Recent Examples of sports medicine from the Web
In the fall, Kevin will be going to Wilson College in Pennsylvania to study sports medicine.
But bigger than that is the future of stem cells in sports medicine.
Van Horn, 63, worked for USA Gymnastics from for almost 30 years through last January, most recently as director of sports medicine services.
Haller, who is married with two children, is a family and sports medicine doctor who most recently worked at Kaiser Permanente.
Before that, Eugene worked as the athletic trainer for Marquette’s men’s basketball team and completed his six-year tenure at the school as its director of sports medicine.
One block away in the Golden 1 Center, Kaiser also has a sports medicine center that treats athletes of all ages.
Oblique strains are most prevalent in baseball and golf, and maybe tennis, said Leigh, who has spent more than 40 years in the field of sports medicine.
The Chiefs also this week announced the promotion of head athletic trainer Rick Burkholder to vice president of sports medicine and performance.
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SPORTS MEDICINE Defined for English Language Learners
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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