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Midwest Orthopaedics At Rush And Rush University Medical Center Hire Dr. Elizabeth Pieroth To Take Chicago Area Concussions Head-On

Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush (MOR) and Rush University Medical Center welcome Elizabeth M. Pieroth, PsyD, ABPP, board-certified Clinical Neuropsychologist, as the new Director of the Concussion Program at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush. She will begin seeing patients March 1 at MOR locations in Chicago and Oak Brook, IL. "Under the leadership of Dr. Pieroth, a world-renowned neuropsychologist with a primary expertise in the management of sports and non-sports concussions, our group -- and the entire Rush system -- will have the most sophisticated concussion evaluation, management and return-to-sport program in the Midwest," explains Dr. Brian Cole, MOR Managing Director.

Reuters Sports News Summary

Sunday, December 1st, 2019

Following is a summary of current sports news briefs. NHL roundup: Avs rout Blackhawks in Rantanen's return Joonas Donskoi and Nazem Kadri had two goals apiece, Mikko Rantanen had a goal and three assists in his first game in more than a month, and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Chicago Blackhawks 7-3 in Denver on Saturday night. Nathan MacKinnon added a goal and two assists, Tyson Jost also scored and Philipp Grubauer stopped 26 shots for the Avalanche, who swept the back-to-back set against Chicago.

Gaudreau scores twice as Flames beat Blackhawks 4-3

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Johnny Gaudreau had a blast during Calgary's short stay in Chicago. Gaudreau scored two more goals, David Rittich made 32 saves and the Flames beat the Blackhawks 4-3 on Monday. The 25-year-old Gaudreau extended his goal-scoring streak to five games one night after the New Jersey native watched his beloved Philadelphia Eagles beat the Chicago Bears 16-15 in the first round of the NFL playoffs.

ICYMI: The Bears lose a shootout, the Bulls drop their home-opener and the Blackhawks

Sunday, October 21st, 2018

It was a busy weekend for Chicago sports fans, from the Bulls' home-opener, to two Blackhawks games and a shootout at Soldier Field between the Bears and Patriots. The Bears came a yard away on a Hail Mary pass from forcing overtime, ultimately losing a 38-31 shootout to the Patriots and showing they still have much to prove. Mitchell Trubisky said that there is a new standard and that coming up short is not good enough anymore.