Sports Medicine Weekly

Sports Medicine Weekly

The Sports Enthusiast's Official Resource for Fitness, Nutrition, Injury Prevention and Treatment

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May 17, 2021 27 min
Ted Kurlinkus, PT, DPT, from Rush Physical Therapy, joins Dr. Brian Cole and Steve Kashul to discuss how physical therapy helps patients manage pain and how to know when you should see a physical therapist.
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Neuropsychologist Elizabeth M. Pieroth, PsyD, ABPP, MPH shares insight into how she manages athletes who have sustained multiple concussions including how to know when to recommend athletes retire from their professional careers. Dr. Pieorth is the Director of the Concussion Program at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush. She has been involved in the assessment of players in the National Hockey League since 1997 and is the Head Injury/Con...
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In this episode, Dr. Cole and Steve discuss common causes of knee pain and instability with guest Dr. Adam Yanke from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush. Dr. Yanke also talks about treating patients who suffer from patellofemoral dysfunction — more commonly known as knee cap instability.
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Dr. Brian Cole provides in depth understanding of the disease and how we can all be protected. What The future holds as herd immunity evolves. In addition, Dr. Cole reviews the current protocols for the NBA to keep personnel safe and how that will carry over to the NFL and MLB. This is one you cannot miss.
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Steve and Dr. Cole talk with Mike Martin about lessons learned in his career as a professional athlete, dealing with injuries in the NFL and using his experience to make important life decisions.

Michael Martin is an former American football defensive end. He was selected by the Tennessee Titans in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft. He played college football for the Michigan Wolverines from 2008 to 2011. At Michigan, Martin rec...
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In depth conversation with orthopaedic surgeon Dr. John Grant, Head Team Physician for Eastern Michigan University Athletics and the USA Hockey National Team Development Program. Dr. Grant talks about his experience in managing common hockey injuries and the players.

Dr. Grant obtained his PhD in Kinesiology with a specialization in Bone & Joint Health from the University of Calgary Sport Medicine Centre under the mentorship of ...
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Dr. Cole and Steve discuss the types of unusual and common injuries among a variety of athletes.

David Strickland, Chief Commercial Officer of Glanbia Performance Nutrition, explains the benefits of dairy protein and what makes it unique. It can be used by body builders and your average adult for diet and exercise. David explains the machine at headquarters that tastes and smells new products!

Visit https://www.optimumnutrition.com/e...
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Interview with Karen Shanahan, Facility Manager at Athletico, about marathon training and injury. Karen emphasizes the importance in taking breaks in training especially when a suspected injury presents symptoms. One day off does not hurt! She shares some tips for the time leading up to the marathon and what runners should do in order to prepare their body, mind, and stamina.

Steve and Dr. Cole also discuss how to prepare for hiking...
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Steve and Dr. Cole interview Emmett Cleary, former NFL athlete, about how he transitioned from playing in the NFL to becoming a medical student. Emmett explains the struggles of being a college athlete and the preparation he took in order to work towards healthcare after his football career.

Ask the Doctor segment: Dr. Cole answers questions from listeners about how age impacts working out, how to hydrate properly through intensive ...
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Dr. Brian Cole from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush University Medical Center talks with his co-host Steve Kashul about current injuries in MLB players: bone spurs in the elbow, carpel tunnel syndrome and other common injuries experienced by pitchers.
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Dr. John Fernandez talks about the variety of hand injuries and how they are treated. Dr. Fernandez has created and innovated some of the advanced surgeries currently popularized in the treatment of the hand, wrist, and elbow. His original research has led to techniques minimizing surgical trauma while maximizing outcomes. As an inventor, he holds patents in some of the very implants developed for these minimally invasive surgeries...
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Certified Integrative Health Coach, Karen Malkin from Karen Malkin Health Counseling talks about the types, causes and treatment for chronic inflammation; how we can manage stress, sleep patterns and environmental toxins to enhance our overall health and longevity. (KarenMalkin.com)
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Dr. Brian Cole from Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush University Medical Center talks with his co-host Steve Kashul about the causes, symptoms and treatment for shoulder injuries and bone bruises in young athletes.
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Are you planning a joint replacement or other surgery? Do you have difficulty leaving your home due to mobility or transportation issues? Or, would you simply prefer the convenience of receiving physical therapy services in the privacy and comfort of your home? If any of these are true, Athletico Home Therapy is the solution for you!

Through a simple intake and insurance verification process, we will match you with a highly skilled ...
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Dr. Nikhil Verma, Head Team Physician for the Chicago White Sox, Sports Medicine Specialist, and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush fills in for Dr. Cole for today’s podcast.

Interview with Fred Smith, the CEO and Founder of BandGrip, to explain what BandGrip is and how it can be used during surgery. Fred tells us the inspiration behind developing his product, and the effort to create simple, pain-free, non-invasive...
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Dr. Nikhil Verma, Head Team Physician for the Chicago White Sox, Sports Medicine Specialist, and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush fills in for Dr. Cole for today’s podcast. Steve and Dr. Verma discuss why a PRP injection was used for the White Sox pitcher, Chris Sale, rather than an elbow procedure. Dr. Verma also explains why pitching injuries are seen more in softball than baseball.

Interview with Tom Bushkie, C...
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Interview with Frank Ignatius, the President and Founder of USA Sports Gaming, about the legalization of sports betting and what to expect. Frank explains the problems that can occur as the betting begins from a fans, coaches, and an athletes perspective.

Ask the Doctor segment: Dr. Cole answers questions from listeners about how the procedures of an ACL repair and reconstruction are different, and the purpose of an unloader brace f...
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Fasting for 24 hours? Different types of intermittent fasting and who should be doing it. With Karen Malkin, Board Certified Health and Nutrition Coach. Karen helps to explain what intermittent fasting is and the healthiest way to go about it. She explains how a person can work up to longer intermittent fasting times and how to begin if you are interested.

Ask the Doctor segment: Dr. Cole answers questions from listeners- Why does m...
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Dr. Alex Bendersky, Director of Rehabilitation at Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy, explains the focus on Orthopedics for Ivy Rehab. He explains a high vs. low value physical therapy session, and the importance of patient compliance after procedures.  Visit https://www.ivyrehab.com/ to learn more.

Listen to the interview segment with Dr. Robert Spiro, Senior Vice President of Biologics, Development, Scientific, and Clinical Affairs of Aes...
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Golfing Season is Near: How to prepare and what the GolfTec facility has to offer: Congratulations to TJ Sullivan, Manager and Director of Instruction at GolfTec in Oak Brook, for administering over 19,000 golfing lessons! TJ tells Steve and Dr. Bush-Joseph how to physically prepare for golfing season. TJ also goes about explaining the GolfTec facilities available and open in the Chicago-land area. Visit https://www.golftec.com/ to...
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