UPMC Sports Medicine Newsletter

Fall 2014 Edition

Read articles from the Fall 2014 edition of our e-newsletter:

4 Tips to Stay in the Game During Flu Season
Strength Training to Maximize Your Fall Sports Performance
Concussions: Treatable and Manageable


Care for Minor Injuries with these SImple Steps
(From UPMC HealthBeat)
 

 

Past Issues

2014

​Summer
​Spring
​Winter
  

 

2013

​Fall
​Summer
​Spring
​Winter
 

 2012

Fall
​Spring
Spring Special Edition: Baseball​
Spring Special Edition: Running​
Winter​
 

 2011

​Winter

 

 

 

2010

Special Edition: Baseball
Spring ​
Winter
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Preseason baseball conditioning
  • Skin lesions in wrestling​
 

 

2009

Fall
  • ACL injuries
  • Concussion

 

Summer
  • Hiking safety
  • Overhead injuries
  • Preseason conditioning
  • Nutrition: hidden summertime safety hazards​
Spring​
  • Avoiding pain during riding
  • Selecting a sport camp for young athletes​
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