DMC scraps Sports Medicine Institute plan in uncompleted Ilitch building

The Detroit Medical Center is scrapping its plan to build a Sports Medicine Institute in the Ilitch family’s District Detroit area.

The medical system confirmed in a Tuesday email to Crain’s that it “will not move forward with plans to lease space for a sports medicine institute” in a $70 million building that’s being constructed on Woodward Avenue between Little Caesars Arena and the Wayne State University Mike Ilitch School of Business.

“Our decision allows us to reallocate resources appropriately in this changing environment,” the health system said in a release.

“The last several months have brought about unprecedented change for the health care industry. Stay-at-home orders and restrictions prohibiting elective procedures caused hospitals everywhere to reevaluate their core services,” DMC said.

Ron Staley, senior vice president of Southeast Michigan operations for Lansing-based contractor The Christman Co., one of the joint-venture partners on the project with Detroit-based Brinker Group, said

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North Oaks Sports Medicine announces program enhancements | Livingston/Tangipahoa

HAMMOND — The North Oaks Sports Medicine team uses the downtime caused by the coronavirus global pandemic to re-evaluate and redesign service delivery to each of its partner schools under the tutelage of doctors Katy Morris and Jeffery Witty, who are board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine specialists, a press release said.

Already staffed by nationally certified collegiate, high school and junior high athletic trainers, as well as sports-focused physical therapists and nutritionists, the program recently welcomed Clinical Supervisor Rebecca Troulliet, who is a board-certified physical therapy sports clinical specialist, and Sports Performance Specialist Taylor Dunn to the team.

With the redesign completed, student-athletes, their coaches and parents affiliated with each partner school now benefit from a more comprehensive program, the release said. North Oaks Sports Medicine’s specialists utilize science-driven exercise and nutrition programs to enhance athletic performance and prevent injuries and are able to deploy advanced technology

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Insight from sports medicine leads to discovery about mussels in acidifying ocean

Shannon Meseck, a NOAA Fisheries research chemist and marathon runner, was initially interested in how ultra-runners can tolerate higher levels of carbon dioxide than non-athletes. A chance conversation with a medical doctor about ciliated cells in the human lung turned on a light bulb in her head. Could similarities between the function of these cells in humans and in blue mussels explain the mussels’ response to increasing acidification in the ocean?

Blue mussels, one of the mollusks Meseck studies, are economically and environmentally important filter-feeding bivalves. Like other bivalves, they use their gills for feeding and respiration. Gill cilia–microscopic, hair-like structures–create and control the current that allows water and food to flow over the gills. The cilia also help capture and sort food particles.

Similar ciliated cells in the human lung have receptors that sense the environment, including carbon dioxide concentration. They signal responses that can include changes in cilia

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10 stylish sports bras for every fitness (and fashion) occasion

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One way to motivate yourself to workout is to have a stellar activewear collection. And that includes a top-performing — and cute — sports bra.

From low-impact styles to high-impact varieties, there are a ton of stylish sports bras on the market for every type of fitness occasion. Whether you’re a yogi or prefer high-intensity cardio, there’s a perfectly fashionable sports bra for you. You know, one that can double as a crop top and can take you from the gym straight to brunch.

There are many elements to consider when shopping for stylish sports bras. Do you want padding? Do you want moisture-wicking fabric to absorb sweat,

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The global sports medicine market is projected to reach USD 7.2 billion by 2025 from USD 5.5 billion in 2020 at a CAGR of 5.7%

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New York, Sep 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
New York, Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Sports Medicine Market by Product, Application, End User – Analysis & Global Forecast to 2025” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05136807/?utm_source=GNW
However, the high cost of implants and other devices may restrain the market to a certain extent.

The Body Support & Recovery Products segment is expected to grow at the highest rate during the forecast period.
On the basis of product, the global sports medicine market has been segmented into body reconstruction products, body support & recovery products, and accessories.The body reconstruction products segment is further divided into fracture and ligament repair products, arthroscopy devices, implants, prosthetics, and orthobiologics.

