Golf may seem like a low-injury sport, but your swing can wreak havoc on everything from your feet to your neck. Quad City Sports Medicine surgeon Dr. Waqas Hussain offers some tips for keeping fit for the links!
Dr. Waqas Hussain
15-year-old Gabrielle Pauwels is able to play soccer for UT again, thanks to ACL repair by ORA surgeon Dr. Waqas Hussain.
Girls today play soccer and basketball with the same passion and drive their dads once brought to the playing field. But girls face a greater danger of debilitating knee injury than their dads did. Learn some simple exercises to help keep your young female athletes safe on the playing field!
The Hussain family calls Moline and the Quad Cities home. They moved and raised a family here, the second generation went to college here and now they all practice medicine here as well.
56-year-old world champion Bill Carlough loves working with his high school wrestlers as much as competing in the Masters division.
“This is really the reason why you go into medicine. You want to try to help people get better. Help them get back to things that are important to them.”