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Valley Football Insider: Safety a goal for NFL summit

Valley Football Insider: Safety a goal for NFL summit | orthopedics and sports medicine | Scoop.it
A select group of coaches, including former NFL players now coaching high school and youth football, have been chosen by the National Football League Foundation to participate in the NFL
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Athletes with concussions risk lower extremity injuries at return-to-sport

Athletes with concussions risk lower extremity injuries at return-to-sport | orthopedics and sports medicine | Scoop.it
Orthopedics | Athletes who sustain concussions have a more than three and a half times risk for developing lower extremity injuries 90 days after return-to-sport than players without a concussion.

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Mike Margolies's curator insight, May 3, 2013 12:08 PM

While there is an intuitive factor that makes me think of course this would be true, I think this sends a clear message about return to play. Perhaps we must make sure players are physically capable to return. Strong physically. I would think this coud even be traced back to a weaker core group. When an athlete over protects because of injury we see other types of injuries as well.

Tiarni Widdup's curator insight, July 16, 2014 9:54 PM

OCHS provides a safe environment for mentally ill patients and it will allow them to possible get better faster and makes them feel safe when being treated. It also gives them a boundary in their chosen sport which should prevent and further injuries. 

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Study finds Medicaid-insured spine surgery patients at increased risk for complications | Orthopedics

Study finds Medicaid-insured spine surgery patients at increased risk for complications | Orthopedics | orthopedics and sports medicine | Scoop.it
Orthopedics | Medicaid beneficiaries have a higher risk for complications after spine surgery compared with patients who have private insurance, according to recent research published in Spine.
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Study by one of our residents, Dr. Jacques Hacquebord!

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