Injuries and aging joints are a part of life, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do anything about it. Virginia Mason Orthopedics and Sports Medicine are here to help you get out of pain and back into your active, everyday lifestyle.
Each specialist is trained to do a highly skilled job and knowing who to see when can make all the world of difference when it comes to your treatment plan and care.
Sports Medicine Training Tips: Swimming
Swimmers, coaches and medical professionals continually seek to optimize performance and reduce the risk of injury in training and competition. The following are recommendations from UW Health Sports Medicine professionals aimed at preventing swimming related injuries
When should I see a primary care sports medicine physician?
Whether your child is joining a sports team at school this fall or you consider yourself a weekend warrior, you should know that a primary care sports medicine physician is able to treat all the active members of your family in case of injury
A Little Help Goes a Long Way: How Virginia Mason Volunteers Make a Big Impact
In honor of National Volunteer Week, Virginia Mason celebrates the impact of our 560 volunteers who donate 330,000 hours each year.
Ankle injuries, concussions top Loyola sports medicine update on 'Chicago Huddle'
Loyola sports medicine expert Pietro Tonino, MD, discusses how ankle injuries and concussions are assessed and treated with Patrick Mannelly and Chicago Bear...
Volunteers are Critical to Virginia Mason’s Mission
As a non-profit organization, hundreds of volunteers in an array of departments and capacities – along with the thousands of hours they generously donate – a...
Becker's ASC Review: How ASCs Can Benefit From Adding Sports Medicine
By Anuja Vaidya | Becker’s ASC Review | View Full Article Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Gary Brazina discusses the advantages of adding sports medicine procedures at ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs). In the Becker’s ASC Review article, Dr. Brazina says that the ASC setting usually involves a patient population of young, healthy and athletic individuals, resulting in low risks for complications In addition, most of the sports medicine…
What To Do If You Have an AC Dislocation: Watch Dr. Clayton Lane of AOC Sports Medicine Explain
Thanks to modern medicine, surgery, and the skills of sports medicine specialists at Alabama Orthopaedic Clinic, shoulder separations can be surgically repaired through 4 small “poke holes” rather than the large incisions of the past. Shoulder separations, aka AC (acromioclavicular) dislocations often heal without surgery, but when they don’t it can be career-ending for an athlete. …
How Can I tell if My Joint Pain is Arthritis? Hampton Roads Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
Is joint pain slowing you down? Dr. Badder is holding a presentation to educate our patients about how they can live with and treat arthritis
The top ten items to read regarding pediatric and adolescent sports medicine
Orthopedics Today has highlighted ten important stories to keep your practice up-to-date regarding sports medicine issues in younger patients.
What is a Ruptured Ligament? Hampton Roads Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
Our specialists at HROSM are trained to deal with treating ruptures and sprains. Athletes and weekend warriors trust us with their orthopedic care
First and 10: Dr. Brian Busconi, chief of sports medicine and arthroscopy at UMass Memorial...
Dr. Brian Busconi got his assiduousness from his mom, Inez, and his unbound energy from his dad, Fred. The combination helped Busconi excel as a student
What Do I Need to Know About Tendinitis? Hampton Roads Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
Are you wondering if you have tendonitis? Learn about what symptoms of tendonitis are and what treatments are available to treat the pain of tendonitis.
What is Frozen Shoulder and How do I Fix it? Hampton Roads Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
Frozen shoulder can occur at any time, but usually as people age. HROSM knows how to diagnose and treat frozen shoulder so you can get back to what you love
What is Sports Medicine?
By Jeffrey R. Dugas, MD Simply put, sports medicine is the care of the active population. It’s not specific to those who participate in high-level competitive sports, and it is very definitely not age-exclusive. Try telling a healthy 75 year old that he or she is too old or out of shape to be treated like an active healthy person — and beware of the left hook coming your way. The practice of sports medicine is geared towards anyone interested in maintaining a…
Trends in Sports Medicine
The sports medicine physicians at the Crozer-Keystone Healthplex Sports Club treat a wide range of sports injuries - most commonly sports concussions. David ...