Creator of Popular Sports Injury Blog Covers Spring Training Injuries and More
Online PR News – 29-March-2014 – Atlanta, GA – Using MRI and X-ray images, Dr. Anand P. Lalaji of Inside Injuries provides avid baseball fans with an “inside” scoop on baseball injuries leading up to the much anticipated Opening Day: March 31, 2014 and throughout the season.
Dr. Lalaji, a former baseball player and sports aficionado, created Inside Injuries to provide casual sports fans and diehard enthusiasts alike with the chance to establish a stronger connection with their favorite players and celebrities.
“As fans, we are driven to connect with famous people—it's just human nature,” said Dr. Lalaji. “Inside Injuries lets readers get an “inside” look at athletes and stars, and allows them to relate to them in a unique way.”
Last week, Dr. Lalaji offered sports fans a look inside Kris Medlen's forearm injury. Medlen, the starting pitcher for the Atlanta Braves, was seen grabbing his elbow after his first pitch to Matt Clark of the New York Mets on March 9, 2014.
While Braves fans had high hopes for Medlen's fast recovery, the most recent reports say that the Atlanta pitcher will be undergoing the second Tommy John surgery of his career.
Inside Injuries, which has a strong following on both Facebook and Google Plus, will continue to report on pre-season baseball injuries like Kris Medlen's, providing sports fans and Fantasy Baseball players with a reliable source for injury updates.
About Dr. Anand P. Lalaji
A board certified radiologist who specializes in orthopedic and sports imaging, Dr. Lalaji is the Chief Medical Officer and founder of The Radiology Group, a full-service radiology services company that has revolutionized health care imaging. By implementing a logistical, six sigma type of process chain interpretation, Dr. Lalaji and The Radiology Group are able to provide quick, accurate imaging results to patients in 20 states. Visit Dr. Lalaji online to learn more.