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Your Health, Objectively. Treating Everyone Right.

In Your Corner with CORA has tapped into experts from around the country these past few weeks to cover the sport of baseball. Our baseball panels have explored everything from the different signs that your child may be playing through pain to common pitching injuries to overuse and return to play injuries (post-COVID) and now, last but not least, we’ll take a trip around the base pads to address batters and base runners. This week’s panel includes:

  • Dr. Rick Lehman, Director of U.S. Center for Sports Medicine + CEO LehmanHealth
  • Dalton Schumer, DPT – CORA Arnold (Missouri)
  • James Silvestri, PT, MDT – Senior Clinic Manager (Tennessee)

Prevent injuries before they happen by listening to our panel of baseball experts. Their dialogue seeks to provide you with just the right amount of knowledge and education to train and recover as well as demonstrate how PT can help keep you in the game.

What are the most common injuries that occur during base running? How do you train to avoid these and how do you rehab them? Hamstrings, oblique strains, tendonitis, labral tears, and so much more. And although these injuries can be serious, oftentimes it’s pesky soft tissue damage that can linger and keep you sidelined for extended periods of time — longer than they ever should.

CORA is in your corner with experienced partners, larger networks, and the resources available to deliver exceptional care to you — and uniquely for you!



In Your Corner with CORA: Running Injuries + Training During COVID-19

May 7, 2020
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In Your Corner with CORA: Dr. Richard Lehman on Serving Patients During COVID-19

May 1, 2020

Your Health, Objectively. Treating Everyone Right. Dr. Richard Lehman, Medical Director at US Center for Sports Medicine is an orthopedic surgeon in Des Peres, Missouri. He has been in practice for more than 20 years and is a member of the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. And now he sits down with our panel of special guests […]

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Fox 2 Now – Dr. Lehman – ‘Mirroring’ can help heal injuries on the opposite side of your body

June 1, 2018

 ST. LOUIS, MO — Let’s say you injured your right arm. If you exercise your left arm you might speed up the healing process in the other arm

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Fox 2 Now – Dr. Lehman – Doctor says it’s possible Molina could be back in half the time

May 8, 2018

 ST. LOUIS – Yadier Molina suffered a traumatic pelvic hematoma Saturday when a fast pitch, flying at 102 mph, hit him in the groin. Internal bleeding from the injury was so out-of-control it required emergency surgery says orthopedic surgeon Dr. Rick Lehman.

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Fox 2 Now – Dr. Lehman – New methods to recover from a muscle injury

March 29, 2018

 ST. LOUIS, MO – Orthopedic surgeon Dr.  Richard Lehman of the U.S  Center for Sports talks about new methods to recover from a muscle injury.

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Fox 2 Now – Dr. Lehman – Coordination: The key to athletic success

March 13, 2018

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Balance, rhythm, spatial reaction and awareness: All are elements in coordination, and all are necessary for an athlete. A young athlete especially has to hone these skills early in order to maintain them later in their athletic life. Here to explain further is Dr. Richard Lehman, director of the US Center […]

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Fox 2 Now – Dr. Lehman – 5 simple stretches to relieve a headache

January 16, 2018

ST. LOUIS, MO — Dr. Richard Lehman joins us with five simple stretches you can do to relieve your headache.

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Fox 2 Now – Dr. Lehman – Watching hockey affects those with cardiovascular disease

December 21, 2017

ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Watching hockey could affect fans with cardiovascular disease; in some cases, it can even double the heart rate according to a study by the Montreal Heart Institute. The Medical Director of the US Center For Sports Medicine, Dr. Rick Lehman, joined us to discuss it.

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