This is a quick reference list for the locations of show topics in Episode 61 of The Dr. David Geier Show.
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In the Zone
Are injuries from sports increasing among kids? And what risk factors would account for a rise in youth sports injuries? (starts at 5:57)
That’s Gotta Hurt
Derek Jeter – New York Yankees shortstop (starts 19:48)
Kevin Love – Minnesota Timberwolves forward (starts 24:51)
Ray Lewis – Baltimore Ravens linebacker (starts 27:46)
Ed Reed – Baltimore Ravens safety (start 31:31)
Terrell Suggs – Baltimore Ravens linebacker (starts 33:49)
Scott Fujita – Cleveland Browns linebacker (starts 36:26)
Ask Dr. Geier
What can I do to treat my knee’s cartilage damage, either with or without surgery, to return to running marathons? (starts at 39:17)
Should my son wear a knee brace for football after suffering an MCL injury of his knee? (starts at 44:00)
How do surgeons decide how much meniscus to remove when trimming out part of a meniscus tear? (starts at 46:48)
How can I tell if I need surgery for a partial ACL tear? (starts at 48:47)
What forms of exercise can I do while recovering from a femoral neck stress fracture? (starts at 50:31)
What could cause my leg pain and toe numbness with running after changing running shoes? (starts at 52:09)
Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions (starts at 54:21)
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