This is a quick reference list for the locations of show topics in Episode 112 of The Dr. David Geier Show.
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In the Zone
Can genetics influence athletic performance? (starts at 4:59)
That’s Gotta Hurt
Julio Jones – Atlanta Falcons wide receiver (starts at 24:30)
Clay Matthews – Green Bay Packers linebacker (starts at 29:39)
Luke Joeckel – Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle (starts at 32:08)
Blaine Gabbert – Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback (starts at 34:42)
Ahmad Bradshaw – Indianapolis Colts running back (starts at 36:56)
Ask Dr. Geier
Can a ballet dancer with cartilage damage develop it in other parts of her knee by continuing to train? (starts at 40:20)
Does a high-school baseball catcher risk long-term damage by returning to catcher after meniscus surgery? (starts at 42:59)
Can a 43-year-old recreational athlete return to sports without surgery after tearing his ACL? (starts at 44:49)
Does a high-school female soccer player need to wear an ACL brace as she returns to play after ACL surgery? (starts at 46:52)
Can a tennis player develop chronic exertional compartment syndrome in his forearm? (starts at 50:00)
Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions (starts at 55:00)
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