In the coming weeks, I am going to reopen Sports Medicine University – our educational and networking site for healthcare professionals that Gen the 10 Young woman reading smartphonework in sports medicine. I’ll share more details soon, but if you want more information, click here for more information.

Book I read this week: The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles by Steven Pressfield. As I said last week, I’ve had three of Pressfield’s nonfiction books on my iPad for months. When Bo Eason read from The Warrior Ethos at World’s Greatest Speaker Training, I knew I needed to read Pressfield’s work. The War of Art is amazing. I highlighted phrases and took notes throughout the book. I couldn’t put it down, and I read it in one sitting. I suspect I’ll read this book many more times. If you are pursuing any kind of creative endeavor like writing, painting or speaking, you should get this book and devour Pressfield’ wisdom.

Book I’m reading next week: Do the Work: Overcome Resistance and Get Out of Your Own Way by Steven Pressfield. The War of Art made such an impression on me that I am going to read his other nonfiction works. Next up for me is Do the Work. Get it, and let’s learn from it together!

I hope you like these articles!


Sports Medicine
I wrote a newspaper column about this debate a few years ago. Running with prosthetic lower-limbs: an advantage or disadvantage? in Medical News Today

How effective are different treatments for hamstring injuries? Efficacy of rehabilitation (lengthening) exercises, platelet-rich plasma injections, and other conservative interventions in acute hamstring injuries: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis by Haiko IMFL Pas, Gustaaf Reurink, Johannes L Tol, Adam Weir, Marinus Winters, and Maarten H Moen in British Journal of Sports Medicine

I’m asked about high heels by many of my female patients: Science Weighs In on High Heels by Gretchen Reynolds in The New York Times

Wow! 44,000 in-flight medical emergencies occur each year! Medical emergencies in the sky: What happens if you get ill on a plane? by A. Pawlowski in Today

Social Media and Communication
What do you think the role of Periscope is? Periscope is the Least Interesting Thing I’ve Ever Seen by Chris Brogan in ChrisBrogan.comIcons cube

What do you think? Are people generally authentic online? Is it better to be honest or nice on the social web? by Mark Schaefer in

Productivity and Self Improvement
I love this comparison of replication creators and skilled creators. Well worth a read: How the Internet, Dopamine and your Brain are Working Together to Screw Your Potential. by Anthony Richardson in Medium

I promise that this article is worth the 3 minutes it will take to read it: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet For Reinventing Yourself by James Altucher in

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