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"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Have tried and so when when does this these growth plates finally close in on the fully formed and he says as puppies develop the growth plates close as calcium and minerals harden the software is exactly when when does that happen this is Doug develop at different rates based on size and braid the there's not a one answer for you know fits all but for example growth placing a chill Wisla will close much sooner than a large breed such as a great Dane generally most skeletal growth occurs in puppies up between three and six months of age after longitudinal growth decreases and by ten to twelve months or up to eighteen months the large giant dog breeds most growth plates have fused in closed however some suggest the process can take even longer all the way up to twenty months it's almost two years and how can a dog on an official whether dogs grows place of close to not while they said the best bet is to talk to your vet before starting your puppy on any kind of rigorous exercise of support so you know that kind of thing and for the best piece of mind is a consider that that you should do an X. ray I guess that's the only way you would find out if the bones of fused ana and let's just wait. wait another X. ray of that will be able to tell whether they have morphed into a solid integral part of the bone leaving it's only trace of existence on the form of a officiel line a scene and that there's a picture here I will post all this for you and they say most sports medicine vetted veterinarians recommend to not begin training it'll growth plate closure which depends on the size of the breed and can be anywhere up to ten to eighteen months of age and that was a quote by doctor at windy Balzer. hormones this is what I think is important. Homans homos do play this important role in the puppy's growth plates and thus get little development group place tend to generally closes a between twelve and twenty months old spending on that breed in size and this happens to coincide with the end of puberty therefore insight dogs growth plates close after exposure to hole mounts this is something I've talked about on the show before and it's a big concern because male and female sex hormones are known to play these key roles in closure of the growth plates therefore if a dog is altered so Spain the Spanish at prior to people say there's a delay in the closing which causes affected dogs to develop a raw the leggy appearance which makes them more likely to suffer from orthopedic problems such as hip dysplasia CCL injury and possibly even bone cancer now here in Nevada our spay neuter law states that you pass to be fixed by the age of four months now you can see where the problem lies. right that I have no idea who was consulted when they put this little together and to to choose that as a time frame it is not the correct time frame I was setting up heads up for future injuries. and you know decreases quality of life when when you know. throughout through through this law. it's going to cause a lot of problems I don't like that's all I look a little bit and to I don't know how long we've had that spay neuter law I really don't know and but I would be very curious as to who they consulted to come up with this number did they bring in the professionals and specialists are worried about overpopulation needed care about the others I love how they just think that's not a bad they always think that's the one solution to the Gulf I need to spend a lot of different things to talk about overpopulation trust may be neutered they say that because people usually aren't that responsible so you cover it with the law and then. it's awful isn't it it really is on who suffers from that the dogs suffer from that this terrible but delaying neutering in large dog breeds may help reduce the incidence of orthopedic conditions and the effects of new during during the first year of a dog's life especially larger breeds undoubtedly reflects the vulnerability of the joints to the delayed closure of the long bone growth plates when new trim removes the cone gonadal all sex hormones it's not a good thing and and that was a quote by at Benjamin hots now according to chrisley's DVM. the old Chris this is Chris says for example of the famous achieved is genetically determined normal like the eight months when a dog is spayed and neutered but the tibia which normally stops going at twelve fourteen so there's a difference in the time frame that and it continues to grow than this abnormal angle at develops at the stifle which is the knee joint in addition with the extra growth the level like below the stifle likely becomes have yet because it's longer and may cause increased stress on the cranial cruciate ligament. moon said that Asia growth play information. now this leads onto looks eighteen Patel and dogs and this week a friend of mine contacted me to let me know the head dog has a looks eighteen patella at she wasn't sure at what degree because they come in different degrees in the treatments differ for each degree hence this week's big show topic in this is often how the show happens real life things happen and yeah people reach out to me let my friend dead and so what is the use all the resources I have and I reached out to the veterinarians I know and I managed to get her a lots of information that she can read up on and sometimes you just don't know where to go for the information and this particular friend of mine she's very much into learning and learning as much as she can and she tries to do everything as naturally as possible and before going to anything quite extreme which is a great thing renaming that yeah from Patricia how little Pena thinking that seventeen now really thank you hello people go over its old age no no dole out like we say the very least you can do for your pets is everything so do everything for your pets and this is what she is doing so I gathered all this information for and you know it's it's she loves our dog she wants adults have a great quality of life and that rate age is not a reason to not take care care of the health and just accept as older getting older anyway so let's let's talk about looks eighteen Patel as it is painful but is treatable nothing to be very happy to hear that and some people have no idea what that means all what the heck you can do about if you are given a diagnosis well looks a temper Thailand dogs is a common orthopedic dilemma that many pet parents at face and so in this article it's gosh it covers everything you need to know by looks a temp telus and particular in dogs and the costs associated with I mean it does happen how to cats as well patellar luxation it's a common Muscat muscular skeletal disease commonly seen in many dog breeds and like I mentioned earlier the stifle which is the knee joint you have to kind of understand what the anatomy and by a bio mechanics of it all so the unisom rule what's happened and so in a simple description dog seventy cap that's highly movable I mean we have the same thank you know as a kid you try pushing patella from right to left you thought it was really cool. but the knee cap fits in a group of we should do that. creepy the knee cap fits in the group of the femur bone and it's cool the app patellofemoral groove and when a dog flexes and extends its navy the US that knee cap slides up and down and patellar luxation simply means that the knee cap is no longer able to slide across the groove therefore the kneecap has become dislocated yeah and a set of varying degrees of this so media looks at him to tell it in a nutshell it can be classified as other medical a lot medical medial or lateral now this just indicate the direction in which that knee cap maybe sliding and if a doctor Sally sliding on the inner aspect of the navy and this is considered a media looks ation patella now mentioned human knee caps humans also deal with dislocated Patel as I think we see a lot of that with the football players don't wish and all and the referred to as Patel at subluxation which because as a result of injury or patella dislocation and there is a difference between the two between luxation and subluxation I'm from a as this medical perspective patella dislocation refers to the complete dislocation of the kneecap from the joint whereas patella subluxation refers to a partial dislocation SO nine of the difference as I said earlier cats cats deal with patellar luxation too often caused by injury or it can be congenital as well I feel like cats have this really good at frame work around the joints because that they're very agile the very flexible the very nimble and you know they can they can jump and recover really really quickly docks not so much me think about the times of dog to