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We Believe in Me gives high school athletes a boost | TBN Weekly

Three years ago, Damian King was failing geometry. King was a star football player at Indian Rocks Christian School, able to play because his overall GPA was 2.1. But his core GPA – based on academic classes including English, math, science, social studies and foreign languages – was only 1.6.

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Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay Names Dr. Scott Goldsmith Chief Executive Officer | Benzinga

Dr. Scott Goldsmith, one of Tampa's busiest total joint surgeons, will be responsible for the continued growth of OMG while ensuring the quality of patient care and corporate culture remains at the highest level.

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Orthopaedic Medical Group Of Tampa Bay Comes To FishHawk | Osprey Observer

The large concrete block structure FishHawk residents have been watching take shape at the corner of Circa Crossing Dr. and Mosaic Dr. in Lithia, adjacent to Kids ‘R’ Kids child care facility, will be the new home of Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay (OMG).

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Within arm’s reach: South Florida Baptist Hospital gets new robot | Plant City Observer

Dr. Scott Goldsmith knows the operating room in South Florida Baptist Hospital like the back of his hand. He’s a prior chief of surgery and current chief of staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital South in Riverview. He specializes in total joint replacement surgery, including surgeries for shoulders, knees, elbows and hips.

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OMG Expert Features

Is Running Bad For Your Knees? | Marathon Handbook

While running can lead to knee pain – and we’ll explore the factors that can influence this and how to mitigate them, the evidence is clear that over the long-term, runners actually have better knee health than non-runners.

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Self-care for Physicians: 5 Strategies for Success | Merritt Hawkins

More physicians and medical students are aware of the importance of self-care, compared with 20 or 30 years ago, according to sleep medicine specialist Janet Hilbert, MD, assistant professor of clinical medicine at Yale University School of Medicine.

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How to Avoid Injury When You're Getting Back into Being Active | Openfit

When you’re starting a new exercise routine or just getting back into being active, it’s common to focus on results. You want to accomplish your goals as quickly as possible — who doesn’t? But it’s important to remember that fitness is a long game. And in order to play it, you need to avoid exercise injury.

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Podcast Appearances

Winston Lightbody of EVO Athletics and Mark Sando of Orthopaedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay | The Weekly Check-Up

Winston Lightbody, Jr. was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. He graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Athletic Training. While studying at UCF, Winston gained valuable experience as an Athletic Training Student for two Orlando high schools and NCAA Division 1 UCF Athletics covering a wide range of sports.

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The Weekly Checkup Discusses Anti-Gravity Treadmill & PT for Common Ankle Injuries | Cora Physical Therapy

CORA’s sports medicine expert, Samantha Bachman, MS, LAT, ATC and Dr. Patrick Donovan, DPM of Orthopedic Medical Group of Tampa Bay (OMG) joined The Weekly Checkup Radio Show in Tampa to discuss how the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill can help keep you healthy along with common foot and ankle injuries and how proper physical therapy can get you back in the game better faster. Listen below.

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