Community Medical School is back...and this month the focus is on sports medicine - KCBD.com
It's time again for community medical school, tomorrow, November 19th.
"Things like U-I-L rules with concussions, and there's lots of changes that we see almost on a daily basis that sports medicine is certainly on the cutting edge. It's one of the fastest growing career options in the U.S., so if you've got students that are in high-school, or even under-grad, and are considering that as a career choice, we have lots of students that are former college athletes, that want to stay involved with sports," says Dr. Toby Brooks, and associate professor of sports medicine at Texas Tech University Health Science Center.
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