Displaying items by tag: department of orthopaedic surgery

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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Clinical experience during COVID-19 showed that a combination of sports medicine and pediatric cardiology would be helpful for young athletes.
The UAB Sports Medicine Clinic partners with professional, amateur and school athletic programs to provide medical care to players.
With misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines rife, turn to trusted medical professionals at UAB’s Department of Medicine for the straight dope.
The orthopaedic urgent care clinic should help reduce crowding in the emergency department and speed up visits to the hospital.
The UAB Sports Medicine Clinic partners with professional, amateur and school athletic programs to provide medical care to players.
UAB’s same-day joint replacement surgery program is helping patients get back to doing what they love.
The field of orthopaedics is dominated by men, but one female UAB fellow in orthopaedics is a trendsetter.
A UAB study of injury rates sustained by professional Ultimate players lays the groundwork for better understanding of injury risk as well as prevention strategies for the sport.
Running a marathon can be rewarding. Training for a marathon can be hard work. Here is how to do it right.

A new study shows the quality of sleep medical and surgical residents receive is poor and causes persistent fatigue throughout residency.   

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