Dr. Vadasdi On Air Live

ONS Sports Medicine Specialist  Interviewed During Hockey Game BroadcastKatherine Vadasdi, MD, with Rob Burnett

Katherine Vadasdi, MD, director of the ONS Women’s Sports Medicine Center discussed her speciality on air live with Rob Burnett on Thursday night, February 13.  The interview took place at the Dorothy Hamill Rink in Greenwich during the first and second periods of the Greenwich High School Varsity Hockey game against New Canaan. It was broadcast through the LocalLive Network. streaming service.

Keeping Players in the Game

Dr. Vadasdi and Rob also discussed the success of former Greenwich High Cardinal player and ONS patient, Alex Mozian, who has gone on to be an All Star in hockey’s Junior League and is currently under consideration by a number Division 1 recruiters.

When Alex was a junior at Greenwich High School, he suffered four consecutive injuries, any of which could have ended his dreams of playing pro hockey.  Dr. Vadasdi  repaired Alex’s badly damaged. Dr. Vadasdi gave Alex credit for his determination to do whatever it took to safely recover as quickly as possible to get back on the ice.

Following the interview, Alex appears in an ONS commercial and credits the doctors at ONS for keeping his dream alive.

You can watch Dr. Vadasdi’s interview at 37:40 into the stream.



ONSF 7th Annual Medical Education Conference Features NBC Sports Broadcaster, Dan Hicks

ONSF_MedEdConBlog250jpgONSF will hold its 7th Annual Medical Education Conference, entitled Caring for Athletes of All Ages, on Saturday, November 7th at the Greenwich Hospital Noble Auditorium. Dan Hicks, NBC Sports – Lead Host  and Play by Play Broadcaster will deliver the Keynote presentation.  ONS orthopedic specialists, Tamar Kessel, MD and Mark Vitale, MD are the conference chairs.  Intended for physicians, nurses, physician assistants, physical and occupational therapists and athletic trainers and coaches, the one-day conference will feature presentations from 13 orthopedic specialists from ONS who will discuss different sports injuries in athletes of different ages and the newest approaches to effective rehabilitation.  Read more about the conference here.

There is no fee to attend this conference, but registration is required at www.ONSF.org or by calling 203-869-3131.