This is a quick reference list for the locations of show topics in Episode 298 of The Dr. David Geier Show.
As I mention in this episode, I am speaking (or did speak, depending on when you listen to this episode) at a TEDx event in Bend, Oregon, where I will present my HEALTHY Game Plan for youth sports. Click here to get your copy of the HEALTHY Game Plan to make sports safer and better for our children!
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In the Zone
How can we make youth sports HEALTHY?
That’s Gotta Hurt
Opting not to play only one sport growing up can improve your chances of becoming a star
Ask Dr. Geier
How could you tell if you reinjured your ACL after returning to play from your first ACL surgery?
When can you shower and take a bath after knee surgery?
Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions
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