Sports Medicine News

ESPN sports medicine expert Dr. Mark Adickes joins Baylor College of MedicineAug 8, 2016
NFL offensive lineman turned orthopedic surgeon to lead sports medicine division.
The health risks of doping Aug 8, 2016
Dr. Thomas Kosten examines the effects of doping and discusses why doping is an important issue to address.
Let the Olympics inspire your fitness goalsAug 1, 2016
Sports medicine expert Dr. Theodore Shybut has advice on how to get started in a new sport if Olympic fever has you itching to go for the gold.
Some muscle soreness normal after workoutJul 20, 2016
Sports medicine expert Dr. Theodore Shybut offers advice on what’s normal and what’s not when it comes to soreness after exercise.
Pokémon Go: Health Benefits and Safety Tips Jul 18, 2016
Dr. Irvin Sulapas discusses Pokemon Go's health benefits and offers his tips on how to stay safe while playing the game.
Expert offers tips on developing good mechanics for throwing sportsApr 4, 2016
Training the whole body, with a focus on core strength, is important for throwing sports, according to Dr. Theodore Shybut, sports medicine expert and assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at Baylor College of Medicine.
Avoid ski season injuries with these tipsJan 12, 2016
Dr. Theodore Shybut, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery and sports medicine expert, discusses common ski injuries and ways to avoid them.
Stretch the effectiveness of your workout Dec 28, 2015
Sports medicine experts at Baylor College of Medicine say don't confuse stretching with warm-ups before exercise or training.
Female athletes at higher risk of ACL tearsAug 12, 2015
While most back-to-school preparations involve backpacks, pencils and other school supplies, but according to our experts, student athletes should include core strengthening and dynamic warmups, especially for females who play soccer and basketball.
Sports medicine experts applaud new spine injury guidelinesJul 27, 2015
The National Athletic Trainers’ Association recently released new guidelines for treating athletes with potential spinal cord injuries on the field, a decision applauded by a sports medicine expert at Baylor College of Medicine.