format a bed at night you don't need a land gracefully until they don't shake it off a good move I'm all right I mean they just clung come full full Levinson's and and and I get blamed for yes because you're usually sticking above outside an all singing all the. room up my phone yeah but don't push my dogs don't don't disturb them is not given enough room that I get on the edge. I don't see the quick drink the I'm so back to back to the television and dogs it is most prevalent in small dogs but has been increasing in large dogs as well the most common form of patella luxation is medial looks eighteen patella. I think I'm going for Guinness book of world records how many times I can say patella. in one if he wants to reminds me of the pancakes you had the other day why not sell a. with all of the tele and they can be close by get this poor nutrition injury or it could be present at best a congenital and I would assume by genetics a little bit medial patellar luxation is strongly associated with this skeletal deformities this is therefore considered congenital therefore it is not recommended the owner's breed from these dogs of his reasons and why subject to doctor health issues from the onset of its life I mean that's wrong skeletal deformities include an improper alignment of the quadriceps muscle malformed trochlea ridges tibial tuberosity may be misaligned and hypoplasia of the medial femoral condyle and good good today on my words were gone and a politician. so. we know what is that even play a role but dogs who have poor nutrition am coupled with being overweight are at risk of developing joint problems associated with the knee cap on this is due to an increase in pressure on the joint capsule and the joint medical.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Avenue still a little sluggish on the lower deck of the four to Cambridge our next report of six twenty five from the Presbyterian senior Kerr network traffic center I'm Scott Stiller on newsradio ten twenty KDKA thank you very much Scott there is still a severe thunderstorm watch until eight o'clock for portions of the listening area around his work so bees please be on the look out strong thunderstorm any thunderstorm can bring hail and damaging winds the rest of tonight we're looking at clear skies partly cloudy lo sixty tomorrow less humid sun mixing with some clowns high both days near eighty degrees for from the wife will miss in the fourth Steelers for two weeks in the camp and there are soon going to get a chance to play a game tomorrow night they open the preseason against Tampa Bay in the first of two consecutive games at Heinz field now someone I can't wait to get out of the field is tackled Gerald Hawkins a fourth round pick back in twenty sixteen shoulder injury cost of his rookie season but he played only five games forty seven snaps in the seventeen season and then missed all of last year with a torn quadriceps muscle once you start by your by go not get hurt as we have a so it's got a warm up for majors and turn the key again it was a long through the first two weeks of camp Parkins has been working behind all the little wave at left tackle the Steelers today out at a local player to the roster cornerback Trae Evan Mathis he played his high school ball would would wanna hills and that his college ball at Toledo.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Bye by hook or crook. He got out as I keep saying, crime has paid so far. I'm talking about basketball crime, would a crime was how you treated the crime will not believe in that he was injured the crime that you sit sitting those two goons. Tony Parker mom, noon. Yeah. You just call Bonnard. Yeah. They were loom, okay? They tried. They tried to hijack trying to hide you. On the chair and put all the teammates Ryan. Well, we need to know we think we got a good chance. What's up called him out my favorite all-time Spurs, quote was from Tony Parker. After that closed door players only meeting in which they put number two on the hot seat you with us or not. No, no. He'd ever spoken a word. You want a quad, my style hurts. I gotta fibers in so Tony, Tony then tells these Antonio media, my injury was a hundred times worse than his because he tore his quadriceps muscle, his yes, he ripped in riveted rain, a playoff game against Memphis. Then he rushed back so that he could join a team that had a chance to go win. And all if their best player happened to win a play. But he didn't wanna play out. Did you know that Tony Parker tore his quad rush back and he ended up in Charlotte? Doing all that it showed you where their loyalty live Tony Parker. We appreciate your service, but you offer him a deal one hundred more money. No, no, no. He wanted more playing time. They say John tamer, any Bill, the okay so, so what was the purpose of the Russian we're getting off subject, because the subject is he took on the Spurs, and now he's taken on. You wanna talk about that's man get get a mandate skill there. Give them. What are they going to do with the low digits wanna hold it? So you can't have it. No, it's a contract is a contract. I will bet you Nike prevails here. Wanna bet I'm gonna take the clo-. We'll take the call. We'll take the clo clo e one for one. You're betting for the claw, because you're betting against me. Have you noticed here? The man came with it. Okay. Good. But he sold it to Nike when. Do you sell anything tonight? He's so maybe his lightness day, maybe he's okay. I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna become a endorse. The I'm gonna wear this you. Yeah. And move in ways now, he's got a new balance shoot right to weigh way. Well, he way the other night they'll do this. He pan he wanna put he wanna put the claw on the bottom of the shoe. He wanted to t shirts and merchandise with that on it. I'm tired of listening to you, but I wanna hear lavar ball. Yes. The one and only here. Magic Ron welcome. And of course, as always with him so much more. Our next guest is the always honest, and always outspoken father of Lonzo ball. You can see him in teasing for a ball on the family on Facebook, watch lavar ball skip. It's been waiting for this morning. Welcome back. Last time you were here. Yes. You made a shocking statement about Magic Johnson that dropped all of our jaws. And guess what? You were right. Roll that tape. Why didn't magic intervene? That's what I'm saying because I think is, is from my point of view now. Listen to stuff like that. He's just a face. I'll be his say. So it was like, say so really I know it's not because he told me some things, and I thought that should have been done nothing who is in charge. I'm trying to figure out who's in charge. That's why the system is crumbling down for. I don't know what's going on over. There is just an HR Jeanie Buss. She just some stuff that she says she's the one who told magic to, to get Lonzo..
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Thirty five points as the raptors outscore the bucks in the fourth quarter thirty three to twenty four. We may stops on defense event. We gotta limit them to one side. They're rebound the team off the team. We can't get them to three looks at the basket. That's Leonard on TNT after the game Toronto now again up free games to two after winning their third in a row. And what a job backup guard, Fred van fleet had what a day for him is first child was born and then later in the day, he scores seven his seven shots from beyond the three point arc seven of nine to finish twenty one off the bench game six set for Toronto this weekend warrior. Head to be interested spectators. They are getting ready for whoever either Toronto, Milwaukee a week from this Thursday. But Kevin Durant will not play in the first game. Maybe not the second that injured right? Quadriceps muscle still hasn't responded well enough to allow him to get back on the court. Steve Kerr says he's kind of getting tired of talking about it because no matter what we say it's going to be headlines. It's going to be a huge deal and that affects Kevin and how you know how he's feeling about things. So we've just tried to be transparent with full knowledge that the injury itself is, is a huge gray area. Yeah. Meanwhile, the giants lose the safter noon here in the city, five to four to Atlanta. They took it in the thirteenth inning. And other finals of note Philly over the Cubbies nine seven at Wrigley. The Yankees beat Baltimore in a tight one six two five. Red Sox over the Blue Jays up in Toronto eight to two in Minnesota. How about the twins thirty three and sixteen. That's the best record in baseball. Who would have thought that it was going to happen? The twin sixteen seven over the angels. They had eight home runs today. Sports fifteen to forty five and all news, one, oh, six nine. AM. Seven forty KCBS..
