Practicing a sport provides numerous benefits to the players, coaches and the team in general. The time allotted to training is an opportunity for the
Whether your “go-to” sport is baseball, softball, tennis, volleyball or basketball, they all carry one common thread: dynamic overhead use of the shoulder. Getting back
Playing sports helps people create a sense of community. Moreover, sports promote fitness, they’re enjoyable, and they’re a channel for developing careers for people gifted
You’re about to listen to a Sports Medicine Weekly Injury Update, where Dr. Brian Cole provides his analysis of major professional sports injuries in just
In this episode, Dr. Brian Cole and Steve discuss icing a pitcher’s arm and the perceived benefits. However, no published peer-reviewed research has shown definitively
Sports players are never terrified to get hurt; in fact, it goes with the territory. What’s petrifying to them, though, is getting injured and spending
Dr. Brian Cole provides in depth understanding of the disease and how we can all be protected. What The future holds as herd immunity evolves.
Dr. Brian Cole from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush talks with Zach LaVine about his career, his injury and his perspective on working with team physicians.