ICYMI: Highlights from The Rob Dibble Show June 2018

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Did you miss the June 2018 live broadcast of The Rob Dibble Show featuring Hartford HealthCare‘s Dr. Cliff Rios and physical therapist Sarah Emlaw? Check out these podcasts and you’ll be completely up-to-date. The Connect To Healthier podcasts are free for streaming or download. Get them on Google Play, SoundCloud, iTunes, and Stitcher as well as our website.

The Rob Dibble Show podcast: Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Cliff Rios

Hartford HealthCare’s Dr. Cliff Rios joins Rob and his co-host, Ben Darnell, to talk sports medicine. It is, after all, Dr. Rios’ expertise. He highlights ACL treatment, younger athletes and sports specialization, and settling into the new building that is the Bone & Joint Institute – not quite two years old!

The Rob Dibble Show podcast: Physical Therapist Sarah Emlaw

Sarah Emlaw is a physical therapist with the Center for Musculoskeletal Health at the Hartford HealthCare Bone & Joint Institute, wherein you’ll find our motion lab. It’s the place where you can analyze your body’s mechanics: running, swinging, batting, golfing, tennis (you get the idea). And she just put Rob’s co-host, Ben Darnell, through his paces to check out his golf swing.

The Connect To Healthier podcasts are free for streaming or download. Get them on Google Play, SoundCloud, iTunes, and Stitcher as well as our website


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