The sports medicine field has undergone major transformations in the last 10 years as research continues to drive clinical decision-making and surgical techniques become increasingly innovative. Oak Brook, Ill.-based Athletico Physical Therapy, an outpatient provider of musculoskeletal care, is an organization that has made a name for itself in the physical therapy field.
Neal ElAttrache, MD, performed arthroscopic shoulder surgery on White Sox starting pitcher Carlos Rodon, according to the Chicago Sun Times.
Companies from around the world continue to eye sports teams as profitable business partners. Through strategic sports marketing campaigns, businesses have the potential to enhance their brands and solidify customer loyalty.
Tampa Bay-based Florida Hospital became a Championship Partner of the Tampa Bay Lightning and renewed its partnership as the team's official health and wellness partner, according to the NHL.
Participation in youth sports can teach children valuable lessons about teamwork, leadership and confidence they can translate into other aspects of their lives as they grow. Former professional football player and radio host, philanthropist and entrepreneur Jarrett Payton has made it his life's mission to support youth athletics and combat bullying among teens.
Kendall, Fla.-based Ross Medical Group launched its primary care sports medicine division.
The Miami Marlins have a plethora of players visiting orthopedic surgeons as the season comes to an end, The Miami Herald reports.
The global sports medicine devices market is on track to surpass $9.3 billion by 2022, based on a Market Research Engine report, according to medGadget.
Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford visited James Andrews, MD, for a second opinion on his left knee, the Vikings Wire reports.
David Dare, MD, joined Raleigh (N.C.) Orthopaedic Clinic.
BoulderCentre for Orthopedics in Colorado welcomed Austin W. Chen, MD.
James Andrews, MD, performed Tommy John surgery on Philadelphia Phillies rookie pitcher Jensen Therrien, The Inquirer reports.
Cleveland Indians left fielder visited Thomas Clanton, MD, after experiencing pain in his right ankle, according to ESPN.
Chicago-based Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush is hosting the Chicago Sports Summit on Oct. 4, 2017.
Researchers from Boston University's Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Center found children who play tackle football before the age of 12 increased their odds of brain damage in the future, the Time reports.
Timothy Kremchek, MD, will perform Tommy John surgery on Cincinnati Reds' relief pitcher Drew Storen, according to Cinicnnati.com.
The Cleveland Cavaliers signed a new multi-year partnership agreement with the Cleveland Clinic, according to the NBA.
A new study from Nemours Children's Health System suggests each sports medicine-related telemedicine visit saves health systems $24 per patients.
Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen had surgery on his right foot on Sept. 18, ESPN reports.
Patriots linebacker Dont'a Hightower will visit James Andrews, MD, for a second opinion, according to NBC Sports.
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