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Our mission is to create a platform where players, parents, trainers and coaches can read up to date information and relate experiences focused on baseball arm health, injuries and wellness.

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Expert information provided by Dr. Marshall Kuremsky
Dr. Marshall Kuremsky is an expert in healing sports arm injuries and treatment. He holds certifications in Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, and Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery. In fact, he’s unique – the only Orthopaedic Surgeon in North Carolina to be Triple Board Certified!

Highly Experienced Team Physician
He completed a fellowship at the renowned American Sports Medicine Institute under the direction of Dr. James Andrews. Currently a practicing surgeon at Emerge Ortho, Dr. Kuremsky continues his interest in sports, working with athletes as a team physician. In 2017, he served as Team Physician for the Buies Creek Astros – the World Series Champion Houston Astros Minor League (Single A) affiliate. In addition, he works with the Holly Springs Salamanders semi-pro baseball team, Campbell University, and the University of Mt. Olive Baseball Teams.

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Dr. Kuremsky’s Houston Astros World Series Ring


Educator and Author
orthopaedic sports medicine textbookDr. Kuremsky is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at Campbell University School of Medicine. In addition to teaching, he presents at national meetings and publishes research on sports medicine and hand surgery. Recent publications include chapters on both arthroscopic elbow surgery and Tommy John reconstructive surgery in the leading sports medicine textbook “Orthopaedic Sports Medicine”.

Dr. Marshall Kuremsky is dedicated to educating trainers, coaches, athletes and parents of young athletes on arm health and injuries. To get the latest most accurate information concerning baseball arm health, sign up for his Blog/newsletter updates or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.



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Never dis­re­gard pro­fes­sional med­ical advice or delay in seek­ing it because of some­thing you have read on this blog or in any linked materials. If you think you may have a med­ical emer­gency, call your doc­tor or 911 immediately.

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