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Best podcasts about Meniscus

Latest podcast episodes about Meniscus

Veronica Mars Investigations
VMI 4.06 Entering a World of Pain

Veronica Mars Investigations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 74:27


A LONG TIME AGO ON VERONICA MARS:  OK, here's what we know about the bombings now: Big Dick did the Sea Sprite one. Clyde did the Perry Walsh one. The rest are still unaccounted for - but there might be something in the FBI's theory that a serial killer has been operating in Neptune for years, so the Marses investigate some deaths registered as accidental but maybe not. Big Dick and Clyde know that Keith knows that they've been buying up property with all those shell companies and leaving dead ducks in Penn's bed. Places Veronica will go: the strip club, to see Vinnie; the Pi Sig house, to see some frats; Dodie and Alonzo's room, to snoop; and Comrade Quacks, to get drunk and dance with her two sexiest friends Nicole and Leo. Places Veronica won't go: couples therapy with Logan. Logan has been called back to active duty though in an undisclosed location for an undisclosed length of time, so their relationship will just have to fix itself in absentia. Before he left, though, Logan managed to track down Daniel Maloof's hacker, a neo-Nazi teen who has noticed that Daniel transferred a large amount of Bitcoin to two Mexican assassins. Oh and in case you forgot, Veronica is into The Big Lebowski. Join Jenny Owen Youngs and Helen Zaltzman to investigate Veronica Mars season 4 episode 6: Entering a World of Pain, and probe such mysteries as whether you can just show up and declare a restraining order on someone, why we are made to endure the Pi Sig frats again, whether it's ok to gift a taser to your teen protegee, and why this show is trying to shame Daniel Maloof for his kink rather than for keeping his computer password on a post-it. Content note:Veronica Mars contains heavy themes, and this episode includes storylines concerning violence. For more about this episode, and to read the transcript, visit the podcast's official site http://VMIpod.com/4-06. And go to vmipod.com/investigations to send us questions for Special Agent LaToya Ferguson to deal with in the impending end-of-season loose-ends-tying episode, as well as for Lo about legal stuff, and Jenny and Helen about any other business you are curious about. This episode was edited and mixed by Helen Zaltzman; the music is by Martin Austwick and Jenny Owen Youngs. Lo Dodds brings us the LoDown. Find the show @VMIpod on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. We also have MERCH - get your pins to show your love for Weevil or non-love for milk at hellomerch.com/collections/veronica-mars-investigations. Our ad partner is Multitude. To sponsor an episode of the show, contact them at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is supported by the fiction podcast Bullet Catcher, a magical western with a badass female protagonist, action and adventure, and a unique coming-of-age story. Hear it on your podcatcher and at Realm.fm. Support the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=TWQYZDRGZUGH8&source=url See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Metal Cell Podcast
Episode 125: The Metal Cell Forums. Join myself, Danielle, Evan and Joe as we talk about the Irish Metal Scene, review bands and discuss topics related to our favourite music....METAL!

The Metal Cell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 111:52


The Metal Cell Forums. Join myself, Danielle, Evan and Joe as we talk about the Irish Metal Scene, review bands and discuss topics related to our favourite music....METAL! This weeks show is a fairly busy one. We have a discussion about how relevant the Metal Scene is at the moment, especially seeing a rock band from Italy win the Eurovision. The main topic of the night was Irish Metal bands that split up yet made a significant contribution to our lives listening to their songs. We review five new releases by New Mud, Requiem, Coscradh, Meniscus and Auld Blue Eyes. Hope you enjoy and please subscribe to the show if you haven't done already. Thanks Richie. Songs featured and permission granted: New Mud (c) L'appel Du Vide, 2021 all rights reserved. Requiem (c) Mind Rape, 2021 all rights reserved. Coscradh (c) Plagues of Knowth, 2021 all rights reserved. Meniscus (c) This Game, 2021 all rights reserved. Auld Blue Eyes (c) The Dog won't hunt, 2021 all rights reserved.

Calm Before the Score
Episode 31: Anatomical Conversation

Calm Before the Score

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 39:12


After a week off, due to vacations and power outages, the dudes are back with some NBA playoff convo. Perfect 5-0 in first round matchups, (at the time of recording). Things have since changed. Not Important. Anyway, we get into a DEEP dive about Embiid's injury. It's Deep. Meniscus. Come laugh with us. Cheers.

Nailed It Ortho
59: Operative Treatment of Meniscus Tears w/ Dr. Saltzman

Nailed It Ortho

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 47:30


Show notes at: www.naileditortho.com/readMRIandmeniscus  Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-DUgiUc4RU&t=336s  Listen to our two part episode on How to read Knee MRI + Operative Treatment of Meniscus Lesions as Dr. Bryan Saltzman gives us an excellent talk!  Dr. Bryan M Saltzman, MD is a doctor based in Chicago, Illinois, with a second clinic in Charlotte, North Carolina where orthopaedic Surgery is one of his specialties. In addition, Dr. Saltzman graduated from Rush Medical College with a doctorate in medicine and completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He completed his Sports Medicine and Shoulder/Elbow Fellowship at OrthoCarolina, where he assisted in providing orthopaedic coverage and treatment for a host of Charlotte high school, collegiate, and professional teams. Moreover, Dr. Saltzman is the Director of Sports Medicine Research at OrthoCarolina, where he has over 100 peer-reviewed articles to his credit. He is also the Head Team Physician for the Stumptown Athletic (National Independent Soccer Association) and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNC-Charlotte) 49ers Men's Division I athletics. This episode is a little different as we will have part 1 and part 2 featuring Dr. Saltzman!

Life Level 1
2021.05.05 - Sport Related Injuries

Life Level 1

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 25:38


In this episode, Bryan and Kristen discuss different sports injuries that they've personally experienced and witnessed happen around them. Life Level 1 is a general topic podcast about life from the humorous perspective of Bryan and his broad, Kristen. Bryan has a background in video game development and Kristen has a background in life. The thoughts and opinions expressed on this podcast are those of the individual contributors alone and are not a reflection of their employers.

Your Knee Your Health
The Meniscus

Your Knee Your Health

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2021 18:19


So many people I meet are worried about their meniscus tear. Meniscus tears are a normal process of aging and are normally seen in arthritic knees. Meniscus tears in older patients do not heal and can not be repaired. Here I will try to discuss meniscus tears, the treatments and workup. I will also discuss when surgery is performed and its chance of success.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/YourKneeYourHealth)

OCS Field Guide: A PT Podcast
Meniscal Lesion CPG

OCS Field Guide: A PT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2021 21:11


Today we cover the meniscus portion of the CPG also known as the Knee Pain and Mobility Impairments: Meniscal and Cartilage Lesions Revision 2018. Additionally, we pull in a CPG from the British Journal of Sports Medicine and some extra material to explain the CPG's recommendations.Find more resources and subscribe to practice questions at PhysioFieldGuide.com.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/physiofieldguide)

Arthroscopy Podcast
Episode 99: Use of a Hyperosmolar Saline Solution to Mitigate Proinflammatory and Degradative Responses of Articular Cartilage and Meniscus for Application to Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021


Drs Nuelle and Cook discuss Use of a Hyperosmolar Saline Solution to Mitigate Proinflammatory and Degradative Responses of Articular Cartilage and Meniscus for Application to Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopy Podcast
Episode 99: Use of a Hyperosmolar Saline Solution to Mitigate Proinflammatory and Degradative Responses of Articular Cartilage and Meniscus for Application to Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021


Drs Nuelle and Cook discuss Use of a Hyperosmolar Saline Solution to Mitigate Proinflammatory and Degradative Responses of Articular Cartilage and Meniscus for Application to Arthroscopic Surgery

Joint Effort with Des Moines Orthopaedic Surgeons
Meniscus Injuries in the Knee: Ian Lin, MD

Joint Effort with Des Moines Orthopaedic Surgeons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2021 28:12


In this episode of Joint Effort, Orthopedic Surgeon, Ian Lin talks about knee injuries, specifically meniscus injuries, causes, symptoms, and treatments.Meniscus tears are among the most common knee injuries. Athletes, particularly those who play contact sports, are at risk for meniscus tears. However, anyone at any age can tear a meniscus.Dr. Ian Lin joined DMOS Orthopaedic Centers in 1997 after completing his education at Grinnell College and the University of Iowa Medical School.Dr. Lin sees patients with a wide variety of conditions ranging from total joint replacements to superficial injuries. He has built his extensive practice based out of the DMOS Des Moines location and enjoys working with patients of all age groups.Outside of practice, Dr. Lin coaches spring and fall baseball for a local area high school. He also enjoys spending his time in active outdoor pursuits such as kayaking, fishing, golfing, and above all – spending time with his wife and five children.This podcast represents the opinions of Dr. Barron Bremner and Dr. Jason Sullivan and their guests on the show. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions.Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we share is accurate, we welcome any comments, suggestions, or correction of errors.Privacy is of the utmost importance to us. All people, places, and scenarios mentioned in the podcast have been changed to protect patient confidentiality.This podcast should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever, including but not limited to establishing a “standard of care” in a legal sense or as a basis for expert witness testimony. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website.In no way does listening, reading, emailing, or interacting on social media with our content establish a doctor-patient relationship.

