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AOSM Joins Youth Sports Safety Alliance

Advanced Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is pleased to announce it is a proud member of the Youth Sports Safety Alliance. The YSSA has one goal: make America's youth sports programs…

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Anterolateral Ligament (ALL) Overview

When you begin learning human anatomy, it is assumed that all parts of the body are known and accounted for. In 2013, Belgian researchers discovered a "new" anterolateral ligament in the…

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A Unique, Biologic Approach to ACL Treatment

The ACL is one of the most commonly damaged components of the knee. The majority of orthopedic surgeons remove the damaged ligament and replace it through reconstruction. However, there is…

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Superior Care & Recovery Offered by Athletic Trainers

Orthopedic treatment is often intimidating. How do you know what office to choose? How long is treatment going to take? What services and features are offered to ensure your complete…

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Why the Increase in Tommy John Surgery?

There isn’t a hotter topic in baseball medicine than Tommy John surgery, and the dramatic increase in number of elbow injuries suffered by pitchers in the major leagues.  In 2013,…

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Sports Fellowship: Training in the South

With an interest in sports medicine, where else to go learn about it but the birth place of modern sports medicine. The South is a tiny bit passionate about their…

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Fellowship in France: An Experience of a Lifetime

Many people have events that change them. For me, it was a fellowship in Lyon, France. Reflecting on the flight over to Lyon, I kept second guessing my decision to…

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Athlete First

As physicians, we are trained to treat the patient and put the patient first. In the world of sports medicine, pressure exists from all sides: the athlete, the team, management…


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