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"team physician" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:35 min | 2 months ago

"team physician" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"What we saw at the end of the first half here, right? Where he gets hit, he falls backwards, he hits his back of his head on the ground, and then he gets back up and begins to walk, but then stumbles to the ground suddenly, catching himself with both hands. Resulting, of course, in the concussion protocol, meaning that, okay, we figure he's done for the day, but instead he starts and finishes the second half as we saw. Yes. What do we know about what really happened here as we sit here on Sunday Night? Okay, so according to not only Mike mcdaniel, the dolphins head coach, but also to a tango file the way himself, they've both said that tua did not suffer a head injury on that play. They both suggested that tua was dealing with a back injury, which he, according to them, suffered initially during a quarterback sneak attempt earlier in the game. And that the back entry flared up further on that hit by buffalo's Matt Milano, which led to the instability. Now, it's that true. I understand that people would be skeptical. I'm not going to lie a little skeptical myself. But whenever a player and this is per the NFL's guidelines demonstrates gross or sustained vertical instability, including stumbling or falling while trying to stand, which clearly technophile lower was demonstrating here. That player has to go back and go through the concussion testing protocol. That testing is done by 18 physician and an unaffiliated neuro trauma consultant. And if a player demonstrates that instability and then this is perhaps deliberately vague on the NFL's term, the combination of the team physician and unaffiliated neuro trauma consultant believe that that instability is neurologically caused, the player is not allowed to go back into the game. So if you take what the dolphins are saying at face value, tag a vial of suffered a back injury, demonstrated this instability had to go through the testing, went through the testing, past the testing, and then came back into the game during the second half. Whether you want to believe that or not, is something I can not decide for you. And look, obviously, you can imagine tua any football player wanting to stay in the game, wanting to play in a game, especially when this huge, but the other people who have questions about this bill, about these protocols, and what really happened here seemed to work for the NFLPA, who have announced that they're launching an investigation into this because it was so visually egregious to watch unfold on television. Yes. And they have the right to do that with the NFL per the most recent CBA. And so as bills fans try to put all of this behind them as it were. We are left with a question, right? Given how tool looked and by the way, like for all of the protocol questions, it was objectively impressive what he did finishing the game, playing as he did. We're left with a question of like, are the dolphins now just the best team in the NFL Bill? Is this how it works though? No, they are not the best team in the NFL pop up. I'll answer that question quickly. But this was an impressive performance. They slowed it down the bills on offense. And even though they didn't have the huge shot play as we saw from them against the ravens in week two, tua was effective. We saw both these defenses adopt plenty of two high looks, the classic trope to take away the big plays we've seen from teams around the NFL, and to it did a better job of attacking too high than Josh Allen did. Josh was 23 of 36 for two O 6 and 88.4 passer rating bought two a tango via loa was 8 of 11 for 100 yards and a touchdown and a passer rating of 130.9 against the bill's two high looks, so I don't want to say that tua is mastering the meta game in a way that Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes is not. But at the very least, we've seen the dolphins can win a game against a very good football team that is trying to take away the big plays we saw from them in week two. Yeah, I don't know if that's gonna satisfy two anon. Just to be very blunt with you, Bill. I'm a little afraid to be on this podcast with you right now. To anon very focused on the meta game, but maybe we can distract them with more butt jokes. And on that note, Bill, we leave the bills and the dolphins in our rearview, and we get to everything else that happened in an increasingly interesting AFC. We all know door and window projects can be a lot. Whether you're making home upgrades or you're a contractor on the job site, The Home Depot can help. They're free millwork virtual apron service makes it easy to get expert assistance without stepping foot in a store. You just call one 8 three three HD apron, or you visit Home Depot dot com slash MVA. And their associates can help you find inspiration, order products, and take on installation. Plus, they speak Spanish too. And for the pros working on door or window jobs, they can assist with materials, large orders, and complex requests while you're on the job site, helping save time and money. So if you need a little assistance with your door window projects, take a timeout and contact millwork virtual apron at The Home Depot. The Home Depot. How doers get more done? So Bill, there is a world in which I segue to Lamar Jackson by talking about how he was the person who infamously ran off the field to poop, something we investigated on this podcast. But no, I'm growing. And instead I will just merely mention that Lamar Jackson and the ravens just beat down the Patriots. And Lamar had four touchdowns through the year, went on the ground. He now is the most passing touchdowns in the league. He has the highest passer rating in the league. He is apparently third in rushing yards also. So in this 37 to 26 win at Foxborough, what is Lamar Jackson who wanted a new contract from Baltimore, but did not get one to his satisfaction, looking like to you right now. This looks like the ultimate contract year for my player who might be one of the two or three most important players at any position in the NFL right now. He's just everything to this ravens offense. They're throwing at one of the highest rates in football and Lamar has been incredibly efficient. Despite by the way, not really having very much at wide receiver. On Sunday against a patriots defense and Bill Belichick that has done such a great job in years past of slowing down offensives that have one star tight end and little else in the passing game, Lamar was 18 of 29 for 218 yards with four touchdowns on Sunday, averaging nearly 8 yards per attempt. And that Pablo would be enough. But on top of that, Lamar is almost the entirety of this Raven's rushing attack, right? We finally finally saw some signs of life from Baltimore's running backs with justice hill and the returning JK dobbins on Sunday. But even with that included, Baltimore is running backs or averaging 3.6 yards per carry so far this season. Lamar had 119 yards and a touchdown last week, and this week he had 11 carries forward a 107 yards and another touchdown. The defense is banged up and struggling as we saw against the dolphins. The running game has been inconsistent outside of Lamar. Jackson's carrying as much of the load for this team has any player is for their team in football right now. And good news for the bills. You get Lamar. In Baltimore next week, it's a deadly. But the other quarterback who we saw, it seemed like cosplay as Lamar Jackson. Like kind of in the way that if you drink enough around someone with an accent, you just start to try on that exit. It felt like we saw Mac Jones

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"team physician" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"team physician" Discussed on WTOP

"To return to service. Right now, metro must keep close tabs on the returned cars mechanically because of a wheel set issue connected to an October derailment. John Aaron WTO P news. High school football is upon us, but a high school in Northern Virginia has decided to cancel its football program. There just weren't enough players who wanted to get in the game, so there won't be any football for the cougars at manassas park high school. The team held a number of practices in recent weeks in only average to turn out of 11 players. The school's activities director says ideally, he'd need a minimum of 30 players to have a season. The school originally planned to make a decision on whether the program would be canceled last week, but held off to see if the numbers improved. Unfortunately, they didn't. The activities director says he's hopeful now that football can return for the 2023 season. Nikki Nelly WTO P news. Young athletes are back in action, a sports medicine doctor says he thinks parents should play a role. It's important that parents advocate with their schools with their school districts made star health, doctor corinne Hudson as a team physician for the miss 6 and wizards, she says athletic trainers and coaches should have good training. Then make sure that the coaches and the schools are well prepared with emergency action plans for heat illness and heat stroke. Safety measures might include, for example, that cooling tubs are available when needed on these hot days. And she says heat protocols should account for temperature humidity, wind speed, sun, angle, and cloud cover. We call it the wet bulb globe temperature. We're seeking WTO P news. On the professional side, Cleveland Browns quarterback deshaun Watson apologizing and then today taking to the fuel

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"team physician" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:16 min | 6 months ago

