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[KMSP-TV, August 22, 2016]   Most kids love to run and be active. But when should they compete or train for runs?
August 22, 2016
[WCCO-TV, June 30, 2016]   Looking for a way to shave a few strokes off your golf game? A few minutes of stretching before you drive off the first tee might do it for you.
June 30, 2016
[KMSP-TV, May 11, 2016]   People are anxious to go outside and jump into new activities when the weather changes. Dr. Jamie Peters , an Allina Health sports medicine specialist, has some ideas on how to ease into the new season without injuries.
May 11, 2016
[KMSP-TV, February 21, 2016]   According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 30 million children participate in organized sports in the United States every year. The American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine said more than 5.5 million kids from age 5 through high school suffer injuries playing sports each year.
February 21, 2016
[WFTC - Game On, January 10, 2016]   The new movie, Concussion, featuring Will Smith, is bringing renewed attention to the permanent injury that multiple concussions can cause. Dr. Jamie Peters , a sports medicine physician with Allina Health's Sports and Orthopaedic Specialists , was interviewed on the new research on the dangers of repetitive head injuries.
January 10, 2016
[KMSP Fox 9, May 26, 2015]   A quick two minute test that can be administered on the sidelines may give an indication if a young athlete has suffered a concussion and should be taken out of the game. Sports medicine specialist Dr. Jamie Peters , at Allina Health 's Sports & Orthopaedics Specialsts talked with Fox 9 News about the test and concussion dangers for young athletes.
May 26, 2015
[KSTP TV, January 18, 2013]   Lance Armstrong's admission he took performance enhancing drugs has raised many questions. Among them, what drugs did he take and how did he escape detection for so long.
January 22, 2013
[KSTP TV, April 02, 2012]   Minnesota high school baseball has adopted new rules requiring bats that reduce the speed of the ball coming off the bat. Orthopedic surgeon Pearce McCarty , at Allina's Sport and Orthopaedic Specialists , says the goal is to reduce the number and severity of injuries for fielders.
April 05, 2012
[MedCity News, March 28, 2012]   The fear of sports injury is the ever-present, though less-focused-on, reality that plagues tournaments like March Madness , especially players who play the most games — the Final Four. But now, new treatments and new rehab tools are being developed to manage injuries like patellar tendonitis or perform anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
March 29, 2012
[KARE11, August 09, 2011]   Since late July, five young football players in Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina have died and heat is suspected in their deaths. Those cases have renewed calls for more stringent standards on practices during the summer months.
August 10, 2011