The Docs talk with a caller about torn meniscus
The Doctors talk with a caller about a torn meniscus and knee replacement
The Doctors talk with a caller about torn meniscus and pain and another caller about a dislocated shoulder
The Docs discuss heat stroke with a caller, patients getting second opinions, a caller with a knee injury.
The Doc takes calls.
Dr. Souryal talks with a caller about back pain, knee injury, playing on astroturf
Dr. Sourayl and Dr. Ballard talk with a caller about meniscus issues.
Dr. Souryal talks about a radiology report and a torn meniscus. They talk with a listener on the air.
The doctors talk to Jerry about his knee injury and torn meniscus. They talked to Jeff about his son’s growth plate issue. Rusty called in about cramping in his legs. Paul asked about the pain in his wrist.
Three brains are better than one! Dr. Scott Blumenthal and Dr. Brad Bellard join Dr. T.O. Souryal to talk of sports, medicine, and field call after call. A 42 year old still has pain after his knee replacement and needs a new doc, a motorcycle racer has had neck pain for seven years and wonders how many injections are too many, while another caller asks about the success rate for an OATS (Osteoarticular Transfer System Surgery) procedure and his return to full range of motion. An ultra-marathoner had a torn meniscus, goes back to his normal routine post-surgery, and wonders if his doctor’s advice is too “friendly”.
The second hour includes a long Business of Medicine segment that covers the uneasy relationship between insurance companies and good medicine and how that relationship impacts doctors, patients, and rising costs for all. A caller who had a motorcycle accident has pervasive numbness and needs a clear diagnosis, an avid handball/racquetball player has some nerve damage after surgery and wants to know what he can expect, and Dr. Bellard ends the show with a quick rash story.
I want cake.