6-8 Weeks: Perspectives on Sports Medicine presents the people and stories behind sports medicine at UCSF and our community of learners.
Hosted by the UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Medicine, Division of Sports Medicine faculty: Dr. Nirav Pandya, MD, Dr. Brian Feeley, MD, and Dr. Drew Lansdown, MD.
Episode 50 - The NBA and Injuries 101
Injuries have been the theme of the NBA season. Listen as we break down knee hyper-extension injuries, ACL injuries, and potential solutions to the injury trends in the league.
Episode 49: Achilles Tears - From Injury to Treatment
Achilles injuries can be devastating injuries for weekend warriors and elite athletes. Learn about their presentation and treatment options.
Episode 48: Labral Tears - What Is The Surgeon Talking About?
Episode 47: Hamstring "Pulls" - A Common Menace to Athletes
Hamstring injuries are common amongst athletes of all ages and skill levels from youth soccer players to NBA athletes. Learn more about the anatomy, presentation, and treatment of these injuries.
Episode 46: Rising Superstar in Sports Medicine, Dr. Rachel Frank
Hear from rising sports medicine superstar Dr. Rachel Frank as she talks about the care of the female athlete, her athletic background, and the importance of mentorship in improving diversity in orthopedic surgery.
Episode 45: Managing Overuse Injuries in the Young and Old
Ramping back up after a break in working out? Managing your kids getting back into sports? Feeling sore after a new workout routine? Listen for more information about avoiding and managing overuse injuries.
As a primary care sports doc, I love the topics and realness in the podcast! Especially appreciate the roof and rotator cuff analogy - makes so much more sense to patients.
Cool topics that relate to a wide range of sports medicine listeners!
Great perspectives from experts in sports medicine
A real treat to get to get to hear the insights from some of the top docs in the business. A must listen to for athletes or parents of athletes.