The NFL season kicked off this past weekend. College football season is just hitting its stride, and September may be Major League Baseball’s most important month. In other words, there’s not much free time right now for James Andrews, M.D., who works with teams in all three of these sports.
Tomorrow, the Rothman Institute will host "The Impact of Sports" conference at Lincoln Financial Field. Prominent Philadelphia sports personalities and keynote speaker Steve Forbes will address attendees.
Phillies team physician and Sports Doc panelist Michael Ciccotti, M.D. takes you through a day in his life at spring training.
Take a look inside a day in the life of Phillies team physician Michael Ciccotti, M.D., during spring training in Clearwater, Fla.
Phillies team physician Michael Ciccotti, M.D. takes a hard look at the truth and myths surrounding this procedure just in time for Opening Day.
Perhaps one of the most devastating elbow injuries involves the ulnar collateral ligament (UCL), the portion of the elbow that is repaired in ‘Tommy John Surgery.’
Though snow covers the ground and temperatures dip below freezing, make no mistake, spring and baseball are just around the corner! It behooves any committed ballplayer, young and old alike, to begin the appropriate preseason conditioning.
Sports seem to saturate our lives. In fact, it’s hard to go through a day without reading, hearing or seeing something about sports. Studies show that there are over 45 million young athletes in the United States participating in a broad range of sports activities.
Yet with this increased participation...