Speaking Out In Sport Then & Now

  Steve Prefontaine embodied the agent of change for the athlete in sport. His cause was fair pay for athletes and was a leader in helping establish an amateur athletics union. It is never easy to speak out against the powers that be. Although political causes have grabbed the public eye fairness and treatment amongst […]

Regenerative Medicine for Sports Injuries

Video describes the use of amnion growth factor injections for tendon injuries. The patient had a peroneal tendon injury after a fracture repair in his ankle.The tendon was visualized with diagnostic ultrasound and the iarea of injury was injected with the healing amnion tissue growth factors.

The Fork in the Road

Fork in the Road

Sometimes decisions for surgical repair of injuries delay short-term trajectory for athletics but hopefully best for the long-term health of the individual. I’ve always been a big believer in taking a conservative approach with injury first. In addition to physical therapy after my knee scope surgery for a torn ACL and meniscus injury. I have […]

Are Your Feet Feeling Rusty?

In the feet and ankles, arthritis is a growing problem as the baby boomers get older. Almost 50% of all people, ages 50-60, have some form of arthritis, but don’t exhibit symptoms. Arthritis is a general term that covers a wide range of injuries involving inflammation of the joints. Three types are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and […]