Sports Medicine 2019 — Harvard Medical School CME course presents a multidisciplinary, team-based approach to optimize care of the athlete

By Adam Tenforde, MD @AdamTenfordeMD I invite you to Sports Medicine 2019 to learn a state-of-the-art, comprehensive approach to evaluate and treat sports injuries. This BJSM Approved quality international education is provided by Harvard Medical School and creates an opportunity to learn directly from world-renowned physiatrists, orthopedists, radiologists, and physical therapists on the cutting edge of sports […]

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Research in Stretching- A Letter to the Editor

Editor, I recently read the article Jamtvedt et al on whether pre and post stretching prevents injury (1) with interest. I commend the authors for their well-conducted study and would like to comment on two particular issues. First, the authors correctly point out that there was no difference in the primary outcome of all injuries, […]

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E-letter: Abduction/Valgus Kinematics of Lower Leg Relative to Femur

This e-letter is in response to Non-contact ACL injuries in female athletes: an International Olympic Committee current concepts statement. Abstract | Full Article This outstanding body of research is a watershed in the fight against ACL-injuries.  This group should be richly commended for this excellent work. The work points to (a priori) how, in the case of alpine skiing, excessive […]

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