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A $1 million pledge to the Children's Hospital Foundation in Washington, D.C., will be used to establish a diabetes sports medicine program for monitoring and educating children in the Louisville, Ky., area who have type 1 diabetes, according to the Courier-Journal.
Lebanon, Tenn.-based Premier Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine physicians will staff St. Jude Rock 'n' Roll Marathon train, according to Lebanon Democrat.
Here are 22 orthopedic surgeons in the news this past week.
The FDA has approved Boston-based SyncThink's concussion device EYE-SYNC, according to MedCity News.
Cambridge-based Massachusetts Institute of Technology's department of athletics, physical education and recreation received a $2.5 million gift that will be used to endow the department's director of sports medicine position, according to MIT News.

6. 11 orthopedic surgeon recently receiving honors

Written by Anuja Vaidya | Thursday, 28 April 2016 00:00
Here are 11 orthopedic surgeons who received honors or promotions within the last month.
Simon Kemp, MD, will complete his duties as the England national rugby union team's physician at the end of the summer tour, according to ESPN.
A Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center study involving St. Xavier High School and Archbishop Moeller High School, both in Cincinnati, tested a special investigational collar that may reduce the number of concussions in contact sports, according to WCPO 9.
Steve Shin, MD, performed hand surgery on Los Angeles Clippers' Chris Paul, according to an LA Times report.
James Andrews, MD, will perform Tommy John surgery on New York Yankees right-handed pitcher Branden Pinder, according to a Sports Media 101 report.
Oklahoma City-based OU Medical Center physicians are partaking in the Oklahoma Blaze and will play against the Oklahoma Adaptive Sports Association's wheelchair basketball team, according to News OK.
Graham M. Lawson, MD, examined London Irish's Sean Maitland, according to ESPN.
Marc Philippon, MD, performed a left hip arthroscopy on Golden State Warriors' Kevin Looney, according to Basketball Insiders.
Keith Meister, MD, performed elbow surgery on Texas Rangers reliever Keone Kela, according to an ESPN report.
A study published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery found few complications in hand and shoulder surgeries taking place in outpatient centers.
Daniel Tang, MD, re-examined jockey Julian Pimentel's broken foot, according to Horseracing Nation.
Michael S. Slutzky, MD, performed thumb surgery on bike racer Josh Day, according to a Road Racing World report.
Here are 15 orthopedic surgeons in the news this past week.
James R. Andrews, MD, performed knee surgery on California Oakland A's infielder Eric Sogard, according to ESPN.
Robert Anderson, MD, performed ankle surgery on Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson, according to an ESPN report.
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