The New Old Age: Caring and Coping Live Webcast
Are you concerned about chronic medical needs as you age, such as arthritis, depression or diabetes? Or, are you caring for an aging loved one?
On Tuesday, Feb. 16, a panel of healthy aging experts from MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital discussed and answered questions about dementia, exercise, fall prevention, end-of-life issues and more during the webcast. The online forum was moderated by WMAR-TV's Jamie Costello and featured Drs. George Hennawi, Christopher Kearney, Elias Shaya, and Cynthia Fields, physical therapist Judy Bopp, and licensed geriatric social worker Adrienne Kilby. To learn more about healthy aging, visit MedStarGoodSam.org/SuccessfulAging.
Do you or someone you love have back or neck problems?
Did you know, there are 33 bones, 31 pairs of nerves and many muscles in our back and neck? Our spines hold us upright and carry a lot of weight and strain over the years—no wonder eight out of ten people experience back pain sometime in their life.
On Thursday, March 26, five spine experts from MedStar Orthopaedics participated in a online forum, moderated by WJZ-TV's Kelly Swoope, to share information on back and neck pain. Our experts answered questions through a virtual chatroll and on social media.
Living with Lung Disease Webcast
The Living with Lung Disease Webcast, held on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, and moderated by WMAR-TV's Kelly Swoope, featured six panelists in an engaging question and answer session covering lung disease prevention, screenings and treatments. Topics ranged from COPD to Asthma to smoking cessation. Our experts answered questions from audience members online via Facebook, Twitter and online. Miss the webcast? Watch it below.
Urogynecology Webcast, “Pelvic Floor and More”
Are you terrified about losing bladder control when sneezing? Has your sex life suffered in recent years? Nationally known and respected urogynecologists from MedStar Washington Hospital Center share their expertise in a webcast about pelvic floor disorders.
The Curtis National Hand Center Webcast
The Curtis National Hand Center Webcast, held on Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, and moderated by WMAR-TV's Kelly Swoope, featured five of the nation’s leading hand experts in an engaging question and answer session covering the latest treatments for common—and uncommon—hand and elbow conditions, ranging from arthritis and carpal tunnel to transplantation. Our experts answered questions from our live audience members and those joining online via Facebook, Twitter and on the web.
US Lacrosse – MedStar Health Webcast
Watch the US Lacrosse – MedStar Health Webcast and hear from some of the nation’s leading lacrosse experts about ACL and head injuries and prevention.
Session 1 - ACL Injuries
Session 2 - Head Injuries
MedStar Georgetown Movement Disorders Webcast
Watch as MedStar Georgetown University Hospital experts answer questions on movement disorders, including management, treatment, evaluation and surgical options.
MedStar Georgetown Living Donor Kidney Transplant Webcast
Watch as MedStar Georgetown University Hospital transplant experts answer audience questions on kidney transplants.
MedStar Heart Health Webcast
Watch WMAR's Kelly Swoope and our panel of five experts talk about the latest advancements in heart care.
MedStar Women’s Health Webcast
Watch WBAL's Lisa Robinson and our panel of seven experts discuss women's health topics including, women and heart disease, menopause, orthopaedics, breast health, IBS, thyroid disease and bone health.
MedStar Sports Medicine Webcast
Watch WBAL's Pete Gilbert and five of Baltimore's top sports medicine physicians talk about the latest sports medicine topics.