Tag: Miami Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Institute

Bouncing Back From Shoulder Tennis Injuries

Despite recent recoveries from shoulder injuries, a couple of women’s pro tennis players served up enough force and finesse to...

April 1, 2017

After Toe Joint Replacement, Yoga Instructor is...

Ruth is a dedicated yoga instructor who injured her big toe almost 7 years ago. “I was doing my yoga...

March 14, 2017

Heel Fractures: A Step Toward Healing

The surgical technique involves using special equipment, screws and plates to put the bones back together.

June 8, 2016

Watch Now: Dolphins Family Fit Fest Highlights

The Doctors Hospital Training Facility in Davie was the venue for a celebration of healthy fun and activities for families...

April 18, 2016

The Power of Physical Therapy

For athletes, going to physical therapy seems like a rite of passage following an injury. Few have never witnessed the...

October 12, 2015

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Miami Dolphins Team Physicians Keep Players...

For nearly 20 years, the Miami Dolphins have turned to orthopedic surgeon and head team physician, John Uribe, M.D., to keep them healthy and ready...

Roundup: Infant Walker Injuries and Junk...

Doctors Renew Call for Ban on Infant Walkers, Which are Causing Too Many Injuries Infant walkers have been a concern among healthcare professionals for years,...

Miami HEAT Ready for 2018 NBA...

Dwyane Wade’s announcement of his return for a 16th and final season has the Miami HEAT fired up heading into the 2018 training camp. Harlan...

#BaptistHealthy Recipe: Golden Seared Tofu Bites

Tofu is a plant-based food made from soybeans that’s a good source of protein, iron and calcium. Pair this recipe with a favorite vegetable for...

Take A Stand: Help Prevent Falls...

Each year, more than one in four adults aged 65 and older will fall. For this group, falls are the No. 1 cause of injuries...

Role of the EKG: From Doctor’s...

There are various tests to diagnose heart disease, with the “EKG” often serving as a springboard to other options.  An EKG, as it is commonly...

1 in 5 U.S. Adults Suffer...

About 20 percent of U.S. adults live with chronic pain, which frequently limits leisure or work activities, according to a new study from the U.S....

Roundup: Flu Season Readiness, FDA Crackdown...

CDC Urges People to Prepare for Flu Season to Avoid ‘Epidemic Levels’ In the United States, the typical flu season runs from October through May,...

Top 5 Myths About High Blood...

Nearly half of U.S. adults may have high blood pressure, or hypertension, but many of them don’t know it or think they’re too young or...

Too Many Older Adults Taking Anti-Anxiety...

Despite warnings against long-term use, one in four older adults are prescribed anti-anxiety medications for sleep issues, depression and related disorders for too long, a...