I never did a podcast prior to a few months ago, but I’m starting to really like them, mostly bc of the spontaneous, unscripted format...(i may regret that in the future 😳) it thanks @theginnishow for having me...it was a blast 🙏😬
Doing my part for the #verifyhealthcare movement by @austinchiangmd to encourage transparency of credentials online for public awareness...
Here are mine....
~Baylor University -St George’s School of Medicine -Phoenix Integrated Surgical Residency, University of Arizona -Morristown Memorial Surgical Residency - Mount Sinaí School of Medicine Affiliate
-Fellowship in Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery - Albert Einstein Univ Hospitals -Advanced Endovascular Techniques - BIDMS, Harvard University Hospitals -Board Certified, American Board of Surgery -Fellow, American College of Surgeons and International College of Surgeons
Novel procedures developed/Research interests: -Endovascular treatment of tumors include fibroid tumors no incisions using a small artery in the wrist- deep venous disease, pelvic congestion, vascular malformations and lymphedema. Specialize in interventional and traditional surgical managment of these diseases, as well complex and reoperative abdominal wall reconstruction and hernia repair.
I always workout in the morning (at least the first one for the day). Mostly because with surgery, you never know when your day will end. @runnersworldmag article on @runnersworldmag asked me to give some tips about how to prepare the night before to make your morning workout less torture and more effective. take a read!
New article on @thisisinsider today about mistakes we commonly make ordering drinks on flights, and how to avoid them. Unfortunately for me, “ordering too few drinks” wasn’t one of the choices....so i guess i’ll stick to my regular habits 😜 #health#travel#diet
Some people prefer more passive recovery. Anyone that knows me will tell you ZERO chance that is happening with me. Medical treatment changes every few years and what was once gospel is often regarded as garbage one decade later. I’ve seen that phenomenon happen so many times, i typically make decisions that follow logic rather than the idea du jour, both professionally and personally. Most of my research on my injury showed that the trends in Orthopedics now indicate that early mobilization and aggressive rehab result in a faster return to function than the immobilization that was the treatment until recently. I was told it would be 3 months at least before I gained any decent range of motion back after fracture/dislocation of my left arm. 6 weeks post injury, and back in action with @jeremiah.maestre 👊🏽. Brother, i can’t say i wasn’t afraid of seeing you today 😂. thanks so much for making time in your schedule for me🙏 I’ll stick to my active recovery, and maybe i’ll become a southpaw😜 #winning@hollywoodhino time to work on that stingin jab 😂