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The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (JBJS) provides a monthly podcast and vodcast to bring you highlights of the latest print and electronic content. JBJS has been the most valued source of information for orthopaedic surgeons and researchers for over 100 years and is the gold standard in peer-reviewed scientific information in the field.
 
Have you ever been talking with other surgeons about the way they do things in their practice and you heard something that helped you out? This podcast is meant to give you an insight into the way other surgeons do things with the hopes of helping you improve your own method. Sometimes small changes can make a big difference in your daily routine.
 
I discuss everything you always wanted and absolutely need to know about start, running and growing a private medical practice. I'll also talk about how to leverage your private practice by adding additional providers, satellite offices and ancillary services. And, vertically integrating other medical businesses like adding an ambulatory surgery center, imaging center, physical therapy and more. I will be sharing my 30+ years of experience as a physician and entrepreneur. After being an empl ...
 
I am the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Kauvery Hospital, Chennai. I am passionate about Ortho/Geriatric Care, Sports Medicine/Surgery. I believe in giving back to society by providing excellent healthcare. I love music, theatre and movies which makes one think. Do follow me on this page and get updates on my areas of interest.
 
Dr. Rewat Laxman is an Expert Orthopedic practicing in Bangalore, India. He is with us to throw some light on various orthopedic injuries and the best care options. He specializes in the field of Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy and Complex Trauma care. Dr. Laxman has wide experience in Complex Primary and Revision Joint Replacements of Hip, Knee, and Shoulder. He is a new generation orthopedic surgeon who is trained and practices both Joint Replacement and Joint Preservation.
 
Podmedics was setup by Dr Ed Wallitt in 2008 with the aim of producing high quality education podcasts for undergraduates. All the Podmedics podcasts are aimed specifically at medical students, and outline key principles and concepts. They allow material encountered in the lecture theatre and hospital to be better understood, and ultimately recalled.
 
Journal of ISAKOS (JISAKOS) synthesizes the latest research and evidence-based guidelines in orthopaedic sports medicine - including joint disorders - to provide busy specialists a thorough reference for diagnosing and treating patients. The journal covers important topics that serve to engage and advance the knowledge and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases and disorders. Key fields of interest include: Orthopaedic sports medicine Sports traumatology Arthroscopy Open and arthroscopic knee ...
 
Founded in 1863, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) is a world leader in orthopedics, rheumatology and rehabilitation. HSS is nationally ranked No. 1 in orthopedics and No. 4 in rheumatology by US.News & World Report (2008), and has received Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Nursing Service from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. In 2008 and 2007, HSS was a recipient of the HealthGrades Joint Replacement Excellence Award. Hospital for Special Surgery is located in New York City and ...
 
Join co-hosts Sandy Hilton and Cory Blickenstaff, physical therapists who are "in the trenches" practicing in unique settings on opposite sides of United States, as they discuss current research and topics of pain science. Listen in on occasional interviews of the prominent figures of pain science. Focus will be on making the information meaningful to practice in the clinic.
 
The secrets and brilliance of *Ayurveda and its remedies laid bare by a guy who’s been making the *Science of Life, more accessible and simpler to adopt through his brand Nirogam. Puneet Aggarwal is That Ayurveda Guy, who knows that Ayurveda needs to be presented in a more user friendly format, for people to appreciate and understand its potential. This series of podcasts come at an opportune time when everyone is looking for alternative therapies and holistic remedies to bolster health and ...
 
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The etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and orofacial pain disorders are frequently challenging, and misdiagnosis and multiple failed treatments are common in this patient population. Today, we are joined by Dr. Louis Mercuri, an experienced oral maxillofacial surgeon, Clinical Consultant for TMJ Concepts, and Visiti…
 
The oral surgery profession is heavily dominated by men, and therefore, being a woman in this field can be difficult. In today’s episode, we’re joined by Dr. Jaclyn Tomsic, an oral surgeon who didn’t let any of the hostility she experienced as a resident stop her from achieving her dreams. Today, Jaclyn works four days a week in private practice, a…
 
“No worldly success can compensate for failure in the home.” Alongside the fact that we are all oral surgeons, another commonality that I have with the two guests on today’s show is that we all went (or are currently going) through our oral surgery residency with at least one child. Dr John Tannyhill is the Director of Harvard’s School of Dentistry…
 
If you are like me, you never carry cash. I pay for EVERYTHING with my credit card. And, as a consumer, I get annoyed if a place doesn't take credit cards. I never actually think about the vendor side of things. I figure they bundle the cost of taking credit cards into whatever they're charging me. The problem for physicians who are in-network is t…
 
