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Four Questions to Ask For a Sports Related Injury

If you have a sports injury, it’s a good idea to see a sports medicine specialist. Here are key questions to ask before you decide where to be treated.

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Rush Orthopaedic Program Ranked No. 4 in the U.S.; Top in Illinois

U. S. News & World Report released its 2018-2019 Best Hospitals National Ranking and ranked the orthopedic program at Rush the fourth best orthopedic program in the nation.

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Patient Story

College Player Back in Action after Overuse Injury

Ben Jacobs was afraid his plans for a college baseball career might be derailed after he began to experience elbow pain.

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Preventing Overuse Injuries in Young Athletes

Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph recently moderated a webinar regarding new guidelines for youth preseason practices and school sports.

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Patient Story

Getting Back On The Horse After Injury

During a course run, Marianne fell off her horse and immediately knew that she had broken her leg.

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Are your summer shoes hurting your feet?

Dr. Kamran Hamid sees many women with problems caused or exacerbated by improper shoes.

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Jul 19
Event

Concussion Prevention and Management in Athletics

Dr. Joshua Blomgren will share insight on how to appropriately prevent and manage concussions.

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Dr. Scott Sporer Promoted to Professor

Dr. Scott Sporer was recently been promoted from Associate Professor to Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Rush University Medical Center.

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Four Questions to Ask Before Spine Surgery

If you've been told you need spine surgery, it's smart to get a second opinion.

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Dr. Mark Cohen Discusses Tommy John Surgery

Dr. Mark Cohen joined Dr. Brian Cole and Steve Kashul on Sports Medicine Weekly to discuss the Tommy John surgery epidemic.

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Patient Story

Jamari's Story

Jamari was diagnosed with osteosarcoma of the right femur, or cancer in his right thigh bone.

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Nov 9
Event

2018 Elbow to Hand Symposim

Hand to elbow fractures, a case-based approach to problem solving.

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