Sep 26, 2023
In this podcast, Dr. Bill Roberts - a family medicine physician and Professor Emeritus with the University of Minnesota. Dr. Roberts brings his vast expertise of sports medicine to discuss a potpourri of sports medicine topics.
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Pre-participation Evaluation (sports
- Better screening questions and techniques
- Mental health screening incorporation
- Sudden Cardiac Death dilemma
- Activity level and training for things (marathons, etc.) - when to check in with your provider.
- More CAD in older marathoners who started training later in life
- CAD, not long distance running, associated with Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA/SCD).
- Young children (pre-teen) should experience a wide variety of motor activities.
- Life sports - throwing sports, running, biking, skiing
- Start slow, build slow.
- Overuse injuries
- Heat and cold injuries
"We've got an athlete
- SCA - sudden cardiac arrest
- heat stroke
- concussion/head injury
- stroke or ICH (intracranial hemorrhage)
- electrolytes (hyponatremia due to overhydration)
Supplements, Substances and Performance
Enhancement for Athletes
- legal vs "illegal"
- supplement use
- "Eat well, sleep well, study well...."
- peer and social pressure
Pearls of Wisdom
- pearls from Dr. Roberts
Thanks to Dr. Bill Roberts for his expert knowledge and contribution to this podcast.
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