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Fall Sports Seasons!

Monday, August 17th, 2015

Redding Personal TrainingAugust Means Back to School and Fall Sports Seasons for Young Athletes

Summer is winding down and for many of the North State’s young people that means a return to school and participation in fall sports such as football, volleyball, cross country, swimming, soccer and more.

As the sports medicine provider for both Shasta College and Simpson University, along with many of the Area’s sports teams, Shasta Orthopaedics offers athletes of all ages a variety of services to keep them healthy and to optimize performance:

Anderson Silva Leg Injury And Return

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014
Anderson Silva Leg Injury And Return

photo: UFC.com

For those unfamiliar, Anderson Silva is a UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship, the largest mixed martial arts organization in the world) fighter who is recognized as one of the greatest middleweight champions of the sport (Silva was undefeated with 14 wins prior to his first fight with Chris Wiedman. Note the injury occurred in his 2nd fight with Wiedman).

Athlete’s Edge Series: New Research in Concussions

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

Diagnosing and Treating Concussions

New Research in Concussions Leads to Revised Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment

In March, the American Academy of Neurology updated its guidelines for managing concussions. The new guidelines now emphasize treating each concussion and each patient on a case-by-case basis. This is a departure from the idea of operating under a pre-defined scale to assess the severity of the concussion. The traditional technique which uses a grading scale to determine the intensity and severity of the concussion has been replaced with guidelines that favor removing athletes from play until they can be properly evaluated by a healthcare professional.

“Redding’s Largest Orthopaedic Center” – TV Spot #4

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Shasta Ortho is Redding California’s largest orthopedic center. If you break a bone, or have arthritis, you know where to go!