Professor X aka Kysii #XSquad
The Left Legged Legend Linc, My Morehouse Brother

Professor X aka Kysii #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2021 82:45


My discussion with The Left Legged Legend, Linc Johnson, my Morehouse Brother, who discusses how he had a random mishap one day which changed his life forever. He chronicles his journey on his Blog / Youtube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHlUoJXAH0_3npRA6oQ6xpg FB: https://www.facebook.com/Left-Legged-Legend-100745415197681

Professor X aka Kysii #XSquad
The Left Legged Legend Linc, My Morehouse Brother

Professor X aka Kysii #XSquad

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2021 82:45


My discussion with The Left Legged Legend, Linc Johnson, my Morehouse Brother, who discusses how he had a random mishap one day which changed his life forever. He chronicles his journey on his Blog / Youtube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHlUoJXAH0_3npRA6oQ6xpg FB: https://www.facebook.com/Left-Legged-Legend-100745415197681

6-8 Weeks: Perspectives on Sports Medicine
Episode 32: "Meniscus Injuries 101" - Understanding Diagnosis and Treatment

6-8 Weeks: Perspectives on Sports Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2021 22:34


Meniscus injuries are common in patients of all ages; from the youngest athlete to weekend warriors. Learn more about these injuries and how they are treated.

Bliss of the Abyss
Episode 40.00476

Bliss of the Abyss

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 1:36


Meniscus surgery. General anaesthetic. Strapped to a brace 24/7 so.... Regular service on hiatus. Clip show coming soon. In the meantime do listen to the holiday special episode 40. I think it’s one of if not the best. Thanks for all the messages of support. See you soon x

Adjust Your Life
Golf injuries

Adjust Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 19:06


Episode 8. It's so important to prepare your body to prevent injuries in golf. We are going through some of the most common issues we see with golf patients. 1:24- Back pain. Lower back pain inflammation. This is a very common for golf pros to get. A sore back can start impacting your stance and swing. 4:40- The importance of stretching before you play. Taking slow practice swings. 5:20- Trunk mobility. Obliques are a big part of golf but once injured, they can take a while to heal. 6:40- Shoulder injuries and rotator cuff issues. The fix for these take a very specific type of exercise routine that is best taught to you by a doctor or physical therapist. 10:05- Golfer's elbow and heavy gripping. Treatable issue but one that will get worse the more you let it be. 11:14- Meniscus and knee. The duck stance and how it might help during your golf game. 12:52- The wrist can get injured if you miss the ball and hit the ground. Another important one to get looked at before it becomes an even bigger problem. 14:05- Combining chiropractic care and golf makes sense. Manipulation can help your alignment which can impact your swing.15:15- Hips. Having the proper mobility.15:30- Middle back. The story of one golfer who broke his rib!16:20- What to do before your golf game. Prepare you body to prevent injury.

Stay Healthy Spokane
Understanding Knee Pain (What Causes It & How to Eliminate It)

Stay Healthy Spokane

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2020 41:01


Dr. Luke Gordon returns to the “Stay Healthy Spokane” podcast and discusses a wide range of information related to knee pain, its various causes, and how to effectively eliminate knee pain. Here are the major topics for this episode:  Topic #1: Why is knee pain so common? The knee contains 3 distinct joints as well as 4 different bones. The bones include the femur (the long bone in your thigh), the tibia (aka your shin), the fibula (skinny bone next to your tibia) and the patella (aka the kneecap). There are several large muscles. The largest and most important muscle group in your knee is the quadriceps, 4 primary ligaments (ACL, PCL, MCL and LCL), and several other structures: 2 menisci, several smaller ligaments, and the IT band Topic #2: Several other factors affect pain in the knee: Ankle stability and arch support, hip strength and alignment, and ongoing issues with pain (knee pain is often associated with hip & back pain) Topic #3: The most common type of pain we see in the clinic is Patello-femoral joint pain. Poor tracking of the kneecap leads to pain near the front of the knee. Typically associated with weakness in the quad and hip muscles. Topic #4: Other common causes of pain. Ligament sprains (MCL is the most common), Muscle strains, Meniscus tears, IT band irritation, Arthritis, Fractures, trauma and surgery. Topic #5: The Single Biggest Mistake People w/ Knee Pain  Make. You may have guessed it: the biggest mistake is that people tend to IGNORE their pain for way too long, which can run the risk of more permanent and severe damage. The other mistake you should try to avoid is MASKING your pain with things like medications. Instead, try to HANDLE your pain as quickly as possible (which is explained in the next section!).  Topic #6: What Does Successful Treatment of Knee Pain Look Like? At Gordon PT, we take a 2-step approach to helping our clients eliminate knee pain for good. Step 1 is to determine the ROOT CAUSES(s) of the pain, and Step 2 is to design a PT program catered to these specific issues. During Step 2, we follow the “3 Phases of Recovery”, which are outlined below.  Topic #7: The “3 Phases of Healing” Once you know the cause(s) of your knee pain, you can now move forward to treating it! In Phase 1, we focus on reducing pain and inflammation, with an emphasis on hands-on therapy and gentle exercises. In Phase 2, as pain is improving, we start to incorporate more stretches and exercises to help sustain these improvements. And in Phase 3, when pain continues to decrease, we’re looking at returning to full activity, including more demanding activities, such as jogging, hiking, sports, etc. It all depends on what you love to do!  Topic #8: Still looking for more help? If you’d like more help getting to the root cause of your knee pain and achieving lasting pain relief, Luke wraps up with 2 good options.  Option #1: If you live in the area, you can request a FREE 30-minute “Discovery Visit” with one of our PTs! During your free consultation, one of our PTs will help you do 2 things: Discover what factors are contributing to your knee pain, and determine if we’re the best ones to help you decrease your pain and increase your activity level.  Option #2: Request a copy of Luke’s FREE report on Knee Pain by calling the clinic at (509) 892-5442, or visit https://www.gordonphysicaltherapy.com/knee-pain/ to download the report directly to your phone or computer. If you’d like more information on Total Knee Replacement Surgery, visit this link instead: https://www.gordonphysicaltherapy.com/total-knee-replacement/  Thank you for listening to the “Stay Healthy Spokane” podcast! If you have any comments/questions or ideas for future topics, please reach out to Dr. Luke at Luke@GordonPhysicalTherapy.com

Medicine and Imaging
Menisci (Compex, Radial, Root Tears, Flaps, Fraying and Indirect Signs of Tears)

