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HEAD TYROLIA in einer neuen starken Saison. Die Racingstars von heute und morgen im Interview. Treffen Sie Marco Büchel, Bode Miller, Dider Cuche, Johann Grugger und viele andere beim Skifahren. Spannendes Interview privat und beruflich. Ski qupiment, professional wintersport, freeride Skiing for men & women. Skifahren, Carving, Racing Equipment für Frauen. 13 Spezialistinnen entwickeln die neue Kollektion für HEAD TYROLIA: Von Frauen für Frauen!
 
Step into The Call Room with Dr. Robert Berry as he gives you an inside perspective into health, fitness, medicine and the politics and policies of healthcare. As an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, Dr. Berry cares for athletes young and old. He performs surgery and provides conservative care for all types of musculoskeletal conditions. As the medical director for sports medicine for one of the largest Health Care Systems in Texas, he gives an insiders perspective on whats ...
 
A high altitude mountaineer travels through sub-zero temperatures, scales treacherous terrain, and carries hundreds of pounds of supplies. Many of us have very little in common with this person. We don’t need to worry about the lack of oxygen in the air or the extent of frostbite in our toes. Yet, we are all human. There are certain ideas which apply to all of us, no matter if we are standing at 29,029 feet or sea level. Why is it important to step outside of our comfort zone? How do we weig ...
 
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Today on The Call Room, we’re talking about informed consent and why it’s important to consider when advising an athlete to return to sports after an injury. This episode was sparked from recent conversations I've been seeing online and I thought it would be great to share my own thoughts to further the conversation. Listen in to learn about the fa…
 
Today we’re talking about what factors are contributing to increased healthcare costs. Join me to better understand the health insurance industry, the widening pay gap between the administrative side of healthcare and the actual service providers. We'll discuss where premiums come from and I'll share insight about better ways to approach your healt…
 
Today we’re talking about Tiger Woods’s recent car accident. We discuss what we know about his condition, the types of injuries he sustained, and how they could impact his recovery and future on the golf course. And we’ll dive deeper into the severity of his injuries from least to most concerning. "Tiger's probably one of the most mentally discipli…
 
Today we're talking about the spread of the covid-19 virus, vaccines, testing and lockdowns. Can we as a nation re-open and resume normalcy that we once knew? With new leadership in the United States, and a year since covid has started, we are locked down more than we ever were. Dismissed recommendations are now being reconsidered, no standards on …
 
Listen in to learn about the reality of the No Surprise Medical Bills Act that's in front of Congress and what needs to change before it's passed. "Having an insurance plan does not guarantee care. You may have coverage, but that does not equal care." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and gues…
 
Listen in to learn about the most common ski injuries, what you can do to prevent them, and how you can prepare to have a fun and safe ski outing. "When all of us who are flatlanders head up to the mountain, if you are not acclimated, it takes or so to get acclimated to the altitude." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented i…
 
Listen in to learn more about the transmission of COVID-19, the actual risk of asymptomatic spread, and what you need to know to wear a mask effectively. "I think an important differential between COVID and the flu is that COVID tends to prey on the elderly and those with comorbidities." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presente…
 
Listen in to learn about the myth of the athletic scholarship, how to best prepare for your child's future, and why it may not be the best investment. "I don't think that any 9 or 10 year-old has got their path set out in front of them, despite what parents think." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the…
 
Listen in to learn the difference between a DO and an MD, where the osteopathic medical practice came from, and what they have brought to modern medicine. "What's the difference between osteopathic medical school and allopathic medical school? It really comes down to those first four years of training." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Info…
 
Listen in to learn about the recent NFL injury that shocked the league, what is in Dak Prescot's future, and why it might not be so bleak. "Dak had actually turned down a contract last year that would have made him one of the highest-paid quarterbacks in history." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the …
 
Learn why a shoulder dislocation should always be treated early for long term stability and to make a return to sports a sustainable decision. "As an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, this is one of the most common things that I and my colleagues see." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of…
 
