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New Research Presented in New Orleans
2018 Specialty Day features top researchers presenting new studies in sports medicine.
Previous Cortisone Injections are Associated with Increased Risk for Revision Rotator Cuff Repair, Say Researchers
Research Shows Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation Effective for Certain Knee Cartilage Repairs
High School Athletes with Shoulder Instability Benefit from Nonoperative Treatment, Say Researchers
AOSSM and The Aircast Foundation Partner for New $150,000 Return to Play Grant
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) in coordination with and support from The Aircast Foundation is proud to announce a new grant of up to $150,000 to support a clinical research project investigating return to play after musculoskeletal injury. Read more.
AOSSM Statement on Orthopaedic Surgeons on the Sidelines
As a medical professional society, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) was formed nearly 50 years ago to educate individuals on injury prevention, rehabilitation and treatment. Our members are team physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists and researchers who are committed to the care and well-being of athletes of all ages and activity levels. Read more.
The Latest Sports Medicine Research from #AOSSM2017
July 20-23, 2017
Faculty from around the world are presenting new research during AOSSM's Annual Meeting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
New Research Identifies Risk Factors for Elbow and Shoulder Injuries in Professional Baseball Pitchers
Researchers Say Young Patients Who Experience Patellar Dislocations May be At Risk for Similar Injuries Later in Life
Surgery Is a Low Risk Treatment Option for Patients with Pectoralis Major Tendon Ruptures, Say Researchers
Outreach Athletic Trainers Have a Positive Economic Impact on Sports Coverage for Health Systems and Patients, Say Researchers
Assessing Concussion Symptom Presentation May Provide Insight into Rise in Rates
Different Surgical Approaches Offer Patients Improved Quality of Life after ACL Reconstruction
Patients Can Expect to Stay Active, Enjoy High Quality of Life 10 Years after ACL Surgery
Patients with Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears May Have Surgical Option, New Research Shows
Patients Taking Opioids Prior to ACL Surgery More Likely to Be on Pain Medications Longer
Success at the High School, Collegiate and Professional Levels Not Necessarily Related to Early Sports Specialization, Say Researchers
Sports Specialization May Lead to More Lower Extremity Injuries
Traveling Fellowship 2017 Asia Tour
Follow the journey of our 2017 AOSSM to APKASS Traveling Fellowship, one blog at a time!
Part 1 | AOSSM Traveling Fellows Kickoff Asia Tour
Part 2 | Traveling Fellows Take Flight to Taiwan
Part 3 | Tour Continues in Shanghai
Part 4 | Traveling Fellows are Kobe Bound
Part 5 | Traveling Fellowship Tour Journeys to Hiroshima