The Docs talk with a caller about the Porzingis injury and another caller about a back injury, they talk with a caller about knee injections
The Docs discuss college bowl games, slam dunks bigger, the talk with a caller about a back injury
The Docs talk with Kurt Chase about an ER experience when he had a back injury. Dr. Souryal tells another Dirk Nowitzki story
The Doctors talk with callers about a back injury, neck injury
The docs discuss the DeMarcus Cousins injury. They talk with a caller about a back injury
The doctors discus an email question. They talk about PCL injuries. They talk with a caller about a shoulder injury.
Doctor Scott Blumenthal joins the show to talk about spinal injuries. The doctors talk about Tiger Woods’ back surgery, the prognosis and types of rehabilitation for similar injuries, and why back injuries are so common in golf players. They also talk about the imperfect side of medicine, and the uncertainty that goes along with many procedures.
This episode’s segment of Sports Medicine 101 focuses on pulled hamstrings, why they take so long to heal, and treatments.
Doctor Souryal takes rapid fire questions on Joel Embiid’s foot surgery, being a Doctor who is second opinions, and the FIFA World Cup.
Callers ask about how people with bone spurs can improve their range of motion, differences in healing for sprained and broken ankles, frozen shoulders, repeated injuries in teenage athletes, treatment options for sports hernias, stress fractures, and more.
Also: how useful is physio tape?