The Dr. Jack Allen Kapland Memorial Lectureship in Sports Medicine
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participant should be able to:
A run, a bad knee ache and a difficult-to-diagnose problem
Dorothy Beckett has been a runner for decades and knows her body well, so the 61-year-old biochemistry professor was puzzled when her knee hobbled for no apparent reason after a routine run.
NBA Finals injuries are a game-changing warning for an aging America
I'm a basketball fan, although I didn't closely follow this year's NBA finals because my New York Knicks were about as far from being on the court as you can get and still be in the same league.
At the Langone Orthopedic Center on Tuesday July 23rd, exercise physiologist Heather Milton and physical therapist Bethany Ridenhour will discuss how to establish and progress an effective training program to optimize your performance and prevent injury.
Sports Medicine Symposium: The Modern Athlete
On June 10-12th at Lake George NYU Langone Health hosted Sports Medicine Symposium: The Modern Athlete, a three-day symposium on current practices and innovations in diagnostic and therapeutic interventions used for recreational and elite athletes. The course reviewed the current literature and highlight the latest management principles for the endurance athlete, the overhead athlete, and the young athlete.