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"medial meniscus" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

04:46 min | 2 months ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Hello, everybody. Welcome back to the NBA front office show. We've got a lot to get into today. A lot of players out for the season. Of course when we're at this point of the season, all it takes is a stubbed toe to put a player out for the remainder of the year because that's where we're at right now. Not a lot of time left in the NBA season. Joining me is Keith Smith Keith. I'm in the bad place right now. That's just where I'm living on a daily basis in Laker land. I know you are not in such a place. Well, I'm going to interrupt you because you remember when they thought they were in the good place, but it turned out they were in the bad place. Yes, I did. It's kind of where we think it might be, right? For Celtics fans right now looked like we were in the good place on Celtics nation here with first place in the east. Last night, another dominating wind there up to second biggest point differential in the NBA and just were absolutely rolling and now Robert Williams out for an indeterminate amount of time. Torn left meniscus for rubber Williams lateral meniscus, which is apparently as I've become a expert here in the last several hours is less severe than the medial meniscus. Which is on the inside of the knee, it's the outside. It's what Joel embiid played with last year. So some guys can play it all just depends on the severity of the tear and the location of the tear and those kind of things. So we'll find out more per the Celtics later this week, so it sounds like they're probably going to get in there and get a look at it. And then we'll know a little bit more, but for now, they're going to be without one of the key members of what has been a very dominant team in an excellent unit, even when they weren't playing well, that's starting group was really, really good. He's been a big part of why defensively they've been able to play big and still and still get out to guys, get out to shooters. I'd have to imagine Daniel tice is going to get leaned upon quite a bit. He'll get leaned on more grant. Will you grant his tended to be the one who starts one other Horford or rob? Is out, so we'll see. If that's where he goes, deal with that. Tonight's not going to give us any indicator. They're playing the raptors and about an hour and a half. And the injured unavailable list is. Robert Williams Al Horford Jayson Tatum jaylen Brown. So none of them are playing, so yeah, I think we're not going to get a full look at it. And kind of think if Marcus smart plays at all, I think it might be a Marcus smart makes a cameo appearance maybe gets the old Keith bogans of starts each half and then is out pretty quickly..

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Wind bed is available. If you were someone you know as a gambling problem called one 805 two two 4700. Hello everybody, welcome back to the NBA front office show. We've got a lot to get into today. A lot of players out for the season. Of course when we're at this point of the season, all it takes is a stubbed toe to put a player out for the remainder of the year because that's where we're at right now. Not a lot of time left in the NBA season. Joining me is Keith Smith. Keith, I'm in the bad place right now. That's just where I'm living on a daily basis. And Laker land, I know you are not in such a place. Well, I'm going to interrupt you because you remember when they thought they were in the good place, but it turned out they were in the bad place. Yes, I did. It's kind of where we think we might be, right? For Celtics fans right now looked like we were in the good place on Celtics nation here with first place in the east. Last night, another dominating wind there up to second biggest point differential in the NBA and just were absolutely rolling and now Robert Williams out for an indeterminate amount of time. Torn left meniscus for rubber Williams lateral meniscus, which is a apparently as I've become a expert here in the last several hours is less severe than the medial meniscus. Which is on the inside of the knee. It's the outside. It's what Joel embiid played with last year. So some guys can play it all just depends on the severity of the tear and the location of the tear and those kind of things. So we'll find out more per the Celtics later this week, so it sounds like they're probably going to get in there and get a look at it. And then we'll know a little bit more, but for now, they're going to be without one of the key members of what has been a very dominant team in an excellent unit, even when they weren't playing well, that's starting group was really, really good. He's been a big part of why defensively they've been able to play big and still and still get out to guys, get out to shooters. I'd have to imagine Daniel tice is going to get leaned upon quite a bit. He'll get leaned on more grant Williams. His tended to be the one who starts one other Horford or rob is out, so we'll see. If that's where he goes, deal with that, tonight's not going to give us any indicator. They're playing the raptors and about an hour and a half. And the injured unavailable list is Robert Williams Al Horford Jayson Tatum jaylen Brown. So none of them are playing, so yeah, I think we're not going to get a full look at..

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:47 min | 11 months ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Because at one point or another. We're all going to need it and the older we get the more you're gonna need it and in an era of co vid an aging population. Where all gonna need it dr. Tony dale is the author of the cure for healthcare and old world doctors prescription for the new world health system. The book is available. You can find it anywhere as of last month and what's interesting dr. Dale is that you approach this both as a doctor and a patient based on an experience that you had told me about that. Well thank you michael so much for inviting mateer show i. I'd love to tell you about it. i i am a british family doctor. I trained a green london. Back in the sixties and seventies Which kinda dates me. That's part of the old world And moved over here in eighty seven and It was not moving here for cynical reasons so i didn't get actively involved in the health system at that point But then i fell foul of the system. When i injured my knees Wednesday orthopedic surgeon. I knew what has happened. Torn medial meniscus fairly typical sport injury Can't always keep up with the kids at my age And in that context. I i knew is gonna need surgery. Simple surgery And the orthopedic surgeon told me it was gonna cost about two thousand dollars to put right That made sense to me. Have no problems with that. Surgery went fine until the bills again coming. And then This happened in nineteen ninety six. I got about fifteen thousand dollars in bills which in today's terms would be more like thirty five thousand dollars And i just couldn't believe it. Where in half an hour In the operating room. And you know maybe half an hour previously or post-surgery that i spend with the surgeon. Had you know all that money got spent. That began my digging into what was happening and trying to see if there were ways i could help with the american system. And how can you help talk about that. Well there are all sorts of things that can be done to help You know you talked about the affordable care act coming in which of course it did in two thousand and ten and You know. I i'd be willing to You know give The side of the argument that I'm sure the people doing this Probably had a desire to help people but they certainly did not have If you like much real world experience if they honestly believed that by creating some sort of link up between government and the large insurance companies what's usually called a cartel when government and a few monopolistic providers Get together In that context especially when you guarantee the profits for the private companies the only way for the companies to make great money to keep raising premiums up and of course they to do that The hospitals don't mind playing along with it because they can charge high prices. Because everybody's used to hike crisis an all the incentives are aligned in the wrong way. Something which i'd already seen happen in the british national health service which literally is what some people have talked about is the sort of medicare for all or the the the the public option. You know catchphrases. That sort of thing you can put on a bumper sticker. are easy to absorb an i. I honestly think their languages quite ingenious but absolutely betrays. What actually goes on People don't need a public option. They need a personal option that they need personal choices. They need The rebuilding of the doctor patient relationship where with price transparency and a real genuine exchange of value between doctor and patient We would see prices driven down in ways that maybe weekend described medicines on such a weird thing the medical care Because it's the only thing. I know of where you engage the person without any discussion of price without any expectation of price. And you know you go to the emergency room and then you find out later how much it's going to cost and you're invariably shocked. How do we fix that well. It's absolutely fixable. And they're all sorts of fascinating things going on in the free market at the moment that are demonstrating How relatively straightforward. It is to fix. Now you know a couple of things that i can easily mentioned won't go into the whole scope of the problem. But what it illustrates is there are answers so if you take something like the rapid growth of the direct primary care movement now. Most of your listeners may not oughta be aware of what a direct primary care. Most people call it. Dpc practice is but these are medical practices based upon the local You know jim. Lifetime fitness or twenty four