A native Houstonian, Dr. Raj Shani received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston where he was nominated for the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He then completed his orthopedic residency at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. This was followed by his sports medicine fellowship, focusing on surgery of the knee, shoulder and ankle, at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia.
Board certified in orthopedic surgery, Dr. Shani specializes in sports medicine, shoulder, knee, and ankle surgery as well as general orthopedics. He treats patients from 6 years of age and older.
Dr. Shani served as an associate team physician for the Atlanta Falcons, a team physician for the NCAA basketball Final Four in 2013, team physician for the River Oaks Clay Court Championship, Chevron Houston Marathon and events affiliated with the IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute. He currently is the team physician for St. Pius High School and Lutheran North High School in Houston.
Dr. Shani is a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine. He serves on the faculty of McGovern Medical School at UTHealth in Houston and is affiliated with the IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute.
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.
We plan to release the lecture and then the interview. Through the course of the summer the podcasts will be shorter, more frequent, and a lot more raw (less editing).
All the lectures and handouts have been uploaded and are now available on Google Drive.
Go to www.drive.google.com and sign-in using the following:
Here is our interview with Ryan Collins, Physical Therapist for Memorial Hermann. Since this recording comes from a live conference, some elements are lost due to lack of visual props and some crowd noise can be heard. The stellar content more than makes up for the difference in sound quality.
Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. David Geier joins us to talk about several different topics from why he runs a podcast: The Dr. David Geier Show, his thoughts on youth sports, and his path to becoming a surgeon.
Earn some CEUs, learn some, and connect with us all while working, exercising or relaxing.
Chris Shaddock has received several awards but those do not speak do not speak to the volumes of great things he is doing at Dawson High School with Sports Medicine. Find him on twitter for more great ideas: @fabu_AT
Pasadena Independent School District's Athletic Trainer situation is really good:
5 High School = 10 ATs + 1 Stadium AT; Sports Medicine 1&2 in all 5 schools, no core/ regular classes.
David Wilkinson, Bubba Wilson, and Randy Dugas tell how they made it happen here and how you can begin to do the same where you are. Research is key, but perception of value is equally important.