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Factors Associated with Knee in Youth Soccer Players

Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world, with its origins tracing back to the second half of the 19th century in the United Kingdom. Widely prevalent in Europe, the sport has also increased in popularity in the United States....read more


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COVID-19 Related Cardiology for Sports Medicine Physicians

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Catherine Logan recently published an article in AOSSM publication. The article provides a guide for physicians working in the sports medicine field to address the needs of athletes returning to sports after recovering for a COVID-19...read more


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Dr. Logan launches The Sports Docs Podcast

Sports medicine is a constantly evolving field, with hundreds of new articles published each month on the topic. This ever-growing wealth of information can make it challenging to stay updated on the newest approaches and techniques, and to know...read more


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Common Tennis Injuries

Tennis is one of the most popular racket sports, played year-round. Tennis players are susceptible to repetitive, overuse injuries, such as “tennis elbow” as well as shoulder injuries. These injuries occur in both novice, noncompetitive tennis players and in...read more


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Dr. Catherine Logan recently published an article in AAOS Now titled, ‘Case Study of Successful Return to Professional Men’s Lacrosse During the COVID-19 Pandemic’

Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Catherine Logan recently published an article in AAOS, this case study describes the experience of the first successful quarantine bubble championship series in professional sports. Here is an excerpt from the article, “COVID-19 is associated with...read more


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Return to Sports After Latarjet Surgery

Shoulder instability (recurrent dislocations) may be caused from a congenital deformity, recurrent overuse activity, and/or trauma. Surgical stabilization can be done arthroscopically or through an open incision, depending on the damage to the soft tissue (labrum/capsule) and bones (glenoid/humeral...read more