hour fitness where we think nothing of paying you know fifty or seventy five dollars a month to belong to a gym Use it as much as we need to use it if we don't want to But we're very grateful for the service provides what many family doctors have discovered. Is that for that sort of amount of money. I mean we're talking less than the price of a couple of starbucks coffee each day on the way to work you can actually have twenty four seven access to a primary care. Doctor who has chosen to limit the size of their practice To typically around five or six hundred patients instead of twenty five to thirty five hundred patients meaning that they've got four or five times as much time to really pour into the life of that patient and in doing so. The whole doctor patient relationship is restored both in terms of economics exchange value. Because that isn't handled through in the insurance world is handled by direct membership payment and from the doctor to the pension. There's that renewed respect when you have easy access to your doctor whether it's by phone by texts by video conference you can see him when you need help Some of these doctors also have gone back to doing the old-fashioned house calls. Which is the world. I grew up in with. My father is a family doctor. So huge improvements in in primary care through. Gpc very similar in the surgical world where free market surgery centers are emerging. There's one right here in austin the texas remark. It surgery center It's modeled after a one of the very early pioneers in oklahoma city. The surgery center oklahoma There's one opening up soon in houston. From what i understand where they publish all their prices up front and i looked up a crisis yesterday for someone. It was on a knee replacement it was fifteen thousand five hundred dollars all in everything. Labs accurate you know hardware in your knee. Surgeon anthony's that fifteen thousand five hundred compared to the more typical for other hospitals here in austin around fifty pounds with.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:39 min | 11 months ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"And finally you're like i gotta get this fixed so it could be Immediate in acute just from stepping off the curb or twisting your knee the wrong way our for basketball and soccer players. It's more likely since they hit with your which runners as we know. Don't do so much run in straight lines for in giant circles. Without getting into my. My injury is re too much. 'cause it is not interesting I had taken a break from running last january to deal with something else and during that time the pain kind of crept up and while i was dealing with nights to my doctor like okay. I know i have this current injury but my knees hurting music mandatory about it. Let's deal with one at a time and the kind of became the injury and eventually got mri any diagnosed. It as a medial meniscus tear that had been there for a while and had become symptomatic which i thought was interesting so had clearly been increasing for some time Over the years from running where teheran got to a point where as he described it to me. Since there's no blood flow in the knee won't kill on. Its own so you can either manage it with some attend peachy and hope that it's not a going to become symptomatic anymore. And many athletes do live with Tears within are not repair or if the doesn't work than he said you'll need surgery to go back to your normal life style that you're accustomed to and ultimately that became the option that we had to take so it was unfortunate but i'm glad that i had a talented surgeon leaks it for me In kind of guide me through the process. So i'm hoping that it's behind me so i know like we've said you know you've been doing this sort of I don't even know if hybrid is the right word but on today you haven't for the most part for a long time. There was no studio audience. Know people on the plaza. Now we see some people out there. But i wanna know how it feels for you. Are you like itching to get those big crowds back. Are you like now. This is good. this is comfortable. Where are you at with where things stand now. And what's your hope for the future of the show. I mean the crowd provides in energy like no other. And the anchors the crew we all feed off and it's great to be back on the plaza when we have concerts segments outside with the crowd Your without it. It was definitely noticeable. So it's it's nice to have them back and everything's done Along the guidelines of of nbc. And what we are allowed to do within the city in the state of new york so everyone in the crowd is vaccinated at something. That's determined when they check in something that's required to be part of our plaza crowd. Personally i trust the science Welcome crowds back. As long as the shows haven't been back on game for rent are so what's coming up on the show that you're excited about any any concerts guests. What are you looking forward to. Well funny thing about the way. Our show is booked is sometimes guests are far out and sometimes in short term. And you know unless i really died deep into my emails might actually out the morning six Surprised to hear so. I take a day by day like sometimes we have big events like we had a nickle concert before we went to tokyo. We knew about that one coming up for a while so that was pretty exciting to look for to so in general. I'm just looking forward to having More concerts outside again just getting back to normal a bit and then you know because of the delayed schedule. We're coming right up on another olympics. Twenty twenty two in beijing is the hope that you'll be there on the show goes in. I hope i'll be there. Which do you prefer. Summer or winter olympics super. Yeah obviously rousson. General took will eat notwithstanding definitely prefer summer olympics. Yeah i mean. I couldn't even. I went for a run this morning and like a jog. let's not. I'm not giving myself any credit here. It was a slog and it was. It was very hot and humid here. Today in new hampshire and i was walking for of it and i had a moment where i wasn't even trying and i was like what would molly seidel do and i was like. I should pick it up and run right now. But i'm not at the olympics so i'm gonna keep walking I just can't imagine the heat and humidity and to you know. Forget running a marathon to be there with an entire leg. Brace on on your feet. Fresh off surgery. I give you a lot of credit for surviving. The two weeks in tokyo. Who thinks it's funny because no matter what the temperature is at home. I'm usually just more comfortable working in jeans at work especially because studios pretty cool with air conditioning. But he wanted to go outside. But once i had that leg brace out i tried it out when i went back to work for a few days where i wear the brace over my jeans and i've never been more uncomfortable my life and was are you're gonna need to get some some sort of work shorts for thanksgiving week norway. I'm wearing jeans or pants in tokyo. So i got these creatures in warm day was graham's Felt a little out of sorts with myself. It's not my through fashion shows for not running. Let's put it out well as you are on your road to recovery and as you're cleared for light jogging you know what you should do is you should join our roker. Who's been crushing it in central park. I don't know if you follow him on his updates. our great he's crushing it. I love it. He's he's really crushing people. Don't don't remember but al crushed new york city marathon. Also you know. He's he's no stranger to distance running gag into So cool do i do it. Yeah i used to see him running in central park all the time. When i i moved to new york and i would freak out like that to me. Was the ultimate celebrity sighting. And i i mean. I know i've told you this like i don't care that much about celebrities but newscasters. I'm like oh my god hi. This is so cool. Like cannot contain myself around. Craig melvin. noce so yes Your your colleagues are my celebrities. We're good team unfortunate. You do all right so as you are as we're talking about the future and what's to come. You mentioned that big. Bq goal that we know we'll get pushed a little bit. But i wanna know big picture. What are your biggest hopes dreams and goals on the run and beyond love to run the six world majors and then not run marathons any. Yeah i mean. I i love the half marathon so running wise. That would be a nice goal to to just get the success of the way when you run the new york city marathon and there but you know ultimately my my my goal for the beyond is to just be able to go out and run a few miles every day or two in central park and be comfortable doing that. That would be goal to do that at stay healthy so if you don't love the marathon distance and i know this is kind of a cheesy question but what's your why. Then what is what is the desire to do the majors and to want to put yourself through that.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

