SO, WHERE ARE ALL THE BOARDS EXPERT MEDICAL OPINIONS ON.......

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    Why does there have to be blame?  He went to more than one back specialist over the past 6 weeks.  Not just RS medical staff.  Who was the specialist in NC 3 or 4 weeks ago?  Then LA?  Do you order all available tests on day one, when all indications are "muscle strain"?  PawsoxPhil has some good perspective.

    Keep in mind that X-rays and MRIs and CTs are all forms of radiation/radio wave stimulation that expose the molecular structure of the body to adverse effects. 
    I am not a doctor, although I can use wikepidia and google...
     
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    except I didn't spell wikipedia right...so I don't pass the medical board...
     
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    my expert medical opinion is that at :43 of this mlb highlight of the game-winner last night, the guys should take better care of the guy w/ the lumbar fracture (or he should stay out of pigpiles!)

    http://mlb.mlb.com/media/video.jsp?content_id=17598949
     
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    In Response to Re: SO, WHERE ARE ALL THE BOARDS EXPERT MEDICAL OPINIONS ON.......:
    [QUOTE]Aren't stress fractures bascially overuse injuries?  I know one person that got a stress fracture in their foot from running and another guy who got a stress in his leg from running. It can be a drag because the stress fracture can occur after the pain starts.  Something starts to hurt.  It doesn't go away.  You try to work through it and eventually a stress fracture occurs.  As I understand it, they are very difficult to see with an xray or an MRI. 
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]

    OVERUSE?
    yeah, i can see that happening. i mean these guys are required to pitch every
    5th day and throw around 100 pitches. probably should go to a 6 man staff and reduce # of pitches to 80.

    what a bunch of wusses.
     
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    Surely there must be highly qualified second opinion medical people in Boston!?
    Why doe a guy with what turns out to be a back stress fracture have to endure long plane rides to Birmingham or L.A.?

    The Redsox Medical staff should have a panel of Boston based Medical experts available to assist!  Not having one is negligent!!
     
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    In Response to Re: SO, WHERE ARE ALL THE BOARDS EXPERT MEDICAL OPINIONS ON.......:
    [QUOTE]my expert medical opinion is that at :43 of this mlb highlight of the game-winner last night, the guys should take better care of the guy w/ the lumbar fracture (or he should stay out of pigpiles!) http://mlb.mlb.com/media/video.jsp?content_id=17598949
    Posted by CTJake14[/QUOTE]  WELL SAID, I SAW THE SAME THING !!
     
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    Aren't stress fractures related to earthquakes?
     
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    http://www.physioroom.com/injuries/back/lower_back_stress_fracture_full.php

    can be exacerbated by sudden growth spurts like putting on weight too quickly. it is ok for a pitcher to be skinny, in fact it helps their longevity. see: lincecum, hallady, lee, smoltz, maddux, randy johnson, etc.
    long term, dominant pitchers are usually fit and slimmer.
    generally when a pitcher is too 'top heavy' they are prone to nagging injuries year after year, typically with the back muscles. see: lester, beckett, bedard ( i am sure there are more examples, i just know the sox the best.)
    as with every single sport core conditioning is essential. pitching is more about using your whole body to propel the ball and your shoulder, elbow, wrist to control the ball.
    buchholz should train mostly around his core and strengthen the tendons along with the muscles by following a regimine heavy on yoga and pilates.
    stretch. hydrate. stretch some more.
     
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    In Response to Re: SO, WHERE ARE ALL THE BOARDS EXPERT MEDICAL OPINIONS ON.......:
    [QUOTE]why did it take this long to find out.sox medical staff is terrible,which is even worse considering boston is the medical capitol of the world
    Posted by udontnojack[/QUOTE]
    our medical staff is just plain bad, but remember the 2004 World Series best Medical Staff ever & then  they got fired  hey Bill thank Theo for that one
     
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