Tag: sports medicine

Summer runFIT Running Clinic

Summer is officially here, and our popular runFIT running clinic is back July 11-Aug. 6! For this summer clinic, we’re offering eight sessions in just four weeks – combining indoor (Mondays) and outdoor instruction (Saturdays). Mondays will be reserved for indoor sessions in which you can expect to learn biomechanically correct running… Read more »

Pitcher’s Elbow: Symptoms and Treatments

Elbow pain is a fairly common condition among baseball pitchers. Pitcher’s elbow usually presents as pain along the inside part of the elbow during, or after, throwing activity. This injury is usually caused by repetitive motion and stress at the elbow, resulting in pulling and stretching of the tendons and… Read more »

Orthopedic Update 2014 – Earn 3 CME Credits

We are excited to announce our partnership with PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center for an upcoming CME conference! The conference for primary care providers will be held on Saturday, Sept. 27, at Rose Quarter’s Moda Center, and healthcare professionals seeking physician credits are encouraged to attend. The event kicks off at… Read more »

Common Running Injuries and How to Treat Them

It is Foot Health Awareness Month, and we have just kicked off our spring running clinic. That makes this the perfect time to talk about some common injuries and conditions runners face. Many runners sustain injuries from overuse, improper technique and inappropriate footwear. In our last post, we discussed a common… Read more »

ACL Injuries and How to Prevent Them

An ACL injury may happen to basketball, football and soccer players and athletes of all varieties. We hear about pro athletes sidelined for the season as a result, but they also occur in active men and women of all ages and athletic abilities. In fact, anterior cruciate ligament injuries, or… Read more »

Prevention and Treatment for Teen Sports Injuries

Teen Athlete Injury Prevention At Rebound, we’re big fans of teen sports. Teen athletes are generally healthy, motivated individuals who learn early on that exercise is an important part of life. Unfortunately, because we’re an orthopedic practice, a lot of the teen athletes we meet are injured, and many of… Read more »

Evan Ellis, MD, Sports Medicine Specialist, Joins Rebound

Rebound Orthopedics and Neurosurgery Welcomes New Sports Medicine Specialist Evan D. Ellis, M.D. Joins Rebound Vancouver, WA – Evan D. Ellis, MD, will join Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery on Monday, July 23.  Dr. Ellis is a board certified orthopedic surgeon with sub-specialty interest in knee, shoulder, and sports medicine. He… Read more »

Thomas Reis, MD Named 2013 NBA Team Physician of the Year

Portland Trail Blazer Team Physician, Internal Medicine, Dr. Thomas Reis has been named the 2012-2013 National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association (NBATA) Physician of the Year. The NBATA Physician of the Year award is an annual honor voted on by the members of the NBATA, designed to recognize a team physician… Read more »

Rotator Cuff Injury Prevention and Treatment

Is shoulder pain limiting your normal daily activities? This ailment is a common patient complaint and a rotator cuff tear is often the culprit. A torn rotator cuff will weaken your shoulder making even the simplest daily tasks, like brushing your teeth and getting dressed, difficult and painful. Age is… Read more »