Professional Interviews (Q&A format)

Dr. Jarrod Maslin

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  1. How did you get involved in this profession?
  2. What do you recommend for others who want to get into this similar profession that they should do? What should they start looking at/spend most of their time doing?
  3. As PT, how many times do you see kids with an ACL injury/tear? In your years of experience, Is it common to treat many ACL injuries?
  4. How do you treat ACL injuries? (Sprains & post surgery)
  5. What is the best way to deal with injuries like these? What should the protocol be before and after surgery?
  6. What do you recommend an athlete should do to prevent these type of injuries? 
  7. What should people be doing daily (regardless if they play a sport) to prevent an ACL or knee injury from occurring?
  8. Focusing on the patient's future health & to be able to prevent more ACL tears/injuries, What graph do you recommend and athlete should get when going into surgery and why? If possible please give pros and cons of each graph option.

Warren D. King, MD

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  1. How did you get involved in this profession?
  2. What do you recommend for others who want to get into this similar profession that they should do? What should they start looking at/spend most of their time doing? 
  3. As an orthopedic surgeon what are the most common injuries you see in athletes?
  4. What graph do you recommend and athlete should get when going into surgery and why? If possible please give pros and cons of each graph option.
  5. How likely is it that an athlete can re-tear their ACL?
  6. How often do you see an athlete get re-injured after a repair?
  7. What is the most common cause that you know of, of an ACL injury?
  8. What is the best way to deal with injuries like these? What should the protocol be after surgery?
  9. What do you recommend an athlete should do to prevent these type of injuries?
  10. What should people be doing daily (regardless if they play a sport) to prevent an ACL or knee injury from occurring?

Nirav Pandya, MD

(Soon to be Interviewed)

  1. How did you get involved in this profession?
  2. What do you recommend for others who want to get into this similar profession that they should do? What should they start looking at/spend most of their time doing? 
  3. As an orthopedic surgeon what are the most common injuries you see in athletes?
  4. What graph do you recommend and athlete should get when going into surgery and why? If possible please give pros and cons of each graph option.
  5. How likely is it that an athlete can re-tear their ACL?
  6. How often do you see an athlete get re-injured after a repair?
  7. What is the most common cause that you know of, of an ACL injury?
  8. What is the best way to deal with injuries like these? What should the protocol be after surgery?
  9. What do you recommend an athlete should do to prevent these type of injuries?
  10. What should people be doing daily (regardless if they play a sport) to prevent an ACL or knee injury from occurring?

Keshaila Chang

(Soon to be interviewed)

  1. How did you get involved in this profession?
  2. What do you recommend for others who want to get into this similar profession that they should do? What should they start looking at/spend most of their time doing?
  3. As PT, how many times do you see kids with an ACL injury/tear? In your years of experience, Is it common to treat many ACL injuries?
  4. How do you treat ACL injuries? (Sprains & post surgery)
  5. What is the best way to deal with injuries like these? What should the protocol be before and after surgery?
  6. What do you recommend an athlete should do to prevent these type of injuries? 
  7. What should people be doing daily (regardless if they play a sport) to prevent an ACL or knee injury from occurring?
  8. Focusing on the patient's future health & to be able to prevent more ACL tears/injuries, What graph do you recommend and athlete should get when going into surgery and why? If possible please give pros and cons of each graph option.

Korrinn Myers

(Soon to be interviewed)

  1. How did you get involved in this profession?
  2. What do you recommend for others who want to get into this similar profession that they should do? What should they start looking at/spend most of their time doing? 
  3. As an ATC, how many times do you see kids with an ACL injury/tear? In your years of experience, Is it common to treat many ACL injuries?
  4. What is the most common cause that you know of, of an ACL injury?
  5. What is the best way to deal with injuries like these? What should the protocol be after surgery?
  6. What do you recommend an athlete should do to prevent these type of injuries?
  7. Focusing on the patient's future health & to be able to prevent more ACL tears/injuries, What graph do you recommend and athlete should get when going into surgery and why? If possible please give pros and cons of each graph option.

Andrew Hasson

(Soon to be interviewed)

  1. How did you get involved in this profession?
  2. What do you recommend for others who want to get into this similar profession that they should do? What should they start looking at/spend most of their time doing? 
  3. As an ATC, how many times do you see kids with an ACL injury/tear? In your years of experience, Is it common to treat many ACL injuries?
  4. What is the most common cause that you know of, of an ACL injury?
  5. What is the best way to deal with injuries like these? What should the protocol be after surgery?
  6. What do you recommend an athlete should do to prevent these type of injuries?
  7. Focusing on the patient's future health & to be able to prevent more ACL tears/injuries, What graph do you recommend and athlete should get when going into surgery and why? If possible please give pros and cons of each graph option.