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Now, this just indicates the direction in which that kneecap maybe sliding, and if Dr Sally sliding on the inner aspect of the knee, and this is considered a media, look sation Potala now mentioned human kneecaps humans also deal with dislocated Potala's. I think we see a lot of that with football players. Don't we all and the referred to as patella sub look sation, which occurs as a result of injury patella location. And there is a difference between the. The two between look station and subway station. And from this medical perspective patella dislocation refers to the complete dislocation of the kneecap from the joint, whereas patella subway station refers to a partial dislocations, and I know the difference as said earlier cats cats deal with Patel Alexei Shen too often caused by injury or be congenital as well. But I feel like cats have this really good framework around the joints because the very agile very flexible, the very nimble, and you know. They can they can jump and recover really really quickly docs, not so much. I mean think about the times dogs of full of bed at night. They don't they don't let them gracefully until they don't shake off. All right. I mean, they just clunk full full out that sometimes I get blamed for. Yes. Because usually sticking your bum out taking all the room up. Yeah. Don't push my dogs. Don't don't disturb them. You're not giving him enough room on the edge. I quit drink there. So back to back to but Teluk sation dogs. It is most prevalent in small dogs, but has been increasing in large doses. While the most common form of Patel allocation is medial look sating Potala. I think I'm going for a Guinness Book of world records. How many times I can say Potala in one wants to reminds me of the pink. 'cause you had the other day my Allah, Mattel Attila, and they can be caused by get this porn attrition injury. Or it could be present a congenital, and let's talk about genetics a little bit media Patel. Alexei Shen is strongly associated with the skeletal deformities. This is therefore considered congenital therefore, it is not recommended. The owners breed from these dogs obvious reasons, why subject to doctor health issues from the onset of its life. I mean, that's wrong. Scuttled deformities include an improper alignment of the quadriceps muscle malformed true. Ridges tibial chew Barossa Tae, maybe misaligned and hyperplasia of the medial federal condo. I'm good. Good today. On my words, we're going. Porn attrition. So we know what is that even play a role, but dogs who have poor Nutricia and couple of being overweight are at risk of developing joint problems associated with the knee Cavan. This is due to an increase impression on the joint capsule and knee joint medical conditions. So that cranial cruciate ligament rupture pain that has been come at least thirty societas with Selleck sation is another issue, and.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"We'd be we'd be folksy to Greece. Three. Gotta get back. I gotta do becoming the gate with the trouble. Doe. And it is big guy Rondo back. They got a good companies now. Yeah. That's gonna be big day dance on them lands. Lance and make them interesting because there's this other guy number two. Oh, that's the same. From the court. Name will be spoken on. Dr ingle. Evil. Why Leonard well he sat out again last night and didn't play the raptors loss to the Pacers. It's the fourth straight game y has sat out for what they're saying is rest the raptors are still eleven in three without number two in the lineup. This season heard you say that Shannon onto your breath. We're joined once again Eddie house, but I give. Yes. I mean, we gotta get your opinion. We're talking about here. What is going on here? I told you so. When the trade went down when the Spurs hand was finally so forced they had to shift number two up north to Toronto. I said, good riddance. And I said good luck Toronto because trust me on this. Number two is a weird, dude. And number two quit on the Spurs last year because they wouldn't let him get away. With what Toronto is now forced to let him get away with. They wouldn't let number to get away with faking or at least exaggerating a quote unquote injury, which was no more than a bruised thought by and yet the truth was he just wanted to rest for stretches last year, and he wound up playing nine out of eighty two games for Spurs team. Still had Tony Parker and still admonishing playing at a high level. And that team could have made a run last year. If it had its quote unquote, best player who flat. Out quick and forced his way out of town and up to Toronto. And now Toronto is stuck with him. And he SPN reported yesterday. They're doing everything in their power to accommodate this guy because they want this guy to resign long-term with Toronto. And I'm going to say good luck with long-term because he has figured out. He can beat the system he'll play three or four games at a high level, and he'll get he'll get some Indy p consideration you'll get a little buzzed going and all the sudden he just doesn't feel like playing and my man Tony Parker called him out late last year. Yeah. Tony parker. Had a ruptured quadriceps muscle ruptured it toward into in the playoff game against Memphis year bat and Tony Parker. Rush back because he thought they had a chance to win last year and he jeopardized his career rushing back. And so finally he came out late in the year in April and said my injury was a hundred. Times worse than that, gone, computer? Okay. But it was a bruised thought by in again, he now he's seeing ghosts. Now, he's imagining he's more hurt than he is. But he's also figured out. I can just beat the system here because I can play whenever I really feel like it. And you know, what somewhere Michael Jordan is just rolling his eyes over this. Because this guy is getting away with near murder way to go. Toronto easier Zoe that you need to stop heart..
