Published: Feb. 4, 2011
Updated: Feb. 4, 2011
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Sports Health (The Doctors)
Duke Sports Medicine specialist Jeff Bytomski, MD, explains how Duke's basketball team's medical staff keeps the Blue Devils healthy and ready to play.
The Power of Football: The Wes Haas Story (NBC 17)
This video highlights the amazing comeback of 17-year-old football player Wes Haas, who recovered from a critical leg injury after being treated at Duke.
Tony Romo Breaks Collarbone as NY Giants Win 41-35 to Drop Cowboys to 1-5 (Bloomberg Businessweek)
Selene Parekh, MD, comments on the likelihood of NFL player Tony Romo returning this season after breaking his collarbone in Sunday's game.
Patients Using Their Own Blood to Heal Illnesses (ABC)
In this video, learn how more patients -- from athletes to the elderly -- are turning to innovative treatments to help relieve chronic orthopaedic pain.
Blood Platelet Injections Can Help Heal Injured Tendons (WRAL)
Learn about promising blood-platelet injections that are being offered at Duke to help heal injured tendons.
Joint Surgery and Diabetes Increases Wound Infection Risk (wounds1.com)
This news story is about a study conducted by Michael Bolognesi, MD, which showed that patients with diabetes who undergo joint surgery have an increased risk for wound infection.