Successful Weight Loss; In sports, who’s really ‘old’?; The 3 Phases of Muscle Healing

Episode 17.04 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.

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Segment One (01:38): Steven Mauk from Revolution Physical Therapy & Weight Loss talks about the definition of successful weight loss, sustaining weight loss, fitness vs. fatness and how to start with exercise and nutrition if you want to lose weight.

Why Revolution?Revolution PT & WL is very different: You will be treated as if you are their only patient, with a customized treatment plan that will allow you to progress at your own pace. Revolution is large enough to offer you all the rehabilitation and weight loss services you require…  but personal enough to offer you a very hands on specialized care. They care for amateur, high school, Olympic, and professional athletes as well as non-athletic patients.

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Segment Two (12:02): Dr. Cole and Steve discuss the changes that occur in aging athletes, types of injuries, nutrition, training and cardiac issues. Read more in the related post: In sports, who’s really ‘old’?

Tom Brady became the second-oldest NFL quarterback to win the Super Bowl this year, at 39. He also holds the record for most Super Bowl victories with five.


Segment Three (22:26): Brian Whittington PT, DPT, CMTPT from Athletico Physical Therapy discusses the Three Phases of Muscle Healing: Destruction, Repair and Healing through effective soft tissue techniques. Read more in the related post: Understanding the 3 Phases of Muscle Healing

Brian received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2008 from the Medical University of South Carolina, and has been practicing outpatient orthopedics since. He has a background in treating post-operative knees and shoulders as well as working with a variety of overhead athletes. Other extensive experience includes treating workers compensation and chronic pain patients. Brian has taken his orthopedic experience into the home healthy setting as well. Providing patient education and being a resource for overall health and wellness, is an important component of Brian’s patient care.