Sports Medicine doesn’t just apply to the organized sports we see at a park, field or in a gymnasium. The great outdoors is the greatest playground in existence. Being active with hiking, backcountry running, mountain biking, climbing, and kayaking, whether in a competitive setting or not, brings its own unique challenges. Today on the … Continue reading Wilderness Medicine with Dr. Andrew Gregory
A few months ago, I had to say goodbye to my 12 year old Golden Retriever, Chip. It was extremely difficult as it has been with all of the pets I’ve lost over the years. Several years ago I met Dr. Dawnetta Woodruff at a fundraiser to help a local animal shelter. Since that … Continue reading In-Home End of Life Care – Celebrating Pets’ Lives with Dr. Dawnetta Woodruff
Is social media right for you as a physician? Is it worth the hassle? Can it be beneficial to your practice? How can you increase your presence on social media if you already use it? Today on the Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast, we have some sports medicine social media gurus join us to answer … Continue reading Using Social Media in Pediatric Sports Medicine
The 911 system rings. On the other end of the line is a woman calling to have police dispatched to her location immediately. In her midst – could it be a prowler? A terrorist? A burglar lurking in the shadows about to accost her? Nope – just a dude she wants gone. Huh? It … Continue reading Using 911 as “The Billy Badass Tool?”
So you are a medical student or resident. You have an interest in sports medicine. You like kids so you think that pediatrics may be the area you want to focus. So what’s next? In this episode of The Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast, we will discuss resources and things to think about when making … Continue reading A Guide to Pediatric Sports Medicine Fellowships
Hello everyone. I decided to share this solo Podcast episode to reflect upon my own human experience during this recent health crisis instead of my normal content as host of the Animal Academy Podcast or solely upon my experience as a licensed clinical social worker. This current health crisis has forced me to use … Continue reading A Self Care Kit During a Time of Crisis – from The Animal Academy Podcast
If your child is involved with baseball, you probably have come across or heard of weighted balls as a training tool. But are they safe for your young thrower and do they really accomplish the claims to help increase the velocity in a young thrower? In this episode of the podcast, we will discuss … Continue reading Are Weighted Balls Safe?
The value of situational awareness isn’t something that only comes in handy when one is a Police Dispatcher: It’s a skill set that is valuable to everyone. It’s not every call that features the police department, EMS and one’s broken pride, but inside this episode of Digitally Dispatched, 20-year Police Dispatcher Vet LIsa Moore … Continue reading Squad 51, Squad 51: Beeeeeeeez!
The questions about 911 are never-ending, but finding out what people ask immediately about them is straightforward. Listen to this episode of The Digitally Dispatched Podcast, where I detail the first of many volumes of the Frequently Asked Questions that I’ve received over the years about 911 & being a Police Dispatcher… The Digitally … Continue reading What People Want to Know About Dispatchers – My Frequently Asked Questions – Volume 1
The coronavirus pandemic has affected all of us in a profound way. Dr. Mark Halstead discussed the coronavirus, it’s impact on sports, important ways to help the spread of the virus, and why we all have to act as a team together to minimize the impact on health care system. The Healthy Young … Continue reading A Sports Doc’s Coronavirus Discussion…