Episode 123: Is arthroscopic knee surgery completely safe?

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In the Zone
Is arthroscopic knee surgery completely safe? (starts at 5:33)

That’s Gotta Hurt
Tony Romo – Dallas Cowboys quarterback (starts at 26:38)
Steve Smith – Carolina Panthers wide receiver (starts at 32:19)
Victor Cruz – New York Giants wide receiver (starts at 34:57)
Brook Lopez – Brooklyn Nets center (starts at 37:43)
Luol Deng – Chicago Bulls forward (starts at 40:33)
Grant Balfour – free agent closer (starts at 42:31)

Ask Dr. Geier
Is it possible for the knee to remain stable despite an MRI showing an ACL tear? (starts at 45:49)
Will a cortisone shot in the shoulder only mask symptoms of a partial rotator cuff tear? (starts at 48:20)
Why could a recreational athlete have knee pain on hills after meniscus repair surgery? (starts at 50:48)

Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions (starts at 54:24)

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One Response to Episode 123: Is arthroscopic knee surgery completely safe?

  1. […] … Panthers WR Steve Smith, New York Giants WR Victor Cruz, Brooklyn Nets C Brook Lopez, Chicago Bulls F Luol Deng, and closer Grant Balfour. Plus in the Ask Dr. Geier segment, he answers your sports medicine questions.  […]

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