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sports medicine

Tennis elbow: It’s preventable

Tennis elbow and golfer's elbow are common conditions this time of year, but proper conditioning and technique can stave off both.

Do special shoes help arthritic knees?

Study puts 'unloading' footwear to the test and the results come up short.

Patient Story

Sideline saviors

Grand Rapids semi-pro soccer team benefits from rapid-response medical help.

Keeping knees injury-free

With jumps and conditioning exercises, a camp aims to keep high school athletes in the game.

Protect your noggin

Expert shares Top 5 tips for preventing brain-jarring falls.

Doc helps keep NHL players on the ice

When millions of dollars and hard-earned careers are on the line, athletes seek the best care in the business.

Patient Story

Soccer injury won’t sideline this athlete

It’s been called the nastiest injury in sports—but Brad Reed wouldn't let a torn ACL keep him from the game he loves.

From couch potato to athlete, ouch-free

Sports medicine experts advise weekend warriors how to have fun and reduce risk of injury.

Recovery from ultramarathon may take up to 5 days

Elite runners need to give themselves time to bounce back.

Patient Story

Freeze!

For the love of snow, just how risky is it to ski down the slopes and glide on the ice?

Patient Story

‘I thought both my legs were broken’

After overcoming a gruesome injury, Kendra Brocker becomes a top Motocross athlete.

Do you GU? If you’re a runner, maybe you should

A sports gel with the consistency of frosting has become the go-to supplement for marathon runners, athletes and weekend warriors.