Dr. Bright McConnell, III of Charleston Sports Medicine Performs DEXA scans at Barclays

Dr. Bright McConnell of Charleston Sports Medicine recently spent time at the Barclays PGA golf tournament performing DEXA scans on the PGA professionals.
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Sept. 20, 2012 - PRLog -- Dr. Bright McConnell, III of Charleston Sports Medicine recently spent time in New York performing body scans on professional golfers.   These DEXA scans are sponsored by GE and  can help diagnose areas of weakness for the players.   PGA players along with their trainers will use information from the body scans to help perfect their golf swing and improve their game.  
 Some of the professional PGA golfers that are benefiting from DEXA scans include Jim Furyk and Webb Simpson.
This cutting edge medical technology caught the eye of the media and received national attention.   Here is a video that aired on national television:

  Dr. McConnell performs DEXA scans in Charleston, SC at Charleston Sports Medicine.  Charleston Sports Medicine is the preeminent center for sports medicine in South Carolina. Our orthopedic services treat the full range of muscular and skeletal issues resulting from disease or injury to bones, ligaments, joints, muscles, tendons, and nerves.

At Charleston Sports Medicine, prevention and treatment share equal emphasis. Board Certified and fellowship trained in sports medicine, Bright McConnell, III, MD is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in knee, elbow and shoulder injuries. Nationally known for using the latest non-invasive procedures, Dr McConnell pairs orthopedic surgery experience with bone densitometry, cutting edge orthobiologics and age management credentials.

Charleston Sports Medicine offers a unique combination of conservative therapies, a center for bone health, and advanced sports performance testing, as well as renowned orthopedic surgery services for issues such as tennis elbow, knee injury and torn rotator cuff problems and tendonitis. They employ the most modern treatment methods and technologies including Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, in-office x-ray, ultrasound and Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA).
 For more information, log onto www.charlestonsportsmed.com.
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