OTRF newsletter features high school lacrosse changes, new pec tendon repair procedure and ditching sit-ups

The Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Teaching and Research Foundation’s (OTRF) Spring-Summer e-Newsletter, Active Bones, looks at an array of topics including changes in girls’ and boys’ high school lacrosse rules and equipment to help reduce injuries and a new pectoral tendon repair procedure developed by Dr. Steven Chudik, and interesting research that will have you ditching your sit-ups and providing proven ways to reduce your cholesterol without medication.

If you’d like to receive future issues of Active Bones, please email your full name and request to contactus@chudikmd.com/ and you will be added to the email distribution list. Past issues of the newsletter are available on the OTRF website at http://www.otrfund.org/e-newsletter/.

For more information about OTRF, its mission, educational and volunteer opportunities, visit the website at www.otrfund.org/.

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