The Role of Regenerative Medicine in Sports Medicine

When a sports injury is unlikely to heal with traditional non-surgical treatments, such as rest, bracing and physical therapy, a doctor may recommend a regenerative medicine treatment.

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Success Story: Tammi Baker

There are so many reasons I refer to Dr. Anderson as the “Miracle doctor”

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Success Story: Tammi Baker

There are so many reasons I refer to Dr. Anderson as the “Miracle doctor”

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Article Review: Blood Flow Restriction Training in Clinical Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Low-load strengthening exercises with Blood Flow Restriction is more beneficial than low-load strengthening alone.

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Success Story: Otis Chambers

As a retired athletic director, I have been on my feet for a good amount of time the past 33 years and now as a tour guide at Lambeau Field, the walking became more and more difficult nearly forcing me to have to abandon my post-retirement dream job.

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Road to Recovery

It is astonishing to imagine that an injury can result in tremendous growth of personal qualities and skills.

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Why Every Athlete Needs a Transition Phase

Eventually it’s time for the offseason, which often leaves athletes wondering, now what?

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Dry Needling: Prospective, Partially Blinded Randomized Controlled Trial

Alyssa Torn, PT, DPT, OCS Physical Therapist recently shared an article review with the team highlighting the benefits of using Dry Needling as an adjunct to treatment for ankle sprain.

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ACL Injuries: Rehabilitation Helps Athletes Return to High Performance

With recovery times of up to a year, ACL injuries can be massively debilitating for a developing athlete.

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State Boys Volleyball Tournament Moves to Resch Center

One of the most notable changes to the 2019 Fall State Tournament is the move of the boys’ volleyball tournament to the Resch Center in Green Bay.

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