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Medical Mondays: Sports Injuries

Whether you’re playing a pick-up game of basketball or training for a marathon, with any sport comes the chance of injury. This week, UPMC’s HealthBeat blog features a Medical Mondays post on sports injuries. Learn about the seven most common sports injuries and get tips on how to prevent them.

Watch a video of Chris' knee injury treatment and recovery.

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Did you know that UPMC offers health and wellness classes all over western Pennsylvania? Our goal is to improve the health of our communities through education. We offer classes on all types of health topics, including cancer, diabetes, nutrition, pregnancy, and many more!

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The UPMC Center for Engagement and Inclusion’s mission is to ensure that engagement and inclusion are at the core of what we do every day. We strive to build on a foundation of dignity, respect, and cultural competency. We care about the experience of our patients, employees, Health Plan members, and customers.

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