"team physician" Discussed on KOMO

"Intelligence available before January 6th identified plans to quote invade the capitol occupy the capitol and take other steps to halt Congress's count of electoral votes that day That's vice chair Liz Cheney as the committee used a rare prime time hearing to begin making the case on then president Donald Trump's role in what happened that day ABC News legal analyst royal oaks was watching he spoke with Bill O'Neill We've had about a day to digest all of this now What jumps out at you Well I think the most dramatic thing that emerged was in addition to the generic theme that this was an attempted coup that Donald Trump was at the center of a scheme to stay in power In addition the fact that according to Liz Cheney there will be evidence that a witness on that day saw Donald Trump say once Trump had been told that people were calling for Mike Pence to be hanged some witness will say that Donald Trump responded by saying well maybe our supporters have the right idea He deserves it That is the kind of smoking gun evidence that could lead to a criminal prosecution but more likely we just have a dramatic impact on the voters and of course in one sense the Democrats true objective here Maybe to perform better in the midterms because they're going to release a report about this hearing It'll be released probably September or October or October barely close to the midterm elections In fact Rory is starting to see something of a defense from Donald Trump he seems to be discounting his daughter Ivanka's testimony that we saw yesterday by saying something near the effect of she checked out by January 6th and was an involved with the election results at all Yes it was interesting What happened was that Barr's William Barr the attorney general for Donald Trump Spoke to the investigators employed by this committee And Barr essentially said there was no steel There was We're not taking part in this This is totally partisan In spite of the fact that it is Cheney and mister kinzinger the Illinois congressman a Republican they agreed to join the committee And so in fact Liz Cheney had a really prominent role in the kick-off of the hearing last night And of course more hearings to come where do we go from here What should we expect Yes What's going to happen in the next couple of weeks is that there will be three or four more hearings next Monday and Wednesday you're going to see hearings on again whether bar and the staff knew there was no proof of fraud then you're going to see a hearing Wednesday on Trump's alleged pressure on the Department of Justice to claim fraud and install an attorney general who would help him And then you're going to see a couple of more hearings in the following week of focusing perhaps on the idea that Trump was okay with hanging Mike Pence And then a final report meeting is going to be on the 23rd of June another prime time event Then everybody will go to work over the summer for the committee writing up the report that will be released in the fall ABC News legal analyst royal oaks with us on the northwest news line That's Bill O'Neal Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio With inflation concerns mounting stocks crater today the major index is all tumbling at least two and three quarter percent The Dow Jones industrials retreated 880 points And the NASDAQ composite plunged 414 Those indexes all suffered steep losses for the week Lawyers for Facebook's parent company are reportedly investigating departing operating chief Sheryl Sandberg's use of corporate resources examining behavior going back several years that according to The Wall Street Journal citing people familiar with the matter Just about everybody is pinching their pennies nowadays even Microsoft report from insider says the software giant has paused its television advertising campaigns in order to save money and avoid layoffs It's worried that consumer spending is weakening Last year Microsoft spent nearly $300 million on TV ads That's your money now I'm Jim chesko northwest news radio After more than three decades the Seattle Seahawks team physician is stepping back from his duties Bill Schwartz on the man who championed player safety throughout the sports world Stanley herrings passion for helping people started at an early age in Texas when he suffered a spinal injury I see a young athlete soccer basketball across who have been concussed and those children those young athletes can recover and play again but they must receive proper treatment Part of doctor Stan herring's 2010 testimony before the U.S. House committee on education and labor He was supporting a nationwide plan to protect student athletes from concussions Pretty easy Educate parents and athletes coaches and administrators If there's a suspected concussion take the youth athlete out at that time In the third piece don't put them back in until they've been cleared by a licensed healthcare provider who understands concussions Those are key elements of Washington state's own 2009 Zachary Leicester law named for a maple valley middle school football player who suffered a life threatening brain injury It was during.

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"team physician" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

06:43 min | 8 months ago

"team physician" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

"This is the lineup for the day. I mean, it is a virtual who's who in the plant based community. Doctor Neil Barnard will be speaking that day, as will doctor Jim Loomis. Our colleague from the physicians committee who was also featured in the game changers. You know, doctor Loomis, before he came to the physicians committee, was also the team physician for both the Saint Louis Cardinals baseball team and St. Louis rams, NFL team before they moved to Los Angeles, so he definitely has those athletic chops in addition to being an athlete himself. Plus, doctor Baxter Montgomery, tea Colin Campbell. Also recently on the show, he will be speaking at the bench fest on April 24th as well. And of course, Gwen Whitaker, the founder of the CEO of green fair restaurant out there and herndon, she's helping to put this whole thing on and she too will be up on stage speaking along with many, many others. Plus, it's a bench fest. So you know there's gonna be local farms there, and there is going to be a lot of stuff to eat a lot of yummy things that you can eat. I mean, we're talking yum yums for days. So if you want full details on the event, click the link in the episode notes it will take you right on over to fairfax veg fest dot org. So it has been a really exciting week here at the physicians committee. Our team of researchers has just published a brand new study looking at rheumatoid arthritis and asking the question, how can diet help? So here's what they did. They did a randomized crossover trial with dozens of rheumatoid arthritis patients. Trying to find that answer. And I do hope to have one of the lead researchers of the study on the show very soon. Doctor Hanukkah, but you know her, she's been here before. But if you would like a preview of this matter of fact, you can spoil the entire thing, see how just how promising these results are, you can see the full study right now, it is published in the American journal of lifestyle medicine. But for the sake of the show here, right now, let me paint with some broad strokes. Over the course of 16 weeks, the patients were put on a vegan diet. And then over time, they began to eliminate foods out of that diet. One by one did an elimination diet. And then slowly, they reintroduced some of those foods, trying to figure out what those trigger foods were, what causes those are a flare ups. Then the other half of the participants, they were given a placebo for those 16 weeks, but then after the 16 weeks were up, the two groups switched, so the placebo group then went on the vegan diet, and the vegan diet group then went on the placebo. And the results so good. The findings as researchers like to say were statistically significant. But I would like to call it very statistically significant. So I hope to have a full show on this very, very, very, very soon. But in the meantime, we've got you covered with some other great content. Doctor Matthew nagra, he will be joining me on the exam room live on the next episode. So you can actually join us live on Wednesday one day before the podcast drops. We're going to be taping the episode live, noon eastern 9 a.m. Pacific on Wednesday that will be on the physicians committee's YouTube channel and Facebook page. And this time, we're going to be going and taking a look at meat, a closer look at me. Doctor Nagar he did a brilliant post on Instagram recently all about this and studies showing that eating meat can help you live longer. No, do not adjust your ears. I literally just said that eating meat can help you live longer. But, but with these studies that he was talking about, there happens to be a major flaw in the methodology. We're talking about skewed results so that as he explains, you could theoretically also use the same kind of results to show that smoking cigarettes can increase your life expectancy. So we're going to be getting into that and how to really try to figure out if a study is on the up and up or if you should just keep rolling right on by. It's going to be a good show noon eastern 9 a.m. Pacific. This Wednesday on YouTube and on Facebook and of course the replay will be right back here on the podcast on Thursday. But before we wrap up today, why not take a trip to the exam room news desk for a look at a new study, one that offers a triple serving of health benefits for 9 people battling chronic illness all from one diet with zero caloric restrictions. Lower blood sugar, lower cholesterol, smaller waste. Researchers say participants in a new study experienced all three plus some benefits on top of that after following a plant based diet for 12 weeks. The study out of Taiwan looks at patients who had high levels of unhealthy fat in their blood, a condition known as dyslipidemia. The patients were given a diet that stressed whole grains and at least three servings of fruits, 7 servings of beans and soy, three servings of nuts, and 400 to 600 grams of vegetables per day, which is roughly up to 8 servings. But what there wasn't was any restriction on calories. The results, an average weight loss of more than four pounds. Total cholesterol drops about 22 points, and the heavier patients also saw an average of two inches come off of their waist. Plus, those new to a vegan or vegetarian diet also saw TMAO levels plummet with inflammation levels also falling nearly across the board. Experts believe the low amounts of saturated fat and high amounts of fiber in a plant based diet could explain the positive results. The study is published in the journal frontiers in nutrition and you can find a link to it right now in the episode notes. And for today, that is going to wrap things up. I want to say thank you one more time to James lightning Wilkes for coming on the show today and helping to raise our health IQs. And for everyone, here at the physicians committee, I am the weight loss champion, chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for listening. And remember,.

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"team physician" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"team physician" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"What the NFL scouting combine in full swing on Wednesday, a lot of news and notes and regards to the Patriots and we start with meetings. Yes, combine meetings, probably the biggest part for teams now in Indianapolis other than the medical evaluations that their team physicians do in India every single year is meetings, getting face to face with their personnel execs and the top draft picks in the NFL Draft in 2022 and the Pats are doing their homework on this wide receiver class. We've already reported on the fact that the Patriots met with three of the top wide receivers so far in indie and Ohio State's Chris olave, Alabama's Jameson Williams and Arkansas wide receiver treylon Burks on top of those three. We can also add to the list more top prospects out of the wide receivers meeting with New England and Alabama's John metchie who played with Mac Jones at Alabama and had a great rapport with Mac during that national championship season in 2020 and Kentucky do it all gadget wide receiver Juan Dale Robinson also confirmed a meeting with the New England Patriots brass in Indianapolis. So you have pretty much every top wide receiver prospect in the draft telling reporters in indie that they have met with New England at some point in the process. This goes on the heels of a lot of rumors connecting the Patriots to trade targets as well, such as Calvin Ridley, the Atlanta Falcons, and at this point, although this could just be smokescreen for the Patriots and we should mention that these meetings come with a grain of salt. This is a fact finding mission in Indianapolis. The Patriots are doing their due diligence by talking to all these wide receiver prospects and just because they had a meeting with them at the combine. Doesn't necessarily indicate that they are interested in drafting that player in April. But still, the Pats are kicking the tires on every available wide receiver. And at this point, it would be shocking if a legitimate wide receiver impact type of player at that position was not brought in by Bill Belichick this off season. We also heard from former patriots offensive coordinator and current raiders head coach Josh McDaniels, he was asked a lot of patriots questions at the podium today in the convention center in Indianapolis..

