Our very own, Dr. Matthew Pecci, was featured in How Stuff Works NOW’s article about the four common mistakes parents make when treating a child’s concussion. He shares the importance of easing back into activities following a concussion and explains common misconceptions.
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Dr. Murali Moorthy, expert at Muir Orthopaedic Specialists, was recently featured in the San Jose Mercury News regarding Golden State Warriors’ beloved point guard, Stephen Curry and his knee injury.
Dr. Charles Preston writes in SportStars Magazine that young golfers who don’t train properly set themselves up for injury, as well as difficulty developing the speed and power needed for a good golf swing.
Dr. Charles Preston, a certified medical professional with the Titleist Performance Institute, says that specialized whole body golf training techniques improve your swing and your game while greatly reducing your risk of injury.
Dr. Matthew Pecci, an expert in concussion management, says the collisions, headers and sudden movements in soccer cause as many concussions as in football.
In a column for SportStars Magazine., Dr. Matthew Pecci addresses cognitive rest for concussed high school and college athletes engaged in class and study.
Dr. Pecci explains why more injuries are likely to occur at the Winter Olympics during practice than in competition.
Muir Orthopaedic Specialists is a sponsor of the CalHi Sports program. Dr. Moorthy discusses the program’s importance during the annual Awards Banquet.
Youth pitcher injuries often occur due to overthrowing and poor mechanics, but these injuries can be prevented by better education and restraint.