Here are five sports medicine physicians who joined new practice or took on new roles.
While examining New Orleans Saints long snapper Jon Dorenbos, John Amoss, MD, diagnosed the long snapper with a heart problem, according to NBC Sports.
The Dallas-based Methodist Mansfield Medical Center opened a free sports injury clinic, Black and Blue Sports Injury Clinic, for patients to receive injury evaluations.
Advanced Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute in Hermiston, Ore., welcomed Patrick Harrison, DO.
Los Angeles Angels pitcher Alex Meyers is expected to miss the 2018 season after undergoing shoulder surgery performed by Neal EIAttrache, MD, according to ESPN.
Thomas Graham, MD, performed surgery on Cleveland Indians center fielder Bradley Zimmer, according to cleveland.com.
Sports medicine specialists Evan Stout, MD, joined Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia, Mo., according to the Sedalia Democrat.
After examining the right elbow of Detroit Tigers pitcher Michael Fulmer last week, James Andrews, MD, performed season ending surgery, the MLB reports.
Illinois Bone & Joint Institute established The Sports Neurology Clinic at IBJI.
In the sports medicine field, patients are forgoing their primary care provider and opting instead for specialized care from orthopedic or sports medicine specialists.
William Raasch, MD, evaluated Milwaukee Brewers' pitcher Jimmy Nelson after he sustained an injury diving into first base Sept. 8, MLB.com reports.
After undergoing an MRI on his right elbow, Diamondbacks' pitcher Randall Delgado will see James Andrews, MD, for a second opinion, according to Arizona Sports.
Giants' pitcher Mark Melancon's season will come to an end after Steven Shin, MD, performs pronator release surgery on the injured athlete, according to the MLB.
In a recent Sermo survey, 63 percent of physicians around the world said they would not allow their children to play contact sports.
Los Angeles-based UCLA researchers analyzed how athletes respond to concussions based on gender, according to ConsumerAffairs.
Crystal Run Healthcare in Monroe, N.Y., welcomed fellowship trained physician Justin Conway, MD, according to the Record Online.
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The Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine in Pensacola, Fla., welcomed Amanda Wright, DO, an orthopedic trauma and fracture care specialist.
The sports medicine arena is growing to accommodate the young athletics market, which Time reports is swelling into a $15 billion industry. This industry growth leads to magnified problems, forcing orthopedic surgeons to adapt to the many forces at play.
Neal ElAttrache, MD, will repair the torn posterior capsule in the left shoulder of New York Mets' outfielder Michael Conforto, MLB.com reports.
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