"Times but my brother realized that that was not the right question to ask like seeing and we find money for it in a budget that actually it presupposes that the money has to come from all budgets and he just said listen. Well we just need. Some money can come from anywhere. Can you talk to people in our industry and sure enough. They came back couple days later and said we found somebody who wants to invest in this. Because that's something that makes sense to them to so such a simple thing going in. And saying i am i you know putting need liz limits. On the way i define the problem self imposed limitations. If you will accident there's another one here. Which is strong emotions. And i know i i would have people. I call it becoming an open hearted warrior to actually lean into the motions because the body is very visceral. You'll feel tightened gut wherever it is to lean into that and go through it to see. Where are these emotions coming from. And how can that itself make me stuck and it. that's something i've learned Basically when people express the problems try to listen for the emotions and notice emotional worse. And there's another interesting place where this manifest. Because when i run my work i ask people to pick a personal problem. They're facing an tried to solve that and now it's very characteristic. There's some people who who choose every safe problems. They pick something about. Oh they now. I can't figure out a way to park my car as the problem but is that really like is that to our biggest challenge at the moment what i noticed. Was that the people who dare a little bit more often. They they try to tackle a problem that they are actually trouble. Like you know. I have a problem with my family or i'm when we have meetings at work i am kind of afraid to cert- myself or like things why they little struggle with looking in the mirror and kind of versus taking these little bit more like oh. I have too many emails or whatever. Those small frictions are so emotional aspect here is is very important very good and then going back to you know. Does it have to be in the budget. Use an example. I love this. I was going along the same lines. Although you had several problems in there that did stumped me high did come up with seven ships but but when we got to to hipsters shuffleboard and food truck. I found this one fascinating. Because i'm going outsource man. There's another way. Tell us about this problem. And how they solved it so this was an amazing woman. I know her name. Is ashley album. And her and her business partner. Jonathan snap one point. They were going to florida for crazy. Reasons of it. Actually is a very multifaceted charissa. She went down there to get certified as a judge in barbecue. Competitions does now. When when in jonathan were down there they saw some hipsters hanging out in a park playing shuffleboard and they seem to be very popular with in st went light. That's interesting we have a lot of hipsters back in brooklyn. I wonder if there's an opportunity to start a club around this and sure enough her and jonathan they created a the royal palms shop o'clock which is In brooklyn and literally like this old warehouse you'll get into their show of course and it's just full of brooklyn heights kind of a kind of pain now. That was the background for the probably renting's which is should they serve food at the venue and if you have a friend who works with with Hospitality i mean. Food is just a hassle like if they're so many regulations their permits need special equipment staffing. It's not a good way to make money whereas alcohol and selling drinks and so on that that's where the money tends to be a problem that they kind of needed food for the club to work. it was both more difficult to get alcohol permanent without it. It was they needed these. The hipsters brooklyn to hang around and be there for an evening instead of hopping and fort bank and so most people in that situation. They were kinda analyze. Well we have two options like sir food or don't serve food and accept that we will have fewer customers. What acid jonathan did was. They went on said. Is there a way to get. The benefits are serving food without the hassle of having to and he came up with with What i still think is such a brilliant solution. They build eck arosh right next to the club with an open window into the club and then they used. New york's food trucks so literally night. You see a food truck driving in there and packing and feeding the folks in the club. That meant ashley didn't have to suffer any of the pain of kind of having like food license. That's because that that was what the food truck and she could still get all of her plans to stick around and as a site bonus. They could serve new food every week like this week. We are going to have Tacos does such a beautiful destruction of again pushing back against trade offs. Most people say should be ashley and other creative people going to stare there a better way. Hello bright and shiny beacon of light if you're feeling overwhelmed stock or in a funk that you're not alone that's why we created the open hearted warrior boot camp. It's an almost free seven-day program to help you. feel better. Overcome subconscious blocks and find greater positivity in your life with guided meditations exercises tapping end more. You'll leave your phone behind and began attracting goodness into your life. And did i mention. It's almost free simply visit. Inspire nation university dot com again. That's inspire nation. University dot com the next boot camp starting soon and we'd love to see you there who years ago awhile basically to describe it. I have a left leg. That has titanium femur titanium hip. No no other. Cl's mc l. No lateral medial meniscus. The niece not supposed to work and yet it works great. And i run mountains and i run like the wind and if i was to go to a doctor now if i was to go to a surgeon he would tell me or she. You need surgery for this that or the other thing. Which is why when people come to me around health coaching. I'm always like maybe there's another perspective because if somebody is a carpenter they're going to suggest carpentry. So what's the danger of boys in hammers. This is a this is a saying from that. Gentleman called eight kaplan and he was a scientist and he Back in sixty four. He wrote a book about being a scientist where he he formulated this beautiful sentence which is basically you know if you give a boy a hammer. Everything looks like a nail That's very true for everybody. We have these preferred solutions. We have these tools that we used to wielding and there is a point at which we just automatically. Go in and say Problem that must be this kind of problem. That mu swing my hammer. It's again non wrong to have a favourite hammer. We have preferred tools because they often work. What is dangerous is when you become blind to seeing when it's not working like you. We discussed it before when you start yelling at your spouse again and it's of kitty didn't work the last fifty times. Should we tried another one hundred times or should we try a different hammer. Difference if you're having a now i'm taking hammer and spouse. We'll say you're you're hammering your spouse with your voice. Is the goal to win. The argument or is the goal for happiness and bliss in the relationship. You may have the.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Chamberlain and michael thompson are hip surgery. Patients were hip surgery patients of his. And we welcome in. Dr robert clapper. Dr welcome to the what's happening. Pleasure to be here. Gentlemen great to have. You heard your show on saturday mornings when i'm running errands so i'm very familiar with with the clapper won't let let's start here joel embiid. That's the huge news. He has toured slightly torn meniscus in his right knee. He's night and they're saying these day to day which you know day to day. That doesn't sound that bad. How serious is this well. Russell westbrook had a torn lateral meniscus head surgery. I remember back in the day jordan. Farm are These are unusual tears. Because if you find one hundred patients with knee pain. Ninety out of a hundred will tear the medial meniscus. That's the cushion in your knee on the big toe side of your joint. We're talking about the lateral meniscus. Ten out of one hundred patients much more unusual lateral meniscus. it's a very different. Animal meal versus lateral. And let me just explain it to you. You look at your knee and you think it's moving as a hinge straighten your leg. Bend your knee right that that bending and straightening comes from the big toe side. The shape of the bone of the femur is a hinge but for you to be able to rotate your foot in and out the lateral movement rotation comes from the lateral side of that very same joint. So there's more stress. They are in rotation so. I wanna ask you this question. Chris do you think they'll be less rotational forces When a player with a lateral meniscus play center versus forward. I'd love your insight in terms of these same injuries. I have to deal with the players. If they play a different position. We'll get into. Anthony davis a second if he goes back as the five versus the four. But what is your opinion about. The different stresses on the body. The painting on the position player place. Anything i mean in obvious is just the lateral part of the knee. When you bring up lateral movement obviously if you play out on the perimeter is going to be more of a factor for you. I'm glad you asked me that. Because we had kerry kittles the former nets player earlier a he thinks that the way the game is played now guys are defending out further on the floor. No big men are just plant themselves on the block and battling down there. They're moving a lot more covering a lot more space than they used to enjoy. Limited as a huge guy. May he moves like a small forward or to guard. He's cutting a lot herky-jerky lot of moves and kerry thinks that is bad for these bigger players and that's one of the reasons in beat and others are getting hurt. Is that accurate. Or what's your thought on that. That's exactly accurate you. He's totally right. And it's really it's so important to as an orthopedic surgeon taking care of these players. You've got to look at the mechanism of injury as you treat these players so look how joel embiid is landing. You look at the video on youtube. He's coming down on the lateral side. The little toe side of his foot forcing his leg is whole leg into a knock kneed position. You put all that weight at that angle of the knee and you literally take clapper vision for you can portray pictures for you to understand. It's like taking a hammer and beating on the cushion inside the knee on the lateral side. It's no wonder it's split open. And i know rob papi love food so let me give you a clap revision of what we look for in a meniscus tear. It's a lot like a slice of apple pie if you tear the meniscus in the crushed the periphery of the meniscus because it literally looks like that triangular slice of pie crust and then it becomes thinner..

