Sports Medicine/Orthopedics News
Injured Indiana athletes describe isolation, poor treatment by staff
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The first doctor Indiana University rower Katlin Beck saw was the medical director for Hoosiers athletics, who told her she had a muscular problem in her back and prescribed physical therapy, less-strenuous workouts and hydrocodone. Beck went for the therapy and modified
Kirby Smart: Reporting injuries could be 'detriment to our team'
Georgia ?football coach Kirby Smart has tightened the program's policy on reporting injuries, restricting the media from doing so until Smart is asked and has addressed the injuries publicly. Under Smart's new policy, which was released Tuesday, reporters are prohibited from "releasing information
Andy Karl will lead Broadway's 'Groundhog Day' opening
Producers of the Broadway show "Groundhog Day" said the musical will open Monday with star Andy Karl leading the cast despite having to miss the previous show after tweaking his knee
White House blames Obama admin for suspected Syria chemical attack
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said on Tuesday that a suspected chemical attack in a Syrian town was a "consequence of the past administration's weakness and irresolution." "Today's attack is reprehensible and cannot be ignored by the civilized world," Spicer told reporters. "These heinous
Is reversing diabetes possible?
Dr. Besser appears live on "GMA" to share new information for some people living with type 2 diabetes.
People Icons 03/05/17: Heroes and Survivors
Highlights of real-life survival and hero stories include a remarkable mom who lost both her legs to save her children; the story of Baby Jessica, Lauren Scruggs and Austin Hatch; kid survivors and pet heroes are profiled.
What to know about Pompe disease and treatments highlighted in Trump's address to Congress
President Donald Trump 's first address to a joint session of Congress happened to fall on Rare Disease Day -- a fact he highlighted by recognizing one of his invited guests, Megan Crowley, a 20-year-old college student with a rare genetic disorder called Pompe disease. After spotlighting Crowley,
Hair-raising video shows stealthy coyote follow doctor into his office in South Carolina
A security camera recently captured the hair-raising moment a coyote stealthily followed a doctor into his office in South Carolina. The doctor -- Steven Poletti, an orthopedic surgeon -- said the harrowing incident happened early in the morning on Feb. 15 while he was walking into work at the
At 68, Mary Burger sits atop the barrel racing ranks -- and she's not done yet
For Mary Burger, age truly is just a number. The 68-year-old from Pauls Valley, Oklahoma , is an age-defying barrel racer who may further etch her name in the record books of professional rodeo with the start of the sport's world championship on Thursday. Burger -- who became rodeo's oldest world
Meet the MiPS: The Mets are gonna be good in 2017 -- just ask them
It's that time of the year, baseball fans. The time of year when statheads and soothsayers start firing up the old projection machine to see which MLB teams are the ones to beat. In case you haven't heard, MiPS is forecasting the New York Mets to do big things in the upcoming 2017 season. Never