Don't miss the latest special edition of Connecticut Medicine, featuring a timely article from the Connecticut State Medical Society Committee on the Medical Aspects of Sports that focuses on the safety and health of youth athletes. Many thanks to Michael Medvecky, MD, for his tireless efforts as guest editor. Click here to read the publication.
Thank you to CSMS Sports Medicine committee member, Carl Nissen, MD, for sharing the following article: Preseason Heat-Acclimatization Guidelines for Secondary School Athletics CSMS Sports Medicine Committee Members - check your email for additional information on this topic. Thank you.
Introduction Shoulder instability in young patients is a well-recognized spectrum of pathology from common traumatic anterior dislocations to recurrent multidirectional instability. In young adolescent or pediatric patients with open proximal humeral physes, shoulder instability was once thought to be far less common than physeal injury but may be more common than once believed. 1 2 … Continue reading Shoulder Instability in Adolescent Athletes – Matthew D. Milewski, MD and Carl W. Nissen, MD