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Seventeen matthew noted the Probably is a wide receiver to this year. Next piece of new things patriots are a real real real option for field. I don't think anybody is a real option form right now. I don't think anybody's a real option. Not option like washington for all we know could be in the next map. You like until something is much closer. I and i don't mean that to be like i guess what i'm is. I think everybody is on the table. Except for teams that are like basically capped out or like the box panthers and whoever else i'm forgetting in their division bucks panthers and vowed and saints right like that's about it you know so i think everybody is real to in in that sense. Just i think that A lot of room left for a deals to be negotiated around. Julio jones which do think it's a matter of time export as he said on undisputed the shannon sharpe. I'm outta here. Meaning i'm out of atlanta so it feels like it's just a matter of time You think this one thing to just sort of talk about it. And i guess we can. We'll dive into it when when the trade actually happens and it's interesting field. You can talk about this as well. I know this is something you've been talking about. Nfl live but You know it's june second as we take this today. It is june second and there are certainly a positive cap implications for atlanta trading him. After today right. I mean the post june first Roster moves like again. He's owed a lot of money. But i believe and you're much better at this stuff than i am in terms of the cap stuff but You know being traded. After june first is a positive so feels like potentially this week. Something can happen and it was not going to happen any sooner than yesterday and just to make it really quick. Basically he's got a lot of dead money that atlanta's going to absorb once they trade him if they did it before june one all dead money hits in two thousand twenty one if they trade them afternoon. One that money gets split between two thousand twenty line in two thousand twenty two insignificant cap. Savings for falcons. Who as we know. Have one of the league's tighter cap situations. As currently stand esteban jordan raanan report saquon snaps could be limited or in the early going of or saquon torus. Acl very very early. Last season. sounds like he's expecting to be ready for week. One but do you suspect At a hundred percent workload. I i suspect he will not be in. This really. didn't come as a surprise to me. Actually when we have the scheduled release show. I don't know if you guys remember. But i kind of hinted at it saying that if you know. It's reminder why injuries are not all created equal so just to review saquon tours and his m sale and his medial meniscus. Why does that matter because he had to delay surgery for about a month while the mc l. heal. You know you often let that. He'll on its own depending on how and wears torn And then also when they went in for surgery they had to repair the meniscus. When you repair it. That's good for the long-term healthier knee because you're protecting that tissue but after surgery you have to slow your rehab down to control your ranges of motion. How much loading you can do early on. So it effectively delays some of your rehab and while i've heard reports that he's doing well and he's you know catching up so to speak. His game is built on power explosiveness and as a running back getting those qualities. Back after seizure like this it takes time and That's that's a long is that it's one thing to be ready to return to play or cleared to return to play. It's another thing to return to performance. They are not the same. So i do not anticipate that safin will look the same out of the gate and nor do i expect that he will get the same number of reps out the gate night. That could change. Let's see what happens in training camp but the giants are very good about monitoring workload. It's a big emphasis is there. And and they really shifted gears. A few years ago after they had all these hamstring injuries cetera. And so they're very dialed into that. And i believe they will control his workload through camp and into the early part of the season and the the gamble for me for fancy purposes. Is you just. Don't know what you're going to get with saquon until you can see him in a competitive setting doesn't matter how he looks working out. It matters how he looks in a game at the question. People are gonna wanna ask him. Hearing to you said is really. I think twofold one does impact where you have him ranked at the start of the season. I guess to add to a lesser degree. Does that mean that you must pick up an insurance policy if you raft saquon barkley. Yes in probably year. I mean like so two things right first off. While the limited snaps doesn't while jordan's report doesn't change where i rank him. Stefania did right. You know. I took a note of that defined i know you think i don't listen to you but i actually do the only time i ignore it us just in in the twenty three hours. When we're not on the podcast. On the podcast. I am dialed into what you say. After the podcast genesis blah blah blah. Then it's a bunch of white noise sort of what i do with my wife but On the podcast. I am dialed into what you say. And wins define your says. She's nervous about a player. The way she did write saquon barkley. My ears perk up. And i actually moved him back to running back six. Feel which is where i believe. You have them as well. I haven't behind derrick henry busy because i'm nervous right i. I'm certainly nervous and again. 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"medial meniscus" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Their running backs Mark Ingram and JK Dobbins tested positive and they will not be playing your backfield. Looks like it will be Gus Edwards. And Justice Hill. Yep. The big showdown with the Steelers Gus Edwards, the only available running back on the roster, who has had any carries this season, and Justice Hill a little used 2019 4th round pick will be Baltimore's Pop back up. You already have an offense that struggling to find its identity here, and now you're facing the Steelers. It does feel like this is one of those weird games where Baltimore has no business winning this game. You got your star offensive linemen out for the year. You don't have any wide receivers. You don't have your running backs and you're going. You're facing an undefeated stealer, too. Yeah, I'm a club. Good thing. Running backs. Don't matter when you want to leave, because Edwards is the bad, right? Well, He better be not bad. He better be decent. Good. Think he's better than those other two guys? We'll ignore him has been hurt. Well, yeah, but Dobbins has taken over the bulk of the carries their There's sort of phasing Mark Ingram out. They're all the same. All those guys are exactly the same ball running back gives in Virginia joins us. Hey, Gibbs. What's on your mind? Andy. How you doing? Hi, Gibbs. Um Like I mean, you were beating around the bush. Let's just call it what it is Tom Brady's petty man. It just is. I mean, like it's a game after game when he loses, he's Patty. That being said. Holly. How do you feel about my field? My Carolina. Only one Caroline like Carolina heels against Notre Dame this weekend that that's a disaster game for Notre Dame. Because Notre Dame fans are already looking to the SEC title game, and they're not going to like it. I like it. Yes, sir. Yeah, thank you. Thank you gives you what you're gonna lose. What is the line on that game? North Carolina. Just like every other year. We look at North Carolina go. Hey, North Carolina is good. North Carolina always has a couple of draft picks. Where you go. Why were they any good? Team wise, but they always have some talent Temple. That's a sneaky game because Stan on Friday we get blindsided by some college football games. Iowa State Texas is at noon on Friday. That's ready and Notre Dame North Carolina 3:30. P.m. Eastern Notre Dame's given five. Sam, How long you guys been late night? You got Oregon, Oregon State. Doc in South Carolina. Hey, Doc, what's on your mind? They didn't want to give you I've got some connection. Short version is with the Bengals. I'm a radiologist and read thousands of needy MRI's and Mark Galloway that jingles team. Doc has also done surgery on both of my knees. You get that This is breaking news. You get it first. The short version with some borrowed me is a C l tear m c l tear medial meniscus maceration. So what? That is your A C l goes from your femur to your tibia at an angle going from the back to the front in the midline urine cl If you look down, attorneys on the inside Of his left knee going from FEMA to tibia. And then the medial meniscus is the pad that's between your femur and your tibia. On the medial side. It's called the terrible Try going. It happens a lot of times together in a massive the injury from that angle. The good news is for him that it's in his left knee. It's not his planning the years throwing the necessarily and at the quarterback. He probably probably shouldn't give him any long term damage, even though it's pretty bad, So that's the upside. You'll hear that later. I got it straight from sources. So there you go. Thank you. I'm here with you guys could do a great job. I'll try to share when people get these big injuries and all. I've switched my life. Six ways to movements. I'll have a little more time I lived. Thank you, Doc. Gotta go. Yeah, One more item in the first hours. Master class boy, This is great stuff. And this is such a great deal. When you think about a great gift for somebody. How about that? Well, first, let me tell you about Master class and then you understand why it's such a great deal. Master class offers exclusive. Classes on a wide variety of topics, all topped by world class masters at the top of their field. I was just looking at Steph Curry teaching ball handling and shooting and being a great shooter. I wanted to see if he was doing it correctly, and he is. I think that you're gonna learn a lot from Steph Curry. Serena Williams. You wanna learn tennis? How about comedy?.