Fueling Success: Nutrition Tips for Young Athletes

As a young athlete, your body is a finely tuned machine, capable of achieving remarkable feats. Just like a high-performance car requires the right fuel

Can Kids with Heart Conditions Participate in Sports?

Most children tend to play for countless hours. As a parent, you should encourage your child to get regular physical activity to balance their inactive

Mental Health & Wellness In Sports with Guest Natalie Graves

In this week’s episode of the Sports Medicine Weekly Podcast, Dr. Brian Cole is joined by a special guest, Natalie Graves. Natalie Graves is an

Do Young Athletes Need Extra Protein?

When your children are involved in athletics, you might notice that they have an increased appetite because of the extra calories they’re burning off throughout

Getting Your Head Back in The Game – Effective Recovery Strategies For Treating a Concussion

A concussion is a brain injury caused by a blow to the head or a jolt to the body. Concussions can range from mild to

What’s Your Biological Age? A New ‘Aging Clock’ Has the Answer

How old are you, really? It seems like a simple question. It’s based on when you’re born. Yet we all know people who seem much

The Impact of Playing School Sports with Guest Mickey Pruitt

Participating in organized high school sports offers young people countless benefits, not just in terms of physical skills, like hand-eye coordination; strength and movement, but

Fifty Years of Title IX: Celebrating Women in Sports

June 23 marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX, a groundbreaking federal law that prohibited sex discrimination in education, stating that, “no person in the

What to Know About Bow Legs

Bow legs (also known as “genu varum”) occur when a person’s legs bend outward and don’t touch at the knees, even if their feet and

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