Episode 83: What medical supplies should be available to athletic trainers at sporting events?

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In the Zone
What basic supplies should athletic trainers have available in a training room and on the field at sporting events? (starts at 5:05)

That’s Gotta Hurt
Hanley Ramirez – Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop (starts at 22:31)
Jason Motte – St. Louis Cardinals closing pitcher (starts at 26:45)
Mark Teixeira – New York Yankees first baseman (starts at 29:37)
Andrew Bynum – Philadelphia 76ers center (starts at 33:23)
Tyson Chandler – New York Knicks center (starts at 35:36)
Venus Williams – women’s tennis star (starts at 38:08)

Ask Dr. Geier
Does the fifth metatarsal fracture of my foot need surgery? (starts at 41:44)
How do I know if my child has developed a leg length discrepancy or angular deformity after ACL reconstruction? (starts at 45:18)
What kinds of injuries are appropriate for the use of platelet-rich plasma? (starts at 47:53)
Can my triceps tendon rupture be repaired months after the injury? (starts at 50:13)

Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions (starts at 52:55)

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