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The hell happened? I think I like you just went up 10 points just sitting there listening. You're right Once again. It just made me feel like Back in school, which is why you beat up on me every week. So you're the bully. I was not a bully. Well, did you learn how to do that when you met me? What? You seem unnatural. You just bring it out. I don't know what this as far as I'm really not a bully. Well, that was interesting. Is that brilliant guy? Just quit. Thank goodness there's people like him around. Is a place out in Colorado. It's just gorgeous. He's got a stream going through the property and But anyway, buildings talking about all the different things. I'm like What? He didn't tell you. I can break this stick against this tree. What he didn't tell you is that do that He saved his sister's life who was in four stage cancer. And by doing this with the edibles, he's going to give you some edibles to eat. But I don't know. I've never had popped my entire all. Why do you never? I've never touched the Steinway ever. I'm just so proud of what he's accomplished. I mus proud of what made about you. I mean, for the slow kid to do what? You've only ring ISS ISS. It's going. It's going to be harder for me to make fun of them now because I know him. And I'm saying it was because Dr Mick was just Ah, He was just an illusion. You saw him. You thought he was with the third, right? That's what Mick and the cash even if she thought that I'm going to save the world. So now that I know me actually is brilliant and seems pretty nice and his lovely wife. It's like now it's like who I called where my inner name was. Eli. See, I've got one lady who likes to Who's Eileen likes to be called Ike. And then I forgot her name was Eli. So I've screwed that up. He'll forgive me. 239 93 93. We're here. It Alison Ville Home and Garden by Sullivan in Fisher's 114th and Allison Ville Road. Got some great special is going on. We have 40% off all of our trees and shrubs here. We just got some beautiful panties in. So you still put fall pans. He's out right now. Unfortunately, the moms are gone. We have plenty of pumpkins. We got more pumpkins in so be kind of cool and you can kind of come out and see our construction. And what we have planned for Alison Bill Auto has arrived. Auto is his painting and striping the new part of your parking lot. You see auto out there? I do. I wonder if they were doing white lines or yellow. What do you prefer? I think I guess white. I do too. I think the white is a little more classy. Do you do Ah, reflective paint or you just to paint. I think just pain is pain. I don't really know does you're not really here a tonight, right? I should know because I Paying for it, but I don't know. No one asked. That question could be a heavy equipment dealer. I'm looking at a digger. I'm looking at a front and skid steer. I'm looking at a roller. You got every piece of equipment known to them. It's a big project Big project. Yeah. You're a big shot, and we got Theo. No 239 93 93. We're going to be here till one o'clock. Also wanted to mention that if you go on Alison Bills, Facebook page or there are there. Ah! Website. Sign up. We're having a holiday container party. The on November 19th, the 21st and 24th and I think to just be looking for more dates to be at it because I think two of those dates already sold out. It's 10 box that you get a fiber container, the soil, then the staff will help you. Then you buy the greens and different things to make your container. But the the Everybody. Our experts will be here to help you. We throw in beer and wine in some light orders for the evening, So that's 66 until nine. On in November, so check that out. So we have a lot of fun events coming up here both at our keystone location pen. Although all of our stores Alison Bill does a ton of events, so s so that should be a lot of fun. Any word on on Thanksgiving for a turkey fist. Are we close? Still don't know trying to figure it out, Danny. It's 2000 people. Ah, codes, looking little rearing its ugly head right now, So I'm trying to figure that out. It's only one that I haven't quite It's a monster. You know, it's among 1000 people. Oh, I forgot to ask Mick about the cartilage you can find out for me, right? All right. I'll find out about dry hears you here because here's my glad to be in that surgery, too. Yeah, I bet you would. Here's my knee. This is a doctor. You know, I got a name are on my knee. Yeah. So that's right. You $329 to 99 to 99 didn't have a flashing neon sizes today Special I thought I was waiting because I thought maybe at some arthritis and some different things. That's what they sent me. Yeah, Every structure in your knee has some damage to a most of it likely old. The main central stabilizing ligament called the A. C. L only has a few fibres attached who, Pat. I've had initially ah, this tears during significant fall or injury, which is probably a radio show. The boring bonus worn down and rough. It all surfaces in your knee. It's worse under kneecap. Both men. Medial and lateral meant discuses have tears in them. That's inside. Now a medial meniscus tear is much larger. That's the inside. Okay, so we'll want to take care of that. If it is I'm in. I don't I don't see how I'm just going to have a really nice which was was doable. But they don't seem to have much to work with. I think you can. I think you can live without an A C l u. Yes, you do that? Otherwise as you're walking downhill, you know, I don't I don't think it's a big deal. You know how there's Here's what I'm going to go from your knee camp to your shinbone. They they take your patella tendon, and they cut out the middle part of it and put bone on bone and and they use that as your new A C and thinking about getting a brush that our cadaver I'm thinking about getting a breast implant. Right in that need it. Just I just need something. Cushion it a little bit, You know, I'm saying I wasn't thinking of that. Really? So no Of a breast implant and one that I don't think I've blushed much on radio, but that caused me to push. Really. I mean, I was just trying to. I'm trying to think outside the box here and I just think some of the items air already available, and I thought if you could just get a breast implant And shove that thing in there into the knee that would cushion that need because there's no cartilage left it. Probably on a cup. But with your ego. I just filthy. I just don't even think they have even thought of this stuff yet. All right, our number two coming up. We're here. It Alison Alison Gilmore to come right here.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You know, and we'll retire because Let's say your medial meniscus was torn. Your lateral meniscus is just a Czolgosz the meal that was Tor now that couldn't undergo tear. I mean, it's had a similar amount of wear and tear so Get the emery down a student. You can certainly give us a call. Okay. Well, thank you so much Great. And the websites, doctor count dot Net DRC LDA. For those of you who'd like to talk to the office to call the office 516794040 for his garden City. Plainview is 516794 away, 516. 