Team Physicians: NHL vs. NBA; Motivation for Fitness

Episode 14.25 with Hosts Steve Kashul and Dr. Brian Cole. Broadcasting on ESPN Chicago 1000 AM Radio, Saturdays at 8:30 AM/c.

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Segment One – Dr. Michael Terry, Associate Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery-Head Team Physician, Chicago Blackhawks from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine talks with Dr. Cole about similarities and differences in managing injuries in professional hockey vs. professional basketball. Dr. Terry is the Head Team Physician, Chicago Blackhawks, Team Physician, USA Men’s Volleyball and Team Physician, Northwestern University Varsity Athletics. Specialties include hip, knee and shoulder arthroscopic reconstruction and shoulder replacement. Dr. Terry is a board certified orthopedic surgeon educated at the University of Chicago, Steadman-Hawkins Clinic and Hospital for Special Surgery.

Segment Two – Brian Lyons, NSCA, PTAG, IYCA, NASM, RTS, CHEK, from Midtown Athletic Club discusses why 80% of the American population is still not exercising on a regular basis and how to use an easy system for identifying your training style and tapping into your intrinsic motivation for movement. Learn what Midtown does for all kids (athletes & non athletes) to increase adherence to a regular exercise program.

Midtown Athletic Club Oak Park is a state-of-the-art boutique fitness facility with the latest equipment, training programs, group fitness, cycling, Pilates, yoga and specialty programs that include small group training and sports performance training for youth, high school and college athletes. Whether you’re looking to get fit, improve your performance on the field or court, or simply add more fun into your routine, they can help you reach your goals at Midtown-Oak Park.

Midtown is buzzing with excitement over the addition of OMNIA, an innovative new way for you to experience a total-body workout. Omnia will boost your strength, endurance, speed, flexibility, stability, and coordination.