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Episode 3: Dr. Mark Price of the New England Patriots on Shoulder Instability in Athletes (Part I)

The Sports Docs Podcast

On today’s episode we’re focusing on shoulder instability with Dr. Mark Price, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital and Head Team Physician for the New England Patriots. We have 5 great articles which we discuss over two episodes that really contribute well this conversation on how to best manage shoulder instability in athletes both in-season and post-season. We’re very honored to have Dr. Mark Price join our discussion today. Dr. Price specializes in sports medicine, knee and shoulder surgery. He is an attending surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Price earned his MD from Harvard Medical School and PhD in Medical Physics from MIT. He completed the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program, where Catherine and I both attended as well, and then went on to complete a fellowship in sports medicine and shoulder reconstructive surgery at Mass General. Dr. Price is Head Team Physician and Medical Director for the New England Patriots and a Team Physician for the Boston Red Sox. He is a Captain in the US Navy Reserves and has served in combat operations in Afghanistan, where he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service. (Part I)The first paper is from the February issue of AJSM, titled Incidence of Posterior Shoulder Instability in the United States Military. It is a descriptive epidemiology study by Brett Owen and his team which found the incidence is higher than previously reported. Then, from the January issue of Sports Health, we feature the publication Does Functional Bracing of the Unstable Shoulder Improve Return to Play in Scholastic Athletes? Tokish and colleagues found functional bracing did not result in increased success rates when compared to no bracing in adolescent athletes. 

25mins

29 Mar 2021

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Episode 4: Dr. Mark Price of the New England Patriots on Shoulder Instability in Athletes (Part II)

The Sports Docs Podcast

On today’s episode we’re continuing our discussion on shoulder instability with Dr. Mark Price, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital and Head Team Physician for the New England Patriots. We have 5 great articles which we discuss over two episodes that really contribute well this conversation on how to best manage shoulder instability in athletes both in-season and post-season. We’re very honored to have Dr. Mark Price join our discussion today. Dr. Price specializes in sports medicine, knee and shoulder surgery. He is an attending surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Price earned his MD from Harvard Medical School and PhD in Medical Physics from MIT. He completed the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program, where Catherine and I both attended as well, and then went on to complete a fellowship in sports medicine and shoulder reconstructive surgery at Mass General. Dr. Price is Head Team Physician and Medical Director for the New England Patriots and a Team Physician for the Boston Red Sox. He is a Captain in the US Navy Reserves and has served in combat operations in Afghanistan, where he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service. (Part II)We begin with Dr. Hettrich of Brigham and Women’s Hospital who recently investigated the question “Are there racial differences between patients undergoing surgery for shoulder instability?” We’ll dive further into this topic and chat about how this impacts resident and fellow education. We will follow these articles up with a discussion on the surgical management of shoulder instability by reviewing two articles from the March issue of Arthroscopy. The first is a prospective randomized controlled trial titled Arthroscopic Bankart Repair With and Without Curettage of the Glenoid Edge. Desai and his team concluded that curettage of the glenoid edge reduced the incidence of postoperative recurrence of instability likely relating to improved healing of the capsulolabrum repair. Avramidis and colleagues contributed their cases on the management of recurrent anterior shoulder instability by All-Arthroscopic Modified Eden-Hybinette Procedure Using Iliac Crest Autograft and Double-Pair Button Fixation System. 

30mins

29 Mar 2021

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Mark Price Joins the Legends Chair

CavsHQ Podcast

In this week's episode: Tim Alcorn and Jim Chones welcome in the month of March along with a 4-game winning streak as the first half of the season wraps up this week. The crew also has a special guest in today's Legend's chair, with one of the all-time great Cavalier guards, Mark Price.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

41mins

2 Mar 2021

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Burning River Masonry with Mark Price ICF

Burning River Masonry

Me and Mark talk about what an ICF foundation is and everything you need to know about it

25mins

23 Feb 2021

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Mark Price: Kingdom Voting - Part 1 - Seek First the Kingdom of God

Grace Christian Center Audio Podcast

The series, Kingdom Voting, explains the importance of utilizing a Biblical filter when exercising our right to vote and how the Word of God rather than a political party affiliation should be the main driving force behind who we choose as the leaders of our nation.