4333232 and we're in Garden City today. And this morning. Let's go to Bob in the Bronx. How are you? Morning, doctor. Good morning. Good morning. Hope you will. Yes, I thiss curious as to when you have some stem cell therapy. Uh, to alleviate. Uh uh, arthritis to the Nis is that permanent or Does it have to be done Periodically? Most people don't do a second stem cell treatment. As I've mentioned many times, you know, done thousands and thousands of treatments, But most people will do one treatment and the continued division of those cells that are put in Will continue to grow and repair tissue. So if over the course of a few months you're repairing that Tor a tear. Or a significant inflammatory mechanism. Most people don't need to do that again. There are some people who have really, you know progressed problems whether Parkinson's Alzheimer's, M s or stroke. And those people do well, they will get 60 70% benefit. But then they may have to do it again within a year or two years because they got good results with it, and they opt to do it again. So, but that's a relatively small number of people compared to all the people. That we've seen, so it's pretty rare for people to come back in to get a second treatment. Okay, so I mean, let's say like within 10 years wouldn't last within, like 10 years. In some people, I'm sure it would. So you're asking me a question? That's a hypothetical So I can't look back over thousands of people and say, you know who were the first people that we've done. But when I tell you when we follow up with people, you know a month. Her month over the first six months or so. And then you know, we're correcting their vitamins and they're doing exercise and we're getting all the things together to come back in it again six months later to do their blood, and we've tracked him over the years. The overwhelming majority of people have not done a second stem cell therapy. That's the best way to say it. So do I know if the first person we ever did years and years ago I needed to do a 2nd and 10 years later, No. People think that I have this spectacular recall of everybody that I've ever treated, But I can tell you that the majority of people that we've treated unless they have a release of your disease. I have not done a second treatment, but think about this as well. Um For those people who get result that had the severe disease and they're that much better or 50 60 70% better They want to do it again to gain more. Result. So when we have people have no medical problems that do it because they want to get all of her organs to function is young organs. Okay? Well, thank you very much already. Thank you. So much for your call. Phone lines are open. If you'd like to call and ask question could do so now. 108 for eight W A B C 108 for 89222. And we can get your information. Get your question. Upon board. This is a live program. And we'd love to hear from you also Sundays 7 to 8. PM We've jumped back an hour so that our 6 to 7 P.m. is now 78. Pm As well. A nice life programs so we can chat with you. We follow Lydia Serrano, who is ah, wonderful, wonderful host for her program, so Once again, 100 for a W A B C 108 for 892 to 2 and we can catch up. Up on the air for your question. Let's see what else we have here. That's interesting. Full like full eight and take full cast is inversely associated with the risk of colon cancer. American journal. Clinical Nutrition. You can't get more prestigious. Um, Matt. This is a big study. The nurses, Health and Nutrition study. Have professional sunny follow up. Which Included. 2299 colon cancers 5655 colon adenomas. And this has done in a 16 year follow up. Those who took follow Castle had high levels forecasted had a much lower risk of colon cancer. And this is both long term and short term use of fully so important to make sure that you're testing your folly but all of your vitamins to maximize your ability and your function. Of course, it's not just about one vitamin. And some people say, Well, I take vitamins I take, you know. Ah, one a day or I take a 500 D that's not gonna work. Your body needs a great deal. More than that, because you have 100 trillion cells in your body, and they need to get fed with all your nutrients, So your vitamins have to be tested over the course of the year periodically. Phone lines are open. If you'd like to call in Rita from Long Island is next. How are you? One of us or morning. I'm having my first cup of coffee. There you go. Well, I'm glad you're having a good morning. Yes. Thank you for being there for everybody. Like you know, this morning is Of the two golden question. The gentleman asked the question about, uh, when they called up to follow up on that. Question. You please tell me the difference between us still bright and luminous to arthritis. And and if a person has Rested a while ago. 80%.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"About to move into their purchasing power are you ready contrary to what you may think millennials are very observant and have introduced new corporate expectations into the market ninety percent of consumers will switch brands to one associated with the good cars given similar comparisons how do we know insiders a group of people that uses advertising for good how can we improve your community visit I. N. C. I. T. impact dot com thanks to a nagging knee injury Brandon Ruth got to know doctor artillery one of doc's surgeons I am at the damage to my knee when I was a kid plug soccer and then about five years ago I was climbing out of the and I just climbed a wall on that list my medial meniscus had a form in any time to go through originally it was convenience factor being open on weekends since right after my house and afterwards the doctor actually listen to me then try to diagnose it up on top Dr villa Riel repaired this guest here so how does it feel these days I went running for the first time probably three weeks ago and I haven't done that since before my surgery came back home and it's still great and since then I've probably gone running baby once twice a week it hurts or it hurts we can help director of the beauty care for locations visit directorial care dot com warning this product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical what.

"medial meniscus" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Vitamin Brent okay welcome back and by the way Bob is my co pilot on Saturday mornings Bob your great thank you we've been doing this for a long time I feel like we're Batman and robin I don't know I don't want to be robin okay now I hurt myself I I hit something what my knee it was just a weird weird injury and I taught my meniscus and because I told my meniscus then I strained my ligaments so my my right medial meniscus was ripped I've been healing at an amazing rate and you know I'm I'm I'm gonna be sixty six and a month and a half your healing slows down with age but you know they talk about those bone broths well that's what collagenous you know a hundred a couple hundred years ago all would take in all light like claw ham hocks and things in a cook a manhole fictional and they get different forms of collagen in their shoes and people commonly H. does so they went out the court venison the chorus world it toward the pop we don't do that anymore I mean my wife makes me sure open at seven kinds of vegetables and let me tell you I love it but I'm not getting almost collagen ingredients so we have a really clean collagen that's not from squirrels that comes from an Italian French company all pac ten B. five thousand it's really clean now they compete in Japan they compared my collagen tool couple Chinese collagens my collagen work much better in human clinical trials why because it's loaded with collagen peptides that have been liberated by getting in charge that's why it's called hydrolyzed collagen collagen to really big molecule you can absorb sure yet and signs they break it down they released a culture peptides then it heals you and rebuild you the the Chinese collagen certain work because they were watered down they were deluded show was more like eating Jello you just cello you're better off because they'll only hope you nails they're not going to improve your bones to knock on improve your joints did not gonna they're only going to help you know but when you do are collagen which is really bone broth I mean that's what Paul broth is when you two are collagen every build your entire body because you're going to get the hydroxyproline you're going to get the hard rock she lysine you're going to get all those different glycine molecules that rebuilding in the body is a very esoteric ingredients so let's just put some figures on ligaments and tendons that ninety three percent of college check one college so that's why a lot of my friends are taking my collagen because they play tennis what a run they're active and I told him you know yeah actually I wasn't talking to the most working on his radio show they happen to be listening initial will get your collagen today where your ligaments and tendons hold together your muscles and your bones in your joints and when you make less collagen you believe it or not you start making less collagen at the age of twenty five when you're forty you really need to be on college you really need to be on college and you really need to have the stuff you need or you need a good clean collagen you need to get a good clean college if you're in your forties you're not making as much collagen show your ligaments and tendons struck ticket frayed and you're more likely to have a knee problem or an ankle problem or something or shoulder problem caused the the ligaments and tendons are getting frayed you can't repair they get a little micro tears show cheater ripple she should have a torn meniscus achieved the hub tendonitis and she should have probably your interior cruciate ligament or your Achilles tendon you should have to Joe collagen you really should take a feeling uncertain and she could stay active but you don't look better because college in Michigan your skin is about seventy percent culture and a host of moisture initial wrinkles improves the the strange DHEA discolorations DO I call little fuse could you hold liver spots that goes away some damage goes way wrinkles declined dramatically micro four rows which a little wrinkles deep wrinkles crow's feet your face fits better it's like a natural facelift Wilson is collagen holding the skin on to the bone even