Dr. Jordan Metzl’s New Book: The Athletes Book of Home Remedies

January 24, 2012

A whole bunch of years ago, I was skiing with my snowboarding friends and was challenged by my guy friends to a contest on one of the jumps.  Not sure if I won or lost but I ended up with a torn up shoulder!  Dr. Jordan Metzl got me back on the volleyball court within a few months.

I’m a science dork and I ask a gazillion questions when I go to the doctor.  Yeah, I’m sure they love me! :) Honesty, nothing makes me happier than when doctors get out the sketch pad and start drawing and labeling to show me what’s going on and how it can be fixed.  Dr. Metzl did just that!

The point of my post is to share the news about his new book: The Athletes Book of Home Remedies: 1,001 doctor-approved health fixes and injury-prevention secrets for a leaner, fitter, more athletic body!

You can pre-order it on Amazon.com, which I already did.

Here is more about Dr. Metzl and this book:

Jordan Metzl, MD is a nationally recognized sports medicine physician at Hospital for Special Surgery, in New York City. His practice treats more than 20,000 patients and he is regularly voted among New York ’s top sports medicine doctors by New York magazine. He lectures and teaches all over the world and has appeared on the Today show and Good Morning America.  He is also an amazing Triathlete and Marathoner!

This comprehensive guidebook for fitness buffs and sports enthusiasts empowers readers to self diagnose and self-treat chronic and acute aches and pains—from shin splints and sprains to athlete’s foot—and provides medically sound advice on preventing injuries.

When you get hurt, you have fears. You have questions. Ice or heat? Should I see a doctor? Will I need surgery? This book answers those questions and allays those fears. Dr. Jordan Metzl, one of the nation’s leading sports medicine physicians, breaks down all the information into easy-to-follow strategies for effective self-treatment—while letting you know in no uncertain terms when you should go see your own doctor, pronto.

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