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The Vincera Foundation Presents:

A Conversation with Super Bowl Champion Andy Reid

On Sunday, August 30, 2020, Dr. William C. Meyers hosted a virtual conversation with Super Bowl Champion Andy Reid.

Many Philadelphia greats joined the conversation, including Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson, current and former Eagles, including Brent Celek, Jon Dorenbos, Brandon Graham, DeSean Johnson, Jason Kelce, Jason Peters, Ike Resse, and reporters Joe Decamara, Ray Didinger, Howard Eskin, and Anthony Gargano. All are strong supporters of Dr. Meyers and the Vincera Foundation.

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Our goal is to provide cutting-edge research and education on best practices in sports and core medicine, as well as to reach out to our community and youth to advance their fitness, health, and positive development for life by leveraging our resources on their behalf.

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Dr. William C. Meyers

Chairman & President, Vincera Institute

William C. Meyers, MD has dedicated 35 years to pioneering the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of core muscle injuries, formerly known as “sports hernias.” He has evaluated more than 25,000 patients, including many professional players from the NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, Premiership and other soccer leagues, tennis, golf, bull-riding and track and field. In 2013, Dr. Meyers established the Vincera Institute, a center dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of core injuries, and the Vincera Foundation, the Institute’s philanthropic initiative providing cutting-edge research and education.

His new textbook, Introducing the Core – Demystifying the Body of an Athlete, unveils numerous new anatomic and physiological considerations and injuries; and why this area of the body had stumped the medical world for so long. To learn more, visit:

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About Vincera Institute

Core injuries happen. We treat them.

It happens all the time. Athletes miss playing time due to abdominal, hip, and groin pain that stems from a difficult to diagnose injury. You need it addressed. We can help. The Vincera Institute is the only center in the world dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of core injuries. Quick, accurate diagnosis and treatment. Short recovery windows. Peak performance regained. We get your players back in the game.

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About Vincera Foundation

Vincera Foundation is dedicated to enhancing lives through research, education and community outreach.

The Foundation provides medical and professional education to healthcare and health professionals. Community outreach education includes our health and sports injury prevention workshops and seminars for coaches, educators, and students.

The Vincera Foundation’s education programs include:

Core Medical Research Education
  • Best Practices in Core Medicine
  • Medical Fellowships
  • Continuing Medical Education Programming
Community Outreach
  • Workshop for Coaches, Youth Athletes and Parents in Health and Sports Injury Prevention
2020 Campaign

Creating The Vincera Research Center.

The Center will contribute to the mission of the Foundation by being the research, education and innovation hub. The Center will foster break-through research, specialized education, and profound innovation.

The medical conditions collectively known as “core injuries” were born out of Dr. William C. Meyers’ discovery in the early 1980s that medicine had a misunderstanding of the basic anatomy and physiology of the pubic symphysis, the muscles that attach to it, and the hip. From that time, he has pioneered diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention protocols for core injuries. Vincera has partnered with the world’s leading experts on hip preservation, core anatomy, radiology, rehabilitation, athletic training, sports medicine, plus other experts. This team has conducted much research and generated peer reviewed research publications on this topic. Even after all of these advances, there still remain basic questions about the anatomy of the core. The Center will be the epicenter of the search for the answers.

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