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By Dev K. Mishra, M.D.
President, Sideline Sports Doc
Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University
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Eckerd College sophomore Kara Oberer knew she needed to do something at the plate in the 7th inning. Her team was down 1-2 against Florida Southern College. With two runners on base, she swung and connected. The result: a home run!
Only there was a significant problem. Oberer’s knee locked on the swing and she was in intense pain…
My wife is the planner in the family. I am spontaneous. Before I met her, I took a trip to Las Vegas and had an extra day alone. I took the opportunity to cross something off of my bucket list: Drive through the desert in a convertible. Without any planning or even directions I drove to Los Angeles…
One of the saddest things I had to do as a Director of Coaching for numerous soccer clubs was conduct exit interviews, meetings with players whom had decided to leave the club. Children quit sports for a litany of reasons, and my job was always to see what we could learn, so we could improve [...]
From January to June 2013, I wrote for Bleacher Report while doing a full-time data analytics internship with the company.
Many of my analytics projects involved tracking the numbers of the company’s social media initiatives or helping editors decide what stories and angles to assign. I found myself in the interesting position of finding the more compelling stories and later writing them myself…