Livestrong's Rozalynn S. Frazier recently interviewed Dr. Rachel Henderson to get in insight about what happens to your body with intense HIIT Workout sessions. The article published online January 1, 2021.
Each year, the Southern Orthopedic Association announces the annual SEC Team Physician and Orthopaedic Team of the Year. The honors are awarded to a physician and orthopaedic team who are recognized for their dedication, commitment and service to their school's student-athletes and athletics department and is voted on by representatives from all 14 SEC school.
Thanks to YahooSports.com's Eric Edholm for sharing Dr. Lyle Cain's insight on the rash of injuries in the NFL. The YahooSports.com's article published online October 30, 2020.
Written by Eric Edholm
Week 2 in the NFL was a bloodbath from an injury-standpoint.
One year ago today he wondered if he'd ever play football again. One year ago today, Tua Tagovailoa was laying on the...
Dr. Michael K. Ryan was a guest on WJOX 94.5 FM’s 3 Man Front Show on Thursday, October 28, 2020.
Dr. Ryan joined the show to discuss shoulder instability treatment options for both athletes and non-athletes.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Ryan, call (205) 939-3699.
Dr. Marc Rothermich was a guest on WJOX 94.5 FM’s 3 Man Front Show on Thursday, October 23, 2020.
Our practice has seen a spike in rotator cuff injuries during the pandemic. Dr. Rothermich joined the show to discuss the injury, treatment options and new technology that is helping patients reach Victory Over Injury.
WVTM 13's Ryan Hennessey recently spoke with Dr. Lyle Cain about Tua Tagovailoa's positive attitude and motivation during his pursuit of #VictoryOverInjury. We're happy to see Tua live out his dream of playing for the Miami Dolphins.
Dr. Norman Waldrop was a guest on WJOX 94.5 FM’s 3 Man Front Show on Tuesday, October 13, 2020.
Dr. Waldrop discussed Dak Prescott’s ankle injury, his recovery and when we can expect to see the Cowboys star QB back on the field.- with Cole Cubelic, Landrum Roberts and Aaron Suttles.
By Tracy Ringolsby SI.com SEPTEMBER 30, 2020
After battling an ailing right shoulder since January, Rockies outfielder David Dahl underwent surgery on Tuesday to cleanup the joint. Dahl is expected to be ready for 2021 Spring Training.
Dr. Jeffrey Dugas said he cleaned up fraying in the labrum and a "little bit" in the rotator cuff. He also removed a bursa sac and a small bone spur.
Dahl indicated the shoulder...