UAB Medicine Named the Official Medical Provider for Talladega Superspeedway
UAB Medicine has been named the Official Medical Provider for Talladega Superspeedway
Undrafted Leonard Johnson goes from plumbing job to NFL chance with Giants
The timing of Leonard Johnson’s knee injury stunk worse than the smells on the plumbing job he took in the absence of football.
Keep your eyes, skin, muscles and joints injury-free this spring with these yardwork safety tips
Outdoor work can wreak havoc on those who do not take steps to protect themselves.Experts in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine say there are several ways to prevent and treat common yardwork and outdoor injuries.
Momaya publishes study on Traumatic Cartilage Degeneration
UAB Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Associate Professor Amit Momaya, M.D., published a study evaluating if similar inflammatory gene patterns exist between the synovium, hyaline cartilage, and blood of patients with knee joint tissues, seeing if one precedes the other.
10 sports medicine leaders to know
Below is a list of 10 sports medicine leaders who have made a positive impact on their organizations and have their sights set on future growth.
Momaya selected to AANA Education Committee – Orthopaedic Surgery | UAB
The Arthroscopy Association of North America has selected UAB Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Associate Professor Amit Momaya, M.D., as a member of their Educational Committee.
Man Front: Bryce Young's Injury Break Down & Talking UAB
The Monday edition of 3 Man Front rolled along as UAB's Dr. Amit Momaya joined the guys to help break down the shoulder injury that Bryce Young suffered during the Arkansas game.
UAB Orthopaedics offers new treatment option for rotator cuff injury
A massive and irreparable rotator cuff tear is a diagnosis that no patient, especially an active patient, wants to receive. Now orthopaedic physicians at UAB Medicine offer a new procedure
Momaya aims to reduce risk of re-tear for patients after an ACL injury
Each year, over 250,000 individuals in the United States will suffer an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, according to the Center for Disease Control.