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What is little league elbow

What is little league elbow

Introduction to Little League Elbow Commonly known as Little League Elbow, medial epicondyle apophysitis is a prevalent condition often seen in young athletes. This overuse injury occurs due to repetitive throwing motions, causing stress and


How are Concussions Treated?

Understanding Concussions: Definition and Causes A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI), induced by a blow, bump, or jolt to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain. It’s not

Sugar or fat

Sugar or fat? Which is worse to eat?

For those of you who just want the answer? It’s sugar.  Definitely sugar.  But read on to learn why. Understanding the Basics: Sugars vs Fats Before we delve into the intricate debate of ‘Sugar vs

Low blood sugar - how to manage

Low blood sugar – how to manage

Understanding Low Blood Sugar Low blood sugar, medically known as hypoglycemia, is a condition that occurs when the concentration of glucose in your blood drops below normal levels. Common Causes of Hypoglycemia Excessive insulin or

different food choices for reducing sugar and fat intake.

Concussion – Causes, Impact and Treatment

Understanding the Basics of Concussion A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) that alters the way your brain functions. It’s caused by a blow or jolt to the head or body that

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When to exercise after a serious illness

Understanding the Concept of Exercise After Serious Illness After battling a serious illness, the body often lacks the strength and vitality it once had. Resuming or even beginning a new exercise regime can be a

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The Most Common Physical Injuries Explained

Understanding the Basics of Physical Injuries Physical injuries, by definition, are harm or damage inflicted on the body’s structure or function, often resulting from accidents or violence. They can be minor, like a scrape or

Shoulder pain after 50

Shoulder pain after 50

Understanding the Aging Shoulder The shoulder joint is a marvel of engineering, providing a wide range of motion to your arm. It’s a ‘ball-and-socket’ joint, where the humerus (upper arm bone) fits into the scapula

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What is a sports medicine doctor

Defining the Role of a Sports Medicine Doctor A sports medicine doctor is a specialized physician with a laser focus on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of injuries related to sports and exercise. Their expert

Back Pain. Woman rubbing the muscles of her lower back.

Back pain in a teenager is a red flag!!

Understanding Back Pain in Teenagers: An Introduction Back pain, often described as discomfort or stiffness in the spine, is not just an adult issue. Surprisingly, an increasing number of teenagers are reporting back pain, making


Ascension Eating Disorders Austin Texas Clinic Closes

Our entire community was surprised by the closing of the adolescent medicine clinic at Dell Children’s in Austin Texas. However, for some patients, Medicine In Motion is here to help. Dr Pyron and our entire

Due to popular demand, we are presently have no appointments available for new eating disorder patients. We are however, adding more staff to high demand, and more spaces will open up shortly. Please fill out the form below to register your interest.”

    Due to popular demand, we are presently have no appointments available for new eating disorder patients. We are however, adding more staff to high demand, and more spaces will open up shortly. Please fill out the form below to register your interest.

    Dr Martha Pyron
    Martha Pyron, MD
    Sports Medicine Specialist / Physician / Clinic Owner

    Dr. Pyron is board certified in both family medicine and sports medicine. She obtained her medical degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, completed a residency program in Family Medicine at Southern Colorado Family Medicine, and pursued a fellowship in Sports Medicine at Michigan State University, Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies. After becoming board certified in both family medicine and sports medicine, she started her career as a team physician for Penn State University. She then returned to her home state of Texas and worked as a Sports Medicine Specialist and Team Physician for the University of Texas at Austin.


    Dr Pyron is currently the founder and president of Medicine in Motion. She is an active member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the American College of Sports Medicine. She maintains a relationship with the University of Texas by teaching classes for the Athletic Training students and by providing the Medical Director role for the Exercise In Aging Research Laboratory headed by Dr. Hiro Tanaka at the University of Texas. In 2012, Dr. Pyron also became certified in Musculoskeletal Sonography allowing her to provide diagnostic and procedural ultrasound exams in her office at the time of a patient visit!


    Dr. Pyron has lived and worked in Austin since 2003 and has developed extensive connections with specialized orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, athletic trainers, strength trainers, and other healthcare professionals who provide excellent service. She enjoys working together as a team with a variety of healthcare professionals to provide customized and optimal care for her patients.


    Although Dr. Pyron also has training and is board certified as a family physician, she prefers to limit her practice to sports medicine. This means that she wants you to maintain your relationship with your family doctor, but see her for sports injuries, training questions, or illnesses which affect your activity level. Please let her know how she may best help you!


    In her off time, Dr. Pyron enjoys a variety of outdoor and sports activities including soccer, softball, running, biking, mountain biking, strength training, yoga, swimming, and sailing.