TSAOG is very pleased to announce that Athletic Trainer John Carollo has joined our team!
The clavicle, also known as the collarbone, is a frequently injured bone (up to 10% of all adult fractures). Most of the time it is fractured (broken) when someone falls onto the outside part of their shoulder and the force is transmitted to the weakest part of the bone (which is the middle section). Common causes of collarbone injury include:
Dr. Christian Balldin of TSAOG spoke with Jim Forsyth on WOAI radio this week to discuss a new study, which states that despite increased media coverage of concussions, many high school athletes choose not to report concussion symptoms for fear of being excluded from play. See the whole story below.
For those of you who have not been lucky enough to experience Halloween day at TSAOG, here’s a sneak peek of what you’ve been missing! TSAOGers (including our physicians) go all out on All Hallow’s Eve and the majority of our staff at all 7 clinic locations comes to work in costume. Enjoy the photos!