Sports Medicine News

Don’t let binge-worthy shows become a pain in the neckFeb 4, 2020
If binge-watching nominated movies and television shows is a part of your plans during awards season, keep in mind that sitting or lying down for long periods can impact your posture and lead to chronic pain.
Small steps can lead to big leap in health this new yearDec 30, 2019
According to Baylor College of Medicine doctors, the secret to achieving and maintaining good health is to incorporate small behavioral changes that you can live with into your lifestyle.
Tips to work off holiday eatingDec 11, 2019
Make sure you don’t land on Santa’s naughty list for overindulging in all of your favorite holiday foods. A Baylor College of Medicine family physician says staying active is the best way to counteract holiday calories.
Determining meals before and after exercise Nov 6, 2019
Roberta Anding, registered dietitian, sports dietitian and assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at Baylor College of Medicine, explains approaches to take with food and exercise.
How to keep kids cool while heading back to schoolAug 26, 2019
Whether students have outdoor sports practice or recess, Dr. Irvin Sulapas offers tips on how students can stay hydrated and cool in the late summer heat.
How to correct common fitness mistakesAug 7, 2019
Regular exercise or sports participation is a great way to sustain a healthy lifestyle, but mistakes in your training could lead to injury. Dr. Theodore Shybut discusses common mistakes that can result in injury.
Don’t let ACL injuries sideline soccer goalsJun 13, 2019
The Women’s World Cup is in the limelight and it’s an important reminder of the prevention of and recovery from ACL tears. A sports medicine expert discusses this injury and why female soccer players are at risk.
Researchers uncover aspirin’s effects on platelet rich plasmaMar 19, 2019
A collaborative study led by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine explores the effects of aspirin on a new biologic therapy, platelet rich plasma (PRP).
Step into the new year with the right shoesJan 8, 2019
If the shoe fits, you’re on the right track to achieving your resolution for a healthier 2019, according to Dr. Ronald Lepow, a podiatrist at Baylor College of Medicine.
Study finds arthroscopy simulator benefits traineesDec 12, 2018
A new study found that orthopedic surgery residents made significant improvements on their knee and shoulder surgical skills using a virtual arthroscopic simulator.