sports medicine

Marissa Vasquez, MD, is forging a path for women in sports medicine.

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • April 5, 2021

Find out how sports specialization might be impacting your child

By Chayil Champion • March 31, 2021

Doctors advise coaches to be wise as schools restart their athletic programs

By Chayil Champion • March 4, 2021

Regardless of age, both quarterbacks leave many in awe over their mental and physical abilities

By Chayil Champion • February 5, 2021

Adapting to a new sports world

By Sandy Cohen • October 9, 2020

"Stay at Home" Tips to Keep You Fit

By uclahealth • April 17, 2020
Before you start training for that next half marathon or dedicate yourself to a new kettlebell routine, there's one thing you should do first, says Philip H. Cohen, MD, a primary care sports medicine physician, and that's to clearly define some [...]
By uclahealth • August 1, 2018
Dear Doctors: My husband, who plays in a weekend soccer league, is troubled by some new reports he has read that suggest that soccer might as dangerous as football. Can you explain the studies? Your husband may [...]
By Ask the Doctors • July 27, 2018
  Thinking about using one of those ubiquitous motorized scooters to zip around town in Santa Monica, Westwood or another area? Before you hop aboard, you should take precautions and learn the rules of the road to prevent potentially serious injuries, says the lead emergency physician [...]
By Ted Braun @TedBraunUCLASM • July 26, 2018
Foam rollers have become more prevalent in gyms, exercise classes and therapy clinics during the past 10 years.  Many physical therapists use foam rollers to help patients recover from injuries – and for good reason.  This flexible piece of equipment can help [...]
By Simi Singer • June 12, 2018