Medicine and Imaging

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2020 7:13


REFERENCES1.Brody JM, Hulstyn MJ, Fleming BC, Tung GA. The meniscal roots: gross anatomic correlation with 3-T MRI findings. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2007;188(5):W446-50.2.Lee BI, Min KD. Abnormal band of the lateral meniscus of the knee. Arthroscopy. 2000;16(6):11.3.Fox AJ, Bedi A, Rodeo SA. The basic science of human knee menisci: structure, composition, and function. Sports Health. 2012;4(4):340-51.4.JM L. The Meniscus: Basic Science and Clinical Applications. 2000.5.Wadhwa V, Omar H, Coyner K, Khazzam M, Robertson W, Chhabra A. ISAKOS classification of meniscal tears-illustration on 2D and 3D isotropic spin echo MR imaging. Eur J Radiol. 2016;85(1):15-24.6.Ariyachaipanich A, Kaya E, Statum S, Biswas R, Tran B, Bae WC, et al. MR imaging pattern of tibial subchondral bone structure: considerations of meniscal coverage and integrity. Skeletal Radiol. 2020.7.Bhan K. Meniscal Tears: Current Understanding, Diagnosis, and Management. Cureus. 2020;12(6):e8590.8.Greis PE, Bardana DD, Holmstrom MC, Burks RT. Meniscal injury: I. Basic science and evaluation. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2002;10(3):168-76.9.Brindle T, Nyland J, Johnson DL. The meniscus: review of basic principles with application to surgery and rehabilitation. J Athl Train. 2001;36(2):160-9.10.Rosas HG. Magnetic resonance imaging of the meniscus. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am. 2014;22(4):493-516.11.Mohankumar R, White LM, Naraghi A. Pitfalls and pearls in MRI of the knee. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014;203(3):516-30.12.De Smet AA. How I diagnose meniscal tears on knee MRI. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012;199(3):481-99.13.Nguyen JC, De Smet AA, Graf BK, Rosas HG. MR imaging-based diagnosis and classification of meniscal tears. Radiographics. 2014;34(4):981-99.14.Smigielski R, Becker R, Zdanowicz U, Ciszek B. Medial meniscus anatomy-from basic science to treatment. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(1):8-14.15.Choi JY, Chang EY, Cunha GM, Tafur M, Statum S, Chung CB. Posterior medial meniscus root ligament lesions: MRI classification and associated findings. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014;203(6):1286-92.16.Oliveira HCS, Gali JC, Caetano EB. Anatomical relationships between Wrisberg meniscofemoral and posterior cruciate ligament's femoral insertions. Rev Bras Ortop. 2013;48(5):412-6.17.de Abreu MR, Chung CB, Trudell D, Resnick D. Meniscofemoral ligaments: patterns of tears and pseudotears of the menisci using cadaveric and clinical material. Skeletal Radiol. 2007;36(8):729-35.18.Singh K, Helms CA, Jacobs MT, Higgins LD. MRI appearance of Wrisberg variant of discoid lateral meniscus. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2006;187(2):384-7.19.Blake MH, Lattermann C, Johnson DL. MRI and Arthroscopic Evaluation of Meniscal Injuries. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2017;25(4):219-26.20.Sharif B, Ashraf T, Saifuddin A. Magnetic resonance imaging of the meniscal roots. Skeletal Radiol. 2020;49(5):661-76.21.Liu YW, Skalski MR, Patel DB, White EA, Tomasian A, Matcuk GR, Jr. The anterior knee: normal variants, common pathologies, and diagnostic pitfalls on MRI. Skeletal Radiol. 2018;47(8):1069-86.22.Swamy N, Wadhwa V, Bajaj G, Chhabra A, Pandey T. Medial meniscal extrusion: Detection, evaluation and clinical implications. Eur J Radiol. 2018;102:115-24.23.Laundre BJ, Collins MS, Bond JR, Dahm DL, Stuart MJ, Mandrekar JN. MRI accuracy for tears of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus in patients with acute anterior cruciate ligament injury and the clinical relevance of missed tears. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2009;193(2):515-23.24.Lecouvet F, Van Haver T, Acid S, Perlepe V, Kirchgesner T, Vande Berg B, et al. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the knee: Identification of difficult-to-diagnose meniscal lesions. Diagn Interv Imaging. 2018;99(2):55-64.25.Saad SS, Gorbachova T, Saing M. Meniscal Tears: Scanned, Scoped, and Sculpted. Radiographics. 2015;35(4):1138-9.26.Beaufils P, Becker R, Kopf S, Englund M, Verdonk R, Ollivier M, et al. Surgical Management of Degenerative Meniscus Lesions: The 2016 ESSKA Meniscus Consensus. Joints. 2017;5(2):59-69.27.Greif DN, Baraga MG, Rizzo MG, Mohile NV, Silva FD, Fox T, et al. MRI appearance of the different meniscal ramp lesion types, with clinical and arthroscopic correlation. Skeletal Radiol. 2020;49(5):677-89.28.Yeo Y, Ahn JM, Kim H, Kang Y, Lee E, Lee JW, et al. MR evaluation of the meniscal ramp lesion in patients with anterior cruciate ligament tear. Skeletal Radiol. 2018;47(12):1683-9.29.Sonnery-Cottet B, Serra Cruz R, Vieira TD, Goes RA, Saithna A. Ramp Lesions: An Unrecognized Posteromedial Instability? Clin Sports Med. 2020;39(1):69-81.30.Bolog NV, Andreisek G. Reporting knee meniscal tears: technical aspects, typical pitfalls and how to avoid them. Insights Imaging. 2016;7(3):385-98.31.Palisch AR, Winters RR, Willis MH, Bray CD, Shybut TB. Posterior Root Meniscal Tears: Preoperative, Intraoperative, and Postoperative Imaging for Transtibial Pullout Repair. Radiographics. 2016;36(6):1792-806.32.Matheny LM, Ockuly AC, Steadman JR, LaPrade RF. Posterior meniscus root tears: associated pathologies to assist as diagnostic tools. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(10):3127-31.33.Krych AJ, Bernard CD, Leland DP, Camp CL, Johnson AC, Finnoff JT, et al. Isolated meniscus extrusion associated with meniscotibial ligament abnormality. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2019.34.Chang EY, Chen KC, Chung CB. The shiny corner of the knee: a sign of meniscal osteochondral unit dysfunction. Skeletal Radiol. 2014;43(10):1403-9.

Medicine and Imaging
Menisci (Horizontal and Vertical Tears)

Medicine and Imaging

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2020 6:58


REFERENCES1.Brody JM, Hulstyn MJ, Fleming BC, Tung GA. The meniscal roots: gross anatomic correlation with 3-T MRI findings. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2007;188(5):W446-50.2.Lee BI, Min KD. Abnormal band of the lateral meniscus of the knee. Arthroscopy. 2000;16(6):11.3.Fox AJ, Bedi A, Rodeo SA. The basic science of human knee menisci: structure, composition, and function. Sports Health. 2012;4(4):340-51.4.JM L. The Meniscus: Basic Science and Clinical Applications. 2000.5.Wadhwa V, Omar H, Coyner K, Khazzam M, Robertson W, Chhabra A. ISAKOS classification of meniscal tears-illustration on 2D and 3D isotropic spin echo MR imaging. Eur J Radiol. 2016;85(1):15-24.6.Ariyachaipanich A, Kaya E, Statum S, Biswas R, Tran B, Bae WC, et al. MR imaging pattern of tibial subchondral bone structure: considerations of meniscal coverage and integrity. Skeletal Radiol. 2020.7.Bhan K. Meniscal Tears: Current Understanding, Diagnosis, and Management. Cureus. 2020;12(6):e8590.8.Greis PE, Bardana DD, Holmstrom MC, Burks RT. Meniscal injury: I. Basic science and evaluation. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2002;10(3):168-76.9.Brindle T, Nyland J, Johnson DL. The meniscus: review of basic principles with application to surgery and rehabilitation. J Athl Train. 2001;36(2):160-9.10.Rosas HG. Magnetic resonance imaging of the meniscus. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am. 2014;22(4):493-516.11.Mohankumar R, White LM, Naraghi A. Pitfalls and pearls in MRI of the knee. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014;203(3):516-30.12.De Smet AA. How I diagnose meniscal tears on knee MRI. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012;199(3):481-99.13.Nguyen JC, De Smet AA, Graf BK, Rosas HG. MR imaging-based diagnosis and classification of meniscal tears. Radiographics. 2014;34(4):981-99.14.Smigielski R, Becker R, Zdanowicz U, Ciszek B. Medial meniscus anatomy-from basic science to treatment. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(1):8-14.15.Choi JY, Chang EY, Cunha GM, Tafur M, Statum S, Chung CB. Posterior medial meniscus root ligament lesions: MRI classification and associated findings. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014;203(6):1286-92.16.Oliveira HCS, Gali JC, Caetano EB. Anatomical relationships between Wrisberg meniscofemoral and posterior cruciate ligament's femoral insertions. Rev Bras Ortop. 2013;48(5):412-6.17.de Abreu MR, Chung CB, Trudell D, Resnick D. Meniscofemoral ligaments: patterns of tears and pseudotears of the menisci using cadaveric and clinical material. Skeletal Radiol. 2007;36(8):729-35.18.Singh K, Helms CA, Jacobs MT, Higgins LD. MRI appearance of Wrisberg variant of discoid lateral meniscus. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2006;187(2):384-7.19.Blake MH, Lattermann C, Johnson DL. MRI and Arthroscopic Evaluation of Meniscal Injuries. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2017;25(4):219-26.20.Sharif B, Ashraf T, Saifuddin A. Magnetic resonance imaging of the meniscal roots. Skeletal Radiol. 2020;49(5):661-76.21.Liu YW, Skalski MR, Patel DB, White EA, Tomasian A, Matcuk GR, Jr. The anterior knee: normal variants, common pathologies, and diagnostic pitfalls on MRI. Skeletal Radiol. 2018;47(8):1069-86.22.Swamy N, Wadhwa V, Bajaj G, Chhabra A, Pandey T. Medial meniscal extrusion: Detection, evaluation and clinical implications. Eur J Radiol. 2018;102:115-24.23.Laundre BJ, Collins MS, Bond JR, Dahm DL, Stuart MJ, Mandrekar JN. MRI accuracy for tears of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus in patients with acute anterior cruciate ligament injury and the clinical relevance of missed tears. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2009;193(2):515-23.24.Lecouvet F, Van Haver T, Acid S, Perlepe V, Kirchgesner T, Vande Berg B, et al. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the knee: Identification of difficult-to-diagnose meniscal lesions. Diagn Interv Imaging. 2018;99(2):55-64.25.Saad SS, Gorbachova T, Saing M. Meniscal Tears: Scanned, Scoped, and Sculpted. Radiographics. 2015;35(4):1138-9.26.Beaufils P, Becker R, Kopf S, Englund M, Verdonk R, Ollivier M, et al. Surgical Management of Degenerative Meniscus Lesions: The 2016 ESSKA Meniscus Consensus. Joints. 2017;5(2):59-69.27.Greif DN, Baraga MG, Rizzo MG, Mohile NV, Silva FD, Fox T, et al. MRI appearance of the different meniscal ramp lesion types, with clinical and arthroscopic correlation. Skeletal Radiol. 2020;49(5):677-89.28.Yeo Y, Ahn JM, Kim H, Kang Y, Lee E, Lee JW, et al. MR evaluation of the meniscal ramp lesion in patients with anterior cruciate ligament tear. Skeletal Radiol. 2018;47(12):1683-9.29.Sonnery-Cottet B, Serra Cruz R, Vieira TD, Goes RA, Saithna A. Ramp Lesions: An Unrecognized Posteromedial Instability? Clin Sports Med. 2020;39(1):69-81.30.Bolog NV, Andreisek G. Reporting knee meniscal tears: technical aspects, typical pitfalls and how to avoid them. Insights Imaging. 2016;7(3):385-98.31.Palisch AR, Winters RR, Willis MH, Bray CD, Shybut TB. Posterior Root Meniscal Tears: Preoperative, Intraoperative, and Postoperative Imaging for Transtibial Pullout Repair. Radiographics. 2016;36(6):1792-806.32.Matheny LM, Ockuly AC, Steadman JR, LaPrade RF. Posterior meniscus root tears: associated pathologies to assist as diagnostic tools. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(10):3127-31.33.Krych AJ, Bernard CD, Leland DP, Camp CL, Johnson AC, Finnoff JT, et al. Isolated meniscus extrusion associated with meniscotibial ligament abnormality. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2019.34.Chang EY, Chen KC, Chung CB. The shiny corner of the knee: a sign of meniscal osteochondral unit dysfunction. Skeletal Radiol. 2014;43(10):1403-9.

