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  • Stresses on elbow during pitching may alter multiple structures

    In a pre- and post-season ultrasound evaluation of high school pitchers’ elbows, adaptive changes occurred to multiple structures about the elbow from stresses placed on the elbow during one season of pitching, based on results of a recently published study. After a 2-month period of relative arm rest, researchers evaluated 22 high school pitchers through […]

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  • Recurrent shoulder dislocation prevented with combination Bankart repair and Bristow procedure

    Although investigators of this study found a combination of Bankart repair and Bristow procedure prevented recurrent shoulder dislocation in rugby players, some patients complained of insufficiency in quality of their play when performing specific movements. Researchers reviewed 40 shoulders in 38 rugby players who underwent Bankart repair followed by a Bristow procedure with preservation of […]

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  • Too Soon to Tell for Injured Bono, Expert Says

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    U2 frontman Bono fears he might never play guitar again, but the recovery period is typically six months at least, writes Dr. Laith Jazrawi. BY DR. LAITH JAZRAWI SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, January 3, 2015 – The concern of U2 frontman Bono that he might never play guitar again is similar […]

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  • STOP Sports Injuries - In the Game

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    STOP Sports Injuries has a parent/athlete friendly newsletter for our supporters. This free, quarterly publication and the STOP Sports Injuries campaign was initiated by the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) and includes a comprehensive public outreach program focused on the importance of youth sports safety–specifically relating to overuse and trauma injuries. Be sure […]

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  • Runner's World Features NYU's Running Performance Program

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    Runner’s World editor, Katie Neitz sought holistic help from a team of therapists at a running clinic at New York University’s Langone Medical Center in Manhattan where the clinic’s chief goal is to help healthy, injury-free runners stay that way. The sports-medicine physicians and the sports-rehab physical therapists at Langone, who regularly team up to […]

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