Charles Goldfarb, MD, and Christopher Dy, MD, MPH, FACS, discuss the world of hand surgery — from diagnosing and managing hand conditions and injuries, to their own personal insight on residency and fellowship training, experiences and events that a hand surgeon might encounter during their practice, and much more.
Dedicated to resident education at Washington University Orthopedics, this podcast gives listeners an in-depth look at our resident education program through the perspective of our faculty and residents. Each episode will delve into a wide variety of timely topics related to resident education, including how our program recently adapted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pediatric sports medicine specialist, Mark Halstead, MD, uses his clinical background to discuss a wide variety of topics relevant to young athletes in high school or younger. Some of the topics that will be discussed include concussions, overuse injuries, nutrition, mental health and sports specialization. You don't have to be a medical professional to listen in — the podcast provides great information for coaches and parents as well.
Injuries in young athletes, especially overuse injuries, are more common these days due to the emphasis on sports specialization at a young age. Mark Halstead, MD, a pediatric sports medicine specialist and the co-director of the Washington University and St. Louis Children's Hospital Young Athlete Center, will provide you resources on how you can keep your young athlete healthy while playing sports.