Episode 174: Why are shoulder dislocations so common in sports?

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In the Zone
Why are shoulder dislocations so common in sports?

That’s Gotta Hurt
DeMarco Murray – Dallas Cowboys running back
Danny Trevathan – Denver Broncos linebacker
Jake Locker – Tennessee Titans quarterback
Colt McCoy – Washington Redskins quarterback
Russell Okung – Seattle Seahawks left tackle
NHL players contracting the mumps

Ask Dr. Geier
Is knee swelling common after surgery to trim out a meniscus tear?
Can symptoms of chronic exertional compartment syndrome go away on their own in a soccer player?
Why might an MRI suggest that a patient has worse knee arthritis than x-rays did?
Would a brace help a patient return to sports after surgery for a meniscus tear?

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

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