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"team physician" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"team physician" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"Of millions of dollars. It was absurd and raise two hundred million for For far including some outside donations. I think that's pretty cool. Yeah they do amazing work there. That's great good for them. Somewhat better than the radiothons. We used to do for him kid. Here's twenty thousand dollars. They get a two hundred million dollar Shot in the arm. Not bad. Not bad at all right. We've got some coming up next year. Is i was captivated by this. And i i. It's it's horrible stuff. But for these former i think the finest performances of all time from these former olympic gymnast and current gymnasts were on that stan yesterday. Talking about larry nassar. And let me tell you you're gonna. They're gonna create a lot of good out of this if there aren't arrests among the fbi. People involved with this horrific situation. I christopher ray needs to leave and they need to clean house in the in the fbi. No doubt i mean. There's no doubt how this happened. And you know what acceptable. This guy was also the the team physician for a like a ton of other teams the university of michigan. How many other people did he assault. Oh yes or a bull. So here from michaela maroney and simone biles coming up next. It's amazing and then we had an nfl team requiring everybody coming to the games to be fully vaccinated but not all their players are really Interesting that's coming up next self-loading morning show this.

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"team physician" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"team physician" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Powerful testimony before lawmakers on the fbi's handling of sexual abuse claims against former women's national team. Dr larry nassar plus the challenges. The biden administration is facing over workplace vaccine mandates. Well there's some businesses who say that they don't believe it is the role of the federal government to determine whether or not employees should be vaccinated and emotional support for your pets. It's wednesday september fifteenth. I'm marie for totally for the wall. Street journal this is the pm edition of what's news the top headlines and business stories that move the world today. Four of the world's top gymnasts gave scathing testimony before the senate judiciary committee today excoriating the failures of an fbi investigation into sexual abuse by former women's national team. Physician larry nassar nassar was accused of abusing hundreds of women and girls over decades and is currently serving ineffective life term in prison after pleading guilty to seven counts. Elite gymnasts michaela maroney. Aly reisman simone. Biles and maggie nicols were identified by federal officials as potential victims in two thousand fifteen but a justice department. Inspector general report released back in july acknowledged that f. b. i. Field agents disregarded the gymnasts and later made false statements to cover their mistakes today. The four athletes gave emotional accounts. Of how the fbi's failure to act left a lasting impact. What is the point of reporting abuse if our own. Fbi agents are going to take it upon themselves to bury that report in a drawer. They had legal legitimate evidence of child abuse and did nothing over the past few years. It has become painfully clear. How a survivors healing is affected by the handling of their abuse. And it disgusts me. That we are still fighting for the most basic answers and accountability over six years later as the lone competitor and the recent tokyo games who was a survivor of this hor- i can assure you that the impacts of this man's abuse are not ever over or forgotten for many hundreds of survivors of larry. Nassar this hearing is one of our last opportunities to get justice. We ask that you do what is in your power to ensure those that engaged in wrongdoing are held accountable under the law reporter. Louise radnofsky was the hearing. There were a lot of questions in the senate hearing about why. The agents from the indianapolis field office had not been criminally charged. Fbi director christopher wray referred those questions to the justice department who he said had declined to prosecute and the justice department did not send the attorney general or the deputy attorney general or another figure to the hearing more. Broadly there to raise said that he wanted what had happened to become a kind of training exercise for f. b. i. Agents and something that they studied very closely as part of the bureau's attempt to make sure that it never happened again. He apologized the victims and the senators discussed a number of different ways. They would like to see anti-abuse measures in sports over hold. That was a smaller focus of this particular hearing. but it's certainly a matter of ongoing interest. Today's hearing comes. As insurers of usa gymnastics and the us olympics and paralympic committee are weighing proposed four hundred twenty five million dollar settlement between the organizations and hundreds of nassar's victims. Some of the gymnasts lawyers also called for separate action against the fbi. The biden administration has been pushing for kobe. Nineteen vaccine boosters to combat the delta variant but a food and drug administration report could put the brakes on the plan in a report released today. The fda said that current vaccine doses provide adequate protection from severe illness and death at the end of the week and outside panel of scientific advisers will analyze the report and make a recommendation on whether to authorize boosters for the general population in two thousand eighteen. Facebook changed its algorithm to boost meaningful social interactions with friends and family known as ms is and make the site a healthier place but according to a wall street journal investigation company documents show. The opposite happened. Content on the platform became more divisive. The investigation also shows that. Ceo mark zuckerberg was aware of that but resisted proposed fixes reporter keach hagi has more on zuckerberg's response from the documents. We could see that. He was definitely reluctant to make any big changes. Who's willing to do a little bit of testing He was willing to roll out some changes in what they called. At risk countries like ethiopia and myanmar but was really reluctant to make changes. That would hurt. And as i which was the all important measure of engagement and sort of what they were organizing the company around around this time we have spoken to several these executives about it and their main points are any algorithm is going to have its problems. Any algorithm is going to risk giving some folks who wanna game at a leg up. And that's why we have an integrity team in the integra team is in fact the group that made a lot of these reports that we saw that were flagging the problems. So that's one thing and their broader point really is look we didn't create divisiveness in society. It was there before facebook..

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"team physician" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"team physician" Discussed on The Journal.

"Was paralyzed during her floor. Routine the international gymnastics federation has made some safety changes since then. The vaulting table is now different. And there's a u. Shape matt around the springboard and the move that left mukhin paralyzed since been banned still knowing stories. Like these lewis says. That biles was well aware of how dangerous it could be for her to continue competing while suffering from the twisties. Did byles say anything about or have you learned from talking to people close to her since about why this bout of the twisties or where this mental state may have come from what may have contributed to it. We've heard from gymnast. The twisties can come for a number of reasons. It is hard to overstate the extent to which simone biles had stress upon stress upon stress piled onto her coming into these olympics and she was pushing through and she was doing what she thought. Everybody wanted her to do and what she wanted to do. Until the moment she realized she was risking her neck by continuing to do it and that was more important to her to acknowledge than continuing to do what everybody wanted from her says. That biles decision to pull out could raise larger questions about the culture of gymnastics and the pressure on athletes to perform no matter what simone biles said frequently with different meanings at times. We're not just athletes where people to so. There's clearly an awareness. We've heard michael phelps speak out in support of the gymnasts in the last few days we've seen various athletes wanting to talk about the impact short-term and long-term that high performance has on their wellbeing and their later happiness in life the impact that a gold medal does or doesn't have that so in two thousand thirteen byles had to be pulled out of a competition and now in twenty twenty one. She's pulling herself out. What do you think the significance of that is. It's clear that simone biles sees the significance that four or five years ago. She would not have done what she did. A hallmark of the abuse scandal was the gymnasts did not feel like they could say no to anything. The whatever they were told by team staff or by coaches or by the national team physician must be right and what we saw when simone biles talk show her team staff with she was saying here. That you're encouraging me that i look okay. I'm telling you that. I'm not okay to compete. We wrote in a magazine. Profile about simone biles a month ago that the world wants everything from her and she keeps on giving it and what is striking to me. Is it in tokyo. She said i'm not going to give you what you want at the cost of my own life potentially. How do you think this will affect simone. Biles as legacy. It is very clear that this extraordinary moment in an extraordinary career will form part of that legacy and saying no to something seemed risky in a gymnasts assessment. When that gymnast has done the riskiest. Things imaginable We'll also form part of that. Greatest of all time moniker. It is absolutely unprecedented. Because everything with simone. Biles is unprecedented. That gymnast of her caliber at her level. At a competition of this magnitude would take decision at such a pivotal moment and it shows to some gymnasts in extraordinary strength and maybe even a tiny shift in the balance.