Similarly, body support & recovery products include braces & support, physiotherapy equipment, and compression clothing.The body

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The global sports medicine market is projected to reach USD 7.2 billion by 2025 from USD 5.5 billion in 2020 at a CAGR of 5.7% – Press Release

New York, Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Sports Medicine Market by Product, Application, End User – Analysis & Global Forecast to 2025” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05136807/?utm_source=GNW
However, the high cost of implants and other devices may restrain the market to a certain extent.

The Body Support & Recovery Products segment is expected to grow at the highest rate during the forecast period.
On the basis of product, the global sports medicine market has been segmented into body reconstruction products, body support & recovery products, and accessories.The body reconstruction products segment is further divided into fracture and ligament repair products, arthroscopy devices, implants, prosthetics, and orthobiologics.

Similarly, body support & recovery products include braces & support, physiotherapy equipment, and compression clothing.The body reconstruction products segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

Braces & supports are required before and after

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SPORTS MEDICINE: Current chaos in keeping with 2020 | John Doherty

It is bad enough that the stands are empty. At this rate, the NFL’s rosters will soon be empty of stars.

While soft tissue injuries seem to be out of control among the pros, at least the NFL has a handle on COVID-19. Just ask the five head coaches fined $100,000 by the league for not wearing masks during their games. Pete Carroll (Seahawks), Vic Fangio (Broncos), Jon Gruden (Raiders), Sean Payton (Saints), and Kyle Shanahan (49ers) all have lighter wallets.

Meanwhile, Notre Dame has a lighter schedule — at least for now, thanks to the postponement of Saturday’s game with Wake Forest, the result of 23 players being unavailable, infected with COVID-19 or quarantined thanks to contact tracing.

The Irish are not alone at the college level. As the Big Ten and Mid-American Conference attempt to start an abbreviated season (with no bye weeks built in to accommodate COVID-related

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Sports Medicine Market 2020 Size, Share, Top Manufacturers, Segmentation, Future Plans, Competitive Landscape and Forecast to 2025

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Sep 25, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Market Overview:

The global Sports Medicine Market was valued at USD 5.23 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 9.48 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 6.9% from 2017 to 2025.

With increasing demands of sport players and athletes regarding better and quick recovery injury treatment solutions, the market of sports medicine is growing with respect to its market value. Also, the easy availability of the treatment solutions is one of the major reasons to accelerate the market of this particular product type.

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Market Dynamics:
1. Market Drivers
1.1 Increasing Sports injuries
1.2 Growingadvancements in treatment modalities
1.3 Awareness regarding regenerative medicine

2. Market Restraints
2.1

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Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine – Know the Differences

It isn’t unusual to use the terms sports medicine and physical therapy interchangeably. However the two aren’t exactly the same things even though you may find yourself the patient of both fields at the same time.

While compatible, the difference between the two branches of medical discipline is clear. Both are effective for treating injuries, diseases and disorders of the muscle and skeletal systems of the body and both are useful for the prevention of future injury or disease symptom reoccurence. By taking an individual look at both types of medical assistance, you will soon see the differences between physical therapy and sports medicine.

Let’s take a look at the field of physical therapy first. Unlike sports medicine, physical therapy as a whole is devoted to correcting any injury, disease, or disorder of the bones and muscles that can be treated with non invasive techniques. The focus is to provide … Read More

8 Key Training Principles For Fitness and Sports Training

The 8 Training Principles are research-based guidelines that can help you accelerate your training progress and optimize your results. Knowing how to apply these principles gives you an educated basis on which you can make informed decisions about designing your fitness or sports training program. The principles can also help you evaluate the merits of fitness equipment and personal training services.

All of the principles complement each other. For best results, they should be applied in concert throughout every phase of training.

1. Principle of Specificity suggests that your body will make adjustments according to the type of training you perform and in the very same muscles that you exercise. How you train determines what you get.

This principle guides you in designing your fitness training program. If your goal is to improve your overall level of fitness, you would devise a well-rounded program that builds both endurance and … Read More