Beyond a center for excellence, the Andrews Research & Education Foundation brings together the highest level of sports medicine education from doctors, researchers, and rehabilitation professionals. This collaboration delivers opportunities on many levels. We partner with industry leaders to research cutting-edge solutions that impact the future of sports medicine. We offer fellowship programs, equipping the next generation of physicians and surgeons with real-world experience and mentoring. We deliver educational solutions through videos, seminars, and documentation.

We work in the areas of injuries, physical and surgical repair, rehabilitation, and return to performance. We have become the definitive destination for up-to-date modalities and protocols that address sports medicine issues. We serve both the sports medicine and athletic performance markets, including: athletic trainers, physical therapists, orthopedic surgeons, coaches, and businesses involved in the athletic industry.

We deliver our evidence-based content on many levels including: webinars, seminars, white papers, and on-site training.  We welcome opportunities to partner with industry leaders to bring new and groundbreaking solutions to sports medicine.

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Come learn and earn 6 CME/CEUs, as Rahul Dasari, OT presents on "Rehabilitation of Tendon Injuries of the Elbow" at the upcoming Health Care That Works Conference on October 11, 2019. Accreditation Update: Approved for PT/PTAs (FL). Registration and more information at www.andrewseducation.org #andrewsref #education #sportsmedicine #orthopaedics #orthopedicsurgery ... See MoreSee Less

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AREF's, Dr. Hillary Plummer had an e-poster at the International Congress of Shoulder & Elbow Therapists in Buenos Aires, Argentina titled “Effectiveness of an Exercise Program on Range of Motion, Strength, and Lumbopelvic Strength in Division I Collegiate Baseball Players” #andrewsref #research #sportsmedicine #orthopaedics #orthopaedicsurgery ... See MoreSee Less

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Injury prevalence has been well described among baseball athletes; similarly, a better understanding of injuries in softball athletes is needed. Click on the article below to learn more. #andrewsref #research #sportsmedicine #orthopaedics

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