The Call Room
with Dr. Robert Berry
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As the Orthopedic Medical Director for sports medicine for one of the largest Health Care Systems in Texas, Dr. Robert Berry gives an insider’s perspective on what’s wrong with healthcare and how we can fix the broken system.
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Access the latest episodes of The Call Room. Gain insider’s access into the world of health, fitness, medicine and the politics and policies of healthcare.
34 How to Choose a Running Shoe to Avoid Injury
As the weather is changing and people are beginning to increase physical activities, many different types of injuries can arise if the wrong footwear is being used. Today on the podcast we’re discussing how to avoid those injuries, and how to choose a running shoe to...
33 Dr. Saba Rizvi, MD – Is Private Equity Hurting Healthcare and Driving up Costs at the Expense of Patient Care?
Welcome to today’s episode of The Call Room. Today on the podcast, we have with us Dr. Saba Rizvi, MD, an emergency medicine physician. Dr. Rizvi is also currently studying to earn her law degree at Baylor University. Dr. Rizvi recently published an article in...
32 Informed Consent for Athletes and Return to Play – Who should Decide When it’s Safe to Return to Sports after Surgery
Today on The Call Room, we’re talking about informed consent and why it’s important to consider when advising an athlete to return to sports after an injury. Listen in to learn about the factors involved when advising an injured athlete about their return to sports,...
31 Who is Really Driving Healthcare Costs?
On today's episode of The Call Room, we’re talking about what factors are contributing to increased healthcare costs. Join me to better understand the health insurance industry, the widening pay gap between the administrative side of healthcare and the actual service...
30 Tiger Woods Accident and Injuries – An Orthopedic Surgeons Perspective
Welcome back to The Call Room, with me, your host, Dr. Robert Berry. Today we’re talking about Tiger Woods's recent car accident. We discuss what we know about his condition, the types of injuries he sustained, and how they could impact his recovery and future on the...
29 Masks, Testing, Lockdowns and Vaccines – How do we Open up America?
Today we're talking about the spread of the covid-19 virus, vaccines, testing and lockdowns. Can we as a nation re-open and resume normalcy that we once knew? With new leadership in the United States, and a year since covid has started, we are locked down more than we...
28 Should Americans Support The No Surprise Medical Bills Act
Since the passing of the Affordable Care Act, many people who were previously uninsured got covered for the first time and were able to get their health needs met. Unfortunately, the unintended consequences of this bill allowed for some big problems in the insurance...
27 Preventing Ski Injuries, Choosing Equipment and Staying Safe
Today on The Call Room, we're talking about safety on the slopes and protecting ourselves and our loved ones. Ski season is almost here and I have had many people asking me for advice about their upcoming trips. These people are very aware of the risks of skiing and...
26 Should Americans Cancel Thanksgiving Because Of COVID?
After the recent lockdowns in New York, New Jersey, and even the whole West coast, many people are wondering whether they should be getting together this year for the holiday season. After all, people coming from different communities, cities, and states will have a...
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