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ACL surgery keeps boy’s football dreams alive

When Haji White Jr tore his ACL, a pediatric orthopaedic specialist at Duke used growth-sparing surgery to get him safely back to playing sports.

November 16, 2016\MaryAnn Fletcher
Treating sports injuries in children: What parents need to know

Duke orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Jonathan Riboh, MD, treats sports injuries in children and adolescents. In this Q&A he offers helpful information for parents [...]

October 28, 2016
Pain-free after shoulder and knee surgery

After two successful arthroscopic surgeries at Duke, Lieutenant Colonel Todd Turner is pain-free and ready for his next assignment.

April 15, 2016
Sports physicals for tween/teen athletes

Does your child need a sports physical? If he or she plans to work out with the middle or high school team this summer, participate in a summer sport, or try [...]

April 15, 2016
Common injuries in adolescent sports

Overuse injuries are becoming increasingly common among children and adolescents who participate in sports. Here, Duke sports medicine specialist Tracy Ray, [...]

April 07, 2016\Karen Doss Bowman
Should Thomas Davis play in Super Bowl with broken forearm?

When Carolina Panthers’ linebacker Thomas Davis broke his forearm during the NFC Championship game, speculation surrounded his decision to play in the upcoming [...]

January 27, 2016
Shoulder surgery helps swimmer prepare for Olympic trials

A persistent shoulder injury threatened to throw competitive swimmer Ashley Twichell off course just as she was ramping up her training to qualify for the only [...]

April 20, 2015
Duke Sports Medicine services in one convenient location

At Duke Sports Medicine’s expanded new home, people can get all their needs met in one convenient location. The renovated clinic, renamed the Duke Sports [...]

January 29, 2015
What's behind your behind-your-knee pain?

Just as car oil lubricates the components of an engine, our knee is lubricated by fluid that allows the joint to bend and move easily. Injury or illness can [...]

November 04, 2014
Get seen quickly at Duke Orthopaedics

Getting a referral to a specialist can often mean long waits, which is frustrating, especially if you are experiencing acute pain. Duke Orthopaedics now offers [...]

October 30, 2014
ACL injuries: what you need to know

With football and soccer season underway, more young athletes will be tearing their ACLs despite the best preventive efforts of their coaches and athletic [...]

September 12, 2014
Cause-related events require proper training

The annual Avon Walk for Breast Cancer is a two-day, 39-mile walk to raise funds for research and treatment. The walk and others like it support a great cause, [...]

September 03, 2014