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Preventing Injuries in Youth Sports
A nonprofit organization in St. Louis seeking to create safer high school sports programs offers four things parents, athletes and coaches can do to prevent sports injuries.   Read More
Cam Reddish agrees to a multi-year shoe deal with Nike
While recovering from a core muscle injury repaired by Dr. Meyers, Atlanta Hawks rookie Cam Reddish signed a shoe deal with Nike.   Visit Site
Core Muscles Injuries in Athletes
The purpose of this review is to provide a general perspective on the current understanding of lower abdominal and groin injuries, among the most common causes of pain and lost playing time in sports, and a summary of recent advances.   View PDF
Superfood of the Day: Goji berries
Goji berries are regarded as a longevity, strength-building and immune boosting food.   Read More
Jamal Murray Undergoes Successful Surgery
Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray had a core muscle injury surgically repaired by Dr. Meyers after the 2016-17 NBA season.   Visit Site
Mason Plumlee Undergoes Successful Surgery
Denver Nuggets forward Mason Plumlee returned to play in all 82 games the following season after offseason core muscle surgery by Dr. Meyers.   Visit Site
Suns' Brandon Knight has sports hernia surgery
Phoenix Suns point guard Brandon Knight had a sports hernia surgery performed by Dr. Meyers   Visit Site
Exercise and women's heart health after 30
Staying physically active is far more likely to determine a woman's future risk of heart disease than any other well-known factor, including smoking, obesity and high blood pressure, a 2014 Australian study reported.   Read More
Iowa Qb C.J Beathard has surgery
Dr. Meyers is nationally recognized as a pioneer in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of core muscle injuries as he performs surgery on Iowa QB C.J. Beathard   Visit Site
Report: J.J. Watt undergoes sports hernia Surgery
Houston Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt played with a groin injury for six games before experiencing a "breaking point." That's when he visited Dr. Meyers and the Vincera Institute, where teammate Arian Foster also had surgery.   Visit Site
Dr. William Meyers gets right to the core of athletes' injuries
Chances are, if a professional athlete has had surgery to repair a core injury, Meyers was the guy who performed it. Read his interview with Fox Sports.   Visit Site
Back to Activity after Hip Arthroscopy
Activity and exercise are central to this 30-year-old woman's life. Here's how she traveled the road to recovery after hip surgery.   Read More
Defender Adailton Undergoes Core Muscle Repair Procedure
Chicago Fire defender Adailton underwent a core muscle repair procedure by Dr. Meyers in 2015.   Visit Site
Arian Foster undergoes Groin surgery, could be back in two to three months
Arian Foster, a star NFL running back for the Texans in 2015, had a groin injury repaired by Dr. Meyers during training camp and was back on the field for games in October.   Visit Site
Texans RB Arian Foster to undergo groin surgery on Friday
Dr. Meyers is noted as the doctor who will perform surgery on Arian Foster of the Houston Texans.   Visit Site
Plasma exchange therapy in patients with complex regional pain syndrome
This study shows that plasma exchange therapy is effective in a subset of patients with severe and long-standing complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and that the reduction in pain following the initial series of treatments can be maintained with a regular treatment schedule.   View PDF
Dr. William Meyers gets right to the core of athletes' injuries

Dr. William Meyers gets right to the core of athletes' injuries

Chances are, if a professional athlete has had surgery to repair a core injury, Meyers was the guy who performed it. Most recently, Meyers was in the news for his treatment of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who underwent surgery last week to repair an abdominal injury, and over the years, he's taken care of some of the world's biggest stars, from Adrian Peterson and Arian Foster to Justin Verlander and Robinson Cano, with athletes from just about every level of every sport in between.

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Dr. William Meyers gets right to the core of athletes' injuries

"We Really Focus On Kids": Philadelphia's Vincera Institute Helping Children Succeed Through Sports With Celebrity Golf Outing

A celebrity golf outing and a Philadelphia-based institute and foundation behind the event are helping kids succeed through sports. The golfers teed up Monday, even in the bad weather. Professional golfer Sean O'Hair is still recovering from surgery on the oblique muscle in his abdomen that he tore at Pebble Beach. "I was pretty scared, first major injury as an athlete, didn't know if I was going to be able to play golf again," But he's back on the links with a new appreciation for his core.

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Meet the Crotch Doc

Meet the Crotch Doc

If you want a statistical measure of Meyers' surgical genius, you could start with the success Roy Oswalt and Cliff Lee had in the years after their surgeries. Lee made four all-star games and won a Cy Young Award. Oswalt won 163 games, became one of the most durable pitchers in baseball, and, post-surgery, earned more than $96 million. "Dr. Meyers saved my career," Oswalt says plainly.

Over the years, Meyers has saved the careers of baseball, basketball, football, hockey, and tennis stars and helped thousands of weekend athletes — including me. Somewhat by accident, he invented a surgery to repair an injury that, in previous generations, forced athletes to retire; an injury that didn't even have a name, because it didn't show up on standard MRIs.

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