Media Coverage

Lower the Pitcher's Mound? Not So Fast


Thanks to reporter, Ray Glier, for writing this article about the great research and work being done by our research & education partner, the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI). The story published online Tuesday, February 12.

Written by Ray Glier

When you pay to see a baseball game, you’re paying for action. Or at least you were. Baseball fans love the crack of the bat, the acrobatic catches, the bang-bang plays at first base and slide-and-tag plays at second.

USA TODAY - Inside the procedure that helped Alabama quarterbacks quickly recover from high ankle sprains


Written by Ashley Collins

Thanks you to USA TODAY for sharing the history of Arthrex’s ‘TightRope’ surgical innovation. The article published online Sunday, January 6, 2019.

NAPLES, Florida — It's safe to say Crimson Tide fans let out a collective sigh of relief when quarterback Tua Tagovailoa returned to the football field to help Alabama beat the University of Oklahoma in the Capital One Orange Bowl on Dec. 29. - The Surgical Innovation That Got Tua Tagovailoa Back on the Field for Alabama's Title Push

Sports Illustrated

Written by Ross Dellenger

Thanks to Sports Illustrated for sharing the history of Arthrex’s ‘TightRope’ surgical innovation - from the early adoption by Dr. Thomas Clanton, his training & mentoring of Dr. Norman Waldrop, to our practice’s mission of aggressively pursuing victory over injury. The article published online Sunday, January 6.

Up 'Tua' the task: Naples company helps quarterback back onto the field in time for playoff


Thanks you to NBC 2  for sharing the history of Arthrex’s ‘TightRope’ surgical innovation. The article published online Friday, December 28, 2018.

NAPLES, Florida — The work of a Naples company is about to be on display on one of the country's biggest stages.

On Saturday the Alabama Crimson Tide, quarterbacked by Tua Tagovailoa, will face the Oklahoma Sooners in the first round of the College Football Playoff in Miami.