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Two of a Kind: Doctors Ryan and Rothermich Realize Dream of Working in the Same Practice at Andrews Sports Medicine

Over The Mountain Journal

From the moment Jenny Senske met her future husband, Dr. Mike Ryan, in 2010 in New York City, she heard about his best friend and college roommate, Dr. Marc Rothermich.

Mike Ryan told her about their goal to work in the same medical practice. Senske was more than skeptical.

“I thought it was a pipe dream,” said Jenny Ryan, who married Mike Ryan on New Year’s Eve 2015.

THE KANSAS CITY STAR - Chiefs' Reid Say Eric Fisher's Sports Hernia Surgery 'Went Well'

The Kansas City Star

Written by Herbie Teope

Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher’s visit to Philadelphia last week for a core muscle injury has a little more detail.

Coach Andy Reid revealed Monday that Fisher underwent surgery for a sports hernia and that the procedure “went well.”

As for when Fisher will be back in action...

THE ATHLETIC - An Alternative to Tommy John Surgery?

The Athletic

Written by Alec Lewis

In August 2018, right-handed pitcher Jesse Hahn hopped in his car and drove across Missouri, from Kansas City to the St. Louis area. It was morning when the journey began; the sun was shining, and the interstate was relatively empty. On his mind was the next morning’s appointment with well-known orthopedic surgeon Dr. George Paletta, whose diagnosis had the potential to change Hahn’s baseball life.

The Kansas City Royals had scheduled the appointment for Hahn after months...

SPORTING KID LIVE: Beating Burnout

Sporting Kid Live

Written by Ker'Shyra Myrick

Tennis is a sport loved by millions of kids of all ages and abilities and seeing the emergence of the sport’s newest phenom – 15-year-old Cori “Coco” Gauff – inspires many youngsters (and their parents) to dream big, practice harder and train more often.

But too much too soon can sabotage a child’s love for the sport and drive them away from the court.