Tag: sports medicine


    Category: DOCTORS
    Address: 4295 3rd Ave
    United States

    Dr Carlos E Moreyra is an orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist at Jackson Hospital in Marianna, Florida.  In his hospital practice, Dr Moreyra sees a variety of common orthopaedic conditions, such as fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee and hip arthritis, shoulder and knee injuries, overuse and sports-related injuries. He sees common injuries in children as well. He regularly discusses dietary and lifestyle changes to address chronic health issues that are not orthopaedic in nature but that have orthopaedic implications.  Dr Moreyra says that much of orthopaedics consists of addressing the end result of chronic disease but without much counselling and education on addressing the root cause. He spends significant time addressing root causes of chronic disease, in the hopes of helping patients improve their health not just simply addressing their symptoms. Where controversy exists in management of care, he follows sound clinical judgment and best-available evidence. He offers surgery only where there is a clinical indication for it. When both non-operative and operative solutions are reasonable treatment options for the patient, he presents and discusses both. His goals for patients are for them to get better and improve the quality and longevity of their lives, whether that requires surgery or Read more [...]


    Category: DOCTORS
    Address: Augusta University
    United States

    Dr James Crownover is a US physical medicine and rehabilitation physician subspecialized in sports medicine practicing academic medicine at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia. Dr Crownover has a special interest in how lifestyle behaviors affect our health and well-being. Variables such as diet, sleep, stress, sun exposure, gut ecology, the body’s entire microbiome, social networks, having a purpose, a sense of belonging, stress management, daily movement and scheduled exercise all play significant and under-appreciated roles in our wellness, performance, and overall quality of life. He finds it useful to view these variables through an evolutionary lens when possible. Most of his attention is currently devoted to managing and studying concussions, tendinopathies, osteoarthritis, and other degenerative conditions of the musculoskeletal system. For more information, email Dr Crownover at jamescrownover@crownmd.net, visit his website at www.CrownMD.net or follow him on Twitter: @doccrown and Facebook: @jamescrownovermd