Effects of Playing the Same Sport All Year [Video]

Ask the Expert: Sports Medicine Video Series

Student athletes are specializing in a single sport earlier and earlier, often playing it year round. While this can accelerate their skills, it has some significant risks that come along with it. Listen to Summit Orthopedics’ sports and active medicine experts share the insights they’ve gained in their years caring for athletes and people with active lifestyles. Featuring sports medicine specialists Peter Daly, MD and Jack Skendzel, MD.

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  • Jack Skendzel, M.D.

    “An active lifestyle requires superior physical function, and I understand that my patients have exceptionally high standards for their performance and joint health. My goal is to return patients to optimal function so that they can continue to perform and master their personal athletic goals.”

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  • Peter Daly, M.D.

    “I understand the concern of athletes to get back to their sport. And I work in combination with our therapists
    to get them fully active.”

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