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orthopedic, surgeons, sports medicine, occupational health, hip, knee, hand, feet, spine, cartilage restoration, pediatrics, trauma, orthopedic oncology, shoulder
orthopedic, surgeons, sports medicine, occupational health, hip, knee, hand, feet, spine, cartilage restoration, pediatrics, trauma, orthopedic oncology, shoulder

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@MOR_Docs Dr. Tad Gerlinger is presented the 2014 USU Alumni Military Medicine Award for Outstanding Achievement. http://ow.ly/CO8mH
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@MOR_Docs Drs. Craig Della Valle & Tad Gerlinger to speak at FREE Informational Seminar on October 15 in Munster, IN http://bit.ly/1E65GfL
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Sports Medicine Weekly Blog: "Concussion: When Do I Pull My Athlete Out?" - Eric Buck, Certified Athletic Trainer and Sports Medicine Supervisor with ATI Physical Therapy, has spent many years on the sidelines treating athletes of all ages, and from all areas of sports. Eric offers these tips and guidelines that may help answer the question “when do I pull my athlete out?” http://ow.ly/Cgmdf
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Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush is offering Knee Pain Solutions for Active Adults, a series of free, public seminars. Learn about partial and total knee replacement surgery and discover the best option for you. http://ow.ly/CdKHQ
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Sports Medicine Weekly w/ Dr. Brian Cole & Steve Kashul: (Segment One) Health Counselor Karen Malkin discusses how sleep deprivation affects your body and how lack of sleep or poor quality affects weight gain and carb cravings. (Segment 2) Steve and Dr. Cole discuss the prevalence of overuse injuries in pro-golfers as well as elite athletes and youth sports. http://ow.ly/CcqnI
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@MOR_Docs Athlete of the Month: Koray Yesili, a 23-year-old graduate student from Berlin, Germany who plays defense for the DePaul University men's soccer team while pursuing a master's degree in finance. For more, visit http://ow.ly/CcpLh.
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Get your free gym bag tag listing ACL injury prevention tactics and pre-game warm up exercises. The laminated tags can be ordered at www.kneesforlife.org, a website featuring information about an Illinois campaign to stop the rising number of ACL injuries among young athletes and stressing the need for prevention programs. The "Knees for Life" program is sponsored by the Illinois Athletic Trainers Association (IATA) and Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush (MOR). http://ow.ly/Ca8An
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Joshua J. Jacobs, MD, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, has been named Associate Provost for Research at Rush University, effective November 1, 2014. Dr. Jacobs will continue in his role as chairperson of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, a position he has held since 2008. http://ow.ly/C8bP0
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Dr. Jeffrey Mjaanes, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine specialist, has recently been added to the medical team for the USA Men's Rugby team, the USA Eagles. As part of his new role, Dr. Mjaanes will serve as the official physician for the team in their match against the New Zealand All Blacks team, Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, at Soldier Field in Chicago. Dr. Mjaanes will also cover the practices and then travel with the team to Romania for a week. For more: http://ow.ly/C5j2J
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"Introducing Core Power Protein Drink; The Future of Stem Cell Research" - Sports Medicine Weekly covers - Segment 1: Introducing Core Power Protein Drink; The Future of Stem Cell Research. Segment 2: Dr. Adam Anz of the Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine discusses the advancements in stem cell research with Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine specialist Dr. Brian Cole. http://ow.ly/C5cNT
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