In the wake of the controversy surrounding the debut of Friday Night Tykes, a documentary series about competitive youth football in Texas, TSAOG orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. B. Christian Balldin submitted an opinion paper to the San Antonio Express-News about embracing the benefits of youth sports while taking care to minimize the risk for injury.
Month: January 2014
If you follow TSAOG on Facebook, you already know that Dr. Ronald Connor realized his lifelong dream of playing with a symphony on November 3rd when he joined The San Antonio Symphony for the 3rd Annual Symphony PRO-AM! Dr. Connor played timpani in a work called “The Planets” by Gustav Holst. 45 minutes and 14 pages of sheet music and no mistakes! Go Dr. Connor Go!
TSAOG would like to congratulate our outstanding Receptionist and Doctor’s Team of the Quarter! Each quarter, these honorees are selected through a survey of their peers for recognition for the great work they do.
When our patients have something nice to say about us, we like to brag about it!
Please enjoy some of the highlights from TSAOG’s December 2013 Customer Survey:
Friday Night Tykes, a documentary series premiering tonight on the Esquire Network, is stirring up controversy before it has even begun to air. The series follows 5 San Antonio teams in the Texas Youth Football Association (TYFA), which is touted as one of the most competitive youth football leagues in the country.
TSAOG sports medicine specialist Dr. S. Josh Bell was interviewed by WOAI Radio regarding professional skiier Lindsey Vonn’s recent knee injury and her subsequent withdrawal from the upcoming Sochi Olympics.