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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: 9 Record(s) Found.

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Tennis Players with Arthritis

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Yousaf Ali, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Rheumatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and Vice Chair of Faculty Affairs in the Department of Medicine at The Mount Sinai Hospital, offers tips to tennis players with arthritis. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Pain Management After a Tennis Injury

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Robert Gotlin, DO, Director of Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, discusses pain management after experiencing a tennis injury. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Eye Protection Is a Must When Playing Tennis

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Ronald C. Gentile, MD, Chief, Ocular Trauma Service at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai, discusses some ways to protect your eyes when playing tennis. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: The Best Way to Protect a Tennis Player’s Skin Using Sunscreen

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Angela Lamb, MD, Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai, and director of Mount Sinai Dermatology Faculty Practice, discusses some pointers to help the tennis aficionado get serious about sunscreen.​ Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Get a Grip on Allergies

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Beth Corn, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and director of the Faculty Practice Associates in Allergy and Clinical Immunology, says if you want to be at your best on the court, you just need to control your allergies. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Tennis for Stress Relief and a Mood Boost

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Brian Iacoviello, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, says tennis is good for both the body and the brain. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Tennis Is a Game for All Seasons - Just be Cautious

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Melissa Leber, MD, Director of Emergency Sports Medicine at Mount Sinai Saint Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt , and Assistant Professor of Orthopedics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, says players should take into account the courts’ differing environments to keep safe while playing tennis during all seasons. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Repairing Damaged Knees by Regenerating Cartilage

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James Gladstone, MD, Co-Chief of the Sports Medicine Service at The Mount Sinai Hospital, and Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is known for his pioneering work on cartilage regrowth in the knee, which is what he did to for Kemar Bassaragh. Read More
 

Mount Sinai Health Beat: Time on the Court Can Improve Childhood Health

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Alexis Colvin, MD, an Orthopaedic Surgeon at The Mount Sinai Hospital says, while there is no “right” age to start playing sports, there are a few things parents should keep in mind. Read More
 
Results: 9 Record(s) Found.
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