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"I like the little Mike laughter at the end the punctuated. Yeah. So. He's missed a lot of games because we talked about guys who become injury prone as go has been injury prone. But when he's played he's been really good. He isn't lineup tomorrow. I don't know that Jordan Hicks is coming back Ray because his contract up and he's hurt a lot. But again, it's give you your chance to reflect. Yeah, I really like him. I liked him as a player at the university of Texas. But the problem there is the same problem. He's had here which is staying healthy. And he's he's another one of these guys that it's always something different. He always gets a different injury all the time. Now he's had to achilles injuries. That's that's repeated on him. But I think they're on a different legs. We broke his thumb in his done. His honeymoon broke his thumb on his honeymoon. I mean, he's had he's had what you would just have to consider bad luck in a lotta ways. But when he's played I will tell you. I think he plays very well. He's he's a and this is true. This was true of him as a college player. It's one of the ring things I really liked about. It was a college player. He's a very he's a very instinctive player at and he's playing a position middle linebacker were instinct is key. Instinct is one of the things that makes Leuke Keithly a great player if you watch if you watch film of Leuke, clearly he's actually moving towards the ball before the balls even snap team. He is so good at studying the other team and based on their formation and our tendencies he kind of knows even before the ball snapped where it's going to go, and he's always has seems to have that first step advantage and Jordan Hicks is a lot the same way. He's a smart kid. He's very studied does this film work, but he's also very instinctive on the field. And he he just has a feel for where the plane is going to be as a field where the ball's going to be and he's around it all the time. So. I really do like the guy. I thought he was a good pick. Where the eagles got him in the third round. They took a chance that maybe he would come the NFL, and and be a little more durable than it had been in college. But it really has been one thing after another his first year. He only played eight games his second year 2016. He actually did make it through the whole season. He played sixteen games all sixteen. But that's the only time in his career. These been able to do that since then last year only seven games this year. He's played eleven games. But it's been very hit and miss and even this week. You saw him sitting out some days of practice and Doug Peterson says he expects him to play tomorrow. But he hasn't been able to practice this week's which means he's got a got some sort of a calf issue now that's bothering them. I know they really like him as a player, and I know they would like to go forward with him. But I think the injury factor is such that I'm not so sure they're going to offer them another contract. I really I'm really not. No, I think probably not. Excuse me, another guy who may be playing his last game. Tomorrow was an eagle we'll discuss that later is left tackle Jason Peters who has been with this franchise longer than any player. He started last week he left I think in the first series of downs right with an ongoing. Quadriceps issues are doctor from Cooper, bone and joint. Dr Mark Pollard joins us. Now. We're gonna talk about that. How are you today? Doc, I'm doing very well. Thank you very much. Good. Your quadriceps are okay. Perfect. Good. Well, Jason Peters can't say the same. So let's just kind of start with. What what that is? What are the quadriceps? And what what do they do for us? L? The quadriceps muscle. Of course, are the the big muscles on the front of your side that allow you to straighten your knee out to kick it's analogous to the hamstring. Which is on the back of the leg. It's a lot more common to have problems with a hamstring hamstring strains hamstring polls. But certainly the same kind of things that can affect the muscle tendon unit of the hamstring can affect the quadriceps muscle. And so just like with the hamstring typically, they're irritated by acceleration? Running sprinting playback titties the quad on the front oftentimes it's decelerating pushing off jumping kind of injuries that irritate that area. So they do happen. They're not nearly as communist hamstring injury. So it's, but it's it's an injury that to me would be characteristic for an offensive tackle. Because one of the things that an offensive. Tackle has to learn and execute and practice every day and coaches are always afterwards. What they call the kick step, which is when the ball is snapped the guys on the outside. And you watch them, you know, it's all in the footwork, and they have to take that first step back, and it's kind of a kick step where they they set up a brace themselves for the past protect and that would put that would put immediate strain on the quad. I would assume. Yeah. Just a quick step into, you know, just start have to brace the body for impacts promotion, you know, for run blocking getting that good push off. And you know for pass blocking bracing for impact. All of those things would put almost instant strain on that area. So you know, certainly can be problematic, especially if it doesn't settle down in a quick manner. So he's going to try to start. But. It's the kind of thing that can just happen again. And again, and again, and then he's gotta leave. Yeah. It's difficult with these kind of soft tissue injuries to to gauge you know, how serious it is. 'cause it's really. There is not a good way on a on a study in MRI or an x-ray just figure out how quickly these things are going to get better. How quickly they're going to become not symptomatic, essentially, you know, you can get an MRI is useful. If it's your injury where there's actual a lot of physical damage to the muscle. But if it's just a symptom thing, you know, how that how badly does it hurt when it's used that's different from one person to the next, and there's really nothing you can use objectively to figure out when when the time is when the optimal time to return. It's going to be less question for me. Doctor is there's is there anything that they can do in a preventive kind of way the trainers before the game. I mean, it doesn't seem to me like the kind of thing that you could brace or tape necessarily the way you could say a knee or something like that and says a quad thing, I don't know that you'd be able to do anything in terms of sending a guy out on the field with some kind of protection that would make it less likely that he could re-injure it. There's there's really no brace or sleeves or anything like that. The the big thing is to make sure that they're properly want up and stretched, well, you know, the the kind of common sense things will didn't high school, right? All right. What's your pick on the game? Doc. We'll say eagles twenty eight seventeen. I like it. I like, hey, thanks for checking in. Thank you very much. Appreciate it. All right dollar coupon bone and joint a little more confident than I am with that spread. But there you go by the way Vikings bears. Vikings are currently a four and a half point favorite on that. Okay. Now that line has moved a lot this week. It got up as high as six and a half at one point the Vikings have been favored right from the beginning. Because obviously they have more to play for. But the line got up as high as six and a half, which I thought was really high when you consider how good that bears defense is now the last two days has sort of backed off a little bit. And now it's down to four and a half, which I think is a little more reasonable. But the Vikings have been favored all week for the obvious reason the Vikings absolutely have to have this game. Or they missed the playoffs bet on that game. Right. If I if I bet on games in I have we're sitting here in Delaware race-wrecking, right? Take that escalator up one floor and go bet on the game. You could bet all you want. Yeah. But I can't ban on. Game. When I don't know what the importance will be to that tees your anything if you're betting on that game. You're also at the same time betting on another game. Right. Because saying okay, I know that either will or will not be important for the bears. So therefore, this will happen. Yeah. So you really betting on two games at the same. Yeah. You really are kind of betting if you're betting those game. You're also betting the forty Niners Ramsgate, but baseball they're going to react. How that other game is going. It's ellison. It's it's hard enough to win one to pick one side right to try and do it twice. I would never well look up who games to talk. I never bet anyway. But I I would never touch a game like this. They'll turn a crawl out of a hole when you told me to bet everything on Hawaii that was a long time ago for heaven's sakes. Jerry Glanville was the defensive coordinator at Hawaii. That was the greatest day ever because and I'll never do that again. Now, I know that. But that's why it was so great because you said like, look, I never give betting advice. It's really not something. I do. I don't bet on games. I've never given advice. But this one today this game in Hawaii take all the money you own out of the Bank and invested in this game. Head possibly lose said quite that. I think if I remember, right. What I said was we were to slacks hoagie up in Newtown square. It was I town. I think you're exactly right. I think we're definitely at a slacks, and I prefaced everything by saying, look, I'm not a betting man, I've never been in my life. But I think what I did say was, but if I was ever going to bet and boy did I step in it. There was a run on the on the ATM machines at that moment. Well, Hawaii was getting thirty eight points. You know and teams visiting team's going to Hawaii. They all spend all the time laying on the beach. They don't mean they would they win the game. But they never cover nailed it. You know? You know, how long ago this was y'all Longos was. Yes mattress Matt liner and Reggie Bush. We're still playing for Southern Cal. Then I know how long ago was because I think it was it was the same slacks, and it was around the same time that Reggie Brown came out to that slacks. Yeah. It wasn't the same day. But it was it was it was in that same managed, it wouldn't give Reggie Brown a free hoagie. Yeah. Wouldn't even give me a free soda. I said diet coke. You said. Okay. Here you go that's to test two and a quarter. There's an arrangement here. He didn't seem to understand that part of it. Now that one didn't work out that well, Sean in Virginia, Sean, you're on ninety four WIP good afternoon guys. Hey, sean. So, you know, the eagles underachieve this year when you have seasons like this show is look for silver linings what no on the good things about the season..
