In The News - TMI Sports Medicine
Howie Long and Herschel Walker Bookend The 10th Annual Mike Ditka's Gridiron Greats Hall Of Fame Induction Gala At Red Rock Resort In Las Vegas, May 25, 2018 – 6:30 p.m
Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund, Inc., a non-profit that provides medical and financial assistance to retired NFL players and their families in dire need, will host its 10th annual Mike Ditka Hall of Fame Gala in Las Vegas on May 25th at 6:30 p.m.
The Indians transferred right-hander Danny Salazar (right shoulder) to the 60-day DL, retroactive to March 29. Salazar remains in Arizona working through a rehab program, but has made little progress in recent weeks.
Dr. Rathna Nuti with TMI Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Surgery says it’s important that female athletes get medical care and physical therapy from a sports medicine provider who takes a female-specific and individualized approach to their care.
Pitchers, in general, can do without marathon at-bats. They want to get outs as quickly as possible. But sometimes that just doesn't work.
May 8th, 2018 Encountering the Radiance of God’s love. This morning I asked the Faith In Practice volunteers to share stories about how the Guatemalan people had impacted their lives. Kevin, a nurse anesthetist talked about a young woman who had been hit by a car.
To make room on the 40-man roster for waiver-claim catcher Carlos Perez, the Rangers moved Elvis Andrus from the 10-day to 60-day disabled list Wednesday. It means Andrus would not be eligible to be activated until June 11 at the earliest.
The Texas Rangers have placed struggling left-hander Martin Perez on the 10-day disabled list because of continued discomfort in his surgically repaired non-pitching elbow.
Dr. Jesse L. Even is traveling again to Antigua, Guatemala on a surgical mission trip with Faith in Practice.
Dr. Jesse L Even is heading to Antigua, Guatemala from 5/5/18 thru 5/12/18 performing spine and orthopedic surgeries to the people of Guatemala.
Turns out, Padres pitcher Dinelson Lamet will not be back by May. Probably not even next May.
The Rangers will be without shortstop Elvis Andrus for 6-8 weeks with an olecranon fracture in his right elbow. Andrus will not require surgery, according to Rangers team physician Keith Meister.