Hss Podcast For Patients

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Synopsis

Founded in 1863, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) is a world leader in orthopedics, rheumatology and rehabilitation. HSS is nationally ranked No. 1 in orthopedics and No. 3 in rheumatology by US.News & World Report (2014-15), and is the first hospital in New York State to receive Magnet Recognition for Excellence in Nursing Service from the American Nurses Credentialing Center three consecutive times. Hospital for Special Surgery is located in New York City and online at www.hss.edu.

Episodes

  • Running 201 - Session 2

    Running 201 - Session 2

    25/09/2015 Duration: 01h25min

    Hospital for Special Surgery and the New York Road Runners present Running 201.

  • Running 201

    Running 201

    26/08/2015 Duration: 02h41min

    Experts from Hospital for Special Surgery share injury prevention information for runners. 

  • Strength Training to Improve Running Performance (NYRR Learning Series 2013: Strategies for the Marathon Runner)

    Strength Training to Improve Running Performance (NYRR Learning Series 2013: Strategies for the Marathon Runner)

    18/10/2013 Duration: 15min

    Jamie Osmak, CSCS, USATF, CGFI-1, performance specialist, certified strength and conditioning specialist, a USA Track & Field Level 1 coach discusses strength training drills to achieve proper mechanics.

  • Three Essential Habits of the Well Fueled Marathoner (NYRR Learning Series 2013: Strategies for the Marathon Runner)

    Three Essential Habits of the Well Fueled Marathoner (NYRR Learning Series 2013: Strategies for the Marathon Runner)

    18/10/2013 Duration: 15min

    Jason Machowsky, MS, RD, CSCS, a personal trainer, nutritionist, certified strength and conditioning specialist with specialties in movement correction and optimal nutrition coaching discusses optimal fueling options for the marathon runner.

  • Healthy Running Mechanics (NYRR Learning Series 2013: Strategies for the Marathon Runner)

    Healthy Running Mechanics (NYRR Learning Series 2013: Strategies for the Marathon Runner)

    18/10/2013 Duration: 13min

    Michael Silverman, PT, MSPT, staff physical therapist, Level 1 USA Track & Field coach we well as a Level 2 Titleist Performance Institute Medical Professional discusses aspects of gait that may put a runner at risk for injury as well as strategies for improvement.

  • Safe and Effective Training: Tips for the Novice Marathon Runner - Q  A

    Safe and Effective Training: Tips for the Novice Marathon Runner - Q & A

    20/08/2012 Duration: 25min

    Moderator: Jordan D. Metzl, MD Panelists: Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD; Marci Anne Goolsby, MD; Leigh-Ann Plack, PT, DPT

  • Creating a Marathon Fueling Plan

    Creating a Marathon Fueling Plan

    20/08/2012 Duration: 12min

    Certified Sports Nutritionist Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD, discusses how to properly fuel up for a marathon. Learn how to make sure you're getting the right nutrition during training and the race to give you that extra boost.

  • Healthy Running Form: How to Keep You on the Ground and Out of My Office

    Healthy Running Form: How to Keep You on the Ground and Out of My Office

    20/08/2012 Duration: 17min

    Leigh-Ann Plack, PT, DPT, covers proper running form, and the basics of strength training. Learn how to assess and improve your form, and what exercises you should be doing to keep your body strong and pain free!

  • Keeping Your Bones Healthy Through Training and Beyond

    Keeping Your Bones Healthy Through Training and Beyond

    20/08/2012 Duration: 15min

    Marci Anne Goolsby, MD, Assistant Attending Physician in the HSS Women's Sports Medicine Center, presents on bone health and stress fractures in runners. Learn the most up-to-date information on avoiding painful fractures and make sure you are taking good care of your bones.

  • Running the Marathon: Keys to Health, Longevity and Happiness

    Running the Marathon: Keys to Health, Longevity and Happiness

    20/08/2012 Duration: 14min

    Jordan D. Metzl, MD, specialist in Primary Care Sports Medicine, discusses how to design and follow a healthy running plan. A lifelong athlete and sports enthusiast, Dr. Metzl combines personal insight and tips with his medical expertise to prepare you for the marathon!

