Striking Out Pain
6/23/2015

Striking Out Pain

As a high school sports referee, Timothy McGee has to be just as active as the athletes he officiates during baseball and football season.

So when the Carroll resident started experiencing a nagging discomfort in his hip last spring, he set out to find relief. After seeking out a doctor, a physical therapist and then a chiropractor near his job in Columbus, he was still experiencing hip pain. “I was taking ibuprofen probably every other day,” he recalled.

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Bouncing Back
2/6/2015

Bouncing Back

Athletic trainer is first line of care for Lancaster athletes. Read More
Back To Saving Lives
1/28/2015

Back To Saving Lives

During a fire at the Lancaster Campground, Craig Spiller grabbed the heavy hose off of the fire truck and began to carry it toward the fire – just as the Lancaster Firefighter had done many times before. While trying to maneuver the hose, he heard a loud “pop” in his right shoulder. He immediately knew something was not right due to the pain and lack of mobility in his shoulder. Read More
FMC Physicians Are Tackling Injuries On The Field
1/27/2015

FMC Physicians Are Tackling Injuries On The Field

As the former Lancaster High School senior took the field for the Lancaster vs. Twinsburg football game, he felt invincible and unstoppable. But in an instant, everything changed. Read More
FMC Host First Prevention And Treatment Of Sports Related Injuries In Young Athletes Talk
8/28/2013

FMC Host First Prevention And Treatment Of Sports Related Injuries In Young Athletes Talk

On Monday, Sept. 9, 2013 at 6 p.m., Fairfield Medical Center will be hosting an event called Prevention and Treatment of Sports Related Injuries in Young Athletes.

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