Medicine and Imaging
Menisci (Anatomical Variations and Biochemistry)

Medicine and Imaging

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2020 4:51


REFERENCES1.Brody JM, Hulstyn MJ, Fleming BC, Tung GA. The meniscal roots: gross anatomic correlation with 3-T MRI findings. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2007;188(5):W446-50.2.Lee BI, Min KD. Abnormal band of the lateral meniscus of the knee. Arthroscopy. 2000;16(6):11.3.Fox AJ, Bedi A, Rodeo SA. The basic science of human knee menisci: structure, composition, and function. Sports Health. 2012;4(4):340-51.4.JM L. The Meniscus: Basic Science and Clinical Applications. 2000.5.Wadhwa V, Omar H, Coyner K, Khazzam M, Robertson W, Chhabra A. ISAKOS classification of meniscal tears-illustration on 2D and 3D isotropic spin echo MR imaging. Eur J Radiol. 2016;85(1):15-24.6.Ariyachaipanich A, Kaya E, Statum S, Biswas R, Tran B, Bae WC, et al. MR imaging pattern of tibial subchondral bone structure: considerations of meniscal coverage and integrity. Skeletal Radiol. 2020.7.Bhan K. Meniscal Tears: Current Understanding, Diagnosis, and Management. Cureus. 2020;12(6):e8590.8.Greis PE, Bardana DD, Holmstrom MC, Burks RT. Meniscal injury: I. Basic science and evaluation. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2002;10(3):168-76.9.Brindle T, Nyland J, Johnson DL. The meniscus: review of basic principles with application to surgery and rehabilitation. J Athl Train. 2001;36(2):160-9.10.Rosas HG. Magnetic resonance imaging of the meniscus. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am. 2014;22(4):493-516.11.Mohankumar R, White LM, Naraghi A. Pitfalls and pearls in MRI of the knee. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014;203(3):516-30.12.De Smet AA. How I diagnose meniscal tears on knee MRI. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012;199(3):481-99.13.Nguyen JC, De Smet AA, Graf BK, Rosas HG. MR imaging-based diagnosis and classification of meniscal tears. Radiographics. 2014;34(4):981-99.14.Smigielski R, Becker R, Zdanowicz U, Ciszek B. Medial meniscus anatomy-from basic science to treatment. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(1):8-14.15.Choi JY, Chang EY, Cunha GM, Tafur M, Statum S, Chung CB. Posterior medial meniscus root ligament lesions: MRI classification and associated findings. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014;203(6):1286-92.16.Oliveira HCS, Gali JC, Caetano EB. Anatomical relationships between Wrisberg meniscofemoral and posterior cruciate ligament's femoral insertions. Rev Bras Ortop. 2013;48(5):412-6.17.de Abreu MR, Chung CB, Trudell D, Resnick D. Meniscofemoral ligaments: patterns of tears and pseudotears of the menisci using cadaveric and clinical material. Skeletal Radiol. 2007;36(8):729-35.18.Singh K, Helms CA, Jacobs MT, Higgins LD. MRI appearance of Wrisberg variant of discoid lateral meniscus. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2006;187(2):384-7.19.Blake MH, Lattermann C, Johnson DL. MRI and Arthroscopic Evaluation of Meniscal Injuries. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2017;25(4):219-26.20.Sharif B, Ashraf T, Saifuddin A. Magnetic resonance imaging of the meniscal roots. Skeletal Radiol. 2020;49(5):661-76.21.Liu YW, Skalski MR, Patel DB, White EA, Tomasian A, Matcuk GR, Jr. The anterior knee: normal variants, common pathologies, and diagnostic pitfalls on MRI. Skeletal Radiol. 2018;47(8):1069-86.22.Swamy N, Wadhwa V, Bajaj G, Chhabra A, Pandey T. Medial meniscal extrusion: Detection, evaluation and clinical implications. Eur J Radiol. 2018;102:115-24.23.Laundre BJ, Collins MS, Bond JR, Dahm DL, Stuart MJ, Mandrekar JN. MRI accuracy for tears of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus in patients with acute anterior cruciate ligament injury and the clinical relevance of missed tears. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2009;193(2):515-23.24.Lecouvet F, Van Haver T, Acid S, Perlepe V, Kirchgesner T, Vande Berg B, et al. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the knee: Identification of difficult-to-diagnose meniscal lesions. Diagn Interv Imaging. 2018;99(2):55-64.25.Saad SS, Gorbachova T, Saing M. Meniscal Tears: Scanned, Scoped, and Sculpted. Radiographics. 2015;35(4):1138-9.26.Beaufils P, Becker R, Kopf S, Englund M, Verdonk R, Ollivier M, et al. Surgical Management of Degenerative Meniscus Lesions: The 2016 ESSKA Meniscus Consensus. Joints. 2017;5(2):59-69.27.Greif DN, Baraga MG, Rizzo MG, Mohile NV, Silva FD, Fox T, et al. MRI appearance of the different meniscal ramp lesion types, with clinical and arthroscopic correlation. Skeletal Radiol. 2020;49(5):677-89.28.Yeo Y, Ahn JM, Kim H, Kang Y, Lee E, Lee JW, et al. MR evaluation of the meniscal ramp lesion in patients with anterior cruciate ligament tear. Skeletal Radiol. 2018;47(12):1683-9.29.Sonnery-Cottet B, Serra Cruz R, Vieira TD, Goes RA, Saithna A. Ramp Lesions: An Unrecognized Posteromedial Instability? Clin Sports Med. 2020;39(1):69-81.30.Bolog NV, Andreisek G. Reporting knee meniscal tears: technical aspects, typical pitfalls and how to avoid them. Insights Imaging. 2016;7(3):385-98.31.Palisch AR, Winters RR, Willis MH, Bray CD, Shybut TB. Posterior Root Meniscal Tears: Preoperative, Intraoperative, and Postoperative Imaging for Transtibial Pullout Repair. Radiographics. 2016;36(6):1792-806.32.Matheny LM, Ockuly AC, Steadman JR, LaPrade RF. Posterior meniscus root tears: associated pathologies to assist as diagnostic tools. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(10):3127-31.33.Krych AJ, Bernard CD, Leland DP, Camp CL, Johnson AC, Finnoff JT, et al. Isolated meniscus extrusion associated with meniscotibial ligament abnormality. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2019.34.Chang EY, Chen KC, Chung CB. The shiny corner of the knee: a sign of meniscal osteochondral unit dysfunction. Skeletal Radiol. 2014;43(10):1403-9.

