sports medicine

UCLA Health to provide comprehensive medical care for the WNBA team

By Sandy Cohen • April 27, 2022

You may not have to wear your mask at the gym anymore, but there are a few things you can do to protect yourself and others

By Chayil Champion • April 14, 2022

Amateur athletes should be training their bodies if they are participating in recreational sports

By Chayil Champion • April 6, 2022

Symptoms of concussion in children can vary from headaches or lack of sleep to withdrawal and isolation

By uclahealth • March 7, 2022

Make sure you ease back in so as to reduce your risk of injury, UCLA Health experts advise

By Sandy Cohen • February 28, 2022

Hosting major events in big cities takes a lot of planning and preparation.

By Chayil Champion • February 9, 2022

What does the future look like for professional athletes and vaccinations?

By Chayil Champion • December 15, 2021

Tips for protecting yourself while working out under the sun

By Chayil Champion • September 9, 2021

How can athletes in contact sports protect their cognitive health?

By Chayil Champion • August 17, 2021

To perform on the highest stage for a prolonged period of time, you need to not only work on your physical foundation, but your mental foundation,” says UCLA Health sports psychologist Doug Polster

By Sandy Cohen • July 30, 2021