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"team physician" Discussed on The Ortho Show

The Ortho Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"team physician" Discussed on The Ortho Show

"And experience things that they've done the perfect their craft in the ability to pick up little details on exam in history. And i think it became a better clinician. And that's what. I'm so grateful about that experience. Yeah it really is pretty remarkable. I mean i love the fact that they have the lab. Now that didn't really exist. We were there and you know categoric learning was at its sort of its infancy. But i mean think about it right. You're getting clinical experience on examination. Making i mean look you can make a great surgeon right. But if you don't have the right indications for surgery you're not gonna get great outcomes and so you need to know as much wind operating not to operate and watching working with incredible mentors on the clinical side and then you go to the operating room with them and you see these iconic figures you know and you're operating on just not the you take care a lot of professional athletes just also just people that want to come to be treated by you know that high level of care and then you also learn really important. It's it's not easy to be a team physician. There's a lotta skillset involved in learning how to do that. You're not there to be anybody's best friend. You're there to be a clinician and take care of these athletes and learning how to to to sort of be able do that process. So it's one of the few places you know across the country that that really allow you that complete package of learning and understanding how to deal with with athletes and sports related injuries. Yeah goes back to what everyone always says about comparing arthroscopy fellowship versus sports medicine. That is a true sports medicine fellowship. When other questions you learned to ask your goal is to get these people back to doing the things they love most. It's a very different style. We're not just doing surgery or taking care of that patient athlete from start to finish making sure that they can be the best version of themselves after..

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"team physician" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"team physician" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Kind of mimic our population as a whole. What would you recommend actor to people who are struggling to get an education due to diversity barriers. So what would you. What would you recommend to to those. Yes it's tough and it can be difficult. But i recommend never giving up. You know we know as minorities the path becoming physician as more difficult and hopefully that changes here in the near future But as the saying goes where there's a will there's a way. And so. I think you have to find different methods to obtain the goals and seek out. People who have may have been in similar situations. Were willing to help. Doctor thank you for taking time. Congratulations to you looking. Forward to hearing about how your mentese's do good luck on the and I please don't you tell us your name what you do here at mayo clinic My name is collette. your. I'm a new orthopedic. Sports medicine consultant at the mayo clinic specializing in all sports medicine surgeries hip arthroscopy and shoulder plastic and also one of the team physicians minnesota symbols moles. And are you. What facility are you at the mayo. Clinic minnesota downtown minnesota facility. Doctor yes sars seat patients at mayo clinic square in minneapolis But i also operating rochester. Very good thank you doctor for taking time from your busy day to talk with us about Diversity inclusion in the program of nth dimensions of a good luck to you and thanks so much for your time. Today are thanks mayo. Clinic orthopedic surgeon. Dr colletti oko. Thanks for joining us mayoclinic. Qna is a production of the mayo clinic news network and is available wherever you get and subscribe to your favorite podcasts. To see a list of all male clinic podcasts. Visit news network dot mayoclinic dot org. Then click on podcasts. Thanks for listening and be well. We hope you'll offer a review of this and other episodes when the option is available comments and questions can also be sent to mayo clinic news network at mayo dot edu..

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"team physician" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"team physician" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"The football facility. I've been there. My daughter went to michigan. I went to the football facility is cautioned becker hall. Isn't it right. Yeah they got us that drew of him out on the in front of it. It's like this beautiful museum slash football facility. I think is the locker rooms everything whatever so anyway. His stepson or adopted son who grew a vo adopted when the kid was like five. He came out and accused a long time michigan team doctor of sexually harassing and abusing him. When he was a child he was ten years old getting a physical right and according to reports. Well this is out. Eight hundred. Fifty people have followed suit. Yup there are eligible fifty people in total alleging that this doctor sexually harassed or abused them sexually molested them during the physicals and other things they play a chris who said it happened him forty five times. That's how many times the doctor touch them in order to five times. Forty five years at michigan. The son said did he told bo about it the first time it happened when he was ten years old. And that bo was mad. Got mad at the sun. And the mother bo's wife was upset with bow and went to the athletic director. The athletic director was gonna fire the the or really had fired. Dr robert anderson fired him and bow sim back guiding reinstated as the team physician and now today the news today is that more than one. Hundred former members of michigan football teams signed a letter this week defending his reputation and defending him against these allegations are this he obviously did. He did not molest anybody but the allegations are that he knew that not only had his adopted. Some been molested by this doctor but other players several players i mean is eight hundred fifty so several people and players had also been abused by this doctor and he did nothing. He kept him on his staff and these players are coming out today with the letter. Defending both becker rob go here. I just i have a hard time with it. I really do chris. If you want to put out a statement about beauchemin learn who he is and you know to you or whatever that's fine but this whole idea this is why molesters and people get away with this stuff. 'cause people try to shame the victims and make them feel like something's wrong with them and the tone of the whole thing is it's just a money grab didn't happen. That didn't happen to me. So i don't know how it happened to you. And they just don't know. I really feel bad for people to go out there. When eight over eight hundred people and chris what we've learned about abusers like this child molesters and abusers is the only way to stop is when they get caught. That's why we hold the people who find out about it. You know almost as bad as the as the actual guy almost from the standpoint of had both fire dead guy. He could save a lot of other kids experiencing the trauma that probably gone through right. I mean that that's why you can't do this and turn the other way..

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"team physician" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"team physician" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah, Fantastic. Good. It's a great upside decided it was it was. It was a curb Your enthusiasm episode When the African American turns down the American shirt. Good. Yeah, I said, it's kind of like there's an episode Polly, where Larry and Jeff, his agent who are proud Jewish Americans cannot deny the unbelievable chicken at a Palestinian restaurants Palestinian chicken, But it's controversial because You know, there's some Jews protesting the restaurant because it's a Palestinian run operation. Put the chicken studio. It is so good. Larry needs to go in. Yes, alright, That's incredible. So the I said, This is kind of like the Palestinian chicken opposite. We're copes turns down articles and when articles of clothing infuriate. Let's not forget on Seinfeld, either. When Cramer refused to wear the ribbon page one right now, One guy just spun around like a top who doesn't want to where they live in, and he just like You see these shades of Larry David's fingerprint them up a fire escape. I think he ran down an alley. Started climbing up the fire escape the whole mob going after him, Who doesn't want to wear the ribbon? So like a classic beautiful Oakland Saturday, right? There wasn't a cloud in the sky. It was. It was a fun day, man. It was going to be out there good vibes at the at the ballpark and pretty. I mean, for the A's of decent crowd. They put up a bunch of runs. They're hitting. It's fun weekend. You know, you need to be out there their first place. How are the concessions? Coast? More important? You know, I didn't eat anything at the ballgame. I, uh I drank a bunch of beer. Yeah. What are in charge of peanut? What are they charging out there like 12 bucks for a talk there still charging 12 as it used to be that these fans with Lord beer prices over generations, and they were right. They had, like half price of the Giants fans be probably still can. They got half the amount of people to serve? Yeah, That's why it's kind of cut back on the prices. You go. There you go Other than that, are you following the euro soccer at all? Watched a little bit on Saturday. I was actually watching. When when? When? Herod Down daily? Yeah, That's scary, Pretty. I guess he's okay. He's okay. Now. They said he went full cardiac arrest. The the quote I saw from the The team physician was quote He was gone before we resuscitate. That is scary. It was a scary moment and then and then, by the way for them to resume the match was they suspended it temporarily. But I mean, I don't even know how those guys make that decision. Those players make that call in that moment that we're ready to keep going. Uh, an umpire dropped dead in a major league baseball game once remember that? Yeah, that's Who was that? That sounds? Yeah. See here? Yeah. Empire dies. It was I want to say in Cincinnati that's brutal to see a young athlete. Soccer players whose? John McSherry McSherry cardio Like, You know, I mean, like, all these guys do is run. So it was such a You never know what the cause of this was opening the opening day 96 guy collect Collapsed and died in the first inning of a red Expose game Jesus Ice and they, uh, they didn't know he's dead. So let's see here. Uh, do they continue? Everyone was pronounced dead. He was like, 51 years old. I can't turn out there if they finished. Yeah, they finished the game. They went, and it says, uh, the P A announcer told the 53,000 in attendance that the game would resume in 30 minutes. Oh, no, I'm sorry. Then they decided that postponed. Yeah, that sounds right. Yeah. Then they announced he died so they didn't finish the game. The register of Cincinnati, which is big because that was 96. That was probably still the first game of the season. And, Yeah, it's probably over here across the road because of the Reds and the six that happened really scary moment on Saturday and then and then NBA? Yeah, I got some hoops yesterday. The Sun's Anybody surprised about that sweet extremely surprised me that viral footage of the brawl between a Suns fan in the Nuggets fan the Sun's fan gets over on him and lands several blows. The Nugget fan was just you tell me, I got sons, fans brawling in the seats, not the birds, fans. By the way, there were. Don't tell your sons have arrived. And this is a you told me. These Suns fans made it all the way up to Denver. Jesus. What did this happen? By the way, This is a brawl between two fans, both wearing Jerseys of their teams. Nice with no T shirts underneath. You're going pit hair. Uh, how are the guns? They have guns or we're talking. Yeah, I'm definitely younger and younger and fitter than you and me. The guy in the Nuggets. Jersey, though, was clearly just not a skilled fighter because he was weak. He tried to like he tried to pretend the fight was over. He tried to walk away, and then he tried to sneak back for a sucker punch. And the sons. Guys like fine. You want it? He brought him in and delivered. I want to say, like 10 straight to the face. This is a pretty good recounting of this pretty tough, But here's the catch The whole very Nolan Ryan like the headlock to bring it up. The whole reason I bring it up is after he just disposes of the guy. And this is being filmed on a shaky hand video enough. The guy in the Suns jersey just he's on He's unscathed. He's disposed of the guy. He just turns to the guy and his buddy and says Sons and four Yes,.

