ACP Fellow who practices at the Center for Sports Medicine in San Francisco and Walnut Creek, Calif. ... When internists choose sports medicine, it's usually because they're jocks, she said.
This post originally appeared at Everything Health. Toni Brayer, MD, FACP, is an ACP Internist editorial board member who blogs at EverythingHealth, designed to address the rapid changes in science, medicine,
He is a board certified specialist in both Internal Medicine, and Preventive Medicine/Public Health, and Associate Professor (adjunct) in Public Health Practice at the Yale University School of Medicine. ... president of the non-profit Turn the Tide
Results appeared online April 29 in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Playing sports and staying active is something that I've done ever since I was a young child. ... In more scientific terms, this is known as “self-myofascial release”. It's a relatively new trend in the world of sports medicine, increasing in
FACP, a sports medicine physician with the Bass Medical Group in Walnut Creek, Calif., who provides comprehensive concussion management. ... of primary care/sports medicine and women's sports medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
weekly saw a 31% reduction, according to the findings, published November 2019 in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. ... Creek, Calif., physician who is board certified in internal medicine and sports medicine.
Sallis, MD, co-director of the sports medicine fellowship training program at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana, Calif. ... Dr. Sallis chairs the Exercise is Medicine program, developed by the American College of Sports Medicine, which calls
At an Internal Medicine 2011 session on “Evaluation of the Weekend Warrior,” C. ... David Geier Jr., MD, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery and director of sports medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, had a
minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week (American College of Sports Medicine), 60 minutes per day (Institute of Medicine), or 60 to 90 minutes per day (International Association for the Study
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