• SEPTEMBER 9, 2014
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    Taping vs. Bracing

    Taping vs. Bracing

    For most athletes, taping and bracing are a way of life. They have certain injuries that, with taping or bracing, allow them to function like their non-injured teammates. No matter what the injury, when the athlete is finished with rehabilitation and recovery, they may need a little assistance to return to their previous level of

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    • AUGUST 22, 2017
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    Rochester is 1st in Upstate NY to try new knee cartilage growth procedure

    Rochester is 1st in Upstate NY to try new knee cartilage growth procedure

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Some local scientists are coming up with new ways to address knee problems. Doctors say a new procedure allows them to take patients’ healthy knee cartilage and use it to grow new cartilage. It can then be used to repair the damaged cells. Rochester Regional Health’s Sports Medical team is the first

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    • AUGUST 22, 2017
    • 4
    Preventing injuries in young athletes

    Preventing injuries in young athletes

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 2.6 million children ages 19 and younger are treated in emergency departments each year for sports and recreation-related injuries. And those are just the incidents that make it to the ED. Read the full article here

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    • SEPTEMBER 30, 2014
    • 1

    Newark Graduate Micah Wright – Scores Touchdown

    Newark graduate Micah Wright, University of Maine Bears, scores the first and only touchdown against Boston College.

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