Sports Medicine & Exercise
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Oxygenation Study Helps Ballet Dancer Recover from ACL Surgery
When a Cleveland Ballet dancer tore his ACL, the UH sports medicine team used their expertise and wearable technology to get him ready to perform again.
Concussion Recovery Is Important for Kids
Returning to play too soon after a head injury can have serious consequences. Learn to recognize the signs of concussion and ensure your child returns to play safely.
When Is It Safe to Start Exercising After a COVID-19 Infection?
If you’re not feeling symptoms like shortness of breath, chest pain or extreme fatigue, it’s typically safe to resume normal activities.
Benefits of a Cold Weather Workout
From boosting immunity to building calorie-burning brown fat, there are some surprising benefits to exercising outdoors when temperatures drop.
How to Prevent and Treat Repetitive Strain Injuries
Whether swinging a hammer or a tennis racquet, or working at a computer all day, overuse syndromes are common and treatable.
If You Have to Choose, What's the Best Type of Exercise?
Ever wonder what exercise offers the most health benefits? We asked a cardiologist and a sports medicine doctor to weigh in on the question.
Is Exercising in Cold Weather a Better Workout?
The cold weather may make you want to stay inside this winter, but research shows that there are unique advantages to working out in the cold.
Protecting Young Athletes From Sudden Cardiac Arrest
While it can often go undetected until a severe issue occurs, there are steps parents can take to reduce the risk of SCA.