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Sports Concussion Q&A With Dr. Fiechtl and Jay Moore

The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee’s sports medicine specialist Jim Fiechtl, M.D., and Williamson Medical Center’s director of Athletic Training Jay Moore recently sat down to answer questions from the community about sports concussions. Q: What causes a sports concussion? Fiechtl: A sports concussion is caused by some sort of force that has been […]

Helping Patients Get Back On Their Feet

For Geoff Watson, M.D., a foot and ankle surgeon at the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, caring for patients with lower extremity injuries comes naturally. During his first month of residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, his dad suffered a tendon injury, and he learned firsthand the importance of proper diagnosis and […]

Early treatment of injuries key to keeping young athletes in the game

“Shaking it off” and “toughing it out” are all too synonymous with sports injuries. While sprains and breaks are nothing new for athletes, teens are especially likely to push through the pain for fear of missed practices, games and scholarships. “The fall sports season often brings to light injuries that have plagued athletes all summer […]

Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, Williamson Medical Center named official sports medicine providers for Williamson County high schools

FRANKLIN, Tenn. — The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee and Williamson Medical Center are partnering to serve as the official sports medicine providers for Williamson County’s high school athletes. As of July 2018, trained medical professionals will be on hand at all TSSAA-sanctioned practices and games. Certified athletic trainers employed by Williamson Medical will […]

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