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The AMSSM Position Statement on Mental Health

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  Sports medicine professionals interact with athletes daily, many of whom have some underlying mental health issue. Commonly this may be anxiety or depression. We know that many athletes don’t feel comfortable disclosing their mental health issues or concerns or often they may go undiagnosed for long periods of time. They can affect athletic performance … Continue reading The AMSSM Position Statement on Mental Health →

Otros episodios de "Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast"

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    Common Hand Injuries

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      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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    Reimagining School Sports

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      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 →
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    Exertional Compartment Syndrome

    38:19

      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 →
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    Blood Flow Restriction Training

    38:53

      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 →
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    How to Communicate with the Media

    26:35

      The media… it can be a love/hate relationship at times. We see a new publication talking about a medical breakthrough sensationalized in the media and our patients may get the wrong impression of what the impact really is. A perfect example of this was when the ‘concussion blood test’ approval by the FDA became … Continue reading How to Communicate with the Media →
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    COVID-19 and Sports: What We’ve Learned and Where Are We Going for Fall 2021

    55:33

      We are 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic. Just about a year ago we had an episode trying to gauge what would happen with fall sports. To date, it has been the most downloaded episode of this podcast. As we see surges continue to happen around the country and around the world as the … Continue reading COVID-19 and Sports: What We’ve Learned and Where Are We Going for Fall 2021 →
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    The Transgender Athlete

    45:56

      We have seen a lot in recent years that seems to be polarizing this country. More than I have ever witnessed in my nearly half century on this planet. In the last few years, an area that seems to be growing in its polarization in the world of sports is how to approach a … Continue reading The Transgender Athlete →
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    Research Review — Running

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      We are back with another Research Review Episode of the Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast. Today we are going to cover a sport near and dear to my heart…cross country running. I have two experts on my podcast today to cover three articles in the world of running.   The Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast Links … Continue reading Research Review — Running →
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    A Conversation with Former NFL Player Chris Long

    59:31

      Many young athletes who play the sport of football have dreams and aspirations of playing in the NFL someday. Whether those dreams and aspirations are realistic or not is a different story. I could easily go through the statistics of the continually shrinking odds of the success rates of moving from high school to … Continue reading A Conversation with Former NFL Player Chris Long →
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    Abdominal Trauma in Sports

    31:09

      Athletes sustain all sorts of musculoskeletal injuries. I’d put good money that most athletic trainers and sports medicine physicians feel pretty comfortable evaluating an ankle, knee or shoulder. But what happens when the trauma is to the abdomen? How confident do you feel in identifying something that may be brewing to one of the … Continue reading Abdominal Trauma in Sports →

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