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Environmental Concerns Interview – 379

Yuhang “Tony” Jia, M.D., is a family medicine and sports medicine physician serving patients newborn and up. A graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Dr. Jia completed his residency at Houston Methodist Family Residency and his fellowship at Houston Methodist Sports Medicine. Dr. Jia decided to become a doctor because he wanted to help people and growing up, he remembers thinking that doctors were the “best people in the world.”
 
 
 
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Rhabdomyolysis from a Patient Perspective – 319

Carmen Solis caught the perfect storm of plane flight, elevation, dehydration, new protein shake, different environment and a slightly new routine to catch a case of Rhabdo.

Dr. Rehal Bhojani explains the facts as he sees them and gives great insight to us in identifying future cases of Rhabdo.

Urine color charts in every stall (male and female) are a top recommendation.  Muddy / orange urine is almost always an indicator of Rhabdo.

Help prevent Rhabdo by easing your athletes back into workouts.  Gone is the idea of “we are going to kill them and make men out of them.”

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Contact Shawn Ready

Contact Carmen Solis

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Previous episodes with Dr. Bhojani

234 Working together as a Sports Med Team

179 / 180 – Sickle Cell

94 – Sports Hernias

255 – Snapping Hip

Sickle Cell trait Update – Dr. Rehal Bhojani Lecture – 179

We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann's Sports Medicine Update.  Some of the recordings pick up noise, but this is a live event.

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