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Robert B. Kiningham receives Founders' Award at 2015 AMSSM Annual Meeting

Robert B. Kiningham receives Founders' Award at 2015 AMSSM Annual Meeting

Robert B. Kiningham, MD, was awarded the Founders' Award at the 24th American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting in Hollywood, Fla. The award is bestowed when AMSSM leadership determines that a member exemplifies the best that a sports medicine physician can be and do. [More]
OSU study finds that injury prevention programs are not being used in high schools

OSU study finds that injury prevention programs are not being used in high schools

Injury prevention programs can help reduce ankle, knee and other lower extremity injuries in sports, but the programs are not being widely used in high schools, a new study from Oregon State University has found. [More]
Moirai Orthopaedics receives FDA approval for IDE application to initiate clinical study of PIR System

Moirai Orthopaedics receives FDA approval for IDE application to initiate clinical study of PIR System

Moirai Orthopaedics, L.L.C., an orthopaedic implant development company based in Metairie, Louisiana, is pleased to announce it has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for its Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) application to initiate clinical study of the company's Pyrocarbon Implant Replacement (PIR) System. [More]

AMSSM announces launch of new patient-focused website

The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine is pleased to announce the launch of its new patient-focused website, SportsMedToday.com. The site provides an easy-to-navigate, patient-centered resource center for parents, medical professionals and youth organizations interested in prevention and treatment of sports-related injuries. [More]
Impact Beverage launches breakthrough athletic supplement in Southern California

Impact Beverage launches breakthrough athletic supplement in Southern California

Impact Beverage LLC today announced the introduction of its breakthrough athletic supplement HeadOn to Southern California. The ready-to-drink formula, which launched in Colorado earlier this year, changes the way athletes and active individuals approach strenuous activity. [More]
GEBN makes meaningful contributions to improve public health

GEBN makes meaningful contributions to improve public health

As the scientific community gathers at Experimental Biology 2015, the Global Energy Balance Network is poised to make meaningful contributions to the broader community's efforts to improve public health. GEBN is a network of scientists from North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania who have banded together to further the understanding of the regulation of energy utilization by the body (energy balance) and apply this understanding to develop novel approaches to health and wellness. [More]
New study shows physical activity largely absent from majority of U.S. institutions

New study shows physical activity largely absent from majority of U.S. institutions

Exercise may play a critical role in maintaining good health, but fewer than half of the physicians trained in the United States in 2013 received formal education or training on the subject, according to new research from Oregon State University. [More]
ATI Physical Therapy acquires Flexeon Rehabilitation

ATI Physical Therapy acquires Flexeon Rehabilitation

ATI Physical Therapy today announces the acquisition of Flexeon Rehabilitation, a 16 clinic practice with locations in Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana. ATI is the nation's largest physical therapy practice under one brand, and recently expanded into the state of Nevada with the addition of 12 clinics in the Las Vegas area. [More]
Good Samaritan Hospital's Stroke Program certified as primary stroke center

Good Samaritan Hospital's Stroke Program certified as primary stroke center

Good Samaritan Hospital's Stroke Program has attained The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval® and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Heart-Check mark as a certified primary stroke center. The recognition means the Stroke Program has met The Joint Commission's standards for providing stroke care. [More]
Avoiding surgery may be better option for treating Type V AC joint injuries

Avoiding surgery may be better option for treating Type V AC joint injuries

Early surgery may not be the best treatment option for patients with Type V AC joint injuries, according to new research from Tripler Army Medical Center. The study, presented today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's (AOSSM) Specialty Day, showed military personnel returned to duty faster when surgery was not performed. [More]
Pain relief from IA injection may not predict better outcomes following arthroscopic hip surgery

Pain relief from IA injection may not predict better outcomes following arthroscopic hip surgery

How best to treat and recover from complicated hip injuries is a growing field in orthopaedic medicine. While diagnostic hip injections are commonly performed for patients with labral tear to confirm the pain etiology, research presented today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Specialty Day suggests that pain relief from this diagnostic injection may not predict better outcomes following arthroscopic hip surgery. [More]

Research: Pitching speed, player's height may correlate with history of shoulder and elbow injuries

Pitching speed, player's height, and pitching for multiple teams may correlate with a history of shoulder and elbow injuries, according to new research released today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's (AOSSM) Specialty Day. [More]

Research: Young athletes who undergo ACL reconstruction experience re-injury

One in three young athletes who undergo ACL surgery experiences re-injury, according to research presented today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Specialty Day. The study examined the long term success of surgery for patients aged 18 years and younger. [More]
Study: 53% of parents/caregivers of youth baseball pitchers unaware of safe pitching practices

Study: 53% of parents/caregivers of youth baseball pitchers unaware of safe pitching practices

A new study presented today at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) found that 53 percent of the parents/caregivers of youth baseball pitchers are unaware of safe pitching practices designed to prevent overuse injuries—common tears or damage, most often to the elbow (ulnar collateral ligament) or shoulder—which can cause pain, lost play time and, if not treated appropriately, arthritis, deformity and disability. [More]

DePuy Synthes Companies offers new software solutions to optimize care for orthopaedic patients

DePuy Synthes Companies is offering health care professionals a new way to track and analyze patient data in real-time and a new program to improve patients' experience with joint replacement surgery. [More]
DePuy Synthes launches TFNA System to improve outcomes in patients undergoing hip fracture surgery

DePuy Synthes launches TFNA System to improve outcomes in patients undergoing hip fracture surgery

DePuy Synthes Companies of Johnson & Johnson has launched the TFN-ADVANCED Proximal Femoral Nailing System (TFNA), a nail, blade and screw system designed to improve patient outcomes by more closely matching the anatomy of patients undergoing hip fracture surgery. [More]

Maintaining heel-toe pattern while running barefoot may lead to frequent injuries in older athletes

In recent years there has been an explosion in barefoot running, as well as the purchase and use of "minimalist" running shoes that more closely resemble barefoot running by encouraging the balls of the feet, between the arch and toes, to hit the pavement first. [More]
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital wins Texas Award for Performance Excellence

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital wins Texas Award for Performance Excellence

The Quality Texas Foundation has awarded Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital the Texas Award for Performance Excellence. Memorial Hermann Sugar Land is one of just three organizations in the state to be given this prestigious award recognizing strong dedication to quality and high performance. [More]
UF Health Cancer Center - Orlando Health recognized as one of America's Best Breast Centers

UF Health Cancer Center - Orlando Health recognized as one of America's Best Breast Centers

UF Health Cancer Center - Orlando Health earns the 2015 Women's Choice Award as one of America's Best Breast Centers, acknowledging its dedication to providing exceptional patient care and treatment. [More]
Female athletes at increased risk of ACL injuries

Female athletes at increased risk of ACL injuries

Female athletes endure two to eight times more anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, injuries than their male counterparts. Genes are likely a major factor, according to Dr. William Landis, G. Stafford Whitby Chair in Polymer Science at The University of Akron, and Dr. Kerwyn Jones, Chair of Pediatric Orthopedics for Akron Children's Hospital. [More]
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