Displaying items by tag: department of orthopaedic surgery

The multidisciplinary clinic will offer a full spectrum of sports and exercise medicine services to patients, including non-operative and surgical procedures and nutritional, biologic injections, cardio, exercise in pregnancy, and physical medicine and rehabilitation services.  
Six-year-old Waylon Marshall was able to sign a one-day contract with the Barons, a true milestone just six months after a traumatic hand injury was thought to have crushed his baseball dreams.    
From trampoline safety to ATV injury prevention, UAB experts are sharing their top tips for maintaining awareness and taking preventative measures to ensure summer break safety.
A traumatic hand injury treated by UAB could not hold Waylon Marshall back from his love of baseball and his desire to continue to play.
Attendees can learn about how to better optimize their performance and avoid injuries, new research in running medicine, nutrition, mental health, and more.
Researchers identify a new target to fight infections caused by the opportunistic lung pathogen Streptococcus pneumoniae — interference with the bacteria’s fermentation metabolism.
UAB Sports & Exercise Medicine offers ways to avoid soccer injuries.
Hockey is a fast moving game played on an unyielding surface. That is a recipe for injury.
The new procedure uses a balloon to separate bones in the shoulder, reducing pain and allowing physical therapy a chance to work.
When the U.S. Ski Team went to the World Cup competition in Croatia, a UAB orthopaedic doctor went with them.
New techniques and understanding of hip disorders are leading to new ways to prevent or treat hip deterioration.
Overcoming perceived barriers such as work/life balance in the field is a key part of recruiting more women into orthopaedic surgery.
Record $95 million Heersink lead gift to advance strategic growth and biomedical innovation.
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