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Student athletes may want to consider a primary care doctor with sports medicine training to tend to sprains, aches and other athletic injuries.
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More than half of the reports, listed in the university's online crime log, indicate incidents that occurred at an address associated with MSU's sports medicine department.
Community Health would also take over the district's health center and sports medicine.
The Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital provides comprehensive sports medicine and orthopedic services including diagnosis and rehabilitation therapy.
If after one week your child isn’t turning the corner, return to the doctor, possibly a neurologist or one skilled in sports medicine.
Investigators also interviewed other medical and sports medicine professionals, and all agreed the procedure was medically sound.
In February, the Retrievers moved into a new building, the $85 million on-campus Event Center that seats 4,700 for basketball and includes an academic center and sports medicine facility.
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Definition of sports medicine for English Language Learners
: a field of medicine that relates to the prevention and treatment of injuries and other health problems that affect people who play sports
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