Dr. Grossfeld Hosts Social Event for Juniors Competing in 2016 USA Cycling Amateur Road Nationals in Louisville The 2016 USA Cycling Amateur Road Nationals is taking place in Louisville, Kentucky, June 30, 2016 through July 3, 2016. Kids from all over the United States are in Louisville to participate in this annual event. The 2016 USA Cycling Amateur Road Nationals… Read more »
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Don’t Forget Your Brain Exercises
With all of the latest research, studies and exercises created to improve your muscle and bone health, it’s easy to forget to strengthen your brain as well. Your brain is responsible for your thoughts, actions, relationships, and so much more. As we age our brains begin to slow down and some cognitive abilities may decrease… Read more »
What Does it Take to be a Team Physician?
The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons published an article this June where they interviewed four prominent orthopedic surgeons who are also team physicians for pro sport teams. Dr. James Andrews, Dr. Brian Cole, Dr. Anthony Miniaci, and Dr. Frederick Azar. The orthopaedic surgeons talked about what it takes to be a team physician. This includes some of the trials… Read more »
MRI Research Reveals Cause of ACL Injury
ACL injuries are responsible for pain, surgery and lots of physical therapy. Most of these injuries occur through non-contact sports or accidents sustained off of the courts or field. Researchers and physicians are working tirelessly to understand the cause of ACL injury to develop preventive programs to reduce this knee injury. Because of the current… Read more »
What Are Rotator Cuff Treatment Options for Patients with Massive Rotator Cuff Tears?
For athletes involved in sports like baseball, tennis and swimming, there is often a common fear of sustaining a shoulder injury like tearing a rotator cuff. As a board certified orthopedic surgeon and shoulder doctor, Stacie Grossfeld MD offers effective rotator cuff treatment to people in the Louisville, Kentucky area. Rotator cuff tears can become severe and may… Read more »