Tim talks with Lindsey Elizabeth Cortes, who is a professional sports dietitian for NCAA, professional, and amateur athletes. Lindsey is the owner and founder of Rise Up Nutrition, where she provides coaching to athletes, and she also has her own podcast. Lindsey is the daughter of Kevin Pfau, who was a guest on the podcast a few weeks ago. Tim als…
 
Suturing has a variety of purposes; it helps to quicken the healing process, minimize bleeding, and hold things in place. There are also a number of different categories that sutures fall into, for example, natural, synthetic, resorbable, and non-resorbable. In today’s episode, I’m joined by my brother, Dr. Jake Stucki, for a discussion around the …
 
Listen to Tim Coughlin and Tom Kurien discuss the paper 'Mechanisms of pain in knee osteoarthritis that influence outcomes after total knee arthroplasty surgery' followed by a summary of the August Round-ups. Paper discussed: Mechanisms of pain in knee osteoarthritis that influence outcomes after total knee arthroplasty surgery…
 
ASCA Regulatory Counsel and Director of Government Affairs Kara Newbury joins podcast host and ASCA Chief Executive Officer Bill Prentice for a discussion about the Hospitals Without Walls program, the regulatory framework put in place by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic to allow nonhospi…
 
In today’s episode we are joined by Dr. Aaron Liddell, a repeat guest on the podcast; because he has so much valuable knowledge to share one episode wasn’t enough! The main focus of our conversation today is fractures. Over the past few years, and particularly since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Aaron has noticed an increase in the number of …
 
Today, we are joined by Dr. Ian Lehrer, an oral maxillofacial surgeon practicing in Dana Point, California. In this episode, we discuss how to prepare to join a practice after you have completed your residency program. Dr. Lehrer has some valuable and practical tips to share, including the value of keeping in touch with your upper level residents a…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Teresa Vincent, a “run streaker” who has run every day since June 8, 2015. They discuss how Teresa overcomes any obstacles that might prevent her from running. such as weather, travel, injury, etc. Teresa is a member of Team Red White and Blue, and is a veteran of both the Air Force and Navy. Teresa has recently completed some…
 
If you are an out-of-network provider for an insurance company you may perceive that you can get better reimbursement--in large part because, in some states, you can balance bill the patient. But all of that's about to change. When the No Surprises Act, a federal law, goes into effect on Jan 1, 2022, you'll no longer be allowed to balance bill. But…
 
Dr. Elda Fisher, our guest on today’s show, works with a highly disenfranchised cohort. Although transgender people make up 0.6% of the US population, they struggle with a lack of access to the kind of healthcare that Elda specializes in; facial gender affirmation surgery. As Elda explains, maxillofacial surgeons are uniquely qualified to do this t…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Rob Landry, President of the Greater Springfield Harriers. They talk about events hosted by the Harriers, including the Summer Sizzlers, Snowstorm Classics, the Walter Childs Race of Champions, the Big 4th 5K, and the Richard Childs Trail Races. Rob has completed 31 marathons, including 7 Boston Marathons, and has finished fir…
 
How can you thoroughly assess your neck pain patients, and use the information from your assessment to guide your treatment? What treatments are effective in helping patients overcome their neck pain? In the first podcast with Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, researcher and Emeritus Prof. Gwen Jull 121. Neck pain assessment, clinical rea…
 
Today we are joined by oral and maxillofacial surgeon Dr. Myron Tucker. Dr. Tucker had a private practice in North Carolina for 18 years before he stepped away from full time surgery in 2009. Our guest has had a prolific career on the research side of the business, publishing a number of textbooks and offering his experience to support to students …
 
In this episode of The Augment, show hosts and Young Arthroplasty Group (YAG) Members Anna R. Cohen-Rosenblum, MD, Leonard T. Buller, MD, Mark E. Mildren, MD and Jesse Wolfstadt, MD, MSc, FRCSC discuss the importance of finding the right job in arthroplasty, things to look for in a job search and interview, as well as the importance of work-life ba…
 
This episode is based off of an article from Everyday Health. Here is a link to the article. Nifty Grabber - https://amzn.to/3jUhFrY Reading/Husband Pillow - https://amzn.to/2VO7xZV Cooling Patch - https://amzn.to/3yIK5eF Just Breath by Steff Di Pardo - https://amzn.to/2VYUSTG Links to Amazon are affiliate links and the show may earn a commission o…
 
Listen to Andrew Duckworth & our Specialty Editor for Trauma, Prof Matt Costa, discuss three papers published in The Bone & Joint Journal. Effect on health-related quality of life of the X-Bolt dynamic plating system versus the sliding hip screw for the fixation of trochanteric fractures of the hip in adults: the WHiTE Four randomized clinical tria…
 
