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Mount SinaiWelcome to the Mount Sinai Health Beat, a feature with the official medical provider of USTA Eastern, USTA and the US Open. Each month, the Mount Sinai Health System will provide tips to prevent nagging injuries from cropping up, which prevent players from competing in tennis. One of the world’s leading medical institutions, Mount Sinai’s experts are uniquely positioned to help athletes from professionals to club players succeed in sport.
 
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Results: 10 Record(s) Found.

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Relieving Nerve Pain While Keeping the Back Intact

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Sheeraz Qureshi, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at The Mount Sinai Hospital and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, treated tennis player Ken Witty's spinal stenosis in such a minimal way that allowed him get back on the court within just four months. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Drink Your Fluids!

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Melissa Leber, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopedics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, gives some guidelines to playing tennis, and other energetic sports, in extreme temperatures. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Pointers to Provide Maximum ‘Food Fuel’ During a Day of Tennis

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Laura Manning, MPH, RD, CDN, Clinical Nutrition Coordinator of the Department of Gastroenterology, Faculty Practice Associates at The Mount Sinai Hospital, gives some basic nutrition guidelines to follow for a day on the court. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Overcoming Congenital Heart Defect

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Ira Parness, MD, Chief, Division of Pediatric Cardiology at The Mount Sinai Hospital and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, explains that if treated and monitored properly, congenital heart defects should not impede a patient’s love for playing sports. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Tennis Players Pivot to Hip Injuries


Alexis Colvin, MD, Associate Professor of Sports Medicine at The Mount Sinai Hospital and Chief Medical Officer of the United States Tennis Association, explains the different approaches to treating and repairing a torn hip labrum. While these methods may not always work, a tear can be repaired with a simple arthroscopic surgery. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: The New and Old Methods to Relieve Pain

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Using state-of-the-art medicine with ancient techniques such as acupuncture, Houman Danesh, MD, in his role as Director of the Integrative Pain Management Clinic at The Mount Sinai Hospital, explains how the old and new methods of relieving pain are particularly helpful to tennis players and other athletes who want to avoid surgery. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Getting a Grip on Tennis Elbow


Tennis elbow is a common complaint and new research, pioneered by Michael Hausman, M.D., the chief of hand and elbow surgery at Mount Sinai, explains why the condition arises. He says that while rest will heal most players, non-invasive surgery can cure recurrent bouts. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Levine Treated for Rare Injury


Dr. Andrew Hecht, a medical sleuth from Mount Sinai Health System, discovered the cause of year-long pain Robert Levine suffered with due to a rare injury. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Children Are Not Little Adults


As Chief of Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Assistant Professor in the Leni and Peter W. May Department of Orthopaedics, Dr. Allen knows when it comes to tennis injuries, children are not little adults. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: How Tennis Can Strengthen the Heart


As an international leader in cardiovascular medicine, translational research and education, specializing in the prevention and treatment of heart disease, Dr. Fuster knows well how tennis can strengthen the heart. Read More
 
Results: 10 Record(s) Found.
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