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How Athletes Can Benefit from Seeing a Sports Medicine Physician

How Athletes Can Benefit from Seeing a Sports Medicine Physician

by Shearly (SU)
Until recently, sports medicine was thought of as treatment catered specifically to elite professional athletes. The benefits of sports medicine were not commonly considered an option for amateur athletes, weekend warriors, or the average active individual.

Common Summer Orthopedic Injuries

Common Summer Orthopedic Injuries

by Shearly (SU)
It’s easy to understand why certain orthopedic injuries tend to occur more frequently in summer: warm summer days and balmy evenings bring out the summer sports warriors in droves. After a winter of being relatively inactive, a sudden burst of sports activity revs up your zest for life, but also, all too often, inflamed tendons in the elbow, shoulder, or knees. Untreated injuries can sideline you for many weeks, so seeking prompt medical help is smart.

The Benefits of Arthroscopic Hip Replacement

The Benefits of Arthroscopic Hip Replacement

by Yenny (SU)
According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, hip replacement operations are one of the most successful of medical surgeries, with the highest success rate. Nearly 300,000 hip replacements are performed every year in the United States.

How Regenerative Medicine Can Help Achilles Tendonitis

How Regenerative Medicine Can Help Achilles Tendonitis

by Yenny (SU)
Regenerative medicine is the future of healthcare. The body’s miraculous ability to grow and heal itself is just beginning to be understood. Fortunately, new advances in stem cell and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapies have made it possible for patients with orthopedic injuries to benefit from these revolutionary treatments.

PRP and Hip Labral Tears

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Hip pain from labral tears does not always require surgery. PRP (platelet rich plasma) may provide the pain relief you are looking for.

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