Dr. Stephen Swirsky Appointed Medical Honoree for Walk to Cure Arthritis
Congratulations to Dr. Stephen M. Swirsky DO, who was honored as a medical honoree at this weekend's Walk to Cure Arthritis.
Published on: 05/17/2016
Dr. Stephen Swirsky, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon at Nicklaus Children’s, has been selected by the Arthritis Foundation as a medical honoree for the 2016 Walk to Cure Arthritis of Broward County. Walk to Cure Arthritis is the Arthritis Foundation’s nationwide signature event that supports its mission to conquer arthritis by spreading awareness and raising money for research aimed at finding a cure. Dr. Swirsky joined hundreds of supporters at the Broward County Walk to Cure Arthritis which took place on Saturday, May 14 in Fort Lauderdale.
Dr. Swirsky specializes in sports medicine and injury prevention and provides care through the Orthopedic Surgery Program and Nicklaus Children's Miramar Outpatient Center.
About the Arthritis Foundation
The Arthritis Foundation is the Champion of Yes. Leading the fight for the arthritis community, the Foundation helps conquer everyday battles through life-changing information and resources, access to optimal care, advancements in science and community connections. The Arthritis Foundation’s goal is to chart a winning course, guiding families in developing personalized plans for living a full life – and making each day another stride towards a cure. The Foundation also publishes Arthritis Today, the award-winning magazine that reaches 4 million readers per issue. Visit www.arthritis.org
Congratulations to Rani Gereige, MD, MPH, FAAP who received the AAP Section on Oral Health National Oral Health Service Award for working to advance children's oral health through education, medical/dental collaboration, and advocacy.
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Today we are seeing an increasing number of girls playing competitive sports, with roughly 200,000 at the collegiate level. This rise in 200,000 at the collegiate level. This risen in participation has afforded female athletes many social and health benefits including improved physical fitness, confidence, teamwork and a decreased risk of obesity.
The STOP Sports Injuries Campaign wants to be sure that you have all the information you need to keep kids in the game for life. Whether you are an athlete, coach, healthcare provider or parent, we have the sports injury prevention tips and tools to make sure safety is your first priority.
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