Monthly Archives: February 2021

Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast: Research Review: Protective Equipment

Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast: Research Review: Protective Equipment



  There is a lot of equipment out there we use with our young athletes to hopefully reduce the risk of injury. Some is required for a particular sport, although some athletes and families just purchase things on their own to use. But does the protective equipment do what is intended? How about protective equipment … Continue reading Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast: Research Review: Protective Equipment


Healthy Young Athlete Podcast: Is There Really a Blood Test for Concussions?

Is There Really a Blood Test for Concussions?



  In advance of the Super Bowl this past week, there was a new press release about a new blood test for concussion praising the advances and that it would be revolutionary for the sideline diagnosis of concussion. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, is this new FDA approved test really all it is being touted … Continue reading Is There Really a Blood Test for Concussions?


Curious Goods Podcast - Season 3, Episode 7, Hate On Your Dial

Our Review Of “Hate On Your Dial” – Season 3, Episode 7



  How on Earth could a show produced more than 30 years ago, provide a focus on the inequality of races in America? TIME TRAVEL! That’s how! What’s strange is that this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series doesn’t feel “old”. It doesn’t feel “out of place”. It asserts itself as an action-filled, direct … Continue reading Our Review Of “Hate On Your Dial” – Season 3, Episode 7


The Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast: Discoid Meniscus: A PRISM RIG Discussion

Discoid Meniscus: A PRISM RIG Discussion



  If you do any sort of sports medicine, you’ve heard of the meniscus, that shock absorber between the bones in the knee. Do you know what a discoid meniscus is? Why is this even important when discussing young athletes? Today on the podcast, we discuss the discoid meniscus, something that may have seen you … Continue reading Discoid Meniscus: A PRISM RIG Discussion