Hospital for Special Surgery - Archive (Non-Surgical,Foot and Ankle - Non-Surgical,Physiatry,Primary Care Sports Medicine)

2019
May
16,
2019
Runner's World featuring Brett G. Toresdahl, MD ...
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May
08,
2019
AARP.org featuring Rock G. Positano, DPM, MSc, MPH ...
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May
07,
2019
League Apps 'Sideline Data' featuring John P. DiFiori, MD, FACSM ...
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April
27,
2019
Orthopedics Today featuring Brett G. Toresdahl, MD ...
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April
15,
2019
Daily Voice Chappaqua featuring Dena Barsoum, MD ...
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April
05,
2019
Shape.com featuring Marci A. Goolsby, MD ...
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April
05,
2019
CNBC featuring Jordan D. Metzl, MD ...
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March
29,
2019
Good Housekeeping reports on the best walking shoes for women that are both comfortable and supportive. They spoke to Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, who stressed that comfort is key. He recommends staying away ...
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March
21,
2019
The New York Times published a user manual for knee care by Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS. This guide is designed to help prevent knee pain from starting as well as treat existing knee pain. Read the article an...
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March
21,
2019
Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, joins Today live on-air to discuss knee pain and appropriate treatments."If pain is limiting what you can do, you can’t walk, you can’t run, you have to come see a doctor to see what...
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March
19,
2019
Runner’s World writes on cutting-edge treatments that can help runners with arthritis. Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, explains that many of his patients who suffer from arthritis also find a healthy way to maintai...
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March
01,
2019
Consumer Reportsfeatures different types of pillows and compares their promises with experts’ opinions.Joel M. Press, MD, physiatrist-in-chief at HSS, explains that some people may find buckwheat-filled pillows comfortable yet others can find them no...
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March
01,
2019
AARP reports on ailments that are not classified as medical calamities but can cause pain, discomfort and embarrassment.One ailment is frozen shoulder which is when adhesions develop in a shoulder capsule leading to the painful, progressive tightenin...
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February
15,
2019
The New York Times’ Wirecutter reports on common pitfalls to avoid when buying a mattress.Regardless of retailer advertising, there is no one great mattress line for back pain. "Back pain comes in different shapes and sizes. A mattress that’s good fo...
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February
07,
2019
Creaky Joints reports on using radiofrequency ablation (RFA) to treat pain from osteoarthritis in the spine and knee. "RFA is effective because it numbs the targeted joint by burning the nerves to the painful joint," says Alice Chen, MD, physiatrist...
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February
01,
2019
SHAPE answers common weight lifting questions for novices who are interested in trying weight training. According to Marci A. Goolsby, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, there's no universal 'best' time of day to train. "Some people...
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February
01,
2019
Bloomberg reports that only about 30 percent of New Year's resolutions to get healthy will succeed - and that time isn't always an excuse with studios offering half-hour classes. "We are definitely seeing a trend toward shorter workouts," says Jorda...
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February
01,
2019
AARP reporter Hallie Levine reports on habits that may cause lower back pain, noting that nearly half of healthy, active people over 60 experience this pain. Joel M. Press, MD, physiatrist-in-chief at HSS, explains that seemingly innocuous habits ca...
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January
30,
2019
Today hosts Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, live on-air to demonstrate six exercises to help with back, shoulder and hip pain. Dr. Metzl remarks that most people search on the internet before going to a doctor, ye...
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January
18,
2019
Reporter Lisa Esposito writes on ways to manage sciatica. Often confused with lower back pain, sciatica is pain that tracks down the sciatic nerve and radiates out.  "The sciatic nerve arises primarily from the L5 and S1 nerve roots," explains Josep...
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January
16,
2019
Furthermore reports on different types of heel pain and their various causes. "Heel pain is the great imposter," explains Rock G. Positano, DPM, MSc, MPH, director of the non-surgical Foot and Ankle Service at HSS. Dr. Positano's research has found...
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January
02,
2019
Fox Sports interviews Brett G. Toresdahl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, on-site at a recent Invesco event. Dr. Toresdahl explains that when you are a recreational, high school or collegiate athlete, life limits how much you can ...
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2018
December
17,
2018
Becker's Spine Review references portions of the book "Challenges, Risks and Opportunities in Today's Spine World" and looks at the HSS model of spine care. The articles include interviews with Joel M. Press, MD, physiatrist-in-chief at HSS; Richard...
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December
12,
2018
League Apps reports on single sport specialization and the benefits of a diverse athletic upbringing. In a recent podcast episode of 'Sideline Data', they interview John P. DiFiori, MD, FACSM, chief of primary care sports medicine service at HSS. "T...
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December
01,
2018
Orthopedics Today features a perspective piece by Warren K. Young, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, looking at a study that found a reduction in concussions among Ivy League football players after a kickoff rule change. Dr. Young w...
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December
01,
2018
Arthritis Today reporter Linda Rath writes on the future of joint repair as it relates to regenerative medicine. Regenerative medicine includes interventions such as stem cell and tissue-engineering procedures that aim to repair tissues and organs wh...
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November
13,
2018
The New York Times reports that a rising number of runners are now running multiple marathons within a short period of time.  Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, explains that he's seen an uptick in the number of runn...
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November
12,
2018
Runner's World reports on calf cramps and how to prevent them as a runner. Jordan D. Metzl, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, explains that while there are a lot of reasons to feel calf pain, cramps typically happen when the muscles ...
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November
12,
2018
The Fashion Spot looks at preventative measures to take and ways to treat swollen feet.  According to Rock Positano, DPM, MSc, MPH, director of the Non-surgical Foot and Ankle service at HSS, the most common causes are either related to current healt...
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November
08,
2018
Fox 5 New York's Ernie Anastos hosted Marci Goolsby, MD, primary care sports medicine physician at HSS, live on-air during the 6 p.m. news hour to discuss the importance of both diet and exercise. "You can't outrun a bad diet," Dr. Goolsby said.  S...
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