Medicine and Imaging
Menisci (Introduction and Anatomy)

Medicine and Imaging

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2020 8:05


REFERENCES1.Brody JM, Hulstyn MJ, Fleming BC, Tung GA. The meniscal roots: gross anatomic correlation with 3-T MRI findings. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2007;188(5):W446-50.2.Lee BI, Min KD. Abnormal band of the lateral meniscus of the knee. Arthroscopy. 2000;16(6):11.3.Fox AJ, Bedi A, Rodeo SA. The basic science of human knee menisci: structure, composition, and function. Sports Health. 2012;4(4):340-51.4.JM L. The Meniscus: Basic Science and Clinical Applications. 2000.5.Wadhwa V, Omar H, Coyner K, Khazzam M, Robertson W, Chhabra A. ISAKOS classification of meniscal tears-illustration on 2D and 3D isotropic spin echo MR imaging. Eur J Radiol. 2016;85(1):15-24.6.Ariyachaipanich A, Kaya E, Statum S, Biswas R, Tran B, Bae WC, et al. MR imaging pattern of tibial subchondral bone structure: considerations of meniscal coverage and integrity. Skeletal Radiol. 2020.7.Bhan K. Meniscal Tears: Current Understanding, Diagnosis, and Management. Cureus. 2020;12(6):e8590.8.Greis PE, Bardana DD, Holmstrom MC, Burks RT. Meniscal injury: I. Basic science and evaluation. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2002;10(3):168-76.9.Brindle T, Nyland J, Johnson DL. The meniscus: review of basic principles with application to surgery and rehabilitation. J Athl Train. 2001;36(2):160-9.10.Rosas HG. Magnetic resonance imaging of the meniscus. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am. 2014;22(4):493-516.11.Mohankumar R, White LM, Naraghi A. Pitfalls and pearls in MRI of the knee. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014;203(3):516-30.12.De Smet AA. How I diagnose meniscal tears on knee MRI. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012;199(3):481-99.13.Nguyen JC, De Smet AA, Graf BK, Rosas HG. MR imaging-based diagnosis and classification of meniscal tears. Radiographics. 2014;34(4):981-99.14.Smigielski R, Becker R, Zdanowicz U, Ciszek B. Medial meniscus anatomy-from basic science to treatment. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(1):8-14.15.Choi JY, Chang EY, Cunha GM, Tafur M, Statum S, Chung CB. Posterior medial meniscus root ligament lesions: MRI classification and associated findings. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2014;203(6):1286-92.16.Oliveira HCS, Gali JC, Caetano EB. Anatomical relationships between Wrisberg meniscofemoral and posterior cruciate ligament's femoral insertions. Rev Bras Ortop. 2013;48(5):412-6.17.de Abreu MR, Chung CB, Trudell D, Resnick D. Meniscofemoral ligaments: patterns of tears and pseudotears of the menisci using cadaveric and clinical material. Skeletal Radiol. 2007;36(8):729-35.18.Singh K, Helms CA, Jacobs MT, Higgins LD. MRI appearance of Wrisberg variant of discoid lateral meniscus. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2006;187(2):384-7.19.Blake MH, Lattermann C, Johnson DL. MRI and Arthroscopic Evaluation of Meniscal Injuries. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2017;25(4):219-26.20.Sharif B, Ashraf T, Saifuddin A. Magnetic resonance imaging of the meniscal roots. Skeletal Radiol. 2020;49(5):661-76.21.Liu YW, Skalski MR, Patel DB, White EA, Tomasian A, Matcuk GR, Jr. The anterior knee: normal variants, common pathologies, and diagnostic pitfalls on MRI. Skeletal Radiol. 2018;47(8):1069-86.22.Swamy N, Wadhwa V, Bajaj G, Chhabra A, Pandey T. Medial meniscal extrusion: Detection, evaluation and clinical implications. Eur J Radiol. 2018;102:115-24.23.Laundre BJ, Collins MS, Bond JR, Dahm DL, Stuart MJ, Mandrekar JN. MRI accuracy for tears of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus in patients with acute anterior cruciate ligament injury and the clinical relevance of missed tears. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2009;193(2):515-23.24.Lecouvet F, Van Haver T, Acid S, Perlepe V, Kirchgesner T, Vande Berg B, et al. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the knee: Identification of difficult-to-diagnose meniscal lesions. Diagn Interv Imaging. 2018;99(2):55-64.25.Saad SS, Gorbachova T, Saing M. Meniscal Tears: Scanned, Scoped, and Sculpted. Radiographics. 2015;35(4):1138-9.26.Beaufils P, Becker R, Kopf S, Englund M, Verdonk R, Ollivier M, et al. Surgical Management of Degenerative Meniscus Lesions: The 2016 ESSKA Meniscus Consensus. Joints. 2017;5(2):59-69.27.Greif DN, Baraga MG, Rizzo MG, Mohile NV, Silva FD, Fox T, et al. MRI appearance of the different meniscal ramp lesion types, with clinical and arthroscopic correlation. Skeletal Radiol. 2020;49(5):677-89.28.Yeo Y, Ahn JM, Kim H, Kang Y, Lee E, Lee JW, et al. MR evaluation of the meniscal ramp lesion in patients with anterior cruciate ligament tear. Skeletal Radiol. 2018;47(12):1683-9.29.Sonnery-Cottet B, Serra Cruz R, Vieira TD, Goes RA, Saithna A. Ramp Lesions: An Unrecognized Posteromedial Instability? Clin Sports Med. 2020;39(1):69-81.30.Bolog NV, Andreisek G. Reporting knee meniscal tears: technical aspects, typical pitfalls and how to avoid them. Insights Imaging. 2016;7(3):385-98.31.Palisch AR, Winters RR, Willis MH, Bray CD, Shybut TB. Posterior Root Meniscal Tears: Preoperative, Intraoperative, and Postoperative Imaging for Transtibial Pullout Repair. Radiographics. 2016;36(6):1792-806.32.Matheny LM, Ockuly AC, Steadman JR, LaPrade RF. Posterior meniscus root tears: associated pathologies to assist as diagnostic tools. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2015;23(10):3127-31.33.Krych AJ, Bernard CD, Leland DP, Camp CL, Johnson AC, Finnoff JT, et al. Isolated meniscus extrusion associated with meniscotibial ligament abnormality. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2019.34.Chang EY, Chen KC, Chung CB. The shiny corner of the knee: a sign of meniscal osteochondral unit dysfunction. Skeletal Radiol. 2014;43(10):1403-9.

Invite Health Podcast
Support For A Torn Meniscus with Joint Nutrients

Invite Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2020 7:49


Below each knee, there are two rubbery cartilage bands called the meniscus. They act like a cushion for your joints. With age or with injury, your meniscus and overall joint health can be impacted. Here's my recommendation on what supplements can help support healthy joints and cartilage overall. Take advantage of an exclusive podcast offer today by visiting www.invitehealth.com/podcast or by clicking here. For more information on the products or studies mentioned in this episode, click here. 

The Optimal Body
12 | Meniscus Injury and the Prehab Guys

The Optimal Body

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2020 54:26


Meniscus injury worrying you? Learn what you can do to help prevent pain and bulletproof your knees! Plus, learn from guest, Dr. Michael Lau of The Prehab Guys as he chats through his own personal journey with battling back pain. What You Will Learn: PT Pearl: Meniscus Injury of the Knee 01:38 - What is the Meniscus? 07:55 - What causes Meniscal Injury and how to avoid it 14:34 - Why going back to the basics with hip stabilization is important 18:28 - Why progressions of knee stabilization exercises are important To Watch the PT Pearl on YouTube, click here: https://youtu.be/XarQHj7agzk Interview with Michael Lau - The Prehab Guys: @theprehabguys 21:35 - Prehab Guys Introduction 24:07 - Michael’s insight on the creation of the Prehab Guys with _ 26:28 - The Rehab Guys’ approach to educating people and the truth behind “quick fixes” online 31:19 - Do people without pain need something like Prehab? 34:30 - How to approach a “yo-yo” pain effect and how to mentally and physically prepare 37:30 - Michael’s back pain journey and perception of inner feelings associated with movement 44:04 - How to address changes due to injury or natural physical regressions 46:03 - The Rehab Guys’ approach to prescribing certain techniques 49:30 - Why CSCS certification is important for Prehab About Dr. Michael Lau: Michael was born and raised in Northern California but now resides currently in Sunny SoCal ever since attending the University of California, Los Angeles as an undergraduate majoring in physiology. After his undergraduate studies, he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from cross-town rival the University of Southern California. As a licensed physical therapist with a strong background in strength and conditioning, Michael likes to blend the realms of strength training and rehabilitation to provide prehab, or preventative rehabilitation, to his patients. A common human behavior is to address problems after they become an issue and far often too late, which is a reactionary approach. He believes the key to improved health care is education and awareness. This proactive approach—prehab—can reduce the risk of injuries and pain in the first place. He is a huge proponent of movement education and pain science. Clinically, he has a special interest in ACLR rehab and return to sport for the lower extremity athlete. 15% OFF VivoBarefoot Shoes with “OPTIMAL15” at checkout: https://bit.ly/3cDHcAx Improve your feet = improve your body! Find the complete show notes with resources here: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode12 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/TOBpodcast/message