creepy skin dramatically improves so it's great for the skin also your hair and nails they're made out of college that's what you're here nails or different when you grow older **** short growing your here's one look thicker every strand hears about twenty percent smaller narrower when you grow older and shorts act we had like fly away doesn't look right we do the collagen every strand he gets thicker again any hellish much younger your nails growing you scan is filling in but also you Paul collagen houses triple helix that one's around itself increase these incredibly tough cables and tens of thousands of these cables become highly organized that's the start of bone that's what calcium attached to no need to collagen there's more bone for calcium to attach to a full blown matrix is more bone matrix precaution to attach does really port fee bone thirty six recently about his college and in your joint cartilage that's what a glucosamine and chondroitin metal so final nothing go to to create in order like assuming of like Angela proteoglycans to create joint tissue without collagen is no place for the glucosamine ago you need to college and to build the joint tissue you need to call Janet build bone you need college in the Mexican need collagen filaments attendance your spine twice in the past week I had women that happen to be older women who had spinal problems spinal arthritis spinal pain one was on a radio still was in her sixties as a problem because one of the old one was having trouble walking and the young one she couldn't exercise why put run three thirds I put them both on collagen because your spine is made out of college to discuss the questions in between your spinal bone for college and the college and and and fiber disponibles himself the vertebrae collagen to like ninety percent collagen and a faster joins to hold him in place for about seventy percent college so the first thing I said as we need collagen the help get your bone fish your your your spinal tissue that's the first the second thing is the minerals from him shrunk him very quickly stabilizers spinal tissue and can help with spinal putting like arthritic pain or just paying very quickly I did for the inflammation of the nerve damage I gave a buyer Kirkman five option show some the F. one of you my email Jay Hickey at infertile dot com.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Vitamin Brent okay welcome back and by the way Bob is my co pilot on Saturday mornings Bob your great thank you we've been doing this for a long time I feel like we're Batman and robin I don't know I don't want to be robin okay now I hurt myself I I hit something what may need it was just a weird weird injury and I taught my meniscus and because I told my meniscus then I strained my ligaments so my my right medial meniscus was ripped I've been healing at an amazing rate and you know I'm I'm I'm gonna be sixty six and a month and a half your healing slows down with age but you know they talk about those bone broths well that's what collagenous you know a hundred a couple hundred years ago all would take in all light like claw ham hocks and things and I cook a manhole fictional and they get different forms of collagen in their shoes and people commonly H. does show they went out the court venison the chorus world it toward the pot we don't do that anymore I mean my wife makes me sure open at seven kinds of vegetables and let me tell you I love it but I'm not getting all of collagen ingredients so we have a really clean collagen that's not from squirrels that comes from an Italian French company all pac ten B. five thousand it's really clean now they compete in Japan they compared my collagen tool couple Chinese collagens my collagen work much better in human clinical trials why because it's loaded with collagen peptides that have been liberated by getting inside that's why it's called hydrolyzed collagen collagen to really big molecule you can absorb sure yet in Simes they break it down they released a culture peptides then it heals you and rebuild you the the Chinese collagen shouldn't work because they were watered down they were deluded show was more like eating Jello you just cello you're better off because they'll only hope you nails they're not going to improve your bones did not gonna improve your joints did not gonna they're only going to help you know but when you do are collagen which is really bone broth I mean that's what Paul broth is when you two are collagen rebuild your entire body because you're going to get the hydroxyproline you're going to get the hard rock she lysine you're going to get all those different glycine molecules that rebuilding in the body is a very esoteric ingredients so let's just put some figures on ligaments and tendons that ninety three percent of college check one college so that's why a lot of my friends are taking my collagen because they play tennis what a run they're active and I told him you know yeah actually I wasn't talking to the most working on his radio show and I happen to be listening initial will get your collagen today where your ligaments and tendons hold together your muscles and your bones in your joints and when you make less collagen do you believe it or not you start making less collagen at the age of twenty five when you're forty you really need to be on college you really need to be on college and you really need to have the stuff you need or you need a good clean collagen you need to get a good clean college if you're in your forties you're not making as much collagen so you're looking at some ten instructor get frayed and you're more likely to have a knee problem or an ankle problem or something or shoulder problem caused the the ligaments and tendons are getting frayed you can't repair they get a little micro tears showed she had a ripple she should have a torn meniscus achieved the hub of tendonitis and she should have probably your interior cruciate ligament or your Achilles tendon she should have to Jill collagen you really should take a feeling uncertain and she could stay active but you don't look better because college in Michigan Michigan is about seventy percent collagen and a host of moisture in Seoul wrinkles improves the the strange to your discolorations tia I call little fuse could you call a liver spots that goes away some damage goes way wrinkles declined dramatically micro four rows which a little wrinkles deep wrinkles crow's feet your face which better it's like a natural facelift Wilson is collagen holding the skin on to the bone even creepy skin dramatically improves so it's great for the.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Ankle but I think he's going to be okay he's the only one that's enough everyone's gonna learn the giants in the last four games if you go into council wasn't game which they really call the dogs off because of the fact that when Djibril scored and peppy score the touchdown the defense of those down a break the game open the Washington game yeah I had them what a quarterback wouldn't even know what the snap count was okay I was put in a game out of spite just to spite the owner okay kid on him practice with with the first team right any through one three interceptions and a half whatever you did that have I didn't even know which end was up US so the giants did never doing offense when I came into the Washington school but you take the three games since then including estate the giants allowed one offensive touchdown the second half they haven't come close to three hundred dollars often to any of these games all right now then I guys are the ones who would be fair they've had wide receivers in and out they've had you know Buckley in out both of the players today but yesterday was the problem because the planet I'm not asking them to do anything in him is that one word at the Minnesota game all right unexpectedly Minnesota or one game at the patient game especially be patriots but for them if they're not going to beat Arizona at home they're not gonna win a lot of games this year and they get down seventeen nothing and M. as running all always on going that ends on on clash from twenty yards out all right at it and Pat can talk about short field and everything else you know what they took the ball the start the game yesterday and just drove it right down and completed like are you know you can tell me it was six or seven third downs on a first drive for a touchdown I mean just went right down the field on the on the giants I mean right down the feeling yesterday Arizona said you know we got enough of a lead we can call the dogs off and maybe they call the most to whirling they didn't give their quarterback a whole lot yesterday he didn't do much I mean he he he passed for eighty nine yards he's kind of tall a no they will like well we're gonna use this leave them there is that we're going to go on from here and they kind of did but you get Arizona which have not done anything in terms of their defense they get turnovers yesterday they get eight sacks aid Solana sacks that's just crazy stuff and and the giants put a lot effort in this offense of line issue and they brought in veteran guys in this supposed to be a much improved off as like is up eight sacks they made chilla Jones like