Courage – the ability to do something that frightens you
Catherine Lawrence has an eating disorder. She asked me to do a podcast about the subject. She shares her story about lying, purging, passing out, going to rehab, relapsing, and the constant struggle with not demonizing food.
Getting behind the mic, on camera and sharing your story takes courage. in the video she can be seen shaking because of the fear. But she continues to tell her story.
Dr. Ott is a founding and executive board member of the Sports Neuropsychological Society. She served as Co-Chair for the 2nd Annual Sports Neuropsychology Society Concussion Symposium held in Dallas Texas. She was a key member of the task force that developed verbiage for a sports concussion bill in Texas known as Natasha’s Bill. This bill, signed into law in June 2012, establishes return-to-play guidelines for school-aged athletes with concussions.
Craig Fast discusses some different aspects of working in a clinical outreach setting. Hear his stories and see how he is making the best of it. He also mans a walk in injury clinic which is pretty unique in my experience.
We are broadcasting live from the 2017 NATA expo in Houston Texas.
We used Facebook live to stream as many of the NATA 2017 Expo Interviews as possible.
Dr. Greaser strives to offer all available treatment options to his patients based on their individual goals and expectations. His philosophy is to rehabilitate patients without surgery first if possible. For patients requiring surgery, he provides surgical treatment options which allow the quickest return to activity.
A member of the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, Dr. Greaser is a team physician for the University of Houston athletics and serves as foot and ankle consultant for athletics at the University of St. Thomas and Houston Baptist University.
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.”