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Human Body - Central States Orthopedics

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Vol. 1 No. 3 – April 2014

CSO Quarterly

The Importance of Staying Warmed Up

To further reduce the risk of injury among youth baseball players, Darren Lunow, M.Ed., ATC, LAT, certified athletic trainer and coordinator of Central States Orthopedics’ Sports Medicine Outreach, said players need to stay warm – and warmed up. “The problem most players face is getting up to the plate in a properly warmed up manner, […]

Watch for Overuse Injuries in Youth Baseball

With youth and high school baseball and softball in full swing, so are young ball players’ arms – often repetitively. According to Dr. Jeff Fox, orthopedic surgeon at Central States Orthopedics, this could spell trouble for shoulders and elbows that are still developing. “One of the biggest risks of injury we see in youth baseball […]

Troy Glaser, D.O., Sports Medicine Physician

Dr. Glaser has a heart for working with athletes and understands the challenges they face. A former member of the Kansas State University football team, his love for playing team sports continues today. As a credentialed ImPACT Consultant (CIC), Dr. Glaser uses the ImPACT test to assist in concussion management for his patients. He enjoys […]

Prompt Care and Positive Service

Dr. Nonweiler said the difference starts from the very first phone call. “We respond with the same urgency our patients are feeling,” he explained. “Our goal is to get you in to see a specialist as soon as possible.” Part of being accessible to patients also means Central States Orthopedics accepts many different types of […]


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