Meet Rachel I was born with bilateral hip dysplasia. Although I wore a brace as an infant, it progressively worsened as I got older. At 12 years of age, I had two [...]
About Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic CenterThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center has created 66 blog entries.
Advanced imaging may be recommended during your appointment at Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center (NHI). We carefully consider our patients’ specific needs and any previous imaging completed prior to recommending further diagnostic testing or [...]
Dr. Ferguson and her nurse, Mallory Jones, were in Las Vegas to attend the second Anterior Hip Foundation meeting that took place 4/12-14/2018. The Anterior Hip Foundation (AHF) was created 5 [...]
Last week, Dr. Byrd was at the NFL Scouting Combine. It is a week-long showcase occurring every February in Indianapolis. This is a chance for selected college football players to perform [...]
Dr. Mike Voight, the leader of our rehab team at NHI, is attending the Orthobiologics Annual conference in Denver. This conference is attended by 400 Medical professionals who are there to review 2018 state [...]
Dr. Byrd presented Grand Rounds at Stanford University; here holding a plaque commemorating this Don E. King MD Lectureship. He attended at the invitation of Dr. Marc Safran, Chief of the Division of Sports [...]
Two members of the Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center team, Beth Bardowski and Mike Voight lecture to the Physical Therapy students at Belmont University. Beth, a Nurse Practitioner, is one of the world’s [...]
How is IASTM used at Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center? All of our clinicians utilize IASTM in a variety of ways based on each individual patient’s needs. IASTM is an adjunct to our [...]
How is dry needling integrated at Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center? After careful evaluation by your physical therapist, we may determine that dry needling could help improve your progress with pain, ROM, strength, [...]
I have a problem that can be “fixed” with surgery…why should I bother with physical therapy? Many individuals have evidence on imaging of hip impingement or possible labral damage, however not everyone has pain [...]