Listen in to learn how the NFL has handled the pandemic compared to other sports leagues, and the new developments that could halt the NFL season. "An ideal test would have a 100% sensitivity and a 100% specificity." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be considered med…
 
Listen in to learn about the rise in mental health crises and suicides during the pandemic, what to look out for in those you love, and how you can help. "If you listen to the news and you are looking at any of the statistics, you know that suicides and attempted suicides are on the rise." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presen…
 
Listen in to today's episode to learn how college football is reacting and maybe overreacting to the pandemic, and why they may not need to be so careful. "With all of us looking at the same data, how is it that certain football conferences have decided to stay open and others have stayed closed?" - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Informatio…
 
Listen in to learn the information and misinformation out there about surgeries for ACL injuries, and the many factors that lead to success. "I often get asked what I do differently for professional athletes that's different than other patients, and the answer is absolutely nothing." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is…
 
Whether you want to get back on the field or back to playing with your grandkids, this episode will answer the questions you may have on knee replacements. "If you have a partial or total knee replacement, there are going to be some things that you are still not going to be able to do that you may have been able to do with a natural knee." - Dr. Ro…
 
Listen in to today's episode to learn about cartilage transplants, how they relieve us of our join pain, and what to know before getting one yourself. "When I've gone back and looked at these transplants, it's pretty remarkable how the cartilage grows back and fills in those defects." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented i…
 
Listen in to learn about the recent studies and research regarding young people and school and their effectiveness in spreading and getting COVID-19. "We want to use evidence in order to make decisions. That's how we as physicians make medical decisions." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and …
 
From the intricacies of it's symptoms to the basics of it's prevention, listen in to learn everything about heat illness and how to stay safe this summer. "Heat illness should never take a life, it is 100% preventable." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be considered …
 
Listen in to learn about the Female Athletic Triad, how it affects women and where it comes from, and what can be done to prevent it. "If you're experiencing pain and you're not recovering, that's probably a good time to seek help." - Dr. Rathna Nuti. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be…
 
Listen in to learn all about masks, how they can help protect you from the coronavirus, and how conflicting viewpoints on their use have come up. "The vast majority of individuals who test positive for Coronavirus are going to do fine and going to recover." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host an…
 
Listen in to learn how Drew Morgan works with elite performers, what he has seen often get in their way, and what you can do to overcome it yourself. "It's all about using our mind, which controls everything we do, and learning how to use it more effectively." - Drew Morgan, MBA, MA. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the …
 
Learn how the prescribing process has changed over time, how the costs have increased over the years, and what you can do to minimize what you pay. "Pharmacy benefit managers have taken advantage of their position as middlemen." - Sarah Priestle. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be cons…
 
Listen in to learn how overuse injuries in sports occur, why they occur so much in young people, and what can be done to help overcome this problem. "I quickly became aware that sports don't have an off-season in Texas." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host and guests and should not be considered…
 
Listen in to learn more about the recently introduced TRACE Act, and how our government is hoping they can use it to slow the spread of COVID-19. "The flattening of the curve was to prevent overwhelming of our healthcare system. It doesn't prevent the inevitability of spread." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the op…
 
On today's episode, we're doing a deep dive into why healthcare is so expensive, how it has changed over the years, and what we can all do to change it. “Insurance companies are in the business of making money.” – Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented are the opinions of the host and guests and should not be considered medica…
 
Listen in to learn how the recent developments in COVID-19, executive orders, and current events impacts Americans in this age of the COVID-19 pandemic. "We're in a position today in 2020 going back to rely on case law from 1905 that dealt with forced vaccinations." - Don Kaiser. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion of the host…
 
Listen in as we get into the new data surrounding COVID-19, the power of herd immunity in past pandemics, and how we can help fight this together. "For the countries that have gone before us, there will be the opportunity to learn lessons on things they did well and things they did not so well." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information …
 