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Women architecturally the bones are. Different. The pelvis of a female athlete is going to be wider. And because of that it puts more tension on the muscles that guide the kneecap. So a lot of times we can balance or get that kneecap to track a little more than two the middle by strengthening the right muscle groups. So it can be very painful, we see athletes sometimes there are exercises that can resolve it. Sometimes there's taping that a good physical therapist can teach an athlete to do that will help track the patella cited over a little bit. And then if it's really not helping there are injections, we can do because if the underside of the patella bruised, or there's some type of inflammation, sometimes a little injection can help make that go down. And I think in the gash see I know we try to avoid surgeries. But in the worst case scenario, there are surgeries that they can do to try and release that. But you know, my whole thing is that if you're gonna go to the operating room, it's gotta be last resort because you never know how things turn out. But there are a lot of non surgical options for pain from things like Patel ephemeral syndrome. Right. Yeah. And you know, one of the things I like to also talk about you. Because sometimes when you you send someone to physical therapy for this. They started in they get the taping. The the originally they'll start to say, well, wait, I'm trying to understand this. And I again, I'm a visual person. I like to describe when people look down at their leg. I say, you know, most people heard the name quadriceps quadriceps means four, and there are four bellies or four different muscles that are coming across could verge, and you know, sometimes over time to we'll get part of that quadricep muscle. We get a little more stronger than the other side and you'll get a little bit of the tracking change that's happening for multiple conditions. A lot of times it's prior injuries. It's an injury on the opposite side. And so you're going to get a good physical therapist is going to be able to identify that. And then start taking through a longer term process of getting all those muscles to work together and balancing in sync. So that so that your. You're kind of walking equally and straight on both sides. Because that's the other issue is both sides have to work in in unison. There has to be a relationship with them because you're like a lot of times, you'll get a hip injury or something or low back injury on one side. And then next thing, you know, you're starting to get the knee on the non injured side hurting you because you're walking differently. So a lot of times it does take a little longer to do to get this together. But that's where good physical therapist will help create the balance. So here we have a couple we got. So I guess we're on a shy caller day today. So I have to to callers off air that I want to answer some some questions and the first one is relating to what we're talking about. And the caller wanted to know what are the best exercises for a knee. And I think I'm gonna go ahead. And and try to answer that one which is it depends on what's causing the problems. So it's really hard to tell someone what is the best exercise because as this show is covering today, and we'll continue to cover. There can be things that are very complex and dealing with tears or or things that are wearing down versus patellar ephemeral. We just described as exactly what the right types of exercises will be something to will cause you to to get better. So I think that for that caller. I would say in all the other listeners get into get check. Because that's what today's show is about. It's so broad pain is the symptom you have, but the cause and the treatment can be very very very different that having been said, though, I think that we've all heard about you know, and football season's here. Right. So we've all heard about NFL players getting ACL tears ACL ligament. That stabilizes a need keeps your thighbone from sliding forward on top. Of your shinbone, and ligaments like a thick band. And actually it turns out your hamstrings. The muscles on the backyard thi- are a stabiliser the knee and even elite level college division. One athletes can help avoid surgery for that ACL ligament by keeping their hamstring strong. So in arthritis, you know, by doing certain exercises to strengthen the quadriceps muscle. You're talking about muscle groups in the front of the high as well as in the back of the fight with low impact. Cardiovascular like bicycle bicycle but doing the right type of pedal stroke to strengthen your quadriceps and your hamstrings. So it's a great question that are Shaikh are shy. Caller had posed there. What are the specific exercises? But again, it depends. It really depends on the type of injury. What the what's what the source of the pain is I think it just goes back to like we said exercises medicine. There is a specificity this frequency, and there's an intensity and duration is just like any other type of medication your doctor would prescribe great a toll totally agree. Five to one eight three. Eight three is the number phone lines are opening came going to go to the next shy. Caller, which actually is a follow up to Gary call. The question is are there plans to open a Hilo office? And I would say that the answer is. Yes already have looked and and started to evaluate so. Yeah, we'll we'll keep. Up to David. But the plan is that yes, we know the big island is really really challenged for just overall general physician shortage in some of the services were offering we've been asked for numerous different sources from the insurers to different physicians who are actually they're saying come and help. And you know, so we are we are definitely evaluating that at this point. But thanks for that call five to one eight three eight three is a number. And it looks like a perfect time where we're going to go ahead and take a.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on KTRH
