Now that the Dallas Cowboys have clinched the NFC East title, fans are hopeful that their star running back DeMarco Murray is primed for a deep playoff run. So how might his surgically-repaired left hand hold up in the coming weeks? Dr. Alan Jones, the medical director of orthopaedic trauma services at Baylor University Medical Center at … Continue reading How might DeMarco Murray’s broken hand hold up?
There are images burned indelibly into my memory. They elbow their way into consciousness at unsuspecting moments. They grip memory by the throat, throttling it until memory turns purple, until hazy black dots swim in front of its eyes and a scream tries to force its way out of the pit of my stomach, only … Continue reading Facing domestic violence: a pastor’s perspective
The following blog post was written by Robert Berry, DO, the Medical Director of Sports Medicine at Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano. Dr. Berry is a board certified orthopedic surgeon interested in Sports Medicine. Over his career, he has worked with several sports teams, including the San Diego Chargers. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has had two … Continue reading Cowboys QB Tony Romo back injury outlook
Rarely does the general public see such a horrific act of domestic violence like what we saw this week in the video of former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancée and rendering her unconscious. The media firestorm that followed has been focused on the management of Rice’s professional career, as well as how the NFL generally … Continue reading Domestic violence often leads to traumatic brain injury