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  • Sport-specific approach facilitates successful return to play after concussion

    "What we have found throughout the years is that – even with diagnosis as well as treatment – we had to make it sport-specific. These athletes developed early brain mapping so that they could spin, twist and turn in a different way than a football player or a soccer player."

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  • How long should a concussed athlete be sidelined?

    What factors predict recovery time for an athlete who has suffered a concussion? A new study has some answers. As the Stanford University authors wrote, “Prognosticating recovery times for individual athletes with a concussion remains a challenge for health care providers. Several preinjury and postinjury factors have been proposed to be predictive of prolonged return-to-play times, but the data in this area are still sparse.”

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  • Sport improves concentration and quality of life

    Physically fit primary school pupils feel better and can concentrate better. They are more likely to make it to higher-level secondary grammar schools than children with less sporting abilities. This has been confirmed for the first time in a study by the Department of Sport and Health Sciences at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

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  • How to Regain Strength and Stamina After COVID-19

    Restoring muscle mass and strength, physical endurance, breathing capacity, mental clarity, emotional well-being and daily energy levels are important for former hospital patients and COVID long-haulers alike. Below, experts weigh in on what COVID-19 recovery involves.

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  • 85% return to skiing after hip arthroscopy

    The return-to-competition rate in elite skiers and snowboarders after hip arthroscopy a very impressive 85%, according to a new study. The study, “Femoroacetabular Impingement in Elite Skiers and Snowboarders: Return to Sports and Outcomes After Hip Arthroscopy.

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  • Women with exertional compartment syndrome may have higher recovery rate after fasciotomy

    Results presented here showed female athletes who underwent fasciotomy for exertional compartment syndrome may have a greater likelihood of postoperative recovery and greater symptom resolution compared with male athletes.

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  • April COVID Update

    Dr. Rachel Brakke Holman, Medical Director for the CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center talks about how orthopedic and sports medicine have adapted to serving patients during the COVID-19 Pandemic. See our video https://youtu.be/pi2lkiMdkZM to help prepare for telehealth.

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  • 5-Minute at-home core workout.

    Five-minute workout for your core to help keep your back sound while everybody is home.

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  • Mask Challenge Intro

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  • Working from Home — Back and Core Stability

    Stabilize and strengthen your spine even when you are working from home in less than 3 minutes.

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Patients seeking sports medicine and orthopedic care can be seen in person Monday – Friday from 7am – 5pm. Please call (303)315-9900 to schedule an appointment. Tele-Health Visits are still available if preferred.

Patients seeking advanced medical imaging can be seen Monday – Friday 7am – 5:30pm. Please call (303) 315-9901 to schedule an appointment.

Physical therapy is available for in-person visits Monday – Friday from 7am – 7pm and Saturday 7am – 11:30am. If you would like to schedule a Physical Therapy appointment or to contact your Physical Therapist please call (303) 315-9917.

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