"To appreciate it If you're stuck. In traffic. Today a Sunday. Then that's on you Sunday I love Sundays coming, into coming into the, studio to. Do my outdoor show. Sunday mornings. Nobody. On, the road just nobody. So here we go welcome back fifty plus, thanks for hanging around there are, enough folks in our age demo getting total joint, replacements these days or at least if you're not on that list you. Will be someday probably or you know somebody, already in that boat not that we ought to talk about rehab seven million Americans walking around either with with, aftermarket hips or knees You get, a brand new one you gotta know what to do before and after. That surgery and to find out what we're, supposed to do we're going to welcome with the magical pushable button Dr crystalline Richard licensed physical therapist and member of UT. Health consortium on aging thanks for your time day Hi thank you I appreciate this I have heard that part. Of a successful a big part of successful rehab? After. Joint replacement surgery actually starts way before the. Surgery what step one and when do we take it absolutely so we've coined a term called pre, hab pre basically means that you're getting some form of therapy before you even decide to have these. Surgeries and this is a decision that you can make along with your surgeon or your Arthur pita Dr but. You definitely want to get in for some therapy before you start to consider. Having, one of these replacements and what we know is a lot of. Our patients have great outcomes If they do the pre hab if we're having the surgery done let's talk about. That pre have when does it start we talking about six weeks four weeks two weeks hour and a half. What right so I think pre half start even a year before the Absolutely because, this is, a non what we call a. Non? Pharmacologic. Meaning it's a way that you can decrease taking pain pills Four Yeah, yeah We doing in, pre hab my guess is and I'm, no doctor but my guess is that we're strengthening the muscles around that joint and preparing them to take on a. New. Challenge. Absolutely So you're your quadriceps muscle the muscle right in front of your, your thigh right above the knee replacement and your hip replacements. It's typically very weak in patients who have osteoarthritis general arthritis so if we can get that quad muscle strengthened before the surgery we know that our clients will. Have, better outcomes after meaning they will have decrease pain increase function and just decrease time to return to independence wanna get in their early that muscle up and prepare you for your. Surgery yeah it makes perfect sense, because the people most likely to need near hip replacement probably have been in a lot of pain, and not terribly active for a long, period of time thus they've had their muscles atrophy so we gotta start back over and get back to those teenage. Thighs Close directly exactly in what we know. About some pain is it just stops us from wanting to move, if you're in pain you don't wanna get up you don't. Wanna go to the grocery store as much so we wanna make sure that we're we're just keeping you active in keeping your heart healthy as well because that's. One, of the things that you'll need before surgery is a healthy heart was going to say that's something to keep you off of an operating table is a any kind of an. Issue with your heart that dot. The docs don't want to take on that risk to do they know Blame it all so typically by the way I. Wanted to, ask this question because you'll know the answer and I don't. What's the What is the procedural difference between partial and total joint replacement Right so for a total joint replacement They're basically cutting out both, parts of the bone in your knee and they're putting a brand. New prosthetic me side with the partial we have a lot of new innovative techniques where they, can preserve some of. Your. Own bone some of your own And they. Don't have to take as much of your body parts out when are we going to have. Prosthetic biceps and triceps That's what I need some prosthetic PEX Often by the time. I found sixty Come right out Start over take me back to. About twenty five that'd be. Good right there Part of me wants to think that kind of a partial replacement would require more rehab. Because we're actually trying to get original parts to work with those aftermarket parts but I. Read that it's the total replacements that are going to require the most rehab and. I guess. Because what you were talking about it. Just everything's coming out right Right well it really depends on. The level of. Okay so we we kind of have a grade that we use to determine the severity and the ability that your arthritis is causing you you know if you're in. Pain every single day and you you you've lost function you can't get in and out. Of a car you can't walk more than two to six minutes that's extremely debilitating What most likely require total okay So that's that's kind of the things that we look at with the pre hab and determining if. You're even a candidate. For surgery but that's a decision, you're Arthur doctor with, hips knees both weight bearing joints which wants the toughest to. Rehab Great question Say the knee only because the typically with a total, knee replacement my patients experience a little bit. More. Swelling okay because of the load-bearing versus. The right And I'd have to. See the knee mainly because of the amount of swelling that happens after the surgery and. Our patients ability to manage that ongoing cycle of, pain and swelling I noticed here that your options are rehab as, an inpatient somewhere or rehab at home talk. About. The the ups and downs of both Right so so we have in, a facility an inpatient rehab facility you would stay there on average fourteen twenty days for patients who require more extensive help okay meaning they may not have a family infrastructure where. They have helped with transfers and and walking and getting medication sheet of that nature and. You have to tolerate about three hours a day They're gonna push you aren't they yes. It's it's it's a little bit more aggressive that's an I was gonna, say yes, sometimes if you're sitting around the house and your. Your spouse comes in, and says? Come, on it's, time for rehabs like no wheel. Of fortune Exactly exactly versus versus home are. Outpatient you know that, could, be three to five times a week and then the sessions would be about forty, five minutes, to one hour and that becomes a transportation issue Take you to and from because. Somebody who just got a brand new knee probably isn't going to be. In the mood to drive just So those are floor you know. Our. Patients. Who have, a spouse who can, drive them you know and who's probably retired. And you know has the time to do that okay Dr Richard duty health consortium on aging all sorts of misconceptions about total joint replacement pick your favorite The biggest one is I'll be walking. And no ties What is it how long is no time That's, a great question? So six to eight weeks It's time, line that we give clients snore returned to driving and what we call return to community is a big difference between being able to walk inside of your home versus, walking. Inside of Cosco walking. Inside of you know. Different that's a good point You know. So we usually say six to eight weeks. For return to, community now if you're just walking..
