At Proliance Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, we care for kids! Our investment in children extends beyond the care received within the walls of our clinics. Our doctors have answered the call of local high school football teams to have a dedicated physician at all games. … Continue reading →
Dr. Nathe performs anatomic ACL reconstruction with several different options for your graft. He believes on educating the patient to make best choice for himself or herself.
Please reference his article under Patient Information Handouts. … Continue reading →
Dr. Nathe spent last weekend providing physician coverage for the US Freeskiing Team at the AFP World Championships in Whistler. Congrats to Gus Kenworthy for winning the event and finishing the year ranked #1 in the world in slopestyle! 14 year old phenom Maggie Voison (below pic) from Montana won the woman’s slopestyle! … Continue reading →
A stress fracture is a small crack in the bone due to high activity levels. This applies to all of our year round athletes that never really get a break in the action. A stress fracture can cause you to miss a prolonged period of time from your sport to let it heal. … Continue reading →
Recent studies have linked low vitamin D levels with decreased athletic performance. German literature showed increased athletic performance with UV light as far back as the 1950’s. Vitamin D is made in by your body when the skin is exposed to UV light. … Continue reading →
ACL injuries can be decreased.
A recent review of high quality studies showed decreased ACL injuries in athletes that received neuromuscular training.
See this article for exercises.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC535528/ … Continue reading →