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"team physician" Discussed on The Ortho Show

The Ortho Show

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"team physician" Discussed on The Ortho Show

"We had no not operative sports medicine doctors. Nothing and you know today Kresa mods the team physician for the new york yankees for new york city football club. T shawn lynch's the team physician for fordham. I take care of columbia. Dave trophy takes care of manhattan guide about ecologists forty five high schools brady. Leary's are not ops sports guy who's just crushing it so it's it's been amazing just from the sports side of things to be able to have been able to have a part in that what growth which was really you know again very very unique and when i meant to are so many people now which is one of my passions you know when you have that opportunity to do something you know and not be the tenth guy on the team will be the first or second able to create something in your own vision while nerve wracking daunting. There's something really special about that if you're given the the resources to do it and if you have the support to do it And i certainly did. I mean the mentors. I had allowed me to get to where i've got is Is something. I talked about all time and pay that forward as much as i possibly can. Well you can't go. I mean Covid anyway. I could not go to a meeting which i would attend routinely you know five six seven where i could not run into a bill. Wien fellow. I mean you're like it's like bill bella checker andy reid. You know you've got this this this legacy of fellows that you've created across the country. That are unbelievable. I mean they're just at the top of their game and must give great satisfaction knowing that you've helped to treat that or train them so you're really helping to sort of treat these patients that you've never met. It's a really cool thing. Yeah well look. I think that you know for those of us. That going academics. I mean there's a lot of different reasons. People do it but for me without question the the lasting legacy hopefully and i said this the other day i'm not i don't spend much time on linked ian but what i got a note that mike ri- way when of my fellows who i know you know mike. Posted on linked in about a novel approach that he just got published for doing a poster approach for total shoulders and in just struck me like what. What's cool about having fellowship in residency. Is that you hopefully are going to have fellows and residents that are going to surpass you and be better than you and there are some people that get threatened by that and i saw the opposite of that. Like i'm going to revel in your success so much That more so than oh you know. I want you to fail because that makes me look like the big guy i i couldn't think anything further so when i see mike riley doing great. May i see steed goldberg. One of my fellow scot who basically started a revolutionary total shoulder system in his garage. It's a total game changer. It's fda approved. It's gonna get bought by one of the big companies and it's totally transformative instead..

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USA gymnastics 'giant' dead after trafficking, sexual assault charges filed

Democracy Now! Audio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

USA gymnastics 'giant' dead after trafficking, sexual assault charges filed

"Michigan former. Us olympic gymnastics coach. John gathered died by suicide. Thursday moments after he was charged with sexual assault and human trafficking in addition to to charges of sexual assault against children. Get it was accused of enabling former olympic team physician and convicted serial rapists and child. Sexual abuser dr. Larry nassar nassar survivor. Sarah klein was just eight years old when she began training and get her gym on thursday. She said quote he tortured and abused little girls myself included for more than thirty years and was able to cheat

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Ex-U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach charged with sexual assault

90.3 KAZU Programming

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Ex-U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach charged with sexual assault

"Of the sport's most prominent coaches, who had ties to the to the notorious sports doctor, Larry Nassar has killed himself. John Getter, took his own life just hours after he was charged with two dozen crimes, including human trafficking. And sexual assault get led the U. S women's gymnastics team to a gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Joining us now is NPR Sports correspondent Tom Goldman. Hey there, Tom. Hi, Mary Louise. What else do we know? Well, we have confirmed that John get hurt, killed himself. Hours after he was charged. He was supposed to turn himself in this afternoon. He'd been investigated for the last three years. His investigation grew out of the Larry Nasaa retrial. Yes, sir, of course, was convicted of sexually abusing many, many female athletes, including some of the most famous U. S Olympic women, Jim Nous, and throughout his investigation get, ERT steadfastly maintained his innocence and that he wasn't aware of what NASA or was doing. Well, what else do we know about this? There were two dozen charges that the state of Michigan announced today. What what exactly was getting accused of having done? A Michigan attorney General Dana Nessel, um announced yes, the two dozen charges and 20 of the 24 counts for for human trafficking and forced Labor and Attorney General, Nestle explained. Human trafficking charges in a press conference today, it is alleged that John Getter used force fraud and coercion against the young athletes that came to him for gymnastics training for financial benefit to him. Victims suffer from disordered eating, including bulimia and anorexia, suicide attempts and self harm, excessive physical conditioning. Repeatedly being forced to perform even when injured Extreme emotional abuse and physical abuse, including sexual assault. Now. Mary Louise, Um Attorney General, Nestle acknowledge that cases like this don't often involve human trafficking, she said. We think of it predominantly is affecting people without the means to protect themselves from this type of crime. But she said, it can obviously affect all types of people in this case, young elite female athletes and she said. The alleged victims still carry the scars of those crimes to the state. Yeah. I said there are ties between Get ERT on Larry Nassar. What were the ties? Yeah, we'll get her was AH, longtime owner and coach at a gym near Lansing, Michigan on Git was there where hundreds of women say Larry NASA are abused them. Now Starr was the team physician and in house medical expert and get her. It's Jim for about 20 years. One of the charges today was that get lied to police about Nassar's role as the physician at his gym get hurt, allegedly told police he had never heard any complaints about Nassar's treatment of athletes. Although at least one prominent athlete contradicts that. She said she was with a group of fellow Jim Nous and get hurt, and she mentioned that NASA had abused her, She says her teammates gasped. And get hurt. Didn't react. USA Gymnastics suspended Get her during the nests are scandal and get retired in 2018. And finally today following his death by suicide, Rachel den Hollander, the first to publicly accused ness or of sexual abuse. Tweeted this so much pain and grief for everyone to the survivors. You have been heard and believed, and we stand with you. Thank you for telling the truth. NPR's Tom Goldman reporting. I think you told me you're welcome.

