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  • 11/18/2014: Aaron Filets the Birds Listen Now
  • 11/4/2014: Foles, Ryans Hurt as Eagles Fly to NFC East Lead Listen Now

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Cynthia Bir, Ph.D.

Bir, who has a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and is on staff at Wayne State University, is an expert consultant on the ESPN show "Sport Science" as well as the National Geographic show "Fight Science." She is a recognized expert in the physics and physiology of concussions, with numerous research publications and citations. View Guest page

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Kevin Crutchfield, M.D.

Kevin Crutchfield, M.D., director of the Comprehensive Sports Concussion Program at the Sandra and Malcolm Berman Brain & Spine Institute of LifeBridge Health, has been appointed to the National Football League Players Association Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Committee. Dr. Crutchfield has dedicated much of his professional career to the study and treatment of mild brain injury. Many types of mild brain injury, such as concussions, occur from a significant blow to the head, such as a helmet-to-helmet collision in football. Dr. Crutchfield has been a leader in the study of blood flow to the brain and the changes that occur after a concussion occurs. View Guest page

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Peter Davies, Ph.D.

Distinguished professor of pathology and neurology at Long Island Univ., formerly of Albert Einstein Center in Bronx, New York. For 30 years Dr. Davies has won numerous awards for his studies of Alzheimer’s disease, and interfaces with the pharmacological industry to develop new drugs to treat dementia.Dr. Davies has developed exciting treatments for CTE, wherein he has used a model in mice to develop monoclonal antibodies to the mechanism that produces PAU-staining tangles in the brains of boxers and retired NFL football players. Extrapolating this treatment to humans will take approx. 2 years. View Guest page

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Ray Ellis

Ray Ellis is an Ohio Buckeye and ex-NFL’er with the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns. He played defensive back and his career spanned from 1981-1987. His radio show on VoiceAmerica, Ray Ellis Sports, broadcasts every Tuesday from 1pm – 4pm EST. His website is http://www.rayellissports.com/. View Guest page

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Allen Silberman, Ed. D.

Dr. Silberman practices psychotherapy in the Philadelphia area. He is a Vietnam veteran and has been involved in education and healthcare for 40 years. He has traveled extensively, including living in Europe for an extended period of time. He is also a licensed pilot and can be found piloting his plain around the United States on the weekends. Dr. Silberman specializes in cognitive testing, emotional therapy and psychotherapy. View Guest page

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Helen Struckman, M.A., L.P.C.

Helen Struckmann, a licensed professional counselor, has worked in the counseling field for over 17 years. She has maintained a private practice in Delaware County Pennsylvania for over 9 years. She specializes in chronic pain. View Guest page

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Aaron Filets the Birds

November 18, 2014
Hosted by Dr. Bruce Grossinger

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Please tune in to the newest edition of Bruce the Sports Doc, where we dialog the thorough destruction of the Eagles by Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. We break down the good, the bad, and mostly , the ugly parts of the game. We highlight the Rams' upset of the Denver Broncos, discuss the BCS rankings and our picks to finish in the top 4, and finish with a segment on PRP, the most exciting new treatment in sports medicine. Game on!

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Bruce the Sports Doc

Tuesday at 2 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel

The goal of our show is elucidate the link between sports and medicine, with an emphasis on sports injuries such as concussions and spinal injuries. Our guests will include present and former professional athletes, high school and collegiate athletes and thought leaders such as researchers, administrators and healthcare professionals such as neuroscientists.

Dr. Grossinger will use his medical training to make the issues surrounding sports injuries easily accessible you as a listener and participant. We will educate you on advances in sports techniques, equipment and medicine, including but not limited to treatments, methodologies and technology. When appropriate, sports and medical professionals will be brought in to offer knowledge and expertise.

During the NFL season, Dr. Grossinger will review and analyze the most significant injuries of the past week. Tune in to Bruce the Sports Doc, broadcast live every Tuesdays at 2 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Sports.

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Dr. Bruce Grossinger

Dr. Bruce Grossinger is a board-certified Neurologist and Pain Medicine doctor. He has an interest in Sports and Occupational medicine and diagnostic medicine of the brain and nervous system. He graduated Magna cum Laude from Lehigh University and completed medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He served his neurology residency at New York Medical College and was a fellow in Electrodiagnostic testing at the University of Louisville.

Dr. Grossinger is the founder and managing partner of a successful group medical practice in the Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Greater Wilmington, Delaware area. His practice is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Dr. Grossinger holds six board certifications, including Neurology, Pain Medicine, Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and Independent Medical Examiner.

Dr. Grossinger is the Director of the National Sports Concussion Program, which affords him regular contact with other professionals in the brain injury arena. As a neurologist Dr. Grossinger is acutely aware of the need of a national dialogue and action regarding sports concussion injuries.

Dr. Grossinger is married and has two children. He is a passionate Philadelphia sports fan and a national sports enthusiast. He was a budding ice hockey, tennis and golf player in school and has coached soccer, basketball and baseball.

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