Sports Medicine/Orthopedics Videos
Sheryl Sandberg warns of #MeToo backlash
"The View" co-hosts discuss the Facebook COO's warning that the #MeToo movement will create backlash against working women.
Teen with prosthetic leg defies odds on football field
They were told their son needed this surgery that would change his body and the way he lived his life. But they never expected what would happen over the next fifteen years. 36 management group. Started its a brother of all we have guys. You gotta play for a job. Report corner we're going crazy
Rev Jesse Jackson discloses Parkinson's disease diagnosis
Reverend Jesse Jackson revealing today that he is battling Parkinson's disease in a letter to his supporters. Reverend Jackson said that he has been seeking outpatient care for the last two years. And he's also undergoing physical therapy the 76 year old said his family and friends began noticing a
'Motivated' podcast: How to gain weight and muscle in a healthy way
Nutritionist Heidi Skolnik and personal trainer Faith Perez give tips for healthy weight gain.
Security officer Jesus Campos answers questions about Vegas shooting: Part 2
The security officer emerged 17 days after the shooting to appear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
America strong: Paralyzed runner crosses finish line
Dean Otto from Charlotte, North Carolina, was hit by a car over a year ago and ran his next half-marathon with his surgeon and the man who hit him.
'Motivated' podcast: How to bounce back from an injury
New York Jets cornerback Buster Skrine and orthopedic surgeon T. Sean Lynch give tips on how to recover from an injury both physically and mentally.
Conjoined twin girls undergo risky separation surgery: Part 2
Doctors waited until twins Eva and Erika Sandoval were 2 years old to perform the 17-hour surgery, and afterwards, the girls' faced a long but successful road to recovery.
Paralyzed hiker treks 2,650 miles of Pacific Crest Trail
After struggling through intense physical therapy with her legs, Stacey Kozel successfully completed the hike trail.
From Army vet who lost both legs to Harvard Medical school graduate: Part 6
During his deployment to Afghanistan, Gregory Galeazzi lost both of his legs and part of his right arm when a roadside bomb exploded.