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"team physician" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"team physician" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All right. It was another fantastic year for Northwestern football. Not only did they win their division in the big 10, they Get to the Big 10 championship game played Ohio State. Super tough. They won the Citrus ball against Auburn. Had Fitzgerald just signed a brand new deal. And Northwestern and Fitz joins us right now in the Corona hotline on Waddle in Sylvie fits. Congratulations. How are you? I'm great. So how you doing, Connor Appreciate you guys coming on tonight. Always always. All right. So you've been through this a time or two. I know you have super Agent Brian Harlan. S o When you ink this deal. Is there something that you say to yourself that I need to mount reward myself or reward my family and I am getting this. Yeah, I'm picking up dinner tonight to make sure I'm home on time E mean. Yeah. Now, listen, it's it's a great honor and just so thankful. Was great commitment from the university and in the partnership that I think our program and You know, the university leadership has had now for a number of years, and we look forward to doing that for for a number of oranges, very thankful, but it's because of our great players and a great staff. And just really thankful for everybody. How are you different today than the day that you took over as head coach? Wow. I mean a lot. You know, I was probably like a 33 inch waist down, but I don't want to describe what I am right now. So that's one problem, but You know, I just think he is always in. Probably a lot of your listeners went from being in a, you know, important role baby in there. The widely heard that then being into leadership rule, and you feel like you're prepared, But until you really do it, you really truly understand maybe how you weren't prepared, but even more so how? How much you need to learn and growing problem and that's what I continue to try to do personally and What we've tried to continue to do with that program, trying to serve our players in the program to be the best that we can possibly be. Not another big 10 has been and will be on the forefront of how to handle the Corona virus and how it affects the ability to play in practice and all that stuff. I assume, you know, you'll be out there making decisions help make decisions. What are some of the next you know, important conversations that are on the horizon for you for Northwestern for the conference as a zoo. We still live with this this pandemic. Yeah, absolutely. You know the priorities health and safety of our players in our staff and our families. And you know, we worked really hard to make sure that we do Everything in our power is a program especially me is the leader To have and follow the protocols and expectations that you know our medical team Jeff Me, Honest and her team physician Kevin Kiki Galahad, athletic trainer. Make sure we're following the guidelines that they prescribed them, You know, just making great social decisions and our guys have been phenomenal. You know, we go the whole regular season without one covert positive and We had a couple after after the last game, but you know, we've We've been very fortunate and the good news is is all of our guys. A doll, you know, come out of it that have had it And then you know so far, not headlong, well, many any long lasting issues at this point, so we know we're fortunate and just got to continue to be diligent. What's the next steps? I think, is that just paying attention to what the medical experts advise and trying to do the best job we can its citizens. Look out for ourselves, because if we do that, right, then we'll be looking out for each other. Had Fitzgerald joining us. It's waddling Sylviane ESPN 1000. So we always talk about how the football season is a grind. But how would you say how much more of a grind was it having to get through all that stuff that you just mentioned? Yes, it was really hard on the players. I mean, you know, I at least got to go home and see station the poison. You know, actually some of our coaches because of some concern that they got little ones that are You know, daycare and things that nature actually stayed in a hotel. There was a lot of sacrifice, but nobody sacrificed more than our players. You know, they do it anyways, being a college athlete, But then to take it up a notch and and, you know, Guys didn't go out socially. Very few saw their families. Um, you know, I'm just so proud of them. I'm so thankful for that sacrifice, and I think for a lot of them, they're really glad it's over. I mean, it was a grind and You know, now there were in workouts and get ready for spring ball on before you hope will be doing that here in about 45 weeks. Power always been curious the new facilities that Northwestern having absolutely breathtaking I mean, the fact that you've got that one point I think it's done is a part of the weight room. That's all enclosed in glass. That goes right up next to the lake like that is that we're that Ryan Fieldhouse on DWilson feel they're amazing Indoor facility. It's just gorgeous. Obviously, everybody knew that that was going to be a factor in recruiting. I was wondering if there's An anecdote a story you might be able to relate of a moment where you realize the results of that facility on recruiting, right, Like a beer, like, Oh, this is different. Pat. We're doing it now. This is a thing. Yeah. You know, the first time this was before the pandemic, but, uh, the first time we had a recruit on campus. You know, we walked him up through Walter Athletic Center, and then you know, we showed him where the Football officers were innocent. But before I do that, I want to walk in the Wilson fielding watching a Ryan Fieldhouse. Every other stage up on do this Young man's So I just George dropped in a zoo. Parents go. Are you kidding me? And I said no, I'm not kidding. Yeah, and they just they just stared at a to view Fervor. It seemed like forever, but it was more like maybe not 10 seconds, but that's when we knew right away. You know, we're just so thankful. Those amazing donor families and so thankful for the opportunity to have it there, guys. Take advantage of it every day. You know we're right there in the heart of campus, and it just makes her quality of life in their day to day. That much better. And if it was just for football be one thing, But you know, we've got, uh all of our sports area will take advantage of it if it's unknown of Joe's our cafeteria or academic support center. In that, obviously, the new locker rooms and the new weight room for Olympic sports. It's really spectacular, and I'm really really thankful for For that opportunity for our guys to train there. Talking to Pat Fitzgerald. It's waddling Sylvia on ESPN 1000 Jim own Neil, You new defensive coordinator from the Raiders. Is that finalized Now we're we have well for, you know, Yeah, we're working progress, but things were going in a very positive direction and Yeah, you know, let's let's rewind the clock a little bit..

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"team physician" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"team physician" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Outdoors on ESPN am 1000 in Chicago was a better finish up like a side in the 19 thirties. Everybody welcome back to chock sees great outdoors and what the phone is ringing. Let's see who's on the phone. Well, it's it's one of the three musky tears notice. I said that Muskie tears. It's time appreciate. Hey, Tommy. Good morning. How you doing, my friend? How you doing? I'm doing all right. Tommy is part of as I mentioned the Three Musketeers because it was Tommy Mike Jarvis. And Luis Gonzalez, who were out Muskie fishing this past weekend. I think it was, wasn't it? Actually last Tuesday, last Tuesday. Yeah. Tommy Reid. I'm interviewing Tommy with this is because Tommy's been on the quest of the Holy Grail. To get his buddy Mike Luis Gonzalez on Muskie. Is that correct? Served going hard at it for about a year. Was about a year and a half ago. We've been flathead catfish in together for a long time. Now on, uh You've been a F me, man time. You gotta get me out of money. You gotta get me on a musket. It's a very loop. You're really about it. You know, it's a lot of hours, blood, sweat and tears. But anyway, but will be in a big king salmon fisherman. You know how it isn't all noise. Another fish in 10,000 cash? Yeah, that's a very loose, you know, may comes around right about when the bishop funny. Get at it who we are. So we started our season off up in Madison Madison Change that fish. They're pretty regularly with Mike. That that is a good good. You'll get a good chance here to try to get yourself all your first Muskie. All right. Cool. We started up there. No open weekends always talked brushing up there because they're something still spawning summer. Don. It's that transition period, you know, and, you know, we put a Good hard day's up there. We had a couple follows. But No event. You know, he knew, you know, most efficient ain't easy. No, you're going to hit. You know the same spot so many times you hit him during peak period. Miners, Majors, whatever. That was uneventful. We spent some time on shoving off. Chain and legs like that. You know, And the problem with you know with, you know, you'll Chicagoland area Summer's come really quickly so the water will be in the seventies, which is totally fine. Then the two they 80 Mark. You know, you really don't want to be messing with monkeys for a fact that you catch one. Mortality rate is pretty high because You put him back in the fish is tired out and a lot of times they don't make it so we had to take that mid summer break. It's um We spent a lot of time together on the boat. Loses one of the going he's going to get when I'm like, you know, you put the time in religious a matter of time. That's how it is. And so whatever the season ended, I voted a couple everybody. Mike voted one. We're out and came for the most part for the end of the season. Balloons still hasn't gotten his Muskie's So like, you know, Seasons, and it's gonna keep going, But they can't give up on it. Like I said, kindling with the team physician, you know pink salmon from the shore. Fishing for a fish that doesn't really want to bite. It's almost hard decision for a month. You word. No. Maybe once a week. Sometimes you get you get that right there Right moment it happened. You understand? You know, and, uh When you actually just like the last couple of weeks. We were kind of like planning off for next season, you know? To the chip will flow it and talking about you know, Green Bay and, you know, just get a couple really good trips. And, you know, Lou started stocking up on basic crazy here at this point. He hasn't caught one yet, but he's hooked into the goddamn fishing already. Because you know you're spending the money on Buck tales, you know. You know those Mexican custom made 1 40 60 bucks and I got him already roped in horribly like both the man's about the business, All right. You know? Yeah. Last week we're kind of like a sow it every exhibition started. But Tuesday was you know, Monday night start before I was ready to be for work, You know, I talked to Luis and Luis. You know, bro, What's up? Go to the Fox River. I hear that they will catch him there in the winter. That's a look, Lou. I mean, As much they want to catch Must be, you know, in the wintertime. A lot of these anglers. They do catch him on that river. You know, it's it's more most of the time. It's in the state. You know the fishing for wall. I They get a muscular, You know, they get around monkey to come by a hungry elite that small wallet were whatever thrown on. I thought those guys were getting those muskets in the winter. I would try something like No, I'd much rather go and do something where I know we'll get especially from Northern You know what was going on, and he's been out a couple times of mirrors, season and last season and he got so you got into the game a lot more with sight, fishing as well. We'll get out regarding forget.

