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Sports medicine is a growth area and writers in this specialty have an in-depth knowledge of common injuries and how they relate to specific sporting activity. A sports medicine writer knows their anatomy and physiology, the mechanism of injury and health and safety legislation. They have data at their fingertips and know how different professionals interact to treat a sporting injury.

Sports medicine writers keep up to date with developments in the field, and know how technology and other innovations are changing the treatment of many injuries. They are able to write for a range of audiences from sports professionals to the general public.and their work is backed up by evidence and research.

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Medical doctor, writer and researcher. Work experience in healthcare management, hospital ward, and private practice, and over 10 years of professional experience as a writer for academic and scientific publications. Health information manager. My primary areas of research are Medicine, Law, Bioethics, and Philosophy.

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Pam S

Portland, Oregon, United States • Last online about 8 hours

Pam Sornson writes about technology, the law, parenting, and the environment, among many other subjects. Her legal background supports her comprehensive analytical skills and her compassion for humanity helps her to connect with clients on every level.

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Autumn R

Arizona, United States • Last online about 2 hours

I have a BA in Journalism from Arizona State University, where I was accepted to Barrett, the Honors College. Since 2008, I have written content focusing on the law, real estate, business, insurance, travel, education, digital marketing, and social media. There are few topics I haven't written about at this point, but I love learning something new every day, so I'm always up for the fun of researching and writing about new subjects.

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Rachael R

Dorchester, England, United Kingdom • Last online 1 day

I have a background in healthcare which includes nursing, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, programme management and commissioning in the UK health setting. I also write for the travel and leisure industry and am a walking guidebook author.

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Passionate, Creative Writer Providing Multiple Content Types for Your Needs Angela is a creative, well-rounded freelancer with over 10 years of experience in both writing and editing. She has driven content for hospitals, non-profits, counseling centers, publishing companies, and businesses. Angela has guest blogged about the freelancing life on the popular blog The Work at Home Woman, written for local magazines, and has a book available on Amazon. After receiving her Bachelor's of Education from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas, Angela taught 2nd graders for eight years. In 2008, she then pursued her dream of writing and began working as the editor of Cy-Fair Magazine. She has since helped Cy-Fair Hospital as its marketing assistant, American Artists & Writers Inc as a virtual assistant, and managed the social media ...

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Read Sample Sports Medicine Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect sports medicine content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our sports medicine writers:

The Future of Bladder Exstrophy Care in China

Bladder exstrophy care in China today

Dr. Zhou Huixia is the first to acknowledge that when it comes to the treatment of bladder exstrophy, China's medical system has room for improvement. Larger centers like Beijing and Shanghai are well-equipped to treat the condition, but in the less-developed autonomous regions, like Tibet and the far-west province of Xinjiang, children born with bladder exstrophy have far less access to necessary medical care. Unfortunately, it is these autonomous regions that see the country's highest concentration of children born with bladder exstrophy.

When asked about the reason for China's uneven distribution of bladder exstrophy...

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Optimizing Your Ophthalmology Practice: A Comprehensive Plan that Includes Digital Marketing & More!

Doctors are often so caught up in the day-to-day operations of being a doctor -- which includes, of course, caring for patients -- that they don't think to take the time to market their actual ophthalmology practice. And, in today's digital age, that marketing includes a plan for optimizing a website and performing a wide variety of digital marketing services for yourself and for your practice. In this blog post, then, we're going to discuss the various ways that you, as an ophthalmologist, will be able to market your business quickly and effectively using some of the best known digital...

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Hold End-of-Life Conversations Early to Build a Treatment Plan around Patient Values

As a physician, you strive to provide your patients with the best medical care possible – to manage their chronic diseases, to send their cancer into remission, to rehabilitate them after a stroke. But when is it too much? Do you know when your patients want treatment and when they would rather be made comfortable to let their illness take its course? How do you know the right time to initiate these end-of-life discussions? "As people's capacities wane, whether through age or ill health, making their lives better often requires curbing our purely medical imperatives – resisting the urge to...

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