Youth sports: How times have changed!

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For most of my life, I played soccer usually from August to November. Most kids played for the neighborhood recreational leagues, and a very... Read more

Should we pay college athletes?

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Intercollegiate athletics are well integrated into the college and university experience. Student-athletes are provided an opportunity to perform... Read more

In support of LGBT athletes

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Later this week, the world’s greatest Winter athletes will converge on Sochi, Russia for the 2014 Winter Olympics. For the next few weeks... Read more

Tommy John surgery: Separating fact and fiction

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For those of us that follow baseball, it seems like every time we turn around another pitcher is going down with a major injury. The most recent... Read more

Three factors that determine successful ACL injury rehab

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As I’ve recently realized from personal experience, tearing your ACL can be quite painful. Obviously, there is the knee pain, swelling... Read more

Preventing ACL injuries in women

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With the 40th anniversary of Title IX upon us, our nation has seen huge advancements in striving for equality for women in the realm of sports... Read more

Spring sports prep: track & field

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Editor’s Note: It’s hard to believe, but we’re less than a month from the start of the spring sports season. This week, our... Read more

Sports Specialization and Overuse Injuries

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As a pediatric sports medicine surgeon, I treat a lot of young athletes with hopes and dreams of eventually making it to the pros. Whether... Read more