Rowdy With Q
Rowdy With Q ft. Minor League Prospect Noah Vaughan and wife Pro Softball Player Riley Sartain-Vaughan

Rowdy With Q

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2020 38:46


Amazing conversation with Professional Softball Player and Texas A&M alum Riley Sartain-Vaughan and husband Minor League baseball player Noah Vaughan about the Viral Video of bat flipping his wife, never giving up, trusting the process, staying committed, working through pain and struggles, and a lot more.Joining us for this episode of Rowdy with Q Professional Softball Player and Texas A&M alum Riley Sartain-Vaughan and husband Minor League baseball player Noah Vaughan about the Viral Video of bat flipping his wife, never giving up, trusting the process, staying committed, working through pain and struggles, and a lot more. We talk about everything from working through adversity, failing miserably, having success, getting hurt, pushing through and how Jesus has helped them realize who they are and what they can accomplish through him.Join me every Monday at 8:30pm EST and Saturday at 12pm EST for a rowdy conversation about sports and more. Only on IG.www.Instagram.com/QuincyGibbswww.rowdywithq.com

Breaking The Capsule
Osteoarthritis in a Capsule

Breaking The Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 17:36


Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis in Australia. In this episode, Nhan & Ishaan discuss all thing osteoarthritis from treatment to prevention.If you like this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes!!https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/breaking-the-capsule/id1479407995Follow us on Facebook and Instagram:https://www.facebook.com/Breaking-the-Capsule-110257606996674/https://www.instagram.com/breakthecap/?hl=enEmail us at contact@breakingthecapsule.com with any questions

Your Knee Your Health
MRI - Do I need one?

Your Knee Your Health

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2020 18:03


The MRI is one of the most over-utilized tests. Yes, an MRI is a great test to look at certain structures such as the ACL and meniscus. It is an excellent test if you suspect a fracture that is not seen on x-ray. In an arthritic knee the meniscus is commonly torn as a process of the degeneration associated with arthritis. For that reason the MRI rarely adds any additional information. When patients read the report they do commonly get concerned about all of the things that are wrong, torn or degenerative.The best, first line, radiological test for evaluating a painful knee is a plain x-ray. If trauma and a fracture are not suspected it should be weight bearing or standing.If you see your healthcare provider don't demand an MRI. If an MRI is justified based on your exam, history or diagnosis they will most likely order it. When evaluating the painful arthritic knee the best first line radiological test is a weight bearing x-ray of the knee to evaluate your arthritic knee.https://WWW.DRADAMROSEN.COMSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/YourKneeYourHealth)

Nailed It Ortho
03 Intro to Meniscus Injuries- Dr. Strauss

Nailed It Ortho

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2020 31:43


Listen to our episode on the introduction to meniscus injuries as Dr. Strauss  gives us an excellent overview!    Link to Post: www.naileditortho.com/meniscusintro     Dr. Eric Strauss did his residency at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, fellowship at Rush University Medical Center and is the current Assistant Program Director for the Hospital for Joint Diseases at NYU. Enjoy today’s episode where we talk about the meniscus. We cover: Meniscus presentation History taking Physical Exam Type of meniscal tears Imaging needed for meniscus tears How to approach reading the knee MRI Treatment of meniscus tears (non op + op)   Disclosures:  NailedIt Ortho reports no relevant financial disclosures. Dr. Cole and Dr. Fitts report no relevant disclosures. This podcast is purely educational. This is not medical advice. Please consult your doctor before making any medical decisions. ----- You can follow NailedIt Ortho  at: Website: https://naileditortho.com/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/naileditortho   Dr. Fitts and Dr. Cole are orthopaedic surgery residents and the hosts of the NailedIt Ortho podcast. 

Untold Physio Stories
Untold Physio Stories 142 - A Fix for Knee Clicking

Untold Physio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2019 11:24


In this episode of Untold Physio Stories podcast, Erson reunites with super friend and former podcast host Jason Shane from Shane Physiotherapy. Erson recounts how his knee has been very stiff, painful and clicking recently and what he tried to "fix" it. Check out our sponsors - we level up your website with full SEO optimization, turn it into a referral generating machine and do full G Suite and Telehealth integrations - over 650 Exclusive videos, Research Reviews, Webinars, Online Discussion - learn easy to apply Clinical Practice Patterns, integrate Pain Science with Manual Therapy and Patient Education  

Crystal's Nightcap
How I Broke My Knee

Crystal's Nightcap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2019 25:49


In tonight's episode of Crystal's Nightcap I talk about how I tore my ACL and Meniscus playing rugby :)

Young Athlete Podcast
ACL Injuries in Young Athletes - Dr Guri Ekås

Young Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2019 35:03


Dr. Guri Ekås is an orthopedic surgeon and sports physician specializing in knee injuries. Guri combines clinical and academic work, with a focus on the knee joint and ACL injuries, particularly in the pediatric population.   She works as a consultant at Akershus University Hospital in Norway. Guri finalized her PhD in June 2019: “Long-term outcomes after ACL injury during childhood” and is currently waiting for the defense. As part of this project, she has conducted clinical, functional and radiological follow-up of 50 young adults who have sustained an ACL injury during childhood.   Guri participated at the recent 2018 IOC Consensus statement on Management of Pediatric ACL injuries. She and her co-workers have also performed a systematic review on secondary meniscal injuries after ACL injury. Furthermore, she has been involved in sports medicine since 2010, working as a team physician for soccer, cycling and skiing.   She is currently team physician for the national ski jumping teams in Norway. Her affiliations are Akershus University hospital, University of Oslo and Oslo Sports Trauma Research Centre (OSTRC). In this episode we cover; How big an issue are ACL injuries in young athletes How big an impact can an ACL injury have on young athletes What is the current evidence for ACL injury management in young athletes? Can young athletes cope without an ACL? The value of injury prevention programs to reduce ACL injury What are the treatment options for young athletes that have an ACL injury Do all young athletes need to have an ACL reconstruction How many young athletes can cope without an ACL? Should I complete a period of rehab first, or have an immediate ACL reconstruction What unique considerations are their for young athletes having an ACL reconstruction What is the re-injury rate for young athletes that have an ACL reconstruction The importance of early review when your young athlete injures their knee Meniscus injuries in young athletes have a high healing potential Every single knee injury is different in each young athlete Non surgical management of ACL injury with high quality, structured rehab is a good option for young athletes The critical importance of rehabilitation in ACL injury management Rehab programs need to be developed specifically for your young athlete Incorporating rehab in school and sport - Young athletes can complete rehab with their team Managing social isolation in young athletes Recommendations on Return to Sport after your ACL injury

DIYtherapy - Physical Therapy
Start Running After a Knee Injury

DIYtherapy - Physical Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2019 21:00


You are a runner and have had a knee injury, now what? What exercises should you do? When do you know you are ready to start running again? What did I find in my yard and how did I deal with it?These are the questions we answer today.As always you can reach us at DIYtherapy206@gmail.com, tweet at us @DYtherapy, follow us on Instagram at DIYtherapy206, join our Facebook page. You can find more information or sign up for a Wellness Consultation at www.diytherapy.net.

Northfield Hospital + Clinics Health Matters
Knee injuries: Causes and Treatment Options

Northfield Hospital + Clinics Health Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2019


Knee injuries can knock you out of the game. Dr. Hans Bengtson, orthopedic surgeon, discusses how the knee works and common knee injuries.

