Episode 16.06 with Hosts Steve Kashul and Dr. Brian Cole. Broadcasting on ESPN Chicago 1000 WMVP-AM Radio, Saturdays from 8:30 to 9:00 AM/c.
Segment One: Dr. Brian Cole explains the NeoCart Study process along with the clinical research program at Midwest Orthopaedics & Rush University Medical Center; finding new solutions in the treatment of arthritis and other cartilage loss & defects.
Have you been told you should have, might need or could benefit from microfracture surgery?
Cartilage damage can be caused by athletic activity, traumatic injury, and even daily wear and tear. Symptoms of an injury can include aching, pain, swelling, locking, catching or giving way of the knee.
If you answered yes to these questions, you may be eligible to participate in a company-sponsored Phase 3 clinical trial for treatment of cartilage injury in a select group of patients with articular cartilage damage in the knee. To learn more about this trial, Call 708.221.9988 & visit www.neocartimplant.com
Segment Two: Chicago Decathlon board member Tom Davis talks about the August 6-7 event to be held at Lane Tech High School for the benefit of the Pediatric Cancer Program and Rush University Medical Center.
The specialists at Rush Children’s Hospital, home to Chicago’s largest pediatric sarcoma program, work tirelessly to address the disparities facing pediatric cancer patients. Together with Rush’s friends and supporters, these specialists do everything possible to give their patients the most effective surgical and clinical treatments, compassionate care and a fighting chance to survive and thrive. The CHICAGO Decathlon brings together Chicago’s business leaders for a competitive athletic event akin to the NFL Scouting Combine to support that program.
Segment Three: Dr. Cole discusses the types of injuries being seen with start of the Little League season. Throwing injuries of the shoulder and elbow due to high velocity pitching, high pitch counts, poor technique and repetitive overuse; symptoms, education and treatment.