wrist pain is no fun

Who hasn’t felt it before – wrist pain. NO other “instrument” is used more frequently than our wrists. We use them every day of our life. And if they hurt, we are in trouble. Dr. Keith Feder and his team of physiotherapists and certified trainers use a holistic approach to help you diagnose the underlying cause…

conditioning

  Conditioning for young athletes – one of the key elements to a successful career in sports. It’s the basic concept of being in shape, so you can perform at the highest level. We are living through challenging times right now, no question. The last thing on your mind might be conditioning. But it’s important…

exercise

How do athletes stay active during COVID-19 A guest blog by Liz Joy, M.D., M.P.H., FACSM, FAMSSM Evolving public health guidance will result in changing recommendations on safe physical activity from the team at Exercise is Medicine. We are committed to providing the most up-to-date guidance possible to maintain healthy physical activity. The current coronavirus…

sports medicine

SPORTS MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM DETAILS Did you know that our Foundation offers a sports medicine fellowship? – This Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship provides a truly unique teaching and learning environment. The Sports Medicine fellow is exposed to high school, collegiate and professional athletes. The primary care sports medicine fellow is required to complete one-half…

  Dr. Keith Feder named Medical Director and Team Physician for the XFL Wildcats Football Team Dr. Keith Feder, MD and the West Coast Center for Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine has been named as the Medical Director and Team Physician for the XFL Wildcats Football Team. Dr. Feder attended the XFL football season opener…

youth sports

  Youth Sports MATTER! – In this blog you find out why, and you might discover some good advice for parents and coaches alike… In the US, around thirty million kids participate in organized youth sports. Some of those kids are yours. And more than 3.5 million kids bill be injured playing youth sports. Chances…

shoulder pain

Shoulder Rotator Cuff Reconstruction – Post OP Schedule  Every patient that undergoes shoulder rotator cuff reconstruction should be aware of a certain protocol that kicks in post OP. Our clinic follows this protocol to the T, and it makes perfect sense on a clear road to recovery. First you will be scheduled as an out-patient….

orthobiologics

Orthobiologics – these treatments provide pain relief and increased function!   Orthobiologic treatments utilize cells, growth factors, cytokines, and extra-cellular matrices among others to help create an environment within a joint or tissue that can provide pain relief and increased function. This can occur as these treatments (orthobiologics) may potentially provide a long-acting anti-inflammatory response…

food equals fuel

  Food equals fuel for all athletes. This blog tells you what young athletes should and should not eat. Breakfast is the most important meal. I don’t think that’s a big secret anymore. Best breakfast choices are fruit, yogurt, whole grain bread, cheese, protein shakes, eggs, meat, fish, avocado and whole grain pancakes or waffles….

back pain

Back Pain accounts for 5 to 8 percent of reported youth sports injuries. If you thought only Grandma had back pain, you would be incorrect. Kids experience injuries to their backs, but, unlike Grandma, their low back pain is rarely from anything specific and usually goes away without any treatment. It is more likely that…

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