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Olympic athlete back to training following surgery

Jamie Rauch, 41 of Chicago, understands the mental and physical demands on the Olympic athletes in Tokyo this summer.

In 2000, after helping the University of Texas men’s swim team win an NCAA championship, he was tapped to join the U.S. Men’s Olympic swim team and compete in Sydney, Australia. A 15-year-old Michael Phelps was also asked to join the team for the first time.In Sydney, themen’s and women’s swim team brought home a total of 33 medals, including a silver for Rauch and his teammates in the 4 x 200-meter freestyle relay.

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Back to golf and hoops after shoulder replacement

After a rotator cuff tearand years of shoulder painwhicheventually caused him to give up golf and basketball, Mike Bauer, 57, of Bloomington, IL was ready to get back to his favorite activities. And he knew exactly the right people to ask about the best surgeon for his care and treatment.

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College student’s life is uphill again after skiing accident

The morning that Mary Kate Sullivan, 19, woke up to go skiing with her dad at Alpine Valley, WI, she had an “odd feeling.” She explains, “I just felt like something was going to happen that day.”

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D1-Bound Volleyball Player Hitting the Court Again After Knee Surgery

An estimated 500,000 U.S. high school students play competitive volleyball — and four times as many of them are girls. With that many kids playing volleyball, injuries are bound to follow. But, when you think of volleyball injuries, you probably think of an ankle sprain or shoulder pain, right?

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Indiana Man and Pro Quarterback Share Unusual Shoulder Injury

Lucas DeVries, 23, of Dyer, Indiana, and a former high school football player, has something unusual in common with New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees. Both athletes have experienced an uncommon shoulder injury called a pan labral tear. While labral tears are fairly common in athletes, the pan labral tear is not.

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