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Welcome to The Sports Medicine Podcast, hosted by Dr. Andrew Dold, MD - orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist. This is a series of interviews with world leaders in the field of Sports Medicine. Guests include orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine specialists, athletes, trainers, nutritionists, and others, all within the field of sports medicine! Interviews are intended to be informative and interesting for listeners, covering a variety of topics within the world of sports medicine ...
 
Today's athletes are able to become stronger and faster than ever before, and people are staying active and exercising until later in life. The latest strides in sports medicine are helping people stay healthy, active and strong. Experts in the field of sports medicine discuss the latest advances in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of sports and exercise-related injuries. Tune in to find out what you need to know to help your patients stay active.
 
This is a Sports Medicine and Science Podcast series hosted by Dr Andy Franklyn-Miller the Centre Director. Andy is a leading Sports Medicine Physician, having worked with elite sports teams in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the US. His sub-speciality interests are athletic groin pain , biomechanical imaging and running analysis and he is a regular contributer to mainstream media for opinions on doping, injury , performance and injury prevention. He is Director of SCC Sports Medicine, Eu ...
 
The Dr. David Geier Show is a weekly sports injury prevention, treatment and wellness show. Listen for the latest sports medicine and health information, breaking professional and college athlete injury news and sports injury question and answers with a top orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist. Go to drdavidgeier.com or reach out on Twitter or Facebook to submit your questions!
 
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With the International Olympic Committee as one of our founding members, the AISTS provides post-graduate Sport Management education, applied research and an engaging platform of connections. Discover the world of sports management through our exclusive podcasts focusing on Sports Medicine, featuring interviews with leading experts, professionals and academics. This podcast series was created by AISTS Head of Sports Medicine, Dr Boris Gojanavic (@DrSportSante) and are entirely scripted, reco ...
 
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine is an international refereed journal published for clinicians with a primary interest in sports medicine practice. The journal publishes original research and reviews covering diagnostics, therapeutics, and rehabilitation in healthy and physically challenged individuals of all ages and levels of sport and exercise participation. The Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine is the official journal of: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine American Osteopath ...
 
The monthly medical podcast emphasizes surgical and medical management as it relates to the foot, spine, hip, shoulder and ankle injuries. The podcast is focused in the reduction of pain solutions using regenerative injection therapies to treat all varieties of musculoskeletal conditions. Content is exclusively focused on Regenerative Injection Therapies and non-surgical pain management for orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions.
 
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If I was a cleverer Podcast host, I would have timed this better and had my 50th episode coincide with this. But – alas I’m on episode 47. As I turn 50 today, I wanted to take some time to reflect on my career and those who have helped me get to where I am today. And since I have my own podcast, a place where I can record things to put out there fo…
 
A “Stener-like” lesion of the knee is defined as a distal avulsion of the superficial medial collateral ligament (sMCL) with interposition of the pes anserinus between the ligament and its tibial insertion—a displacement impeding anatomic healing. Because of the scarcity of these injuries, the literature is limited to case reports and small case se…
 
Five articles from the June 2022 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to select …
 
As sports medicine professionals, we interact with athletes at all levels. I was one of a handful of sports medicine physicians who started from a pediatric background and work with an NFL team as one of their team physicians. It was a part of my career I won’t ever forget, and no question gave me additional ‘street cred’, so to speak, in the sport…
 
Elite alpine skiing is associated with a particularly high risk of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, including graft ruptures. Despite a considerable focus on prevention, a reduction in injury rates has not been observed since the 1980s. In conclusion, combined ACLR and LEAP were associated with a significant reduction in the rate of ACL g…
 
Five articles from the May 2022 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to select t…
 
With summer right around the corner, it’s quite common for people to focus on shedding a few pounds. While many diets and fads have some merit, today we’re going to talk about five simple, science-based weight loss strategies that can help you slim down before summer. These include: tracking your diet and exercise daily, starting your day with prot…
 
Athletes with trouble breathing are nothing new. Obviously, athletes may get winded with deconditioning or just a really hard work out. But what about when it isn’t expected? Commonly we think of asthma and as an asthmatic since college, it is a near and dear problem to me. But not all things that may seem like asthma are truly asthma. Today on the…
 
Due to the nature of a hinge joint structure & weight-bearing requirements the knees are easily subject to injury. This is especially true when it comes to playing sports and athletics that can inflict trauma on the knee. Managing Acute Knee Injuries The supporting structures of the knees(medial and lateral collateral ligaments), the anterior and p…
 
The discoid lateral meniscus (DLM) is one of the most common congenital anomalies of the knee. The pathomorphology of DLM varies. Current classification systems are inadequate to describe the spectrum of abnormality. In conclusion, this new arthroscopic DLM classification system demonstrated moderate to substantial agreement in most diagnostic cate…
 
Five articles from the April 2022 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to select…
 
In Episode 11 of The Sports Medicine Podcast, Dr. Dold sits down with shoulder specialist from The Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Tony Miniaci, MD. Dr. Miniaci is a world renown expect in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine, including disorders of the shoulder. His orthopedic practice focuses on sports medicine and surgery of the shoulder and knee. His c…
 
Iron Deficiency is an often under recognized source of reduced performance and fatigue particularly in female athletes. Endurance athletes seem to experience this more commonly, but we certainly do see other athletes who may have these struggles as well. But are we diagnosing and treating it properly? I’ve heard several speakers on this topic over …
 
