Mark Schickendantz, MD, Head Team Physician for the 2016 American League Champion Cleveland Indians, explains how caring for ballplayers’ shoulder injuries is different than when he started 25 years ago.
Mark Schickendantz, MD, Head Team Physicians for the MLB Cleveland Indians, discusses changes in care, what’s different about elite athletes, and the “quiet” room.
In this video series, Richard Parker, MD, Head Team Physician for 2016 NBA Champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers, discusses the care of elite athletes at the professional level. Hear how advances in Sports Medicine have changed the pro game in this clip.
This novel head impact dosimeter meets NFL validity specs in lab testing by ensuring that impact sensors and the head move as one. Here’s why it holds potential for widespread use in concussion monitoring.
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Here’s the lowdown on how and why Cleveland Clinic orthopaedists have refined the system for classifying elbow osteochondritis dissecans in young throwing athletes. It’s all about lesion location.
A leader of the Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network explains how the effort is much more than a registry, how it’s shaped ACL reconstruction so far and what 10-year follow-up data may reveal.
The low risk of sudden cardiac death in young athletes doesn’t merit screening beyond the history and physical exam for most youths. Better training and team-based care at schools promise more benefit than universal ECGs.
Ultrasound neurography offers potential advantages relative to MR neurography, including high spatial-resolution imaging focused over the area of interest and the ability to follow the nerve course throughout its length.
Children and adolescents with long QT syndrome may be able to tolerate more competitive and recreational sports than previously recommended, a new study suggests.
Although articular cartilage lesions remain a challenge, there is a trend toward combining biological solutions with surgical techniques for repair and regeneration, including an approach being studied at Cleveland Clinic.