Episode 1: Dr. Mary Mulcahey; Sports in COVID and All Things ACL (Part I‪)‬

Episode 1 starts off with a quick discussion on COVID-19 and its impact on sports before moving into our main topic of ACL injuries. We’ll chat about some of the COVID protocols that were put in place to ensure the safety of all our athletes during their seasons, as well as optimizing a safe return to sports after recovering from COVID-19 infection. After wrapping up our COVID discussion, we’ll then move on to the fun stuff: ACL injuries! We have three great articles for you that really contribute well the conversation on how to best prevent and manage ACL injuries. We’re excited to have Dr. Mary Mulcahey join us for this discussion. Dr. Mulcahey is an orthopedic sports medicine surgeon at Tulane University where she serves as the director of the Women’s Sports Medicine Program and is a team physician for numerous high school, collegiate and professional sports teams.

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The Sports Docs Podcast logo The Sports Docs The Sports Docs – Dr. Logan & Dr. Bassett – are friends & former co-residents from the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program, who went onto esteemed sports medicine fellowships at The Steadman Clinic and The Rothman Institute, respectively. Dr. Logan practices in Denver, CO, and serves as Head League Physician of the Premier Lacrosse League & as a team physician for U.S. Ski & Snowboard. Dr. Bassett is the director of the Women’s Sports Medicine Center at the Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey and practices across northern NJ, primarily in Morris and Sussex Counties.

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