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35 Orthopaedic Education: What Primary Care Physicians Need to Know about Common Hip Ailments
In this episode of the MDAdvantage podcast, Steve Adubato, PhD, speaks with William H. Rossy, MD, orthopaedic surgeon specializing in the management of all sports-related injuries at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, PA. Dr. Rossy provides advice to primary care physicians on evaluating patients’ hip pain and when to consider conservative treatment versus referral to a specialist. Dr. Rossy also expands on his experience in treating patients utilizing hip arthroscopy and cartilage restoration procedures, the correlations between age, activity, and potential risk of hip injury, when to use ice or heat when treating muscle injuries, and more.
Released Date: 08/04/2021; Recorded Date: 07/01/2021
09 Beyond PPE: Emotional Protection for Frontline Medical Professionals, Amid COVID-19
John F. Bonamo, MD, MS, knows that taking care of his team of medical professionals’ emotional health is just as important as taking care of their physical health. Steve Adubato, PhD, and Dr. Bonamo discuss how RJWBarnabas Health protects its heroes on the frontlines and the importance of such protection because, as Dr. Bonamo explains, the caregivers “fight so hard to give life…, yet they’re having to face so much loss.”
Release date: April 28, 2020, Recorded on: April 9, 2020
08 Back to the Future of Healthcare: Defining a New Normal, in the Wake of COVID-19
Michael Maron, President and CEO of Holy Name Medical Center, tested positive for COVID-19 mid-March 2020. Now cleared of the virus, he and Steve Adubato, PhD, discuss how healthcare is reengineering itself for the better since the pandemic’s outbreak, and how medical professionals must vow to never go back to “business as usual.”
Release date: April 26, 2020, Recorded on: April 9, 2020
07 Embrace the Uncertain
Dr. Arabella Simpkin, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and Associate Director at the Center for Educational Innovation and Scholarship at Massachusetts General Hospital, shares how uncertainty—inherent to the practice of medicine—contributes to physician burnout. Listen as she speaks to Steve Adubato, PhD, about her studies in resilience and how this practice fights physician “fatigue.”
06 Examining New Jersey’s Death Investigation System
New Jersey’s Chief State Medical Examiner, Dr. Andrew Falzon, speaks with Steve Adubato, PhD, about the challenges facing the medical examiner’s office. Other topics in this podcast touch on the death investigation system within the state, the office’s relationship with the Department of Health, as well as the responsibilities of his office as they relate to New Jersey’s Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) legislation, which became effective in August 2019.
05 Head Smarts: A Sports Neurologist’s Take on Athletics Today
Sports Neurologist and director of the University of Connecticut’s Neurosport program, Dr. Anthony Alessi speaks to Steve Adubato, PhD about neurology’s ever-increasing role in sports today. From insight in managing both the neurologic injuries and persistent conditions of athletes to sharing tips about how to best protect our athletes at an early age, listen as Dr. Alessi reveals the game-changing work of sports neurology.