Podcast Episodes : Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine

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The Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine Podcast

A regular discussion of highlighted content in the Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine and hot topics in the world of clinical sports medicine.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 31:16
CJSM has published the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) position statement on the responsible use of regenerative medicine in sports medicine. Two AMSSM members and authors of the statement, Kenneth Mautner, MD of Emory University and Shane Shapiro, MD of the Mayo Clinic, Florida join us to discuss.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 24:35

Our guest is Jessica Orchard, PhD, the lead author on a new study published in the September 2021 CJSM -- Cardiovascular Screening of Elite Athletes by Sporting Organizations in Australia: A Survey of Chief Medical Officers

Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 10:17
In this special podcast, Deputy Editor Jim MacDonald talks about the contributions to CJSM from authors around the globe and looks specifically at two studies – one from Israel, and the other from Ghana/Germany – in the May 2021 CJSM.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 27:15
Our guest is Neeraj Patel, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and attending surgeon at Lurie Children’s Hospital Chicago. He is part of the author team which produced a new study in the November 2020 CJSM investigating outcomes in pediatric ACL injuries.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 24:00
We talk with the two principal authors of a newly published CJSM study: Ms. Kim Barber-Foss and Dr. Greg Myer. They share the results of this new, prospective study and their thoughts on the larger meaning of their results in the continued debate over tackling in American youth football.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 23:53
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine  July 2018, Volume 28, Issue 4;
Our guest is Chris Nowinski, Ph.D., Founder and CEO of the Concussion Legacy Foundation. Researcher, activist, and social media force, Dr. Nowinski shares his thoughts on various concussion controversies occurring in the world of football/soccer: from World Cup, to school playing fields.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 25:11
Our guest is Martin Schwellnus, MBBCh, MSc, MD, of the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Professor Schwellnus discusses his new study finding that a history of chronic disease, medication use and running injuries predispose experienced runners to EAMC.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 19:28
Our guest is Christina L. Master, M.D., pediatric sports medicine specialist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. She discusses her research on physical exam findings of vision and vestibular dysfunction which aid in the diagnosis, prognosis, and management of pediatric sport-related concussion.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 22:48
Our guest is Dr. Nicholas Mohtadi, an orthopedic surgeon at the University of Calgary, past president of CASEM, and CJSM editorial board member, who developed the ACL QOL 30 years ago. He gives insight into this instrument in particular and patient outcome measures in general.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 26:20
Our guest is James Onate, Associate Professor of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences, at the Ohio State University. He discusses what evidence exists for the use of the PPE as a lower extremity injury prevention screen for high school athletes.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 26:45
Our guest is Dr. Jonathan Drezner, Former President of the AMSSM and lead author of the new AMSSM position statement on cardiovascular preparticipation screening. We focus primarily on the pros and cons of considering the use of ECG for screening to prevent Sudden Cardiac Death and Arrest in young athletes.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 20:25
Our guest is Dr. Lyle Micheli, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Boston Children’s Hospital and Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School. He is the corresponding author of a new CJSM study, “Return to Sport after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in the Skeletally Immature Athlete.” He discusses this study and how the prevention and treatment of ACL injuries has changed over the decades of his career.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 27:29

Our guest is Dr. Hamish Osborne, a member of the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Medicine (ACSEP). Dr. Osborne is the lead author of the ACSEP Position Statement on the Place of Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cell Therapies in Sport and Exercise Medicine.

Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 30:20

Our guest is Dr. Tom Trojian Chief of Sports Medicine at Drexel University, Philadelphia, and member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM). Dr. Trojian is the lead author of the AMSSM Scientific Statement Concerning Viscosupplementation Injections for Knee

Osteoarthritis: Importance for Individual Patient Outcomes

Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 47:39
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine  September 2015, Volume 25, Issue 5;
Our guest is Dr. Christopher Madden, former President of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) and member of AMSSM and the Wilderness Medical Society (WMS). Dr. Madden is one of the Editors of the September 2015 CJSM Wilderness Medicine Theme Issue, a collaboration between AMSSM and WMS.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 37:40
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 
Our guest is Chris Nowisnki, the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Sports Legacy Institute and co-author of a study on concussion reporting in the CJSM.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 41:40
Today’s episode is a conversation with William Roberts, the lead author of a new consensus statement on the Preparticipation evaluation (PPE), jointly issued by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the International Federation of Sports Medicine (FIMS). Dr. Roberts discusses how the PPE may be enhanced to provide more useful information and better clinical care.
Creator: James MacDonald
Duration: 27:55
A conversation with William P. Meehan III, the lead author of new, original research on Chiari malformations in athletes. This evidence-based study found no catastrophic injuries in a large sample of athletes with the malformation; the results may change how clinicians manage such athletes.