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Biomet Sports Medicine offers a complete line of arthroscopy products addressing the estimated $1.
Francis O'Connor, who has been involved with the AMAA Sports Medicine Symposium at the Marine Corps Marathon since 1991, was profiled in the spring/summer 2003 issue of the AMAA Journal.
Our surgical division is made up of tenured professional consultants that specialize in orthopedic sports medicine, trauma, joint replacement, and podiatric surgical procedures.
Tuman is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.
Paris, a long-time member of AMAA and even then well-known in the field of sports medicine, was an early role model, and O'Connor's introduction to sports medicine from a family practice perspective.
The specialty-trained doctors provide care for the ankle, back, elbow, hand, hip, knee, neck, shoulder, spine and wrist, as well as joint replacement and sports medicine.
Medical Management of Endurance Events was held on October 25th and 26th at the Virginia Hospital Center-Arlington and was attended by over 60 AMAA members and other sports medicine professionals.
Currently athlete imaging exams and medical files are stored at the Olympic Training Center the old-fashioned way, in large filing cabinets throughout the USOC Sports Medicine Clinic.
Waterman underwent extensive specialty training by completing a fellowship in sports medicine at Keller Army Community Hospital in West Point, New York, and the United States Army Institute of Surgical Research in Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
At TBI we believe that providing sterile tissue is an imperative safety precaution and we are proud to have offered Clearant's sterilized sports medicine implants since 2004," said James Forsell, PhD, Senior Vice-President for processing, TBI.
Joyner is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon with a sports medicine emphasis.
The trials, conducted in conjunction with physicians and scientists at Duke University Sports Medicine & The Michael J.

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