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When did sports become all about winning and not about having fun? By Rick Riley
What you're about to read is an email a very intense football coach recently sent to his players. Can you guess the level he coaches?
Israeli pitcher brings his love of baseball to the Menlo Park Legends
Alon Leichman is enjoying a breakout season after Tommy John Surgery. Alon is a pitcher who returned to Jr College baseball less than one year after his tommy john procedure and keeps getting stronger.
David Hill gets drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies
Given the way the 2012 season has gone for the Philadelphia Phillies, it was only fitting that this year's amateur draft be an event filled with surprises for the club.
Brian Rauh drafted by the Washington Nationals
Chapman University RHP Brian Rauh has been selected by the Washington Nationals in the 11th round of Major League Baseball's 2012 First-Year Player Draft on Tuesday afternoon, the second day of the draft. The three-time All-America junior was the 354th pick overall and becomes the 11th Panther since 1999 to be drafted by an MLB organization.
Efficacy of autologous PRP for orthopaedic indications: A meta-analysis
Frozen Shoulder is a term applied to a number of pathologies that result in a stiff, painful shoulder. Frozen shoulder can result from surgical or traumatic injury, but adhesive capsulitis is an idiopathic, chronic inflammation of the capsule of the shoulder joint that leads to pain and a gradual loss of motion. The average woman has up to a 20% chance of experiencing adhesive capsulitis.
Tuerk Commits to USC
Santa Margarita (Calif.) offensive tackle Max Tuerk makes decision to commit to USC...
Jennie Krauser Leads NC State in Scoring
As a Freshmen (2010): Started 11 games and saw time in 17 contests during her first season with the Wolfpack ...
Lauren Gross named to Pac 10s All Academic Team in Volleyball
One of three upperclassman returnees at outside hitter for Ducks in 2011, and the squad's lone left-handed threat. As a sophomore saw 2 1/2 more action compared to her freshman campaign (30 sets / 12 sets) and nearly triped her kill total as a result. One of four Duck upperclass returnees that have all received All-Pac-10 All-Academic recognition.
Dr. Michael Shepard interview at Hoag
Dr. Michael Shepard is a board certified Orthopaedic Surgeon who is subspecialty trained in sports medicine with special emphasis on the care of the overhead athlete. Dr. Shepard’s clinical expertise includes elbow and shoulder injuries of the overhead athlete, elbow arthroscopy, and complex knee reconstruction. University of California Irvine Medical Center contracts out to Dr Shepard to treat all of their multi-ligament knee injuries.
Sports Medicine Update
Sports supplements and energy drinks are a multibillion dollar industry. Despite their common use and sale, the supplement industry is largely unregulated. A recent study from the Journal of Pediatrics showed that in some areas of America over 50% of High School Athletes have tried sports energy drinks.
STOP Overuse Injuries
There is a growing epidemic involving our children today – overuse injuries. 30 million children participate in youth sports nationwide. Across the country, this results in 7 million sports injuries per year and 500,000 doctor visits. In California alone, 750,000 teens participate in CIF supervised sports. Wide participation, year round sports, and early specialization have led to an epidemic of overuse injuries. Often the child at greatest risk is the overhead sports athlete in baseball, softball, swimming, and volleyball. This is particularly true in sunny states like California where these sports are performed year round.
Pediatric Ligament Injuries KDOC
Video Lectures from Dr Shepard
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Labral Lesions of the Shoulder