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January 19 2021

Introduction to Lifting | New 8-Week Program

Introduction to Lifting Basics of all Training Programs 8 Week Program Begins February 2, 2021 | Classes held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4pm – 5pm Why is this program important? To teach the basic lifting techniques the young athlete will need to be safe in their future programs. They will learn the Push, Pull, […]

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February 04 2020

ACTIVEkids

South Central Sports Medicine & Sports Performance+ will host ACTIVEkids. ACTIVEkids is a 6 week program designed for kids ages 8-12. ACTIVEkids is a unique, kids-only fitness program that will give your child access to gym equipment and exercises designed specifically for them. Our gym offers a safe environment that will boost your child’s health […]

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August 01 2017

Soccer | Healthy Tips

Soccer Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world and the fastest growing team sport in the United States. Although soccer provides an enjoyable form of aerobic exercise and helps develop balance, agility, coordination, and a sense of teamwork, soccer players must be aware of the risks for injury. Injury prevention, early […]

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June 21 2017

2017-18 Scholar Athletes

On Tuesday, June 20th, area coaches and local athletes gathered for the fourth annual South Central Sports Medicine Coaches Seminar. The event was held to update coaches on current trends in proper hydration prior-to and following athletics. Beau Lower, Director of Rehabilitation for the New Orleans Saints, was the keynote speaker. Along with updates in […]

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April 12 2016

Tennis Elbow | Derrick Burgess, M.D.

Tennis elbow is a general term used to describe the overuse of forearm muscles that results in pain at the elbow. Tennis elbow is not strictly related to playing tennis. In fact, fewer than 5 percent of patients with condition actually play tennis. Tennis elbow is caused by repetitive stress on the muscles and tendons […]

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