Welcome to Sports Med Res’ this week in review podcast where we highlight the news in sports medicine research from the week ending on March 25, 2022. This week’s podcast focused on the need for good communication among key stakeholders during rehab after ACL reconstruction. * The Male Athlete Body Project May Decrease Eating Disorder Risk * Snoozy…
 
Dr. Souryal, Dr. Blumethal, and Dr. Bellard are on the air today. They discuss March Madness, they talk about outlawing diving loose balls in basketball. The Docs discuss a patient’s 7-month journey for leg numbness. The Doctors discuss the transgender swimmer. The Docs discuss the new Performance and Recovery center TSM-PRR.com They mix with the […
 
It is March 2022, and it is National Athletic Training Month. Last year we did an episode with 3 athletic trainers with whom I’ve crossed paths and enjoyed it so much I wanted to do that again. Today on the podcast, I am joined by three athletic trainers who have all played a role in my life in my development as a sports medicine physician. I’ve le…
 
Glenohumeral instability caused by bone loss requires adequate bony restoration for successful surgical stabilization. Coracoid transfer has been the gold standard bone graft; however, it has high complication rates. Alternative autologous free bone grafts, which include the distal clavicle and scapular spine, have been suggested. In conclusion, th…
 
Back and neck pain are the most widespread and most disabling types of pain and it can occur in a number of areas of the cervical and lumbar spine. The most common type of back pain is lower lumbar spinal stenosis. Self-management of Shoulder & Neck pain Another common form of pain that affects people of all ages and levels of mobility is sciatica.…
 
Five articles from the March 2022 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to select…
 
Dr. Souryal, Dr. Blumenthal, and Dr. Bellard are on the air today. They start the hour talking about Dak Prescot’s recent surgery and Kawhi Leonard’s injury. They discuss Coach K’s retirement, Zion Williamson’s rehab, Ja Morant. The Docs discuss Cartilage Issues. The Doctors talk with a caller about back and hip issues, Sciatica, They mix with […]…
 
Back pain in the young athlete. It’s something we often don’t think twice about in adults, but in kids, back pain in the active athletic kid is often a different beast. One of the more common conditions is the spondylolysis or a stress fracture of the pars interarticularis. It is a condition that can go undiagnosed for a long time. Today on the pod…
 
Welcome to Sports Med Res’ this week in review podcast where we highlight the news in sports medicine research from the week ending on February 25, 2022. This week’s podcast focused on trying conservative management after an ACL injury. * Prior injury in former NCAA women’s soccer athletes predicts self-reported quality of life * Asthma Working Gro…
 
On February 22, 2002, at 2:22PM the airwaves of Madison, Wisconsin would never be the same again. College student radio could finally be considered legit and truly legal. Many may not realize that the landscape for student radio at the largest university in the state of Wisconsin was looking bleak for nearly a decade prior to officially turning on …
 
After having spine surgery, most expect your back or neck problem to be solved. But, sometimes, it doesn’t happen. Pain and other symptoms may return in a phenomenon known as failed back surgery (FBS). Also called failed back surgery syndrome and post-laminectomy syndrome, FBS can affect any level of your spine, and it can be a frustrating experien…
 
This episode discusses the effectiveness of Cold Water Immersions on recovery post-exercise. This AISTS Sport Medicine podcast is created together with AISTS Class of 2020 Juan Lopez Salaberry and Eric Mackenzie, a former professional Australian football player to share his experience and knowledge about this topic.…
 
Dr. Bellard and Dr, Blumenthal is on the air today. They discuss Sunday’s Big Game and the halftime show. The Docs discuss the breakdown in communication with patients and doctors. The Docs talk with a caller about a toe, injury, gout, and arthritis. A caller ask about treating older patients’ sports injuries. The Doctors discuss […]…
 
It’s almost been 2 decades since I entered the world of pediatric sports medicine. It’s been over 30 years since I was in high school sports. The typical 3 sport athlete has certainly become less common since then, but certainly not extinct. Both boys and girls have seen their sports become more organized, starting training at younger ages, and an …
 
Arthroscopic joint replacement involves the doctor inserting a microdiscectomy through the hip joint and into the surrounding muscles and tissues. This helps to rebuild your cartilage and decrease pain but you may need to have more than one treatment. Medications that are used to treat hip osteoarthritis include non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug…
 
Humeral avulsion glenohumeral ligament (HAGL) lesions are often underreported but have been shown to occur in up to 10% of cases of anterior shoulder instability. In conclusion, patients with anterior shoulder instability undergoing surgical stabilization with open HAGL repair demonstrate excellent functional outcomes and high rates of RTP, with lo…
 
Five articles from the February 2022 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to sel…
 
Welcome to Sports Med Res’ this week in review podcast where we highlight the news in sports medicine research from the week ending on February 4, 2022. This week’s podcast focused on the use of humor in clinical practice. * Clowning Around at the Office. The Impact of Clown Intervention for Pain Relief * Have No Fear Psychologically Based Rehabili…
 
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is earmarked by systemic inflammation and damage to joints and surrounding tissues. This can be brought on by many different ways including injury and/or infection as a triggers, genetic predispositions and environmental factors to name a few. What is poorly understood is the role that hormones and mineral deficiency play …
 
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