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Let me finish my Turner your if you want the ball back, you know, because you've got nothing left over there. I promise you. So what happened when that confrontational team meeting took place? Danny green was the only spur who stepped up and shot down every report that said it was confrontational. Even the great Adrian wilting arou- ski of ESPN tweeted about how confrontational the meeting was that had been put on the hot seat by the entire basketball team and Danny green tweeted back, couldn't be more incorrect. L l. that's from Danny green. Then Danny green came to LA with the Spurs. And did Chris broussard's podcast. We're gonna have Chris talk about this and just a few minutes on the show. And he said. Said in that podcast, hey, we're not at odds with lynyrd. We all have his back. Let's the only spur who was saying that, what does that tell you? Mr. sharp. So now let's look back already. Yeah, so this is Danny Green's premier podcast called inside the green room. This is Danny green solo. Okay, on a podcast. So he wants to do everything in his power to make feel better and look better about what happened last year as the two of them go up to Toronto. So he practiced a little revisionist history. Dare I say about what happened with his groin injury last year and how he should have gotten a second opinion baloney he should have. Let's look back at what happened started. He started off the year with the pulled hamstring which I'm going to guess, led to the pull groin as he was wobbling a little bitty little out of your. So he strains it or it's plaguing him, and he goes to get an MRI and they say, we see some gray in there on the. MRI we see a strain. We see some some inflammation of your growing area, the Spurs nobody says, played through it, take your time, take a couple of weeks off. So he misses five straight games in early January, and then he proclaims himself deems himself. I'm good. I'm coming back. So he he said, he was fine. He says in the podcast, I felt good about it and I came back and played and by the way, if he had her torn groin that they misdiagnosed. Do you think he could play in the NBA? I I know torn groins I know it. I know torn hamstrings. You cannot play. So guess what happened? He comes back with this quote, unquote, groin injury that's healed on February. I just a couple of weeks later. They play Houston at home. He mostly guards, James, harden it. He scores twenty two points. You think you can do that with the torn? Groin. I think not on February twenty. Fifth, they go to Cleveland. He guards LeBron James for much of the game, and he scores twenty two points. Thank you. Can do that on a torn. Groin. I think not don't give me miss die. Diagnosis. He was doing just fine. I'm going to remind you again, Kawai lynyrd refused to play with a Bruce. I spoke to a doctor who saw the Moore is nothing wrong with the knee noth- no damage to the bone. No hip damage. So there's no joint damage, no structural damage anywhere it's soft tissue. He's got a bruised thought the quadriceps muscle or the tendon. I should say it's bruised and somehow it continues to play him to the point. You have to miss seventy three games with that. Are you kidding me? So the Spurs staff, trainers and doctors are just pulling their hair out saying, we gave him half the basketball season midseason. We declare him healthy enough to play basketball because they were patient with Danny green for two weeks. And he said, I'm fine and Danny green played all the way..
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Prepared physically mentally Hoping good position. That have you guys will catch kitchen with some guys I play with Inches long Teammates I want to ask you about and we don't wanna give you, much longer but you've done some. Off season we're back in, your, hometown, plano Texas outside Dallas with the food. Pantry there tell us what that's all about and what. You've done, they're. Keen yes so far Four or, five. Years ago Dollars me on thanksgiving Kirby drive every year we would own That we will put together for families that No Means you go to? Provide On thanksgiving so we will go around About that way over the years kind, of grew, to where we were contribute you know, maybe a hundred meals or Now, it's up to you know A a year or on many pantry and how it works is now I donate a dollar amount and you know the dollar not is. It provides a certain number deal so every year we increase the. Dollar amounts more meals, for people Needs people who really need help and they don't get. Helping your will so people like me will pick full I'm sorry People who can provide. Get that I've always wanted to do and Helping part so Is my part and I've been. Blessed Give back others and so do. My part when you're it sounds great you got the Lorenzo Alexander seal of approval to which goes a long, way in these parts Yeah male right Here so. I, know, that From the That's good we look forward to meeting you. Down there what went. Down there Thursday we look forward. To, seeing hi thank you Never attended a few minutes. With us today we. Appreciate it and no problem thank. You, guys have We'll see down there Keenan Robinson bills linebacker saying today spent the last couple years with the giants injured. A, little bit last. Year spent a couple of years before that, with the Washington Keenan, outside linebacker yeah and it's interesting he has had some injuries during his. Career but they all been they've been soft tissue quadriceps muscle last year and the two pectoral injury, those are, the ones he's missed significant time for and he's writing went, into a long dissertation about you know the way he's. Changed his training habits and they'll tell you experts. Will tell you they tell me all the time I hear him talking about the guys they train it's all about the kind of training you do in the off season helps keep you in the kind of shape that will, keep you from, getting pulled muscles during rates and is about, is about training methods and also hydration like you said he's he. Drink a lot of water stuff. But that's it's. Actually Those kind of injuries don't make him less durable so he's kind of probably a kind of guy that you can say, man this guy, has a chance to show up all sixteen, weeks of the season And, these guys I'm, going to say this you think I'm crazy we. Just met him obviously, on the, telephone I I'll be honest I don't have a. Strong memory of. Him playing with watching into the giants but to me this guy could, be a starter for this team maybe not week one, but look he's going to play opposite Lorenzo right week outside linebacker will linebacker. They got Milano coming back, and I think Milana has, lot to offer but I like this guy size I like is experience and I would not. Be at all surprised if Keenan Robinson. Doesn't challenge, ma'am Alana for that starting spot? Maybe not right, away, Thursday, but soon maybe a. Week or two into camp based on his experience based, on his..
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"That seven am saturdays or sundays or both evan to nine am and i just i want you both i love you both thank you excellent thank you excellent is tend to not the p this thing that quite leonard kept him only nine games last year is it something the lakers should be seriously worried about it and how long like just give us your overview on how how much of an issue this should be with any team the traits for quite i don't think it should be an it my wife always says i never answered the question so i'm going to start by answering your question immediately i do not believe this is going to be an issue for the lakers or any other team and let me give you a quick clap revision of leaning what ossification in the quadriceps muscle really needs when you bang your quadriceps and you are watching games all the time on ireland and we love you for it yeah you bang and you get the knees nocco you get a bruise and it turns black and blue your body then turns it into green and yellow and you absorb it and so the cop revision is water it's a liquid you put it in your freezer to make an ice cube if you go to soon it becomes slush so you go from liquid to slush half liquid heff solid you keep it in the freezer longer and it becomes solid becomes ice this is what happens with a bruise contusion it's actually blood becomes like chocolate pudding and o'clock and then it becomes apple juice and liquid again that's the usual way injuries occur okay got it now dr clapper what's the is it is rest the only thing that makes it better this is definitely something that we can treat with oltra sound and all these other great things that he got his second opinions and whatnot but you can essentially get the slush to not go to ice via solids but to go back to be apple juice in a liquid that your body can absorb and once we're able to do that he has a normal quadriceps again but it is painful john while it's occurring and they should really have respected his feeling of pain but i see no problem going forward in the future all right so how do you feel about moving to young pieces for because i i know we got you right out.