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Episode 6: Dr. Elizabeth Matzkin of Brigham & Women’s Hospital on All Things Meniscus (Part II)

Dr. Matzkin specializes in sports medicine, knee and shoulder surgery. She is an attending surgeon and Chief of Women’s Sports Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital . Dr. Matzkin earned her MD from Tulane Medical School. She completed her...read more


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Episode 5: Dr. Elizabeth Matzkin of Brigham & Women’s Hospital on All Things Meniscus (Part I)

Dr. Catherine Logan and Dr. Ashley Bassett sit down with Dr. Elizabeth Matzkin, Assistant Professor at Harvard University, to discuss the evaluation, surgical treatment and rehabilitation of meniscus tears. Dr. Matzkin is the Chief of Women’s Sports Medicine at...read more


Sports Medicine

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


Q&A

Q&A Interview with Dr. Jared White

In this Question-and-Answer Interview we get to know Dr. Jared White.Dr. White is one of the founders of Colorado Sports Medicine & Orthopedics and a board-certified, sports medicine fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon with a specialty in knee and shoulder...read more


In The Media

How Tracking Your Period Can Lower Your Injury Risk

Dr. Catherine Logan was featured in Runner’s World’s article, ‘How Tracking Your Period Can Lower Your Injury Risk’. Here is an excerpt from the article, ‘A recent study in Frontiers in Physiology following elite English soccer players found the...read more


Sports Medicine

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