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"team physician" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"team physician" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Meal is a completely different meal. If you fire up the grill, and you throw some dog food on it instead of a sirloin. Yeah, I know how many weapons through on that offense, Just like I know how good Andy Reid and Eric the enemy are and I know what she had. Heny did in the fourth quarter against Cleveland. But even the most diehard Casey fan could not tell you they feel is confident in Henny is they do more homes, of course. This is why was significantly Kansas City, initially announced demo homes had been a full participant in practice yesterday. That sounds good. It sounds promising, but then they changed his entry. Too limited in the practice. My Krav alot of the NFL network said yesterday's practice was quote a glorified walk through So if it wore world full practice, he would have been limited. Andy Reid used the same word himself, eh? So I look good. He's just he's in the protocol, so there's only certain things you can do, and it's a limited basis. But He took all the snaps and you feel it was good. So I mean, we just We're just gonna follow this moral called right. So once again, the key words here protocol and limited And, according to reports, that's pretty much as it should be like you shouldn't read too much into the fact that the practice was a glorified walk through because most practices this time of year are glorified walk throughs. Coaches and teams do not want their guys going full bore the week of the Conference championship game. So the fact that it's quote a glorified walk through really is not a change that the team is making former homes. You probably would have been a glorified walk through anyway. Him taking all of the snaps. May remain happy. Ah, good thing or a bad thing is relates to Sunday, either, you know, and then you've got the concussion protocol itself. It's something we hear about all the time, but suddenly everybody is an expert on the protocol. According to The Washington Post. The NFL bolstered its protocol for the 2018 season to require a concussion evaluation quote for all players demonstrating gross motor instability. G stumbling or falling to the ground when trying to stand to determine the cause of the instability and quote That's a hell of a line, isn't it? Gross motor instability. Think I had that last Friday night. But I was in my backyard. Gross motor instability. What? Oh, I know. I'm no wordsmith, but it sure seems like Patrick Mahomes had quote gross motor instability. When he tried to stand up and was wobbling around. Then you've got the question of the protocol itself and how one advances through the protocol is to return to the field And here is the cure. The key piece everybody involved makes it very, very clear. It's not the team's decision. It's not up to the player. It's not up to the team, nor should it be because I guarantee if it were my home's would've been right back out there. He would have gone right back out there. Even with that gross motor instability, you know why he's tough as hell and because almost every player would go right back out there. That's why they don't leave it up to the player. That's why they don't leave it up to the team. The protocol is a five step process quickly. Here's the breakdown from the post. The first phase involves rest and limited activities into the player can progress under the supervision of the athletic training staff to light aerobic exercise. Phase two involves increased cardiovascular exercise. The third phase allows for practice with the team in football specific exercise. For 30 minutes or fewer with careful monitoring the player can participate in noncontact football activities in phase for In the final phase of always being cleared medically for full on field participation in contact. It's not know why they do that. I know why they laid out like that. I feel like I need to be in protocol just reading it. I know why they do it. After the player is cleared by the team physician. He must then be examined and separately cleared by an independent neurological consultant, jointly approved by the league and the NFL Players Association and not affiliated with any NFL team. So there you have it. In other words, Patrick Mahomes has to work his way through all of that this week. Those air the phases that he needs to work through. The question, then is how long does that take? Can you do that in a week? If so, then he's gonna go out there with quote, limited practice and profit is a matter of hell of a lot. He is patch Mahomes, but if he runs out of time And the clock hits zero. Then Kansas City's gotta go to the biggest game of the season, which Chad Henny under center. And I don't care how much faith you have in those weapons and that coach and his play calling and the coordinator. There's no Casey fan that wants that, not against a really dangerous bill's team..

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"team physician" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"team physician" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"At the half our halftime show brought to you by our friends at the SEC Keys. No matter where you cheer on the line I this basketball season. Make sure to grab an ice cold Dosek keys for tip off and yell. I l l enjoyed those seconds responsibly. Appointed by surveys. Mexicanos, White Plains, New York. Laughs, Um, stance coming up. We'll check the basketball scoreboard as well. But first, let's get our sports medicine minute from Karl. And without here is Scott Baby. Hi. It's Scott, baby, and this is a Carl Sports Medicine Medical minute. We're talking with Dr Robert Gertler, team physician with you via athletics. Dr Gertler when someone dislocates a joint, What's going on? This location occurs when a force pushes the joint out of its natural position, and it literally comes out of soccer. The most common joint is the shoulder. How come because it's an inherently unstable joint. It's all held together my soft tissues, whereas if you think about a hip it had Has a much deeper cup, but a shoulder is a shallow cop with the ball sitting in it, so it's more vulnerable. What is the treatment options, you know, vulnerable patient patient was highly like 32 Reedus looking it's surgery. After one dislocation in the general public, it would be often first rehab. And then if you re dislocates surgery thing has been a Carl. Sports Medicine. Medical minute. Find out Maura Karl dot order. Illinois trailed early in this game seven to use the 14 to run to grab the lead for news. Last lead was of the 13 48 mark when they were up nine AIDS, Illinois surged ahead both scenes We're shooting in the low twenties Illinois use the tanto run at the end of the half tended to 10 to 3 actually on the final three point bucket by Aaron Wheeler. But the line I had a 10 hour run just ahead of that. They're shooting percentage zipped up to 45%. And after a struggle to score the line I do lead by 10.5 33 23 over the produce Boilermakers. Dion and I return with more analysis and some scores Got baby has the stats ahead at halftime on the Dusek Ease halftime show presented Tyler feel I MG college. How do you make it as a team You build on what you got to build What you don't It's a mentality Force is applied to building for 117 years. Building trucks with grit, Resilience, purpose SUVs with boundary pushing capabilities vehicles built just like the people they're filled for. It's a work ethic that's made us America's.

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NBA memo forbids skipping line for virus vaccine

WBZ Midday News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

NBA memo forbids skipping line for virus vaccine

"From the embassy warns basketball teams about obtaining the Corona virus vaccine early A B C's Aaron Khutor ski with that the MBA warn teams they are forbidden from pursuing or administering covert 19 vaccines before it's their turn. In a memo obtained by our sister network, ESPN, the MBA, said the new Fizer in Madonna vaccines are safe and effective. But the timing and prioritization for basketball players is set by public health officials. Team. Physicians and other health related personnel are allowed to get the vaccine, But NBA commissioner Adam Silver recently promised the league would not jump the line when it came to vaccinations.

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Alabama's Saban tests negative for COVID-19 in follow-up

Ben Ferguson

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Alabama's Saban tests negative for COVID-19 in follow-up

"Following that earlier diagnosis, a team physician, Dr Jeff Allen, said the latest PCR test was administered Thursday. He says. If Stephen has three successive negative tests each taken 24 hours apart. Saban will be cleared to return. Alabama host number three Georgia tomorrow night

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NFLPA investigating Los Angeles Chargers' Tyrod Taylor pregame injection

Steve Cochran

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

NFLPA investigating Los Angeles Chargers' Tyrod Taylor pregame injection

"Is looking into the treatment Charters quarterback Tyrod Taylor got for cracked ribs before Sunday's game with Kansas City. Made reports that the Chargers team physician punctured Taylor's long while trying to give him a pain killing injection. A new

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Kevin Durant among Nets players to test positive for coronavirus

CBS Sports Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Kevin Durant among Nets players to test positive for coronavirus

"From the NBA Kevin Durant is a mold spore Brooklyn nets players to test positive for the coronavirus the four players only one is exhibiting symptoms all four are isolated and are undergoing medical care from team physician while all star guard Donovan Mitchell of the Utah jazz's who showed no symptoms of being sick before testing positive for the corona virus and he continues to have no signs of the woman's since going into

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Rachael Denhollander on the power of Larry Nassar's manipulation

