Episode 100: Why do doctors seem reluctant to join social media?

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In the Zone
Why do many doctors and other healthcare professionals seem reluctant to get involved in social media?

That’s Gotta Hurt
J.R. Smith – New York Knicks guard
Andrew Bailey – Boston Red Sox pitcher
Mike Adams – Philadelphia Phillies pitcher
Connor Barth – Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker

Ask Dr. Geier
What can a 35-year-old recreational athlete do about articular cartilage injury in his knee?
What are the common ways for an athlete to hear his or her MCL?
How can a patient who just had ACL, MCL and meniscus surgery sleep better?
Should a patient avoid having surgery at a teaching hospital just because residents are involved?

Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions


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2 Responses to Episode 100: Why do doctors seem reluctant to join social media?

  1. Congratulations on Episode 100! I hope you realize how many people do appreciate all that you do to educate. It’s been a pleasure for me interacting with you via social media and the podcast, etc over the last 8+ months. I can’t wait to see what comes in the next 100!

    • Thanks Mike! I really appreciate it! I agree. It has been great getting to know all of the people who ask questions or share their ideas. I doubt many are as enthusiastic as you are! Thanks!

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