Throwers Elbow with Matt Holland – 641

Matt Holland joins us on the podcast today from Trinity University to talk about the Thrower’s Elbow. Why do we see so many elbow injuries in throwers? “A great deal of stress is placed on the elbow with throwing, particularly in the late cocking and acceleration phase.  The forearm musculature has a limited ability to […]

Biologics and Elbow Surgery – 621

Biologics may decrease the epidemic of Tommy John surgery Dr. Eric Makhni discusses how biologics have shown up to 67% efficiency in repairing the UCL and preventing reconstruction or repair. Team physician for the Detroit Lions, Bloomfield Hills High School, and Oakland University as well as a consultant for the Angles, Dr. Makhni knows the […]

Thrower’s Elbow – 616

Thrower’s elbow is an injury that AT’s and coaches deal with frequently.  What do we need to know as we interact with young throwers? The more you throw and the higher velocity you throw at increases your risk for injuries.  As AT’s and coaches, we need to not only be aware of the rules that […]

Princess Diana had Tennis Elbow – 385

Bill Norris treated Princess Diana’s tennis elbow, Kenny Rogers injuries, worked for the New York Knicks and Mets in the same year. The stories you will hear are fascinating, but we did not even get into half of them. Check his book Pain, Set & Match We are broadcasting live from the 2017 NATA expo […]

Hand Wrist and Elbow Conditions with Dr. Korsh Jafarina – 266

Dr. Jafarina’s slides We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann’s Sports Medicine Update.  It is a great way to continue improving your athletic training practice.  There are always new topics, new aspects of old topics and great re-freshers. We plan to release the lecture and then the interview.  Through the […]

Physeal Elbow Injuries with Dr Crumbie – 97

Physeal Injuries of The Elbow With Dr. David Crumbie – 97 Thanks to Morgan Wilson Music for allowing us to use parts of her songs. Here is our interview with Dr. David Crumbie.  Since this recording comes from a live conference, some elements are lost due to lack of visual props and some crowd noise can be […]

AT Poetry – 625

Celebrating National Athletic Training Month with AT Poetry Athletic Training is a practice routed in science, but like any good practitioner there is art, or maybe AT Poetry, in the way it is performed. Some people are kind, loving and get nicknamed “Mom” or “Dad” Athletic Trainers can be are strict, rigid, and efficient. My […]

Fractures from Injury to Return – 411

Paul Shupe, MD Dr. Paul Shupe earned his medical degree at George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., with distinction. He completed his general surgery internship and orthopedic surgery residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego in California, followed by his orthopedic sports medicine surgery fellowship at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth in […]