If your sports medicine practice is like mine or if you are an athletic trainer in the training room, you probably get a bunch of kids coming in with the presumptive diagnosis of a jammed finger. I don’t think my final diagnosis has ever been a jammed finger, but we use that term loosely … Continue reading Common Hand Injuries
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Everyone has known from day one, that what Cryptocurrencies would need is a wider adoption, allowing more people to toss money into the pool to make the water sweeter, more enticing and filled with the ability to grow. Well, Mastercard, along with the one-two crypto-punch of Bakkt, looks to be contributing to the adoption equation … Continue reading Mastercard & Bakkt Create a Crypto Team-Up – What Now?
High school sports: I have fond memories of my 4 years as a cross country runner, the 3 years in track, and my one protest year of playing high school tennis when my school changed coaches for our distance team in track. I have lifelong friendships with several of those teammates and those activities … Continue reading Reimagining School Sports
There are so many variables when it comes to windows, your home, and making sure you understand it all. Dave & Jeff – from Energy View Home Improvements, and hosts of The Home Improvement Encyclopedia Podcast are here to share the details about one of the most important aspects of new windows in your home: … Continue reading What IS The U-Factor of a Window? Get Educated Now!
As children of the 80’s, our imaginations propelled us into great adventures. Fighting against a Galactic Empire in a galaxy far, far away? Yep. Learning to “Never Say Die” as we hunt for pirate treasure through booby trapped caves? Of course. Throwing on our proton packs, crossing the streams and saving the world? Do you … Continue reading The Monster Squad (1987) Perspective Review
The world of cryptocurrency isn’t getting any smaller. It’s not a fad. It is a growing, living industry with facets of all kinds – if you’re willing to learn about them. What are YOU doing to learn about crypto today? Join Mike Wilkerson, and a growing number of co-hosts, visitors, thought leaders and more as … Continue reading 2GuysTalking Crypto – Let’s Go!
It seems in my office the default diagnosis by many health care professionals and patients presenting with lower leg pain with exertion is shin splints. It’s an easy thing to fall back on as it’s a common problem, but certainly not the only problem that causes exertional lower leg pain. I’ve had a special … Continue reading Exertional Compartment Syndrome
The color – Red. The Make – Plymouth. The value – Awesome. In 1983 there were a lot of big things goin’ on. Hair. Neon colored clothes. The expectations of your woodshop instructor. The other big thing that was going on, during the summer of 1983 – was a little movie, about a really … Continue reading Christine (1983) – A Perspective Review
When rehabbing an athlete after an injury or surgery, there are lots of protocols that are out there and tools at the disposal of the physical therapist and athletic trainer. It can get overwhelming sometimes, especially for those of us as physicians who are diagnosing the problem but aren’t actual doing the rehab. I’m … Continue reading Blood Flow Restriction Training
It’s not often that a love story involves planets, motorcycle gangs and resurrected family members, but – there’s always a first time for everything. Inside this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series, we’re introduced to “The Midnight Riders” – an MC that provides us with stories, action and – tales of the undead? It’s time … Continue reading Our Review Of “Midnight Riders” – Season 3, Episode 13