Orthopaedic Insights

Monthly Archives: March 2016

It’s National Athletic Training Month! Meet our Athletic Trainer Victoria Stanislawski. Victoria received her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training/Health Education from Kean University and her master’s degree from the University of South Carolina. As a graduate assistant, she worked as a Certified Athletic Trainer for the USC cheerleading and equestrian teams. She also served as a physician extender to two of USC Sports Medicine’s orthopaedic surgeons. Victoria completed The Steadman Clinic’s Athletic Training… Read More

It’s National Athletic Training month and a great time to shine the spotlight on our terrific athletic trainers. Today, you’ll meet Matt Vinnal. Matt earned his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training from Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ, and his master’s degree in Advanced Athletic Training from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu. He moved to Colorado in 2010 and participated in a physician extender fellowship. He later moved to Michigan and… Read More

First published in Summit Daily Q: I am a runner and I think I have IT band tendonitis. What can I do for it? Iliotibial band (IT) syndrome is a common cause of pain on the outside or lateral side of the knee. I see it commonly in my patients who are runners and cyclists or in athletes doing a sport where the knee undergoes repetitive flexion and extension. The IT band… Read More