  • Safe and Effective Training: Tips for the Novice Marathon Runner - Introduction and Welcome

    Safe and Effective Training: Tips for the Novice Marathon Runner - Introduction and Welcome

    20/08/2012 Duration: 01min

    Jordan D. Metzl, MD, specialist in Primary Care Sports Medicine, introduces the "Safe and Effective Training: Tips for the Novice Marathon Runner" event and what this program aims to teach you. Inspiring everyone to get the most out of their experience, Dr. Metzl enlightens the audience on what it takes to succeed!

  • Advances in Lupus Research: Spotlight on Treatment

    Advances in Lupus Research: Spotlight on Treatment

    09/07/2012 Duration: 01h19s

    HSS hosted a live webinar, sponsored by the Lupus Foundation of America, which discussed the advances in lupus research. This program was led by Susan Manzi, MD, from Allegheny General Hospital and HSS’s experts Michael D. Lockshin, MD and Jane E. Salmon, MD. An overview of lupus and discussion about current and future therapeutic treatment options are featured in this podcast.

  • Nutrition and Arthritis

    Nutrition and Arthritis

    09/07/2012 Duration: 26min

    Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD, advises that maintaining a healthy diet, including exercise can help manage osteoarthritis pain. Learn how to eat well and live a healthy life with OA.

  • Todays Options for Osteoarthritis Management: Exercise and Physical Activity

    Today's Options for Osteoarthritis Management: Exercise and Physical Activity

    09/07/2012 Duration: 30min

    Matthew Titmuss, PT, DPT, explains the role that physical activity can play as an arthritis pain reliever and an important element of your arthritis prevention and management plan.

  • Pain Management: How to Take the Ache Out of Arthritis

    Pain Management: How to Take the Ache Out of Arthritis

    09/07/2012 Duration: 39min

    M. Carrington Reid, MD, PhD, teaches different strategies that can help you to effectively manage the pain associated with osteoarthritis.

  • Non-Surgical Options for Osteoarthritis

    Non-Surgical Options for Osteoarthritis

    09/07/2012 Duration: 37min

    Lisa C. Vasanth, MD, MS, explores nonsurgical options used to treat osteoarthritis, which can be beneficial either prior to or instead of joint replacements.

  • The Last Month Before the Marathon: How to Run Your Best Possible Race

    The Last Month Before the Marathon: How to Run Your Best Possible Race

    14/11/2011 Duration: 12min

    Jordan D. Metzl, MD, discusses common mistakes made by runners in the last month of training and on race-day and how to avoid them. A lifelong athlete and sports enthusiast, Dr. Metzl combines personal insight and tips with his medical expertise to make sure you get the most out of your marathon experience!

  • Lower Leg Injuries

    Lower Leg Injuries

    14/11/2011 Duration: 16min

    Brian C. Halpern, MD, associate attending physician in Primacy Care Sports Medicine presents on lower leg injuries that marathon runners could face in their training. An in-depth discussion on stress fractures and the possible factors behind them is followed by practical advice about preventative measures one could follow to avoid painful problems!

  • Gus, Gels, Carbs, Sports Drinks…Whats a Marathoner to Do? Nutrition Tips to Make the Race

    Gus, Gels, Carbs, Sports Drinks…What's a Marathoner to Do? Nutrition Tips to Make the Race

    14/11/2011 Duration: 20min

    Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, Sports Nutritionist discusses how to prepare for the marathon. When should you start loading up on carbs, and how should you be fueling throughout the race? Learn about proper hydration, and the importance of practicing before the day of the event to make sure you are fueled up and ready to go!!

  • Marathon Tapering and Recovery

    Marathon Tapering and Recovery

    14/11/2011 Duration: 20min

    Polly deMille, RN, RCEP, CSCS, USAT, an Exercise Physiologist and trainer discusses proper tapering techniques to follow before the marathon and how to safely recover after finishing the race! Learn how the experts suggest you prepare in your final month of training to avoid serious complications.

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