Sports Medicine | Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital - Part 3

Biologics and Sports Medicine: The Wave of the Future?

On July 14, nearly 180 sports medicine professionals gathered at the Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Franklin for the 2017 Sports Medicine Symposium to learn more about emerging…

Common Golf Hip Injuries

Golf is often thought of as a gentle, calm, non-contact sport that is easy on the body. In comparison to football or hockey, that may be true. However,…

Growing Pains in Teenage Males

By: Andy Feld, MPT, CSCS, CMTPT As we all know, boys between ages 9 to 15 grow like weeds. We notice that they need more sleep and want to…

Do I Need Surgery for My Meniscus Tear?

Meniscus tears are among the most common knee injuries. They can be caused by a single traumatic event or as a result of chronic degeneration. These injuries are…

How to Tell If You Have a Concussion

Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital’s athletic training staff provides support to many high school teams and at sporting events throughout Southeast Wisconsin. Part of their job is to educate…

The Midwest Orthopedic Sports Medicine Show is Back on 105.7 FM The Fan

The Midwest Orthopedic Sports Medicine Radio Show has ended for the season. Thank you to all who tuned in over the past several months! The Midwest Orthopedic Sports…

Don’t Fall Short on Diagnosing a Concussion

Many times the word “concussion” gets tossed around when someone has fallen or been hit in the head at a sporting event. But how many of us actually…

Hit the Ground Running with Good Nutrition

Nutrition Tips for Runners Many recreational runners struggle with diet. Energy needs vary with any sport, but can vary more greatly if you are a runner. Fuel Up…

Returning to Sports After a Concussion

After someone has suffered a concussion, how do you know when he or she is ready to get back into the game? The Concussion Care Network utilizes the…