Look – you COULD put a lot of time, money, effort and planning into generating a podcast, but when in doubt – SHUT UP & PUBLISH! Improvement will come naturally… Right? While we all want there to be a start to our podcast adventure, and everyone DREADS the speedbumps of pauses or inadvertant halts … Continue reading Shut Up and Publish – Improvement “Will Come Naturally…?”
Monthly Archives: August 2022
I remember the excitement I had receiving my first sideline team bag as a fellow at Vanderbilt. It was certainly a sturdy bag as I still have it and it has held up better than any bag I’ve purchased since then. It was stocked with various supplies and over the years has seen things … Continue reading What’s In Your Sideline Bag?
Today’s headlines are filled with news items share the unfortunate news of another person who has completed suicide. Thankfully, there is a new tool and avenue for those who are contemplating or those who are friends or loved ones of those who might be thinking about taking their own life. It’s time to talk … Continue reading 988 IS THE NUMBER for Suicide Crises – Share It Everywhere
There’s a LOT OF KNOWLEDGE out there, and it’s all accumulating for you to read, listen to and interact with – IN FACEBOOK! It’s time to start talking about the avenue of MASSIVE FACEBOOK GROUPS when it comes to getting answers, advice and “sage input” from a very-large collections of Facebook users – on … Continue reading A Massive Facebook Group is a Great Place to Get Podcasting Advice
Talking to people is supposed to be something EASY. Hey, how’s it goin’!? What’cha got planned tonite? Hey, what the status on that project and the consequential discussion makes for lives across the globe day after day. But what happens when the conversations that you’re having – are literally – life and death? Inside of 1998’s The Negotiator, we join Samuel … Continue reading The Negotiator (1998): A Perspective Review
A common question health care professionals may get from patients and their families when it comes to musculoskeletal problems is about getting an MRI to evaluate an injury further. An MRI can be helpful in situations, but when is it really needed? Today on the Healthy Young Athlete Podcast we talk about MRIs, what … Continue reading When Does My Athlete Need an MRI?
Groin pain. Literally can be a pain to deal with as a sports medicine professional. The source and location of the pain can be vague and may lead someone down the wrong path to diagnosis and treatment. Most people in sports medicine have heard of a sports hernia. It is a source of groin … Continue reading Sports Hernia