Perspective

05:44 min | 3 years ago

Rachael Denhollander on the power of Larry Nassar's manipulation

"But I every investigation into wrongdoing begins with one person coming forward publicly in the case of USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar that person has been Rachel denhellender islander during Nasser's trial more than one hundred and fifty women and girls got up to speak about the abused they had been subjected to for so long the final victim to give a statement was Rachel denhellender there she asked a question how much is a little girl worth now she's out with a new memoir and a children's book with the same name spoke with Rachel from our ABC C. Studios and because we think our account is so important we wanted to bring you the whole interview in two parts in the first. She discusses coming forward with her story. When you first went to Larry Nassar when you first went to him you or how old it was just after my fifteenth birthday you right so much in here about that time period it and and some of the things you talk about not being ready to go there yet because you weren't quite sure what was happening and it's a familiar I heard from all the girls in the case. It didn't know yeah and that's actually a very familiar dynamic with childhood. Sexual in general most abusers are some of that you know awesome that you should be able to trust and so being able to reconcile what's happening with the person that this you know who this is supposed to be is almost impossible. Most childhood sexual assault victims victims don't really fully grasp what's happening to them and when you add a medical veneer over the top of that makes it even more difficult and then you add to it that most abusers are to an extent pillars in the community and you definitely had that that dynamic with Larry and so a huge factor that that kept me silent and kept me believing that this must be medical treatment was that I trusted everyone everyone around me not just my abuser trusted the community around the institutions and authority figures that surrounded Larry to have insured that he was doing accurate medical treatment and you also also did talk to one person and that was your mother who you guys rent went through all the scenarios of if we go forward what might happen at the time when you were just a teenager it yeah so. Larry abused me for almost two years and it wasn't until very near the end that he crossed the line that I knew is abuse and at that point I just froze and so I didn't know what to do with information and I didn't tell my mom for about a year because this shame was just such a heavyweight that verbalizing the abuse wasn't wasn't something news capable of yet but when I did disclose to her and we began having those conversations you know at at seventeen years old I had seen enough of how the culture treat sexual assault victims to know what would happen if I spoke in the last thing I wanted to do was speak up and not win because I knew that would empower Larry to be able to continue and I knew if I pulled that string with Larry I pulled the string of big ten university and I touched their department and I touched a United States Olympic governing body that made the most money out of our summer Olympics six and that touches the USOC and that touches Senate and so I was very acutely aware of the dynamics that I was up against an when I was seventeen I said to my mom. I can't do this without media media pressure. It won't be successful and I can't do this anonymously and so even had that discussion. What do you do do you walk into a newsroom and you say here's here's a story and you just hope they do something with with it? We didn't know what to do with that. We knew what it was going to have to look like to speak up but we didn't know how to make that happen and so really for sixteen years. That's what I was waiting for. I I was waiting for an opportunity and you really kind of put it behind you. You talk about the story of how you met your husband and how you had your kids and you moved on and you were ready ready to go okay. I can move on with this and then Cain that Indie star piece that you saw and you said no enough. That's it and that was the catalyst right yeah. That's what I was waiting for. You know I got to a place where I realized my healing can't depend on whether or not Larry admits what he does whether or not I ever see the justice or whether he stopped and I moved forward with my own healing but I was constantly watching for a chance just following his career looking for any crack that people were believing vink beginning to believe what was taking place in USA gymnastics because I knew if they could see the abusive culture at Sag they might be willing to believe that their own team physician could be the an abuser and that's really what I saw with at Indy start it was the first time that journalists had been able to gain traction pointing to the abuse of environment in United States gymnastics and being able to say this is happening and it's wrong when you went forward and made that decision to say this is what I'm going to do that was difficult for you because you wrote it all down and then can you write about how you thought about it and you said and then I just hit send. Sometimes you just need to hit send yeah and it was you know I'm I'm fortunate because there was was there was the internal battle of knowing what it was going to cost but because I had been waiting and watching for sixteen years I knew exactly what needed to be done. I near how I needed to be done and it really wasn't toys. I had always known if there is an opportunity. This is how it was going to have to be done and I saw that opportunity than as a shot in the dark but you have to take it how much of your legal legal background helped you with this case and knowing what to do and some of the things that you you knew were really important with all of this it was absolutely foundational because it allowed me to review review the case law and the statutes to look at the evidence that I had to be able to approach the prosecutor in the investigator insane. We have a case here this is this is how it can be proven. This is the evidence that I have and just guiding me through the process understanding the dynamics of communication and how to get the story out of Larry's control how to get out of the control of the university and the institutions that were surrounding him so that they couldn't control the narrative anymore next week. We'll bring you part two of that interview with Rachel More Oscar what it was like sitting through all of the impact impact statements and being the last woman to testify

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Ohio State says 100 ex-students report sexual misconduct by doctor

Dana Loesch

01:48 min | 4 years ago

Ohio State says 100 ex-students report sexual misconduct by doctor

"Hey, for a second meeting this fall in Washington unhappy that the two leaders of two very important countries are continuing to me at that meeting takes place in Washington. I think it's all good. I'm Heo still not confirming any possible agreements made during the closed-door meeting between. The two leaders earlier this week he spoke at the UN. Where the US is calling out Russia and China for blocking efforts to stop sanctions violations by, North Korea while still expressing continued hope the gang will. Keep its pledge to denuclearize Ohio State University now says dozens of former. Students have come forward with claims of sexual abuse, by the school's former sports doctor was used as more than one hundred. Former students have provided firsthand accounts of sexual misconduct by a now dead the team physician in part, of a school's ongoing an independent investigation into allegations. Against Richard Strauss involving male athletes and, students, some say they raised concerns about Strauss as far back as the nineteen seventies Ohio State University says it's interviewed dozens of former students and university employees Strauss killed. Himself in two thousand five FOX's Jeff monosso Ohio congressman Jim Jordan has denied allegations of failing to report abuse claims, when he was an assistant wrestling coach at the school. Many unanswered questions after returning boat capsized in a storm on a lake. In Branson Missouri yesterday killing seventeen people it's not, known yet if life jackets were used we don't know what the status. Of all the events yet that's still under investigation until that investigation is completed I don't think it's, my place or even wants pledge to speculate governor. Mike parson the coastguard and NTSB investigating Fox News fair and balanced Why.

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French president's aide questioned by police for allegedly beating protester

24 Hour News

03:13 min | 4 years ago

French president's aide questioned by police for allegedly beating protester

"On tape I'm. Ed Donahue with an AP news minute there's a report about President Trump and, a secret recording the New York Times reports lawyer. Michael Cohen secretly, recorded Trump discussing. Payments to Karen McDougal two months before. He was elected president the former playmate says she had an affair with Trump in. Two thousand six which he denied the saga megani secretary of state Mike Pompeo says it's really important President Trump meets again with. Russian President Vladimir Putin is incredibly. Valuable valuable to the people of the United States of America the President Putin and. President Trump continue to engage in dialogue to resolve the difficult issues that are countries faced between each other I, think this makes enormous sense the White. House is trying to set up a meeting with Putin in the fall Ohio, State University says more than one hundred former students have provided firsthand accounts of sexual misconduct by a now dead team physician and. An ongoing investigation they say they verbally raised concerns. About Richard Strauss's early as nineteen seventy eight Eight I may Donahue The nation's, homeland security chief. Says there's no question Russia interfered in the, two thousand sixteen election but his AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports she's countering the intelligence assessment of why it did Russia was. Involved two years ago I don't think there's any doubt, that they did it but speaking at, the Aspen security forum. Homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen says it was aimed at causing. Chaos in both parties I haven't seen any evidence that the attempts to interfere in our election infrastructure was to favor a particular political party that goes against an intelligence community assessment that Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign aimed at helping the Trump camp while hurting Hillary Clinton's. Saga megani Washington Premature baby, penguin has been nurse back to. Health after her parents accidentally stepped on her egg and broke its at London zoo the says keep us restorage defined rainbow the female Humboldt penguin chick was still alive inside the broken egg they rushed, the chick to the zoo's clinic, where vets transferred. Her to an incubation chamber she spent weeks, cuddling with a soft toy penguin and was. Fed what the zoo called penguin milkshake made a fish vitamins and minerals penguin keepers. Susie hides said on Thursday the birds typically reject chicks, when they accidentally step on their eggs, she said the one. Month old is growing quickly and we'll stay in the incubation. Chamber until she reaches ten weeks top security aide for French president Emmanuel Macron who was caught on camera beating a protester has been detained and is being questioned by thority a video which are being cloaked in secrecy shows the God in a helmet with police Mark Talking's, and surrounded by, riot police brutally dragging off a woman from a demonstration and then. Repeatedly beating, a young man on the ground the man is heard begging him to stop another man in civilian clothing. Pulled the young man to the. Ground the up rule ended regular business in parliament with lawmakers Agust that he still had an office in the presidential palace the president's office has begun the protests of firing him following the public backlash.

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Gas at a 4-year high for July Fourth holiday

America's Truckin' Network

01:39 min | 4 years ago

Gas at a 4-year high for July Fourth holiday

"Turning around and shooting twice both victims taken to an area hospital and rushed into surgery a ten ten month old child was hit by a car in a driveway of a union township home the accident occurred at old state route seventy four near schoolhouse road little after twelve thirty yesterday afternoon police say the mother put the baby into a pumpkin seat then went to help another child forgot about the baby until she backed up over the seat the child was airlifted to a local hospital the child's condition unknown out one eighty will be selling by par more americans are hitting the road this fourth of july week then ever before despite the highest gas prices that we've seen in the last several years that ultimately it's not something that would normally deter people from travelling tipple as mark jenkins and jennifer more say drivers in more than a half a dozen states meanwhile will be paying some higher gas taxes going into the fourth of july holiday fuel taxes went up in indiana iowa maryland tennessee vermont and south carolina allison wyatt news radio seven hundred eight wwl wwl's trouble could be in the works for congressman jim jordan did you threaten to subpoena their calls and emails no sir and there's no way to subpoena phone calls jim jordan made a lot of noise last week dressing down the justice department during a congressional hearing and he is denying new claims that he failed to address alleged sex abuse by a team physician when he was an assistant wrestling coach at the ohio state university in the late eighties the law firm that's investigating says it requested via email and interview with the congressman jordan's communications director says they've received no such request and demands the law firm.

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