Sports Medicine

Dr. Raynor Returns as Chairman of 16th Annual DFW Sports Symposium

Dr. Khalid Alkhelaifi and Rodney Whiteley, PhD of the renowned Aspetar Sports Medicine Hospital in Qatar were the keynote speakers at the 16th Annual DFW Sports Medicine Symposium this past weekend in Southlake, TX.  The conference serves to educate athletic trainers and physical therapists from all over Texas and the surrounding states on many different issues related to caring for athletes.   Its attendees were able to participate in hands-on lab sessions as well as learn from some of the city/country's leading experts in sports medicine.

Dr. Raynor Speaks at the Vanderbilt Orthopaedic Society Annual Meeting

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Dr. Raynor returned to Nashville, TN to attend and speak at the annual Vanderbilt Orthopaedic Society (VOS) meeting.  Former residents and fellows gathered to discuss complex issues related to sports-related injuries this year.  Dr. Raynor lectured on hip arthroscopy and the diagnosis and treatment of hip labral tears and femoroacetabular impingement (FAI).

Hip Impingement (FAI) and Labral Tears Explained - Dr. Brett Raynor

In this video, Dallas, TX hip arthroscopy and sports medicine specialist, Dr. Brett Raynor, gives a brief description of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and hip labral tears.  He often uses diagrams in the clinic when explaining different conditions and treatment options, so he has created an animation for his patients to access as educational material.

Dr. Raynor Explains Rotator Cuff Tears

In this video, Dr. Brett Raynor gives a brief description of shoulder rotator cuff tears.  He often uses diagrams in the clinic when explaining different conditions and treatment options, so he has created an animation for his patients to access as educational material.

Dr. Raynor discusses hip labral tears and FAI

In this video, Dr. Brett Raynor gives a brief description of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and hip labral tears.  He often uses diagrams in the clinic when explaining different conditions and treatment options, so he has created an animation for his patients to access as educational material.

Dr. Raynor Returns as Sports Medicine Faculty for the Texas Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting in Ft. Worth

Dr. Raynor returned as faculty/speaker this year at the Texas Orthopaedic Association annual meeting in Ft. Worth.  He joined Dr. Christian Balldin, Dr. Jeff Padalecki, and Dr. Henry Ellis as sports medicine faculty discussing the evaluation and treatment of difficult problems encountered in the knee, hip, and shoulder.  Dr. Raynor specifically lectured on the evaluation and treatment of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and hip labral tears in the athlete using hip arthroscopy and discussed the applications and outcomes related to labral reconstruction.

Dr. Raynor Returns as Chairman of 15th Annual DFW Sports Symposium

Dr. Nebojsa Popovic of the renowned Aspetar Sports Medicine Hospital in Qatar and Dr. Bert Mandelbaum of the Santa Monica Orthopaedic Group were the keynote speakers at the 15th Annual DFW Sports Medicine Symposium this past weekend in Southlake, TX.  The conference serves to educate athletic trainers and physical therapists from all over Texas and the surrounding states on many different issues related to caring for athletes.   Its attendees were able to participate in hands-on lab sessions as well as learn from some of the city/country's leading experts in sports medicine.

Dr. Raynor Serves as Faculty Lecturer at AANA Fall Course 2017

Dr. Raynor joined a highly-esteemed list of faculty when he lectured at the Arthroscopy Association of North America Fall Course this past weekend in Palm Desert, California.  He gave an update on the efficacy of microfracture in the treatment of articular cartilage defects, highlighting some of the newer alternatives and augmentations to the technique.  He also served as part of a panel discussion with Dr. Brian Cole, Dr. Robert LaPrade, Dr. Jorge Chahla, Dr. Scott Faucett, and Dr. Mark Hutchinson discussing complex meniscal and articular cartilage situations.  He helped instruct the posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction mini-fellowship.