News : 2011

After her second jelly fish sting, swimmer Diana Nyad discusses her options with Michael Letter, PA, left, and Clifton Page, M.D. She chose to resume her quest, but eventually had to abort it.

Sports Medicine Team Witnesses Diana Nyad’s Determination

In the four years he’s been practicing sports medicine, Clifton Page, M.D., has treated all manner of injuries, from garden-variety bruises to dislocated shoulders, concussions and collapsed lungs. As one of the UHealth Sports Medicine physicians who care for UM team athletes, he’s usually ready for any emergency and to assuage the emotional toll significant injury can bring.

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Terrelle Pryor, left, and Tim “Ice” Harris answer questions at UHealth’s Student Ambassador Camp.

Sports Medicine Hosts Second Student Ambassador Camp

About 50 high school students who excel in academics and athletics heard valuable advice last month from an array of inspiring UHealth leaders and sports figures at the 2nd Annual Student Ambassador Camp, a day-long seminar designed to nurture leadership skills.

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Dr. Gregory Zych

Orthopaedic Trauma Division and METRC’s $66 million Grant

The University of Miami Ryder Trauma Center was identified as one of the core clinical sites for the Major Extremity Trauma Research Consortium (METRC), a $66 million grant awarded to METRC by the Department of Defense.

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