Overuse injuries and knee pain in athletes of all ages who play a variety of sports are among the most common diagnoses Dr. Davis sees.
When returning a student to the classroom after a concussion, practitioners try to balance stimulation levels and worsening of symptoms.
When athletes of any caliber come to physical therapy appointments, they often struggle with emotional hurdles as big as their physical challenges. Working with an expert who understands their struggles can make it easier to cope, especially when that expert is a former Olympian. Robin Beauregard, a physical therapist at CHOC and two-time Olympic medalist […]
The newest addition to the CHOC Orthopaedic Institute team, Dr. Jonathan Minor brings a unique expertise in ultrasound-guided injections and procedures, as well as diagnostic ultrasound evaluations. As a non-surgical sports medicine physician, he has a special interest in sports and dance injuries, concussion management and advanced musculoskeletal ultrasound medicine. Dr. Minor’s commitment to helping […]
Travis Rodgers, host of the Angels AM830 morning radio show “The Travis Rodgers Show” recently interviewed CHOC Pediatric Neurologist Dr. Sharief Taraman about concussions in sports, their long term effects, and how children are particularly vulnerable to serious injury. In this interview, Dr. Taraman explains how concussions can happen in any sport, not just football, […]