Houston — University of Houston Strength Coach Fired After Report of “Rhabdo” Cases
Posted on Friday, February 15th, 2019 at 7:23 am by Williams Hart
On Tuesday, February 5, 2019, a strength coach from University of Houston was fired after a report of several “rhabdo” cases in the women’s soccer team.
According to Channel 2 Investigates, about a dozen of the members of the women’s soccer team were being treated for the serious medical condition known as rhabdomyolysis, or “rhabdo” for short, a condition characterized by the destruction of striated muscle cells. In extreme cases, it can lead to kidney failure.
When the university received reports that a number of the players tested positive for rhabdo, Minor Bowens, the strength coach, was terminated immediately, and his professional profile has since been removed from the University of Houston site.
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