175 episódios

We invite you to experience Arthroscopy in a new way. Each podcast presents a detailed discussion of an article published in Arthroscopy via author interviews conducted by AANA members. These engaging podcasts are designed to expand the listener's understanding through discussion of unpublished results, examination of interesting or unexpected findings, or exploration of related content. Expert opinion by senior authors is often included. We intend these podcasts to be entertaining and informative. We have purposely avoided article summaries or recitation of an abstract. Listeners will benefit from listening to the podcast either before or after reading an article.

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We invite you to experience Arthroscopy in a new way. Each podcast presents a detailed discussion of an article published in Arthroscopy via author interviews conducted by AANA members. These engaging podcasts are designed to expand the listener's understanding through discussion of unpublished results, examination of interesting or unexpected findings, or exploration of related content. Expert opinion by senior authors is often included. We intend these podcasts to be entertaining and informative. We have purposely avoided article summaries or recitation of an abstract. Listeners will benefit from listening to the podcast either before or after reading an article.

    Episode 175: Disabled Throwing Shoulder 2021 Update: Part 1-Anatomy and Mechanics

    Episode 175: Disabled Throwing Shoulder 2021 Update: Part 1-Anatomy and Mechanics

    Drs Arner and Ciccotti discuss Disabled Throwing Shoulder 2021 Update: Part 1-Anatomy and Mechanics

    Episode 174: Hip Arthroscopy Using the Supine Position from 1994; Hip Arthroscopy: An Anatomic Study of Portal Placement and Relationship to Extra-Articular Structures from 1995; Labral Lesions: An Elusive Source of Hip Pain from 1996.

    Episode 174: Hip Arthroscopy Using the Supine Position from 1994; Hip Arthroscopy: An Anatomic Study of Portal Placement and Relationship to Extra-Articular Structures from 1995; Labral Lesions: An Elusive Source of Hip Pain from 1996.

    Drs Spiker and Byrd discuss Hip Arthroscopy Using the Supine Position from 1994; Hip Arthroscopy: An Anatomic Study of Portal Placement and Relationship to Extra-Articular Structures from 1995; Labral Lesions: An Elusive Source of Hip Pain from 1996.

    Episode 173: ASMAR: Rehabilitation and Return to Sport After Arthroscopic Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Review of the Recent Literature and Discussion of Advanced Rehabilitation Techniques for Athletes

    Episode 173: ASMAR: Rehabilitation and Return to Sport After Arthroscopic Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Review of the Recent Literature and Discussion of Advanced Rehabilitation Techniques for Athletes

    Drs Tucker and Geeslin discuss ASMAR: Rehabilitation and Return to Sport After Arthroscopic Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Review of the Recent Literature and Discussion of Advanced Rehabilitation Techniques for Athletes

    Episode 172: Return to Sport After Shoulder Stabilization Procedures: A Criteria-Based Testing Continuum to Guide Rehabilitation and Inform Return-to-Play Decision Making

    Episode 172: Return to Sport After Shoulder Stabilization Procedures: A Criteria-Based Testing Continuum to Guide Rehabilitation and Inform Return-to-Play Decision Making

    Drs Dekker and Lau discuss Return to Sport After Shoulder Stabilization Procedures: A Criteria-Based Testing Continuum to Guide Rehabilitation and Inform Return-to-Play Decision Making

    Episode 171: Previous Arthroscopic Hip Surgery Increases Axial Distractibility Compared to the Native Contralateral Hip and May Suggest Instability

    Episode 171: Previous Arthroscopic Hip Surgery Increases Axial Distractibility Compared to the Native Contralateral Hip and May Suggest Instability

    Drs Spiker and Aoki discuss Previous Arthroscopic Hip Surgery Increases Axial Distractibility Compared to the Native Contralateral Hip and May Suggest Instability

    Episode 170: ASMAR: Rehabilitation, Restrictions, and Return to Sport After Cartilage Procedures

    Episode 170: ASMAR: Rehabilitation, Restrictions, and Return to Sport After Cartilage Procedures

    Drs Tucker and Cole discuss ASMAR: Rehabilitation, Restrictions, and Return to Sport After Cartilage Procedures

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