Alge Crumpler: Remaking of A Pro

A four-time All-Pro tight end with an NFL career spanning a decade with the Falcons, Patriots, Titans and Jaguars, Alge Crumpler was a legend on and off the field. Alge, 44, built a reputation as...

The Emory Soccer Medicine Program Offers Specialized Prevention and Treatment for Soccer Players of All Ages

Whether you cheer for the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team in the World Cup, play for an adult club in Alpharetta, or proudly wear your Atlanta United jersey to work on Monday mornings, you...

Augmented and Virtual Reality Tools Are Making Sports Injury Prevention Real for Young Athletes

College-level and professional athletes can access the most advanced training programs and technology for sports injury prevention and recovery. But researchers at Emory Sports Performance and Research Center say younger athletes would benefit most...

5 Ways to Reduce or Even Reverse Diabetes

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that more than 37 million Americans have diabetes – and more than 7 million of them do not know they have it. So it’s possible...

Ankle Pain: Is It a Sprain or Fracture?

It’s happened to all of us. You’re walking along and then one tiny misstep leads to ankle pain. Whether you were hurt while exercising, playing a sport, or just being “less than graceful,” you’re...

Regenerative Medicine Therapy and Sports Medicine with Dr. Destin Hill

As a member of the Emory Sports Medicine team, Destin Hill, MD, spends most of his time treating patients in the Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center at Flowery Branch – right next to the...

Emory Heart and Vascular Center Implants 500th Lifesaving Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD)

First used in the 1960s, the ventricular assist device supplies mechanical circulatory support by pumping blood from the ventricles, or lower chambers of the heart, to the rest of the body. Because the device...

Retired SEAC John Troxell Touts Emory Healthcare Veterans Program

Though John Troxell — former Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman (SEAC) of the Joint Chiefs of Staff — retired in 2020, he’s still just as busy. His new mission is to advocate for...