Sorgatron Media Master Feed
BOLD Sports: Episode 82

Sorgatron Media Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2019 54:16


Matt and Steve are bringing you this week's news and updates in Pittsburgh sports. From NCAA hoops coverage to major league content for NFL, NHL, and MLB, if it's happening in (or in some cases affecting) Pittsburgh, this is where you'll find out about it. If you're a fan of soccer or golf, Matt and Steve have some highlights there as well. This week's show notes: Riverhounds- The Hounds are in the middle of the Larmar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, they had a buy to the second round and took on the Dayton Dutch Lions Monday night at Highmark Stadium with a 3-0 win. Nico Brett had 2 goals as Velarde had one in extra time. The hounds dominate in all aspects of the score sheet and return to USL play this weekend traveling to Memphis 901 for an 8PM Kickoff. PGA Tour- Sung-Hoon Kang wonr the AT&t Bryon Nelson last week at Trinity Forest Golf Club last weekend for his first win on the Tour with a -23, Bruce Kopek was in down the stretch but fell back 2 spots. This week the Tour has its Second Major of the season for the PGA Championship that was moved up a few months this season that is typically in August . This year Bethpage Black Course is hosting. Bethpage fun things to know. Tiger is in a group with Kopek, and Molinari at 8:24, Rory, Lefty, Zach Johnson are off at 1:38 with lots of great pairings in the tournament . John Daly Gets a Cart with Osteroarthritis and no Meniscus in his right Knee. Ranked 1836 in the world and gets to play as a past winner in 1991. Pirates- The Bucs are on an 11 game road trip (longest of season) after getting shelled 17-4 in the the first of 4 games with the Cards they came back to win the next 3 of the series , the Bucs are now in Phenix taking on the Dimond Backs and so far have one loss and one win in the series with the final game tonight . Last night the Bucs put together a complete game with Joe Musgrove pitching 7 innings, 1 hit, 2 walks and 5K’s, Josh Bell had 2 HR and Cole Tucker with a HR. After the series finally the Bucs head to San Diego for 4 games. 7 wins on this road trip would be great. AB- Back in Pittsburgh to be at his hearing for his 100MPH ticket. It got dropped to a ridiculous $125 fine and 2 points on his license . AB told fans to come down to the Court House to say hello and for his final goodbye. NBA- The New Orleans Pelicans win the Draft lottery for the number one overall pick Finals- GS Wins game one over Portland in the west and the east is starting tonight with the Bucks and the Raptors. The Raptors moved to the finals after Kawhi Leonards last second 4 rim bounce shot. NHL- The Conference Finals are underway with Boston leading the series 3-0 over Carolina and the west is tied up 1-1 with game 3 tonight in St Louis with the sharks. Steelers- all draft picks are signed and Devin Bush gets richest rookie deal from the Steelers, 19 million 4 yrs all guaranteed with 11 million up front. Get out and enjoy some trails, golf, bike riding and all the fun out door activities out there. After the show remember to: Follow the discussion on Twitter (@BoldPGHSports) Remember to check out our friends at River's Edge (@RiversEdgePGH) - and our stream over there! Also, check out BOLDpgh.com and sorgatronmedia.com for more entertainment!

Sorgatron Media Master Feed
BOLD Sports: Episode 82

Sorgatron Media Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2019 54:16


Matt and Steve are bringing you this week's news and updates in Pittsburgh sports. From NCAA hoops coverage to major league content for NFL, NHL, and MLB, if it's happening in (or in some cases affecting) Pittsburgh, this is where you'll find out about it. If you're a fan of soccer or golf, Matt and Steve have some highlights there as well. This week's show notes: Stallworth, Randel El, Thigpen Riverhounds- The Hounds are in the middle of the Larmar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, they had a buy to the second round and took on the Dayton Dutch Lions Monday night at Highmark Stadium with a 3-0 win. Nico Brett had 2 goals as Velarde had one in extra time. The hounds dominate in all aspects of the score sheet and return to USL play this weekend traveling to Memphis 901 for an 8PM Kickoff. PGA Tour- Sung-Hoon Kang wonr the AT&t Bryon Nelson last week at Trinity Forest Golf Club last weekend for his first win on the Tour with a -23, Bruce Kopek was in down the stretch but fell back 2 spots. This week the Tour has its Second Major of the season for the PGA Championship that was moved up a few months this season that is typically in August . This year Bethpage Black Course is hosting. Bethpage fun things to know. Tiger is in a group with Kopek, and Molinari at 8:24, Rory, Lefty, Zach Johnson are off at 1:38 with lots of great pairings in the tournament . John Daly Gets a Cart with Osteroarthritis and no Meniscus in his right Knee. Ranked 1836 in the world and gets to play as a past winner in 1991. Pirates- The Bucs are on an 11 game road trip (longest of season) after getting shelled 17-4 in the the first of 4 games with the Cards they came back to win the next 3 of the series , the Bucs are now in Phenix taking on the Dimond Backs and so far have one loss and one win in the series with the final game tonight . Last night the Bucs put together a complete game with Joe Musgrove pitching 7 innings, 1 hit, 2 walks and 5K’s, Josh Bell had 2 HR and Cole Tucker with a HR. After the series finally the Bucs head to San Diego for 4 games. 7 wins on this road trip would be great. AB- Back in Pittsburgh to be at his hearing for his 100MPH ticket. It got dropped to a ridiculous $125 fine and 2 points on his license . AB told fans to come down to the Court House to say hello and for his final goodbye. NBA- The New Orleans Pelicans win the Draft lottery for the number one overall pick Finals- GS Wins game one over Portland in the west and the east is starting tonight with the Bucks and the Raptors. The Raptors moved to the finals after Kawhi Leonards last second 4 rim bounce shot. NHL- The Conference Finals are underway with Boston leading the series 3-0 over Carolina and the west is tied up 1-1 with game 3 tonight in St Louis with the sharks. Steelers- all draft picks are signed and Devin Bush gets richest rookie deal from the Steelers, 19 million 4 yrs all guaranteed with 11 million up front. Get out and enjoy some trails, golf, bike riding and all the fun out door activities out there. After the show remember to: Follow the discussion on Twitter (@BoldPGHSports) Remember to check out our friends at River's Edge (@RiversEdgePGH) - and our stream over there! Also, check out BOLDpgh.com and sorgatronmedia.com for more entertainment!

2 Physical Therapists N' A Bag of Chips
Meniscus Injury/Osem Bamba Peanut Snack: Epi 39

2 Physical Therapists N' A Bag of Chips

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2019 17:22


In this episode: Meniscus injury. Tears, non tears and types of tears are discussed as well as common signs and treatment options. Chip Review: Osem Bamba Peanut snack. Thank you Joan Saliman Trivia question of the week: Why are sneakers called sneakers? Follow us on Instagram: 2pts_n_a_bagofchips and/or Twitter @2PTsNaBagOChips to see photos, video and get additional episode specific information throughout the week. Thanks for listening!!

Princeton Spine and Joint Center
Meniscus Injury - Princeton Spine And Joint Center Podcast

Princeton Spine and Joint Center

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2019 59:23


Join us for our second Princeton Spine & Joint Center Podcast with host Grant Cooper, M.D. and special guest Scott Curtis, D.O. as they take a deep dive into the topic of knee meniscus. "We just finished our second podcast. I was talking with my friend and colleague, Dr. Scott Curtis, about the knee meniscus. We talked about how someone with knee meniscus pain would present, how a person with a meniscus pain gets worked up, what treatments are appropriate, both nonsurgical, and we had a good discussion of surgical as well. The imaging findings that you expect with meniscus and the limitation of some of those imaging findings. Bottom line is that if you have meniscus pain or interested in meniscus pain, then this is going to be a very interesting podcast to listen to or watch if you have the video. If you don't have meniscus pain and have no interest in meniscus pain, this would be a good one to skip. But if you do, then I hope you will enjoy it." ~ Grant Cooper, M.D.

Waves of Sound Pod
"Always Walkin' Into Dicks"

Waves of Sound Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2019 74:20


The guys start by celebrating their first anniversary of the podcast! Christopher then reviews a few recent shows including Low, Nanami Ozone, Kikagaku Moyo, and Daughters. Lance introduces a few recent discoveries including David Maxim Micic, Bear The Mammoth, and Meniscus. The rest of the episode is devoted to a full album review of Bloom by Minor Movements and feature the single “Hamatreya.”Episode Playlist:Nanami Ozone - Alone TooBear The Mammoth - MossianKikagaku Moyo - Dripping SunDavid Maxim Micic - 500 Seconds Before SunsetLow - Dancing and Blood Meniscus - DoomDaughters - Satan in the WaitFucked & Bound - Get InsideMinor Movements - Hamatreya

Muscle Talks Radio
Ep1. Introduction/injury update. MOTIVATION AND OVERCOMING SETBACKS

Muscle Talks Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2019 18:51


In this episode I will introduce myself to you, including details of why I started this podcast and give an update on my Meniscus tear injury. Conveniently following up with some tips to help keep you motivated and what you can do to overcome any setbacks you may run into not only in the gym but that can be applied to life. Please comment anywhere I can buy a good quality microphone from and I will take a look as I will need to buy one soon.

