Chronic Repetitive Injuries Strike Lacrosse Players

With lacrosse’s surge in popularity over the past decade, chronic repetitive injuries are affecting players as the sport becomes a year-round game. Milford Marchant, M.D., Board-certified sports medicine specialist at MedStar Harbor Hospital in Baltimore, Md., writes in the Baltimore Sun that the medical community has not kept pace with the sport’s growth. As sports medicine physician for the Chesapeake Bayhawks Major League Lacrosse team, Dr. Marchant shares experience about treating repetitive injuries among high school and college lacrosse athletes.

Read Dr. Marchant’s full article in the April 12, 2012 edition of the Baltimore Sun.