The Female Athlete Triad
1. Identify common problems unique to the female athlete, such as ACL injury, menstrual dysfunction, bone disorders, and eating disorders.
2. Identify and manage risk among female athletes for bone or ligament injury (stress fracture, osteopenia, osteoporosis, ACL injury).
3. Identify, evaluate and manage menstrual dysfunction in female athletes.
4. Identify and manage disordered eating.
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Suzanne Hecht, MD, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Division of Sports Medicine; Team Physician and Fellowship Director, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Susan Joy, MD, Director, Women’s Sports Health, Cleveland Clinic; Head Team Physician, Cleveland State University; Consultant, Cleveland Cavaliers; Cleveland Clinic, Independence, Ohio
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