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Scott Van Appledorn, MD, urologist at EvergreenHealth and Washington Urology Associates educates us on what testicular cancer is and the importance of routine physical exams.
Dr. Paul K. Mayeda, MD, family physician at Lakeshore Clinic tells us the difference between a cold and the flu.
Dr. Seibert, Orthopedic surgeon from Orthopedic Physician Associates, shares his knowledge of a Jones fracture on IRG’s Sports Medicine Update with Shannon O’Kelley Physical Therapist and President of Integrated Rehabilitation Group. He specializes inContinue Reading
In his new book, Just Tell Me I Can’t: How Jamie Moyer Defied the Radar Gun and Defeated Time, it talks about how Jamie was a great competitor and a guy who persevered despite being told ‘you can’t’ time and again. That competitive spirit and belief inContinue Reading
Fibromyalgia is characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. Symptoms sometimes start after trauma, surgery, infection or significant psychological stress. In other cases, symptoms gradually acContinue Reading
Shannon O’Kelley, President of Integrated Rehabilitation Group is joined by guests from the Everett Aquasox: Chris Love Training Coach and players Jason Markovitz and Stephen Pryor.
Jamie Moyer talks with Shannon O’Kelley about his “new elbow” and what it was like going through his Tommy John surgery and his rehab. Jamie also discusses his record breaking win as well as his foundation’s fundraiser luncheon. It was an honor to chaContinue Reading
Dr. Stanley Herring, Director of Sports, Spine and Orthopaedic Health for UW Medicine and Co-Medical Director of the Seattle Sports Concussion Program, shares his knowledge about concussions and the Zackery Lystedt Law on IRG’s Sports Medicine Update wContinue Reading
Shannon O’Kelley, President of Integrated Rehabilitation Group is joined by guest Dr. Shawn Iadonato to discuss MS (Multiple Sclerosis).