When patients have a running injury, such as knee pain or Achilles tendinopathy, do we need to include strength training in their rehab? Discover when strength training is an important part of comprehensive running injury rehab in this podcast with Tom Goom (Running Physio), and explore: Whether strength is important in runners. Whether patients th…
 
Do you know what your practice’s clean-claims submission rate is? Or maybe I should ask you if you even know what a clean claim is? Submitting clean claims is key to maximizing your ability to collect the money that is due to you. In this episode, I’ll tell you what a clean claim is, what clean claim rate you should try to achieve and how to do tha…
 
Patients may develop stiffness following rotator cuff repair or other shoulder surgery, particularly with longer periods of immobilisation. On the other hand, some patients may fail rehab without sufficient immobilisation. How can you identify which patients are likely to develop stiffness and will benefit from early mobilisation? Find out in this …
 
Tim Gaudet talks with B.J. Williams from Belchertown, who will be running in the World Marathon Challenge, an incredible test of endurance in which runners complete 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days, to raise money for Team Hoyt. B.J. is a member of Team Hoyt New England, has participated in events as a Duo Team member, and is the race director…
 
Starting your practice from nothing can be tough; you need to find clients, choose your location, and find a competent team, all while covering your costs and earning a profit. Here to help is our guest, Dr. Solomon Poyourow who has plenty of useful advice and key insights from establishing and running his practice for the past seven years. Tuning …
 
In this episode I review an article titled 13 Little Things To Help You Through An Ankylosing Spondylitis Flare (Link to article). This article was published a few weeks ago and features two prior guests on the show: Lisa Marie Basile - www.spondypodcast.com/72 Steff Di Pardo - www.spondypodcast.com/76 Nifty Grabber - https://amzn.to/3jUhFrY Readin…
 
In Today's episode of Everyday Oral Surgery, we take a look at how oral surgeons who run their own practice are uniquely positioned to benefit from the many perks and points that various credit cards have to offer. We welcome back an old friend of the show, Dr. Scott Weiskopf, who has been using credit cards in his practice for many years to save t…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Kevin Pfau, a familiar face in the Western Mass running community, who is a member of the Greater Springfield Harriers and is the head cross-country coach at Southwick Regional High School. Kevin is also on the board of the Western Mass Runners Hall of Fame. Tim and Kevin discuss Kevin’s coaching service, Simplified Running, a…
 
In this episode I try to pass along a few ideas on how to discuss Axial Spondyloarthrits with your family, friends, and acquaintances. Here is the link to the article. Past Articles: 29 Things about AS you should understand: www.spondypodcast.com/4 10 Things Not To Say To Someone With AS: www.spondypodcast.com/13 Pet Peeves Heard About AS: www.spon…
 
Can you solve this case of a badminton player with a five year history of posterior shoulder pain and shoulder fatigue with overhead movements? Find out in this podcast with Jo Gibson (Clinical Physiotherapy Specialist). Discover the diagnosis and why the patient hasn’t improved with rehabilitation, as Jo reveals the case study and: Subjective clue…
 
Employees often ask about taking leave through the Family Medical Leave Act, otherwise known as FMLA. As the employer, like when you own your own practice, you need to understand FMLA and everything that goes along with it. FMLA allows employees to take an unpaid leave of absence for up to 12 weeks for medical reasons or family reasons. The first t…
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Mel Hine, who is a member of the Western Mass Distance Project. Tim and Mel discuss her numerous running accomplishments, which include 13 marathons. In 2017, Mel completed the Boston 2 Big Sur Challenge, in which she ran the Boston Marathon and Big Sur Marathon over a 2 week period, and Mel also completed the Chicago and New …
 
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are currently able to sedate patients and operate on them, although that privilege is under threat due to safety concerns. Dr. Robert Bosack, who has been a surgeon since before Mellampati scores were invented, is passionate about enhancing safety protocols for surgeons in order to preserve the right to anaesthetize …
 
Listen to Prof Ben Oliverre, Prof Fares Haddad and Prof Ed Davies in the second episode of our special podcast series, kindly sponsored by Stryker. This episode focuses predominantly on the role of robotic-arm assisted surgery in total hip replacementBy Bone & Joint 360
 
Tim Gaudet talks with Mike Sheldon, who is the race director for the Westfield Half Marathon, 10K, and 5K event that will take place this September. Mike is also the race director for Gordy’s First Race, the 10K and 5K event in Westfield on New Year’s Day. Mike has completed 33 marathons, including 14 Boston Marathons. They discuss Mike’s work as a…
 
Today’s guest is not only an oral surgeon, but an author and an MBA graduate as well. Dr. Dean DeLuke spent 30 years in private practice before transitioning to full-time academia, which is where he has spent the last 10 years. Dean explains what he loves so much about being an academic, and why he would recommend it to any oral surgeons on a part-…
 
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