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Becker's Orthopedic & Spine Review Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Future of The Biologics Alliance

Becker's Orthopedic & Spine Review Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Future of The Biologics Alliance

Best Life Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Why the Annual Holiday Football Game May Land You in the E.R.

Best Life Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Why the Annual Holiday Football Game May Land You in the E.R.

Medicine, We're Still Practicing Podcast Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Sports Injuries and Human Longevity

Dr. Bert Mandelbaum joins Dr. Steven Taback and Bill Curtis to discuss sports injuries and human longevity.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Interviews Dr. Bert Mandelbaum About Atlanta Falcons TE Austin Hooper's MCL Injury

1. HILL, STOCKER ARE NEXT UP: While Falcons coach Dan Quinn apparently is waiting on one of those miracle football healings, running back Devonta Freeman (foot sprain) and tight end Austin Hooper (sprained MCL in his knee) appear set to miss some ...

Best Life Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Tiny Health Adjustments That Can Change Your Life After 40

Every day presents a new—and important—opportunity to reinvest in your health. And when you're in your 40s and beyond, it's particularly important to seize any chance you get to make a health adjustment. After all, getting ...

Medscape Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Exercising in Extreme Heat and How to Avoid Hyperthermia

Heat stroke is the leading cause of weather-related deaths in the United States, claiming more lives in 2018 than tornadoes and floods combined, according to data from the National Weather Service. And it doesn't discriminate: A professional ...

Thrive Global Asks Dr. Mandelbaum How to Get the Most Out of Your At-Home Workout

“At-home fitness” was once a term that conjured up images of a lone stationary bike whose main function was to hold piles of clothes that never made their way into your closet. Today, exercising at home has an entirely new connotation ...

Dr. Mandelbaum Provides Best Life Doctor-Approved Health Habits

As humans, we’re all creatures of habit. But oftentimes, habits—smoking, drinking, slamming snooze (twice) every morning—are frowned upon. Not all habits, however, are negative. In fact, some can actually improve your life. ...

Best Life Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Habits Proven to Slow Down Aging

Though inevitable, the aging process is hardly pleasant. Between the aching joints, sagging skin, and constantly forgetting where your keys are, there’s a reason why people dread getting older so much. However, just because you are older ...

Prevention Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About How to Stay Cool During a Heat Wave

Summer and hot weather go together like PB&J, but there’s about to be some incredibly intense heat blanketing two-thirds of the U.S. through the weekend. A large dome of high pressure will send temperatures into the 90s and 100s across most ...

Dr. Mandelbaum Provides Medscape Mountain Climbing Survival Tips

Robert D. Glatter, MD: Hi. I'm Dr Robert Glatter, editorial member and advisor for Medscape Emergency Medicine. With the recent spate of deaths of climbers on Mount Everest filling the news, it seems like a good time to review the dangers ...

POPSUGAR Fitness Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About What Causes Those Painful Muscle Cramps and How to Prevent Them

If you've ever been struck by muscle cramps mid-workout, you know how excruciating they can be. But what causes cramps, exactly, and is there anything you can do to prevent them? POPSUGAR Fitness posed this question to Bert Mandelbaum, MD to get ...

Orthopedics Today Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About If Fixed, Adjustable Loop Devices Lead to Good ACL Reconstruction Results

According to recently published results, good clinical and radiological outcomes were seen with both fixed and adjustable loop cortical suspension devices in ACL reconstruction. No significant differences were seen with regard to synovial coverage ...

KNX-AM 1070 Interviews Dr. Bert Mandelbaum About: If Gut Bacteria May Help Elite Athletes

KNX-AM 1070 Interviews Dr. Bert Mandelbaum About: If Gut Bacteria May Help Elite Athletes Listen to the interview here

Medscape Asks Dr. Bert Mandelbaum What We Can Learn From Our Ancestors to Regain the American Lifespan

In 2017, the United States crossed a grim threshold: Average life expectancy decreased for the third year in a row. [1] At first glance, the drop in life expectancy looks like a blip. Other developed nations also experienced a decline around 2015, ...

Best Life Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Subtle Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

Most doctors worth their weight in medical degrees agree that by maintaining a balanced diet, leading an active lifestyle, and scheduling regular checkups, you’re on the right track when it comes to your health. But the truth is, healthy living ...

Thrive Global Asks Dr. Mandelbaum How to Get the Most Out of Your Workout

Whether you’re a person who can’t wait for their next trip to the gym or 5K run, or someone who is still working to make working out a priority, we all want to make sure that every minute we spend exercising counts. It’s also ...

Dr. Mandelbaum Discusses with FIFA.com Concacaf Doping Control Officers’ Preparedness for the Gold Cup

Member associations and confederations are key collaborators in the global fight against doping and FIFA has a network of trained doping control officers (DCOs) around the world, who are all medical doctors. One of the main pillars of FIFA’s ...

Thrive Global Asks Dr. Mandelbaum About How to Sneak a Workout into Your Day

It can be tempting — and, let’s face it, a convenient excuse — to think you can only get a real workout at the gym. Of course, that’s not true. Simple things like walking the dog, raking leaves, lifting grocery bags, or taking ...

Dr. Mandelbaum Discusses the Link Between Doctor-targeted Marketing of Opioid Products and the Increase of Overdoses

Dr. Bert Mandelbaum is interviewed by KNX-AM 1070 about the link between doctor-targeted marketing of opioid products and the increase in U.S. deaths from overdoses. Listen to the interview by clicking here.

Medscape Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About Swimming With Sharks: How His Passion Led to a Deeper Appreciation

Swimming With Sharks: How One Doctor's Passion Led to a Deeper Appreciation Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD, DHL (Hon) December 27, 2018 Whenever I can, I dive with sharks. As a teen, I developed a passion for these apex predators. I love to watch and ...

Medscape Asks Dr. Bert Mandelbaum About Orthobiologics for Knee Osteoarthritis: Fact, Fiction, or Fantasy?

Orthobiologics for Knee Osteoarthritis: Fact, Fiction, or Fantasy? Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD, DHL (Hon) December 17, 2018 Faced with both exciting new research and dangerous hype about such treatments as platelet-rich plasma and stem cells for ...

Dr. Bert Mandelbaum Explains to Reader’s Digest Why It’s Important to Move Your Body Daily

Readers Digest interviewed Dr Mandelbaum on the reasons why daily body movement is a key part of life! "Whether you’re the competitor or a spectator, there is a visceral response to engaging in or watching competition that is fascinating ...

Meet The Doctors Podcast Interviews Dr. Mandelbaum About His Career in Medicine

Dr. Bert Mandelbaum is known as one of the top knee doctors of L.A. He has also been the U.S. national soccer team physician for six Olympic Games and seven World Cup tournaments. In this podcast, Dr Mandelbaum discusses his vision for creating the ...

Soccer Wire: Dr. Bert Mandelbaum Named Associate Chief Medical Officer of Major League Soccer

NEW YORK (Via MLS) – Major League Soccer today announced that Dr. Margot Putukian, a highly accomplished and experienced sports physician, administrator and researcher, has been named the League’s new Chief Medical Officer (CMO). Dr. ...
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