Apr 08, 2014
Dr. Bright McConnell of Charleston Sports Medicine discusses Tekscan. This test, which examines a runner's gait, can help athletes prevent injuries. Charleston Sports Medicine is the preeminent center for sports medicine in SC.
Mar 27, 2014
Dr. Bright McConnell of Charleston Sports Medicine recently treated a tennis player that was sidelined due to tennis elbow. The minimally invasive procedure, Tenex Health TX, relieved her pain and got the player back on the tennis court.
Dec 11, 2013
Tenex Health TX is offered locally at Charleston Sports Medicine. States Bright McConnell, III, MD, “Tenex Health TX is a minimally invasive procedure for those that have tendon pain caused by trauma or repetitive motion injuries.”
Nov 26, 2013
VO2Max test can help athletes improve performance and help others reach optimal potential in workouts. Charleston Sports Medicine offers this testing which measures oxygen levels. www.charlestonsportsmed.com
Jul 01, 2013
Dr. Bright McConnell of Charleston Sports Medicine offers tips to help those that want to stay in shape this summer and beat the heat. Charleston Sports Medicine is located in Charleston, SC.
Jul 01, 2013
A new study determines vitamin D levels are insufficient in most people, and these low levels can cause injuries in elite athletes. Dr. Bright McConnell of Charleston Sports Medicine explains the importance of Vitamin D supplements.
Jun 03, 2013
Bright McConnell, III, MD of Charleston Sports Medicine is now offering computerized gait analysis using the F-Scan® in-shoe pressure measurement system. Charleston Sports Medicine is the preeminent center for sports medicine in South Carolina.
Nov 26, 2012
Charleston Sports Medicine's Dr. Bright McConnell speaks with the Moultrie News about Marcus Lattimore's knee injury. Charleston Sports Medicine is the preeminent center for sports medicine in South Carolina.
Sep 20, 2012
Dr. Bright McConnell of Charleston Sports Medicine recently spent time at the Barclays PGA golf tournament performing DEXA scans on the PGA professionals.
Aug 04, 2012
Dr. Bright McConnell, III of Charleston Sports Medicine performs the FAST procedure combined with PRP. This procedure is a minimally invasive way to treat tendon injuries. McConnell is the first surgeon in Charleston to perform this procedure.