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Oh because these tiny little bones they're inside the tendon are incredibly important for mechanical advantage but when they break like kyrie irvings did we have learned a long time ago in orthopedic surgery that it's not enough for us to just put screws in because the force of the muscle is in essence fighting us trying to pull the bones apart the bone will not heal unless the two edges kiss each other they need to be under compression if there's any kind of tension which is the opposite of compression the bones don't touch they will never heal and you'll have fractious that will go on forever and not he'll so when we first started doing patella fractures we learned we could get the two bones to kiss on the compression but guess what happens even you being in a cast or brace you start walking around your firing your quadriceps muscle you start pulling the fracture apart so we came up with a brilliant idea that we learned from the construction industry my dad was a carpenter so this comes in handy and it's called attention bay wire we literally right under the skin lupu wire in a figure eight and we can take the ends of the wire and tighten it so that the front of the bone the more you bend your knee actually squeezes the two bones together so kyrie irving had a patella fracture she had two screws and this tension wire put in which on fortunate unfortunately lives right under the skin well go play basketball for the celtics in the nba you will be rubbing that wire just under the skin gets irritated ended effects his play he's such a trooper like a thomas's and they can play through any like marcel while you can play through anything because the adrenaline and you're a professional athlete but at some point it's enough so they take them to surgery to at least open up the skin and get rid of the irritating wire that's underneath.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Song is still the jam oh good it is so good superfly curtis mayfield in the whole soundtrack is awesome those how good so good ski in for travis rodgers marcellus wiley daca clapper in studio with us and we're talking injuries cairo kyrie irving intention wires what's going on with that so if i asked you andy to lift the refrigerator in your kitchen you could not marcellus probably could but you can't and the way you would do it as you would take a little two by four put it in front of the refrigerator take a broom stick stick it over the two by four and use it as a focal and with one hand you can lift the one thousand refrigerator because you have a mechanical advantage call the fulcrum right it's like when you change a tire right up so your quadriceps muscle which allows you to go from the seated position to standing up fires to extend your knee that muscles for muscles are not strong enough on their own they're andy cam ski in terms of trying to lift their refrigerator so whether you believe in god or not whoever created our body stuck a fulcrum a two by four of bone inside the tendon to give you the mechanical advantage what does that bone your kneecap the patella so it's called a sesamoid bone is a very special bone you have to in your thumb the base of your thumb and you have to the bottom of your big.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"The urine osmo ality did not increase with the administration of desma presson which confirmed a diagnosis of nefer genyk diabetes and sips as part of the evaluation for the fall c t of the abdomen pelvis was performed and the results showed numerous small renal cysts in the cortex and madala of both kidneys lithium is known to cause to below interstitial nephrology which may be seen on imaging as multiple small cysts management of this patient's condition included a low salt diet and a liberal intake of fluids his sodium level normalized and he was discharged to a rehabilitation facility a thirteen year old boy presented to the orthopedic clinic with a one week history of pain in both knees he was active in sports and had participated in the long jump during the previous six months a physical examination of the right knee showed mild soft tissue swelling and tenderness over the tibial tuber call and the right quadriceps muscle was taught the left knee was normal plane xrays of both knees which were obtained to rule out an emotion fracture given the patient's history of participation in the long jump showed sclerosis and fragmentation of the tibial tuber cle in both knees with soft tissue swelling on the right knee these characteristic findings led to a diagnosis of osgood slaughter disease or osteochondrosis of the tibial tuber call caused by repetitive traction of the patellar tendon added to catchment on the tibial tuber call oscalus slaughter disease typically occurs during the early adolescent growth spurt between ten and fifteen years of age particularly in children who participate in sports that involve running and jumping most cases resolve with supportive treatment the patient received treatment with ice and non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs and was provided with instructions for stretching and strengthening exercises for the quadriceps and hamstring muscles at a follow up visit three weeks later the patient reported less pain but stated that he chose not to resume participation in the long jump.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"And we are talking with rachel praying dr rachel prank i should say an orthopedic surgeon welcome i'm so glad that you could take the time to talk to us thank you very much snap salute honor to be here perry of course you're going to be the smartest person on the air right now so i really kind of you to say but i do have some questions for un one of which which is actually kind of the topics looking up happier aclu tories were male the hip could have ceo atris at a popping up now that's a bit of a bible following women's basketball daca would happen this year for the buff to achieve seated here with the pac 12 certainly yeah we've been fortunate lucky this here but acl injuries in any athlete can be a devastating injury sometimes a career under although usually now with surgical techniques that we have today the problem that we have with female athletes is that eco injuries are just much more common than they are in our male athletes even those plane the same sports basketball baseball soccer or whatever it might be and there's a lot of reasons that we think caused that higher rate of aco injuries in females it can be up to seven times or more higher and keno injuries female athletes excuse me compared to male athletes some of those factors that we think come into quadriceps muscle control different anatomical shapes to the pelvis in knees and females compared to males hormonal differences between females compared to males put in many instances we don't know why the rate of aco injuries is so much higher but we do know in what were very happy to to reporters that after an injury is unfortunately diagnosed with appropriate surgery rehabilitation and return of play protocols and guidelines athletes in most cases if not the majority of cases can affect a full support cold function and really a wellfunctioning sportsperson relay pardo rehab work not just talking about the word but basketball players for everybody every cubic communitywide it's unbelievable you know it it from.
"quadriceps muscle" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Nova sports medicine in virginia when choose the elite position for both the washington redskins and the washington nationals what does it mean to you to be the first female head doctor in the history of both major league baseball and the nfl i don't even think about it i never and never really crossed my mind i never i think of myself as the franc we saw for ourselves that a skins exhibition game knows taco phil taylor went down on a cloudy and west ran on the field she examined him there i am back on the sideline for what turned out to be a season ending terror this left quadriceps muscle west told us how different injuries are in the and overuse typically and basefall revealing modest shoulder and elbow injuries and baseball and football it's a lot of traumatic injuries highenergy or injuries that we have to really manage frankly stops another different invade ace boll and injured player is out of the game but in football the coaches are in my ear as i am examining he got a place you got to play i have to decide at that pretty quickly but west emphasizes how she makes that decision i'm deb players gotha right so it i want the best for the player so obviously i don't work for the team i want the team to do well but i said look at the player's best interest is being a woman an advantage or disadvantage to doing your job wason football a lot of them were raised by their mothers and their grandmothers and so they have they hold women in a very high regard and they come to me we'll tell me more information and they have harry trusting i thank seeking dr west usually does any reconstructive surgery but she says psychological outlook is key to getting players back on the field at one of my players today playoff it on last week said he's a mentor mental fortress i i have another player who's coming to me and say i'm just said oppress them not around my team i and they're coming to me and are asking me for help on the mental side growing up west was interested in the human body her mom noticed when i was five she got me a graze anatomy bucks christmas line that was my president i.