deacon Jones yesterday Tom in Hoboken what's up top Hey Mike I think the technical for yelling long time what's happened I I agree with you and I don't know why some of these giant fans and drinking the Kool aid of the two super ball from the early two thousands this came in the last six years has been in that they've been the doormat of the NFL the been compared to the Cleveland Browns can you just imagine that that the crowd New York Giants are now compared to the Cleveland Browns of this decade they've done nothing right for the last five years if this same narrative we get we get out got to play better we gotta make corrections we got to make the correction what connection could be made one of one of their cell block well yes running the ball will throw the ball while tackling all aspects of the game the giants have played a complete game in five years we did well you know let's look and you're looking for leadership you're looking for a life and you want to see it games that are winnable yesterday's a game I mean what I like with the Minnesota game is Minnesota supposed to be the missiles was to come in and be the by twenty two points you know they're not competitive in that game and they're and they're looking for all these moral victories and the bottom line is you know what I am the silly of young players but they have to get better Arizona hi ed a coach that everyone thought I was on was nuts the guys already three and three of his first year three three given credit the one thing in this is off the beaten path and I had a lot arguments with people N. I don't like say it a lot alike saying that I told you so but this was my issue one of my big issues was that design Williamson with that body was going to have a hard time being healthy and he wasn't healthy in college and now to have him open the season out for eight to ten weeks as I see here after having surgery today on his right knee anywhere from eight to ten weeks he'll be out to start the season that's the problem here even before we get into whether he can play a certain position what is strange arms with the this is an enormously big bodied player at a very young age and I said the is it playing on the ground in the NBA is so hard for guys with these kind of bodies a look at this he didn't even make it to opening day eight got her twice in college last year they played one year that's what they get hurt when you're seventeen or eighteen years old I don't come when you when you have five and six years a wear and tear on your body he's now has the problems that guys have when they're twenty nine to thirty he's get men next skits deals done you know what meniscus is it's the shock absorber in your knees these college you have a lateral and medial meniscus in your knee I know because of Adam taken out they all shock absorbers this shop shock absorbers and they all of their as a cushion and when you get those Connie injuries there because the wear and tear ready on your knees and he's a kid what is.

"medial meniscus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This talk radio city WCBS com the citizenship portion of the twenty twenty cents is more of your calls and comments on the Obama scandals you know doubling down on a visit to the White House before we do that let's go to our good buddy Steve Friedman from the law offices of Michael R. U. Freeman Steve good morning good morning Sean if you guys are doing well today one fine Sir thanks so this morning I have a jury trial scheduled for Baltimore county circuit court and hear the facts of the case I represent a thirty six year old father who was walking with his two year old daughter they had gone to a subway restaurant this is in a strip shopping center and they're walking in a crosswalk and all of a sudden a speeding car comes in hits my client when his right hip he loses his grip of his daughter his daughter goes underneath the car is run over by the front right tire and after my client is thrown off the hood incredibly he locks one to his daughter and able to pull her out from underneath the car before she's run over by the back tire one they both are transported to the hospital the two year old suffers from a fractured lake and fortunately we were able to get her case settled with respect to his case he sustained a care to his medial meniscus which is in his knee and he was referred to an orthopedist and try some conservative treatment at home exercises and had a I kneel injected into the knee to try to alleviate swelling unfortunately after the conservative treatment he was still having trouble walking in fact he was limping everywhere and missed some time from work so the doctor discuss surgical procedure and he underwent arthroscopic procedure and the doctor explained that he had to remove a part of the minutes gets so my client is now left with a permanent injury because there has been substantial damage to that knee so while the surgery went well he's now unable to do a lot of the things that he could do before the accident such as ride a motorcycle that was his passion right a flight get on the floor and play with his kids so we sent his case in for settlement and while the defendant insurance they they took their minimal policy gave it to us we had the phone under insured motorist claim because the case is much more valuable and their stance now is the insurance going to say well it was just a small tear in which is artist Copic surgery no big deal well it is a big deal and we really look forward to fighting for my client's rights here coming up this morning so I have a full report for you next week zing that he wasn't injured more severely I mean I know I know that there's a bad but I did that could have been really bad it could have been it could have been really bad and and he's locked in he's lucky that he kept his composure after being hit by the car because his daughter could have been injured even worse after being run over once by the tire and she was right there by the rear tires around so a terrible situation but certainly could have been worse Steve thanks again always a an informative discussion she died give give us postal is now the case turns out absolutely will talking next week nights on Steve's a number for ten though three six three sixty forty eight toll free one eight hundred seven eight to seventy two oh three or you can contact them and may of law dot com the Attorney General bill Barr sees a pathway of for the citizenship question to get on the twenty twenty census sering all.

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg daybreak Asia. It's a quarter past the hour. Now time for check of sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks Bryan arsenal reaches the final at the forty to win in Spain over Valencia as Emrick Obama young scores a hat trick is a gutters wins seven three aggregate. Meanwhile, Chelsea moves onto the finalist wealth. The widow for I touch Frankfort on pens after one drawn regulation that's named bridge as Ruben this cheeks forceful blues in the twenty eight th minute Luca Jovic netting equalizer at the forty nine minute, Mark. It'll be an all Premier League Europa league. Final Barcelona's Suarez. While potentially miss the rest of the season as a striker will undergo surgery to repair medial meniscus injury. Boss, hasn't specified timeframe for Suarez's return to thirty is expected to miss the final two regular season matches as well as possibly the COPA. Del rey. Final on may twenty fifth. Meanwhile, Barcelona's expected to make a big play for an attacking Ford this summer, the names Antoine, greets Menelik, Sandra, cassette and Rashard. Listen, all possibilities. Kevin Durant will miss the rest of the Golden State Warriors series. Houston Rockets after being diagnosed with a mild calf strain will not travel with the team to Texas Durant. Went down the third quarter last night's warriors win we'll be reevaluated next week Los Angeles angels of Anaheim star album making history earlier today as thirty nine year old gets his two thousand RBI for the third inning solo home run in angels, thirteen nothing win at Detroit tools. Become just the third player. All time to reach that milestone. Joining Hank Aaron Alex Rodriguez. I'm Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world towards update. Markets headlines and breaking news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg business app tick tock on Twitter threes, Bloomberg business flash. And.

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Luis Suarez, Medial Meniscus And Del Rey discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Luis Suarez, Medial Meniscus And Del Rey discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Barcelona's? Luis Suarez will potentially miss the rest of the season as a strike will undergo surgery to repair medial meniscus injury. Abbar hasn't specified timeframe for Suarez's return. The thirty two year old is expected to miss the final two regular season matches as well as possibly the COPA. Del rey. Final on may

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"medial meniscus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"medial meniscus" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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