ICYMI: Outtakes from The Rob Dibble Show March 2018

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Did you miss the March 2018 live broadcast of The Rob Dibble Show featuring Hartford HealthCare‘s Eric Smullen and Durgesh Nargarkatti? Check out these podcasts and you’ll be completely up-to-date on golf swing analysis and . These podcasts are free for download or streaming!

The Rob Dibble Show podcast: Adolescent Injury Prevention

In many sports, speed and velocity are huge assets. But how does a human being create these assets without injury? Preventing that injury – especially in young athletes – is exactly what Dr. Durgesh Nagarkatti does. He’s a pediatric orthopedist.

The Rob Dibble Show: Golf Swing Analysis

In golf, the swing is the thing. If you get it right, it can improve your performance and help prevent injury. Analyzing that swing scientifically is a service of the Bone & Joint Institute Center for Musculoskeletal Health – and not just for high-end athletes. Eric Smullen is the Vice President of the Hartford HealthCare Rehabilitation Network.

The Rob Dibble Show: Westminster School Golf Team

Westminster School in Simsbury is a top-notch destination for future golfers. Give credit to 28-year head coach Greg Marco. He recently took his students to the Bone & Joint Institute for golf swing analysis and 3D assessments and was impressed, as he expressed in his interview with Rob and co-host Ben Darnell.

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