Finally there’s a new show about dispatching that’s made it’s debut on television and the title is Emergency Call. Unlike 9-1-1, starring Angela Bassett, is a drama that gives a Hollywood look at First Responders where they include dispatchers and the drama that surrounds them and their lives, Emergency Call actually takes you into … Continue reading Emergency Call Perspective Review: A Real Police Dispatcher Reacts! (Season 1, Episode 1)
Carbs, protein and fat. Macro and micronutrients. Dieting and calories. Supplements. All things that athletes are concerned about to varying degrees. Proper nutrition is essential for fueling our bodies and optimizing our athletic performance. But are our athletes doing it correctly? Are we advising our patients correctly? Join us for Part II as we … Continue reading Nutrition for Athletes, Part 2
We are closing in on a year into this pandemic. We just elected a new President. We’ve had sports return at a professional and collegiate level and around the country kids have continued to be involved in sports, with some areas more restricted than others. Locally, here around St Louis and in Missouri we’ve … Continue reading COVID Update: The Heart, Winter Sports and More…
Whether it is indoors on a court or outdoors in the backyard or even on the beach, volleyball is no question a popular year round sports. Today on the podcast, we will be talking about all things volleyball; touching on the common injuries we see, some ways of possible prevention of these injuries and … Continue reading Volleyball Injuries
Carbs, protein and fat. Macro and micronutrients. Dieting and calories. Supplements. All things that athletes are concerned about to varying degrees. Proper nutrition is essential for fueling our bodies and optimizing our athletic performance. But are our athletes doing it correctly? Are we advising our patients correctly? Today I’m joined by a prominent sports … Continue reading Nutrition for Athletes, Part 1
Today on the Healthy Young Athlete Podcast we are going to tackle a topic that I would predict that most of us do not get enough of……and that’s sleep. Sleep is a necessity for all of us but it can have a critical role in the life of an athlete in terms of injury … Continue reading Does Sleep Affect Athletes?
You’re already sharing photos, experiences and stories with a LOT of people. Ready to send your message to more people that hold the appreciation of all things automotive? Then it’s time to be Interviewed on The CHARGErForward Podcast Fill out the quick web for below and let’s schedule time for you to join host Mike … Continue reading Get Interviewed on The CHARGErForward Podcast Now!
This is the second Research Review on the Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast. Our plan is to continue these on a monthly basis reviewing 2-3 articles with a thematic element to the articles. This month, concussions will be our topic. We have another 3 articles and one of the leaders in pediatric sports concussion research … Continue reading Research Review: Concussions – A Conversation with Dr. Christina Master
Resistance Training? Is it good for young athletes? What about some things we hear a lot about? Max lifts? Stunting growth? That kids don’t benefit from strength training until puberty. The American Academy of Pediatrics released last month, in June of 2020, a revision to their 2008 policy statement with a new clinical report … Continue reading AAP Clinical Report — Resistance Training
It’s summertime. Throughout much of the country, heat and humidity are starting to become the norm. When you add that to a world navigating through a pandemic, and young athletes anxious to start up organized sports again, those of us in sports medicine are on high alert for a potential surge in heat related … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Exertional Heat Stroke