We're talking about new ideas in the treatment of COVID-19, why creating treatments is so difficult, and how to protect ourselves through critical analysis. "I wanted to talk with all of you about what we're seeing as the latest treatments in what is and isn't working." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented is the opinion o…
 
Listen in as we go over the preliminary results of this new study out of USC, what it means for our health, and what it means for the country as a whole. "The more people that have been exposed to the virus who have developed antibodies and recovered, will certainly protect the population." - Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information prese…
 
Welcome to the first episode of The Call Room. Listen in as we go in depth on COVID-19: it's origins, the current impact it has had on our communities and economy, and the possibilities in our future. “If we're going to stop a public health crisis, all of us need to cooperate.” – Dr. Robert Berry. Waiver/legal notice: Information presented are the …
 
Welcome to The Call Room, a podcast with an inside perspective into health, wellness, fitness, medicine and the politics and policies effecting healthcare. "We're going to have a discussion, we're going to answer your questions, just like when you go to the doctor and you sit down and they answer your questions. We're going to do the same in The Ca…
 
In today’s episode, we’ll cover the relationship between people, land, and how we use the land. My guest is Len Necefer, a Professor with appointments in American Indian Studies and the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy at the University of Arizona. Len’s newest film, "Welcome to Gwichyaa Zhee" explores the impact of opening the Arctic Nati…
 
Scott Johnston is the co-owner and head coach of Uphill Athlete, a specialized training platform that includes a couple of books, a website with a host of resources, training plans, stories, and articles, and personalized coaching for uphill athletes. On today’s show, we’ll talk about his newest book with Steve House and Kilian Jornet, Training for…
 
Caroline Gleich is a professional ski mountaineer, endurance athlete, and environmental activist. This past fall, she climbed and skied Cho Oyu, the sixth highest mountain in the world. On today’s episode, we’ll talk about that adventure, where she faced a spell of high altitude pulmonary edema (hape) that threatened her chances at summitting. Late…
 
Bethany Hughes (Fidgit) and Lauren Reed (Neon) are in the midst of a daunting project: hiking (and occasionally paddling and cycling) from the southern tip of Argentina to the northern tip of Alaska. The 20,000 mile journey is expected to take 5 or 6 years, and in this interview, they join from Medellín, Colombia, about 2.5 years into their journey…
 
Modern Huntsman is bi-annual magazine that works to restore the perception of hunting in our modern society by curating stories, pictures, recipes, and more. On today’s episode, I talk with the CEO and Co-founder Brad Neathery and Editor in Chief Tyler Sharp about why hunting has gained a certain reputation - from the influences of hunting companie…
 
Dr. Robb Gaffney is a psychiatrist, former extreme skier, and author of Squallywood: a guide to Squaw Valley’s most extreme lines. In this episode, we’ll talk about the brain and risk taking, social contagion, and ways to encourage the next generation to take more responsible risks. Robb is also part of a movement to Keep Squaw True, as unwanted re…
 
Chris Warner is a well established mountaineer who has been climbing and guiding for several decades, a leadership educator, and the founder of Earth Treks climbing gyms. Last year, Chris attempted to climb the third highest mountain in the world, Kangchenjunga, but the summit escaped him. This season, he decided to give it another go. This episode…
 
Pete Ripmaster is the winner of the 2018 Iditarod Trail Invitational. You’ve probably heard of the Iditarod before, and you might think it’s bizarre to be pulled by a bunch of dogs in sub-zero temperatures in the Alaskan wilderness. But that’s not the Iditarod that Pete won. He did the same course - 1,000 miles and 50 degrees below zero - in the fo…
 
Chris McNamera is the founder of Outdoor Gear Lab, Tech Gear Lab, and Supertopo. If you are a climber or gear head, there’s a chance you’ve heard of these. He’s also well respected climber, holds some serious big wall speed records and has climbed El Cap 80 plus times. In the early 2000s, Chris was one of the pioneers of wingsuit base jumping, but …
 
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