a family story was realized: a current player and his dad, now a physician, both have earned National Champion titles.
Jeffery Lymen, MD, and Thomas Halvorson, MD, recently opened two locations of their new Orthopedic Specialty Institute after joining forces, according to a report by the Coeur d'Alene Press.

18. Dr. Pat McKenzie has kept Packers healthy since 1991

Written by Nick Gaudio | Monday, 12 January 2015 00:00
As the Green Bay Packers advance to the National Football Conference championship this Sunday to face the Seattle Seahawks, they'll be taking mainstay Pat McKenzie, MD, with them.
The largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas is pairing up with America's team to build a new sports medicine facility in Frisco, reports Dallas News.

20. New York Methodist opens new sports injury center

Written by Nick Gaudio | Friday, 09 January 2015 00:00
New York Methodist Hospital recently opened its Institution for Orthopedic Medicine and Surgery at the Scott Medical Center in Canarsie, reports Brooklyn Daily.
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