WAITING ROOM CATCHING UP WITH SOME OF OUR FAVORITE DOCS AROUND THE VALLEY – AND BIDDING ADIEU TO OTHERS. (Originally Published in Phoenix Magazine | April 2017) Performance-Enhancing Doctors If you’re a medical resident and you fancy a career rubbing elbows – or rotator cuffs, as the case may be – with high-profile clients, your … Continued
Dr. Douglas Freedberg of Arizona Sports Medicine Center was interviewed by KTAR Radio today. The interview was about Tommy John Surgery, one of the most common surgeries performed on professional baseball players. Check back to our site for a recording of the interview.
Dr. Peterson of ASMC traveled to Haiti for a conference with AMSSM, the Haitian Sports Medicine Society and the Haitian Olympic Committee. While at the conference they taught doctors, PTs, ATC, and students and treated some patients jointly. Included in Dr. Peterson’s group were UConn’s team doctor, Tom Trojian, and the UMass team doctor, Peirre Rouzier. … Continued
Two important people for the Arizona Cardinals on Sundays are Gary Waslewski and Doug Freedberg. They aren’t left tackles or special teams stars. They are the Cardinals’ orthopedic surgeons, and members of OrthoArizona. During Cards games, Dr. Waslewski and Dr. Freedberg stay as close as possible to the line of scrimmage to watch injuries as … Continued
The ligaments in the elbow help to keep it in place during activities and to prevent too much movement in the joint. They also relay feedback to the muscles in the elbow. The three ligaments are: The ulnar collateral ligament The radial collateral ligament The annular ligament Injuries to the ligaments in the elbow are … Continued