ASAP Podcast with Dr. Robert Burger M.D. Orthopaedic Surgeon, Beacon Orthopaedic Sports Med Specialist
- Hip and leg issues, and problems stemming from:
recurrent hamstring tears
weak core & flexibility issues related to lowered athletic performance & further injury
- The Shoulder and labrum tears
Dr Burger was a former Notre Dame Fighting Irish football player who worked himself into the starting line-up on a team that had Joe Montana as their starting quarterback. The hard work that Burger embraced, earned him an opportunity for a National Championship with that squad! Years later, Dr. Burger's son Bobby also made the Notre Dame team, he was a tight end/fullback. Another son, Chris starred at Xavier University in Cincinnati as a Captain of the Musketeer golf team and brother John played there for Xavier Golf, as well. Meanwhile, another son, Joe Burger, starred and was a team captain at Ohio State Football, himself playing for a National Championship in 2014. Later, OSU scholar athlete was elected Captain for the 2016 Buckeyes.
"the important thing is not just the success that you did or didn't do, but it's what you've learned through the process" Dr. Robt Burger Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Burger is the Head Team Physician and Medical Director for Xavier University Athletics, Orthopaedic Consultant for the Cincinnati Reds, and head Orthopaedic Team Physician for the College of Mount St. Joseph Athletics. Additionally, he is Head Team Physician for the Cincinnati Steam and his alma mater, Cincinnati LaSalle High School.
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