35mins

6 Oct 2020

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All That Jazz with Mark Price

Frankly, I Love Movies

In the final episode of our miniseries From Stage to Screen, Broadway actor Mark Price takes the conversation to the next level, talking about All That Jazz, an autobiographical film about one of theatre’s most interesting figures.

1hr 14mins

22 Sep 2020

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Lord Mark Price CVO

The Reputation Podcast - with Jon Hammond

In this episode, Jon chats to Lord Mark Price about his career, ambitions and leadership style.From humble beginnings as a management trainee at John Lewis, Mark rose to become Managing Director of Waitrose and Deputy Chairman of the John Lewis Partnership before being appointed Government Minister for Trade.His journey is fascinating and is continuing with project such as WORKL and Engaging Business, as well as a prolific output of books and apps. 

45mins

14 Sep 2020

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Podcast with Mark Price

Basketball Time Machine Podcast

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21mins

30 Aug 2020

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Jubilee 2020 – Thursday Night – Mark Price

Duane Sheriff Ministries - Feed

The post Jubilee 2020 – Thursday Night – Mark Price appeared first on Duane Sheriff Ministries.

7 Aug 2020

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Mark Price: Finding Radical Peace During Chaos & Uncertainty

Fiercely Human

Beth Clayton (your host) is a soul-based life coach who loves to help open-hearted people break free from their own self-sabotage, outdated thought patterns, and past pain so they can deepen their relationship with their own soul’s intuition, speak their truth courageously and fulfill their most authentic desires. She knows that creating in our external world is all about going deeper into our internal world and finding our own liberation. She is the creator of multiple group programs, retreats, and transformational workshops, leading hundreds of truth-seekers toward finding freedom and ease in their relationship with themselves, empowerment in their lives, and the ability to take powerful and consistent action toward their dreams.  Mark Price helps to ignite fearlessness and authenticity for creatives and entrepreneurs. With 20 years of experience as an artist and 15 years as a teacher and coach, his mission has always been to help individuals re-engineer their lives from the inside out and create sustainable change. In addition to being the founder of Alchemy Collective, he's taught for Ziva, MNDFL, and The Spring Meditation in New York City, as well as leading various corporate training programs. Mark discovered Vedic meditation after experiencing the effects of PTSD and performance anxiety. He found the effects to be so transformative that he embarked on a 17-month teacher training process which included studies in Rishikesh, India, completion of advanced courses in Vedic knowledge, as well as continued study with some of the preeminent masters of Vedic knowledge. In this session, we will dive into: The phases that we are going through collectively during a pandemic; shock, resilience, and reintegration (destruction and re-birth) How the Vedic law of karma (cause and effect) is playing itself out through the challenges of a global pandemic.  How everything (even negative circumstances) is simply evolution.  How this time is asking us to ask the question (both individually and collectively” to assess, “What is sustainable with what we are doing right now?” How we are in a crisis of systems, and how the current government is reflecting that and serving as a destruction operator.  How darkness is always present to illuminate the light through adversity and expand consciousness.  The importance of taking action born of stillness instead of fear.  How this time is unveiling our communal Gross suggestibility that happiness lives on the other side of constant doing.   How this time is actually grounding our internal peace.  How meditation, stillness, and spiritual practice can generate more powerful, dynamic, and distilled action.  How to ground yourself around family members who disagree or are not interested in growing in the same we are growing.  How resistance is an indication we are on our growth edge. You can find Mark at: www.alchemycollective.org @thealchemycollective on Instagram You can find Beth at: @bethclaytoncoach on Instagram www.soulbodylife.com Grab your free e-book, “The Secrets in Your Sabotage” at www.soulbodylife.com/free-stuff Beth’s TedX RIGHT HERE.

1hr 10mins

24 Jun 2020

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