MOG Supports High School Basketball Tourney

MEMPHIS, TN — Memphis Orthopaedic Group will support the City’s student athletes through the 2013 Memphis Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) City High School Basketball Championship, which will be the last championship played under the Memphis City Schools umbrella. The tournament will be held at the FedExForum on February 9, 2013 in Memphis, Tennessee.

A tradition since the 1950’s, the annual championship will include six games and allows the City’s best student athletes to showcase their talent for the students, parents, grandparents and other who love the city and are passionate about Memphis High School basketball and the talent it produces.

The money raised through the tournament will directly benefit student-athletes of Memphis City Schools, a cause near and dear to the physicians and staff at Memphis Orthopaedic Group.

“We are dedicated to helping Memphis’ student athletes succeed, both academically and physically,” said Dan Hein, CEO of Memphis Orthopaedic Group. “Events like the City High School Basketball Championship give us the opportunity to support their educational and athletic experiences beyond high school.”

“Unfortunately, injuries are common in sports; we are invested in treating these students and getting them back to their studies and back on the court. that’s one of the best ways we can serve them,” said Hein.

Memphis Orthopaedic Group has served the greater Memphis area since 1942, and is a division of MSK Group, P.C., an integrated orthopaedic practice of twelve physicians. With 4 offices located around Memphis, each staffed by Board Certified Physicians, coupled with walk-in access during the day, in the evening, and on Saturday, we offer our patients unsurpassed convenience and availability. Our team strives to serve patients with the utmost professionalism, courtesy, responsiveness, and care so that they get back to life with the best possible outcome. For more information on Memphis Orthopaedic Group, please call 901.381.4MOG(4664).


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