The Gloucester County Times published an article about Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), a therapeutic method being utilized at Cooper, that uses a person’s own blood to combat chronic pain caused by progressive joint damage.
Injuries and sports go hand-in-hand, which is why WIP/Philadelphia has turned to the Cooper Bone and Joint Institute over the past few months for answers to the sports medicine questions on every listener's mind.
If you can’t do the simple things you once did, you may be suffering from a shoulder condition. There are reliable, effective solutions. Join us on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 for a free seminar as Lawrence S. Miller, MD, discusses how you can address chronic pain and regain motion.
The Burlington County Times featured an article about the Cooper Bone & Joint Institute's free educational forum on concussions as a result of sports related injuries. The forum, which took place at Moorestown High School on Wednesday, September 1, 2010, focused on prevention and identification of concussions as well as available treatment options.
Sports medicine professionals from the Cooper Bone & Joint Institute of Cooper University Hospital are advising parents, athletes and coaches to educate themselves about head injury and concussion before the start of the fall and winter sports seasons. They also recommend baseline brain function testing for all athletes prior to the season, and within days after a head injury.
A panel of renowned medical experts in the field of sports related concussion presented the latest scientific evidence in practical concussion management techniques, at the Athletic Trainers’ Society of New Jersey (ATSNJ) 2010 Sports Concussion Summit in Plainsboro.
Sports-related concussion has been a hot topic recently, but competitive athletes are not the only people who suffer from these serious injuries. Each month, hundreds of patients are treated in Cooper’s Emergency Department and Trauma Center for mild to severe concussions, and many more seek treatment from various Cooper outpatient offices.