TSS:Brave The Wild -Minnesota Wild Podcast-

The Minnesota Wild managed to squeeze two out of six points since returning from the break, going winless in three games. To make matters worse, Mikko Koivu after an on ice collision was found to have a torn ACL and Meniscus, ending his season abruptly. facebook.com/bravethewild facebook.com/mnwprospects @bravethewild paladinolive@yahoo.com Call into our Phone Lines at:209-736-7877

Emergency Medical Minute
Podcast #403: Meniscus Lock

Emergency Medical Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2018 3:34


Author: Mark Hinton, MD Educational Pearls:   Meniscus lock can occur with a tear leading to inability to extend the knee Treatment can include an intra-articular joint block followed by straightening Medial meniscus injuries are more common   References: Allum RL, Jones JR. The locked knee. Injury. 1986 Jul;17(4):256-8. PubMed PMID: 3770920. Critchley IJ, Bracey DJ. The acutely locked knee--is a manipulation worth while? Injury. 1985 Jan;16(4):281-3. PubMed PMID: 3967919. Summary by Travis Barlock, MS4  | Edited by Erik Verzemnieks, MD

Robb Wolf - The Paleo Solution Podcast - Paleo diet, nutrition, fitness, and health

For Episode 415 we have guest Bill Parravano. Bill is “The Knee Pain Guru”. He has over 25 years of martial art and bodywork experience understanding movement and tensions patterns that lead to physical pain. Bill believes the nervous system holds the keys to the body’s healing. It bridges gaps between what we currently know and the infinite number of possibilities for the body to heal in the realm of what we don’t know. This combination creates the shortest distance between a life riddled with pain to a high quality fully expressed physical life. Listen in as we talk all about knee pain and knee health.   Show Notes: 00:48 – Pre-intro/Summary 1:57 – Introducing Bill Parravano and Bill’s background with Knee issues 4:26 – Studying different styles of bodywork – Orthobionomy and Systema 6:34 – Tension patterns 8:44 – How paleo came into play with Bill’s strategy 11:38 – Diet vs surgery for back and knee issues 14:30 – Meniscus tears, unnecessary and necessary surgery 15:45 – The difference between mechanical dysfunction and pain 16:48 – Bill’s process of starting with someone with knee pain 20:30 – Bringing awareness to the basics 25:21 – Conventional pain management vs getting to the source 26:25 – Common deficiencies and imbalances that are causing knee pain 31:30 – How to keep from getting knee problems, and gross motor movements vs intrinsic movements 37:50 – Where to find Bill   Website and 7-Day Knee Pain Reduction Challenge: https://www.thekneepainguru.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheKneePainGuru YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVlHprd8eMf5jhmSzZtu8Sg

Kabbalah Pod
Episode 21: Meniscus

Kabbalah Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2018 5:12


Meniscus. A big scientific word for a small spiritual barrier. How do we break through? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kabbalah/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kabbalah/support

Run For Your Life Podcast
Episode 2 - Train Smart Not Stupid

Run For Your Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2018 56:01


We all know the age-old story of training for a race, only to get to the start line either injured or with no push left in the tank. We’re here to talk to Dr. Mark Cucuzzella today about how we can train smart - not stupid! That way we can toe the line of our next race full of energy and pep. Dr. Mark also fields some Q&A topics about monitoring heart rate if you are AFib, handling a torn Meniscus, and the skill and art of running hills.

Life’s Black Belts with Eric Alders
Episode #12 - Life’s Stripes Series: Eric Alders

Life’s Black Belts with Eric Alders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2018 51:24


If you’ve listened to past episodes, you know that my podcast focuses on an individuals story. How their life’s journey is similar to the martial artist’s journey towards Black Belt and beyond. Through these episodes I’ve highlighted stories that have shaped my guests into the people they are today. I thought it would be interesting to offer episodes in addition to our full interviews that go more into more detail of these impactful events. Stories of the past or present that substantially stand out and have a deep impact on your life. In martial arts these lessons often come from hard work, consistency, overcoming adversity and learning more about yourself in each class. As the instructor sees that you have learned the next set of lessons that they set out for you, that’s when you earn a stripe. Get enough stripes and you move up in rank. If you look at your timeline in life you can probably pick out multiple “bookmarks” of moments and memories that stand out to you. The moments that shape us, that we can remember in detail and that teach us the greatest lessons in life from good and bad experiences. These are “Life’s Stripes.” In these special episodes I will highlight specific stories on my guests or myself. My hope is that these stories will help inspire you to reflect on your own life’s experiences and the lessons you’ve learned from them. After all, your outloook on life is all about perspective. On this episode I highlight my knee injuries that led to my recent ACL and Meniscus surgery on July 11, 2018. What the experience has been like so far and how I’m mentally dealing with recovery and the future therapy and long road to recovery that awaits. I thought it would be interesting to not only feature stories of the past but also ones that are current as well. I hope you enjoy. Please leave feedback on the Facebook or Instagram page. Email is lifesblackbelts@gmail.com. Please also give us a positive rating on iTunes and Facebook.

Live From Progzilla Towers
Live From Progzilla Towers - Edition 233

Live From Progzilla Towers

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2018 146:13


Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 233. In this edition we heard music by Iron Maiden, East, GU-RU, Gary Numan, Dice, Genesis, Enochian Theory, Marillion, Kino, Arena, Spock's Beard, Yes, Seal, Ayreon, Meniscus, Thundercat, Hekz, Younger Brother & Judie Tzuke.

Toxicosmos
Arcade Fire, Dan Croll, Kitty Daisy and Lewis... y el festival Contempopranea.

Toxicosmos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2017 119:58


Esta semana te adelantamos lo que está por llegar de Arcade Fire, Dan Croll y Kitty Daisy and Lewis, además de escuchar los recientes lanzamientos de Thurston Moore, Marem Ladson, Golden Rain, Meniscus, Tired Lion, Lia Pamina, Sputnik y David Van Bylen. Cogemos la agenda para recomendarte los próximos conciertos de Mando Diao, Rinôçerôse, Marika Hackman, James Vincent McMorrow, The Amazons, Caloncho y Jenny and the Mexicats por salas y festivales de nuestro país. Entrevistamos a Agustín Fuentes, director del festival Contempopranea de Alburquerque, mientras suenan Los Planetas, Supertennis, La Casa Azul y De Viaje. Y completamos el programa recuperando a The Beatles con su 50º aniversario del "Sgt Peppers", Imperial Teen con un discazo cargado de hits que ahora cumple 15 años y The Rolling Stones de la mano de Rock Nights.

Break Your Fingers Laughing Podcast

Dan from Meniscus joins us talking about broken guitars, tough travels and why it's all worth it.

Medizinische Fakultät - Digitale Hochschulschriften der LMU - Teil 07/19
Molekulare Zusammensetzung der extrazellulären Matrix im Discus articularis ulnae und im Meniscus ulnocarpalis des Menschen

Medizinische Fakultät - Digitale Hochschulschriften der LMU - Teil 07/19

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2007


Der TFCC (triangular fibrocartilage complex) überträgt Lasten vom Karpus auf die Ulna und stabilisiert das distale Radioulnargelenk. Läsionen dieser Struktur führen häufig zu Schmerzen im Handgelenk. Trotz der klinischen Bedeutung ist nur wenig über die molekulare Zusammensetzung des TFCC bekannt. Wir haben mittels immunhistochemischer Nachweismethoden die molekulare Zusammensetzung der extrazellulären Matrix des Discus articularis ulnae und des Meniscus ulnocarpalis untersucht. Dabei wurden monoklonale Antikörper gegen Kollagene, Glykosaminoglykane, Proteoglykane und Glykoproteine verwendet. Bei einer Vielzahl von Molekülen (Kollagen I, III, VI, Chondroitin-4-Sulfat, Dermatan- und Keratansulfat, Versican und COMP) zeigt sich ein weitgehend homogenes Verteilungsmuster in allen untersuchten Regionen. Der Nachweis von Kollagen II, Aggrecan und Link Protein hingegen beschränkt sich auf den radialen und zentralen Teil des Discus articularis ulnae, im Meniscus ulnocarpalis sind diese Moleküle nicht nachweisbar. Diese Veränderung des Phänotyps innerhalb des TFCC, von einem radial stark faserknorpeligem Discus articularis ulnae zu einem bindegewebigen Meniscus ulnocarpalis, korreliert mit biomechanischen Untersuchungen, die radial deutlich höhere Druckbeanspruchungen als ulnar beschreiben. Klinische Bedeutung gewinnt die Arbeit durch den Nachweis von Antigenen, die im Rahmen von rheumatischen Erkrankungen eine Autoimmunantwort hervorrufen können. In diesem Zusammenhang werden Kollagen II, Aggrecan, Link Protein und COMP (Cartilage oligomeric matrix protein) diskutiert.