with Dr. Tom Miller
Dr. Tom Miller, Chief Medical Officer and Internal Medicine at University of Utah Hospital, talks to medical experts about a wide array of health topics.
The rotator cuff is a group of tightly connected muscles that stabilize the shoulder joint. These muscles can be torn in a traumatic injury or simply by age-related wear and tear. According to Dr. Bob Burks, professor of ... Read More
Kids and adults can both injure their knees doing the same things. Skiing accidents, overuse with sports, trips and falls. But kidsâ€™ bones are still developing well into their late teens, which can make treatment more risky. Read More
A sprained or torn ACL is pretty common in Utah. Hiking, running, skiingâ€”or as Dr. Patrick Greis describes it, tying long boards to your feet and throwing yourself down a mountainâ€”are good ways to injure a ligament. ... Read More
With the latest techniques and implants, younger people than ever before are replacing their joints with very few restrictions. Dr. Chris Pelt, a University of Utah orthopedic surgeon, talks about what patients can expect ... Read More
Your coach says you might have a pulled groin while running or playing sports. But is that what it really is? Contrary to what people hear, groin pulls are not common. Multiple groin pulls are even less common. Dr. Tom ... Read More