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Just as a tire on a car wears down over time, so can the hip joint

Hip pain can sometimes be more than a nuisance. Being aware of these signs can be important in maintaining your physical health. A femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) hip condition is similar to a tire on a car being out of alignment. The hip labrum is a rubbery like lining of the hip socket which acts like […]

Ischemic stroke care treatment options

Calling 911 quickly combined with mechanical endovascular thrombectomy (EVT) intervention can lead to a successful outcome in ischemic stroke care In the U.S., stroke is the leading cause of serious long-term disability. An ischemic stroke obstructs a blood vessel from circulating blood supply inside of the brain and without treatment, can lead to impairment. The […]

Hernias Are More Common Than You Think

According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), at least one million surgical hernia repairs are performed each year in the U.S. alone. The FDA reports about 800,000 of those hernia repairs are inguinal hernias. What is an inguinal hernia? An inguinal hernia occurs when internal organs within the abdomen, most commonly a part […]

Sidelined Podcast – Ep. 4 | Transient Ischemic Attacks

In this episode of Sidelined we talk with interventional neurologist Dr. Ali Malek about transient ischemic attacks (TIA). Dr. Malek explains a TIA is a mini-stroke. The reference point is retired Super-Bowl Champion Tedy Bruschi, a fit, former pro-football linebacker who helped the New England Patriots with his athletic prowess. Just a few years after […]

Colorectal Screening at 45,000 Miles

It is essential to remember the importance of screening, prevention and treatment of colorectal cancer. I always explain to my patients that the human body is like a car. You have two options with your car: one is use it as much as you can and forget about it until it breaks apart. If you […]

Sidelined Podcast – Ep. 3 | Stroke, Cerebral Aneurysm and Brain Hemorrhage

In this episode of Sidelined we talk with interventional neurologist Dr. Dennys Reyes. We delve into the signs, symptoms and treatment of stroke, cerebral aneurysm and brain hemorrhage in reference to a trio of stories in professional sports involving neurological ailments. Less than two-years ago, it was widely reported the fastest man ever in the […]

Sidelined Podcast – Ep. 2 | Knee Injuries

In this episode of Sidelined we talk with orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. Michael Kindya. We delve into knee injuries, knee cap dislocation and treatment options for non-surgical and surgical care. Listen to the full podcast below.

Keto Diet Health, From the Heart of It

The ketogenic diet, more popularly known as the “Keto Diet” is the latest trending low-carbohydrate, moderate protein, high-fat diet, but is it heart healthy? What is ketosis? For the ketogenic diet to work to full capacity, dieters work to get their body into ketosis. When in ketosis the cells in our body use glucose or […]

Marfan Syndrome – An Underdiagnosed Life-Threatening Disease

What is Marfan Syndrome? Marfan syndrome was first described in the 1890s by the French professor of pediatrics Antoine Bernard-Jean Marfan when he presented the case of a five-year-old girl to the Société Médicale des Hôpitaux de Paris. He reported her disproportionately long limbs, long slender fingers and other skeletal abnormalities. We now know Marfan […]

Sidelined Podcast – Ep. 1 | Hip Injuries

In this episode of Sidelined we talk with orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. Jonathan Hersch. We delve into hip injuries and treatment options including hip-resurfacing surgery, hip arthroscopy and other treatments for hip pain. We also discuss knee injuries and treatments related to sports injuries including tennis. Listen to the full podcast below.