Neal ElAttrache, MD, will repair the torn posterior capsule in the left shoulder of New York Mets' outfielder Michael Conforto, MLB.com reports.
James Andrews, MD, will examine Detroit Tigers' pitcher Michael Fulmer's elbow to determine if the pitcher can continue the season, according to RotoBaller.
A study published in Sports Medicine found after surveying athletes at the 2011 International Association of Athletic Federations World Championships and Pan-Arab Games doping rates were much higher than rates previously suggested.
K. Mathew Warnock, MD, of the Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital is offering sports medicine and orthopedic services to local football teams.
Michael McKee, MD, a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon, joined The CORE Institute in Phoenix.
After consulting with Misty Suri, MD, and Michael Gerhardt, MD, New Orleans Pelicans' forward Solomon Hill underwent surgery to repair a proximal hamstring tear, according to the NBA.
Phoenix Suns guard Davon Reed underwent meniscus surgery performed by Tom Carter, MD, the Lindy's Sports reports.
Los Angeles Dodgers Head Team Physician Neal ElAttrache, MD, will perform Tommy John surgery on Dodgers' relief pitcher Grant Dayton, the Los Angeles Times reports.
New York Mets starting pitcher Steven Matz underwent a procedure to decompress and reposition the ulnar nerve in his left arm at New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery, MLB.com reports.
Phoenix-based Exos will acquire Franklin, Tenn.-based D1 Sports Medicine, an athletic training company which partners with orthopedic surgeons.
After examining Washington Redskins safety DeAngelo Hall, James Andrews, MD, recommending adding Mr. Hall to the physically unable to perform list, according to ESPN.
Neal ElAttrache, MD, will perform Tommy John surgery on Saint Louis Cardinals pitcher Trevor Rosenthal, MLB.com reports.
As week one for the Buffalo Bills approaches, James Andrews, MD, expects left tackle Cordy Glenn will be able to play, according to Bills Wire.
Vail, Colo.,-based Steadman Philippon Research Institute held its third annual Vail Scientific Summit.
Cleveland Clinic launched a new app designed to help coaches determine when an athlete is safe to return after suffering from hits and concussions, according to WKSU.
New York City-based Mount Sinai will serve as the official medical provider for the US Open Tennis Championships. This is the fifth consecutive year the health system has been named the official medical provider.
William C. Meyers, MD, performed season ending surgery to treat Diamondback's Yasamany Tomas' sports hernia, according to the AZ Center.
The Ochsner Health Center in New Orleans is standing by Deryk Jones, MD, and Misty Suri, MD, after the New Orleans Saints fired the physicians for misdiagnosing cornerback Delvin Breaux, according to 4 WWL.
The Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville, Ga., unveiled its Sports Medicine and Concussion Care-A-Van, a mobile sports injury and concussion treatment center, according to the Gwinnett Daily Post.
New Jersey Devils' center Travis Zajac underwent pectoral surgery performed by Jonathan Glashow, MD, according to the NHL.
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