Ep. 31: Using Data to Analyze Sports Injuries with Christina Mack, PhD, MSPH, FISPE

We are joined by Dr. Christina Mack, Vice President, Epidemiology and Clinical Evidence at IQVIA, a leading global provider of advanced analytics, technology solutions, and

Is Your Workout Working? You May Be Burning Fewer Calories Than You Think

There’s no doubt working out burns calories, but new research suggests that the gains may be less than previously thought. Thanks to ancient physiological adaptations,

Tissue Recipient Honors Donor

As a marathon runner, Jen was accustomed to running through the pain. She tore her meniscus while training for a race and although she tried

Don’t Miss the Chicago Sports Summit Tuesday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m.

Sign up today for the 5th Annual Chicago Sports Summit, which takes place tomorrow, October 5th. Sports Medicine Weekly’s own Dr. Brian Cole, Managing Partner,

Dive into the world of Regeneration

Listen to leading experts and outstanding presenters from different fields of regeneration. Watch top notch  presentations (TED-Talk style) that you’ve never seen before. Enjoy a

CBD Topicals May Provide Arthritis Relief

The Arthritis Foundation estimates that approximately one in three adults suffers from arthritis, making it one of the most common health issues in the United

This Low-impact Exercise may be the Best for Brain Health

IT’S NO SECRET that aerobic exercise can help stave off some of the ravages of aging. But a growing body of research suggests that swimming might provide a unique boost to brain health. Regular

Ep. 28: Will Activities Like Running Make Your Arthritis Worse?

In this episode, Dr. Brian Cole and Steve Kashul talk about osteoarthritis, the loss of cartilage that covers our bones, including whether activities such as

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