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The Tommy John Epidemic: What Our Young Pitchers Need to Know Now!
What is ailing our great baseball pitchers and what do our youth pitchers need to know to prevent "Tommy John" injuries?
5 Questions With: Corinne VanBeek, MD
5 Questions With Corinne VanBeek, MD
"No Pain, No Gain" Beneficial or Detrimental?
Without a doubt, the culture of physical fitness is built on sacrifice and self-discipline, but we must also be cautious.
“New Year’s” Nutrition for Athletes
For competitive athletes, and fitness exercisers alike, a small investment in nutrition awareness in the New Year may pay huge dividends in reaching refreshed goals.
5 Questions With: Christina Kunec
A clinical neuropsychologist is a professional in the field of psychology with special expertise in the applied science of brain-behavior relationships.
Concussion: What Signs & Symptoms To Look Out For
In general, symptoms of concussion cluster into four groups – physical, sleep-related, cognitive, and emotional. Know what to look for.
Concussion & Youth Sports
When it comes to youth sports, the highest occurrences have been in girls' soccer and football. Here's why.
The Commitment of a Collegiate Athlete
Growing up, thousands of kids dream of playing college sports; however, few are aware of the commitment and lifestyle required of a collegiate athlete.
Overhead Throwing Injuries: Stop Them Before They Start
Overhead throwing injuries are typically due to overuse and can affect different structures in the shoulder.
Shoulder Pain in the Athlete
Many athletes, including weightlifters, swimmers and lacrosse or baseball players, are prone to shoulder injuries.