The Journal on Active Aging Quotes Dr. Clint Soppe: Pickleball: Participation, passion, and fractures on the rise

Dr. Soppe interviewed on common causes of pickleball injuries   Article attachment link:  Pickleball – JOAA   Pickleball has taken the United States, Australia, and, well, the world by storm, making the sport a compelling topic for this column even though I haven’t played it myself. In the US alone, participation increased 52% between 2022…

Health.com Quotes Dr. Ilan Danan: Could Your Massage Gun Be Making You Dizzy? New Report Links Devices to Vertigo

Dr. Danan helps explain relationship of massage guns and vertigo   Article Links: Do Massage Guns Cause Vertigo? (health.com)   Handheld massage guns can be helpful for working out sore muscles. But a new scientific report found that they may also raise a person’s risk of developing vertigo. The report, published in May in JAMA Otolaryngology, details two cases of…

AARP Magazine Quotes Dr. Kenton Fibel: Injections for Knee Pain Are Common — But Do They Work?

  Dr. Kenton Fibel weighs in on the efficacy of injectable treatments to combat knee osteoarthritis.   Article Link:  Do Knee Injections for Pain Actually Work? (aarp.org)   About 1 in 7 people diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis will receive some sort of injection to treat the painful, sometimes debilitating, symptoms of the disease. Yet studies in recent…

The Athletic Quotes Dr. Daniel Kharrazi: What does Kristaps Porziņģis’ ‘rare’ ankle injury mean for Celtics in the NBA Finals?

Dr. Kharrazi interviewed on the Celtics power forward’s injury. Article Link: Celtics’ Kristaps Porziņģis making progress from calf strain, no timetable for return – The Athletic DALLAS — The Boston Celtics finally got Kristaps Porziņģis back for the NBA Finals and were immediately reminded how vital he is to the team’s success. After a regular season full of small injuries forcing…

MedCentral.com Quotes Dr. Kenneth Jung: How to Handle Common Foot and Ankle Injuries

Dr. Jung shares insights on what to expect most in primary care settings in this interview.  Article:  How to Handle Common Foot and Ankle Injuries (medcentral.com) The prevalence of foot and ankle issues is substantial and second only to knee problems when it comes to healthcare visits for musculoskeletal injuries, according to estimates published in the Journal…

Parents Quotes Dr. Zaslow: Lawsuit Alleges Teen’s Cardiac Arrest Came From Panera Bread’s Charged Lemonade—What Parents Need To Know about Caffeine Drinks

Dr. Zaslow tells Parents.com too much caffeine not advisable for kids.  Says it has adverse effects on kids.   Article Link: Panera Drink Discontinued After Teen Hospitalization (parents.com) Panera Bread is facing another lawsuit over its Charged Lemonade, a highly caffeinated drink the company announced it is now discontinuing. This news is an opportunity to…

AP News Quotes Dr. Neal ElAttrache: After 50 years, Tommy John surgery is evolving to increase success and sometimes speed return

Dr. ElAttrache asked about the longevity of the evolving surgical technique   Interview Link: After 50 years, Tommy John surgery is evolving to increase success and sometimes speed return   NEW YORK (AP) — Tommy John surgery, like baseball itself, is evolving to increase success and sometimes speed return. Dr. Jeffrey R. Dugas developed a procedure…

Rugbyflca.com: Cedars Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute Partners with RFCLA

Rugby Football Club Los Angeles (RFCLA) and medical services group Cedars Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute have agreed to a sponsor partnership for the Club’s inaugural season. Press Release:  Read Full press release here   RFCLA will have access to Cedars Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute physicians as official team healthcare providers and orthopaedic specialists, consultants and medical directors through this partnership. This…