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TriHealth and Xavier University, both in Cincinnati, are teaming up to build a new fitness and recreation center, according to cincinatti.com.

2. 6 sports medicine physicians on the move — Jan.15, 2017

Written by Eric Oliver | Friday, 13 January 2017 16:37
Here are six sports medicine physicians who have recently joined hospitals or practices or gained promotions.
Former NFL player Gary Reasons heads EZMedDirect, an agency providing discount health benefits, now offering an affordable, discount medical plan.
Gulf Breeze, Fla.-based Andrews Institute is offering its sports medicine care to more northwest Florida county high schools, according to Pensacola News Journal.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Sports Medicine Licensure Clarity Act (H.R. 302), Jan. 9, 2017.
The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons published a study assessing outcomes for Achilles tendon tear treatments. Chicago-based Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine researchers conducted the study.
Atlantic, Iowa-based Cass County Health System named Brett Altman its new CEO.
Here are four orthopedic and spine surgeons that treated professional athletes in December 2016.
Harlan Selesnick, MD, repaired the torn labrum of Justise Winslow, a forward with the Miami Heat, the Miami Herald reports.
The Colorado Springs, Colo.-based United States Olympic Committee added three time paralympian and orthopedic surgeon Cheri Blauwet, MD, to its board of directors.
Albuquerque, N.M.-based UNM Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation added Rebecca Dutton, MD, to its faculty.
A study in American Journal of Sports Medicine investigated whether the return-to-sport rate of athletes who underwent anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction differed based on primary or revision procedure.
Thomas Graham, MD, of New York-based Northwell Health, surgically repaired University of Kansas center Udoka Azubuike's torn ligaments in his left wrist, ESPN reports.
Los Angeles Doctors inducted Frederic Nicola, MD, of the Marina Del Rey, Calif.-based DISC Sports & Spine Center, into its Southern California Super Doctors Hall of Fame.
After consulting with James Andrews, MD, Auburn (Ala.) University's quarterback Sean White left during the second quarter of the Sugar Bowl, SEC Country reports.
A study in the American Journal of Orthopedics investigated the frequency and impact of knee injuries among professional baseball players.

17. 10 most popular sports medicine stories of 2016

Written by Eric Oliver | Friday, 30 December 2016 19:09
Breaking news, CMS measures and career advice from notable physicians captivated Becker's Spine Review sports medicine readers in 2016.
The Denver Post profiles knee surgeon Richard Steadman, MD, of Vail, Colo.-based Steadman Clinic, and speaks to his many accolades in medicine and throughout this life.

19. Dr. Brian Cole on a physician's intuition

Written by Eric Oliver | Wednesday, 28 December 2016 19:29
Managing patient care takes surgical skills that extend beyond the operating room. Orthopedic surgeon at Chicago's Midwest Orthopedics at Rush and team physician for the Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox Brian Cole, MD, shared his thoughts on a surgeon's intuition on DocThoughts with Nirmal Gosalia.
Chicago's Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush will be the exclusive care provider for Lockport, Ill.-based Bo Jackson Elite Sports Center.
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