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Dr. Stark was recently quoted in a Self Magazine article about finding the right running shoes! According to Dr. Stark, shoes can play a big factor in your ability to stay injury free!
Dr. Stark speaks to Men's Journal about when you should and shouldn't decide to fit in that workout if you are feeling under the weather. He also provides tips and tricks on how to beat your illness faster so that you can get back to your regular schedule! Read more at Men's Journal!
Dr. Stark speaks to Runner's World on tips for surviving your winter runs and how to reduce congestion in the nose before, during and after your outdoor runs!
Dr. Stark gives insights on running a private practice as well as an overview of the challenges and benefits that come with it. Read the article at TheDO.osteopathic.org
Dr. Stark weighs in on the causes of Rhabdomyolysis and tips to prevent it, such as getting hydrated before strenuous exercises and progressing slowly and gradually with exercise programs. Read the article at Byrdie.com
Dr. Clifford Stark recently participated in STEAM Night out, sponsored by the Cush Foundation at the Barnes and Noble in Union Square. Dr. Stark and former professional basketball player Ron Harper presented together to stimulate interest in Science as it relates to osteopathic medicine and sports medicine.
Dr. Naresh Rao is headed to the 2016 Olympics games in Rio as the US Men's Water Polo head Physician. Read about his journey to the games in Forbes Magazine!
Dr. Clifford Stark Writes Chapter of Principles of Manual Sports Medicine Dealing with Tennis Elbow and other Common Elbow Injuries.
Dr. Stark Acts as the Expert on Non-Surgical Pain Relief Alternative called Prolotherapy.
Dr. Degenhardt Weighs in on Alternative Treatments for Allergy Sufferers in FOX News Health Blog.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment, which is strikingly straightforward and easy to perform, centers on injecting portions of a patient’s blood directly into the injured area, which catalyzes the body’s instincts to repair muscle, bone and other tissue. Most enticing, many doctors said, is that the technique appears to help regenerate ligament and tendon fibers, which could shorten rehabilitation time and possibly obviate surgery.
Living with Sports Injuries provides a comprehensive overview of the causes and types of sports injuries, treatment and prevention, and more. Providing a crash course in sports injuries, this new book examines head and neck, shoulder, elbow, and hip injuries, and much more. Written in clear, straightforward language, this user-friendly book includes case studies and dramatized, real-life examples to illustrate the everyday impact of living with sports injuries.
Berkeley College is pleased to announce that Dr. Clifford Stark has agreed to serve as team physician for Berkeley's New York athletic programs.
Dr. Stark is the Medical Director of Sports Medicine at Chelsea in Manhattan and is a board certified physician with dual certification in both sports medicine and primary care. He is currently a member of the teaching faculty at NYU Langone Medical Center, having been on faculty at Columbia University/New York Presbyterian Hospital as the Director of Sports Medicine and Orthopedics for the family medicine residency for 6 years.
Dr. Stark currently serves as a team physician for various national organizations including USA Gymnastics, and has treated many world-class athletes at facilities across the nation, including the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. Dr. Stark himself was a competitive tennis player and teaching professional around the nation for more than 10 years, so he also has first-hand experience of athletic participation at all levels.
Dr. Stark is one of only a select few physicians in the nation (and merely a handful in NY) specifically trained in primary care sports medicine, along with further specialization in state-of-the-art diagnosis and nonsurgical treatments for musculoskeletal injuries, such as diagnostic ultrasound, ultrasound-guided injections, prolotherapy, PRP (platelet rich plasma) injections, and osteopathic manipulation.
Dr. Stark recently authored the book, Living With Sports Injuries, published in 2010.
Dr Degenhardt moved into action quickly as he responded to a distressed swimmer at a beach in Sandy Hook, NJ. Using his stand-up paddleboard (SUP), he quickly paddled out to meet the near-drowning swimmer, got her onto the paddleboard and safely brought her back to shore.
Dr. Naresh Rao Appointed Head Physician for Men's USA Water Polo Team and Serves as Physician for FINA World League Super Finals in Dubai.
Dr. Aran Degenhardt Utilizes his Background in Sports Medicine while Acting as Team Physician for the U.S. National Water Polo Team.
Get his expert take on this new technology and the benefits of cryotherapy treatment cryotherapy treatment.
Dr. Stark discusses how to abetter diagnose sports-related injuries following the tragic death of a NJ high school football player.
Dr. Stark appears on Fox and Friends to discuss the incident that led to the tragic death of one high school football player in NJ.
Dr. Rao will be working in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this summer to provide medical care for Team USA's elite athletes.
Dr. Rao's new book, Step Up Your Game is set to be published February, 2nd 2016.
As a sports and wellness medicine practitioner whose clients include Olympic and professional athletes, triathletes, and weekend warriors, Dr. Naresh Rao has uncovered the secrets of how and why elite athletes consistently perform at the highest levels. In Step Up Your Game, he reveals what separates the best athletes from the rest of us, despite our best efforts in any chosen sport.
According to Rao, top athletes know that peak performance requires much more than consistent practice. He reveals a comprehensive program that takes into account every aspect of optimizing wellness—from monitoring health to improving nutrition, following a thorough training protocol, and developing a plan for recovering from and preventing injury. The mental game is just as important as the physical one; these athletes make sure to address their motivational, psychological, and spiritual needs, too. In short, the athletes who are at the top of their game know that if they want to improve—whether it’s their accuracy at the goal, time at the finish line, or consistency of play—they need to take each of these aspects into consideration every single day.
Step Up Your Game reveals how remarkable success is available to athletes with the conviction and desire to improve. By integrating Dr. Rao’s program into an existing fitness routine, readers will take ownership of their training in a systematic way, remove the stress that often hampers outcomes, and—most importantly—begin to fully enjoy their exercise experience as they work to achieve their healthiest selves.