Podcast 65 is all about new scientific procedures relating to sports medicine and archery injuries. We dive into a new procedure I just was introduced to by Joe Rogan than I’m completely amazed by! Joining me is DR Roddy McGee
William “Roddy” McGee, M.D. is Region Director of Sports Medicine – Las Vegas for Youth Sports of the Americas. In this role, Dr. McGee is YSA’s “voice” and lead clinical advisor in building and promoting programs consistent with YSA’s mission and goals in the Las Vegas and surrounding regions.
Dr. McGee is an orthopedic surgeon with Total Sports Medicine & Orthopedics in Las Vegas, NV. With sub-specialty fellowship training in sports medicine, Dr. McGee treats numerous athletes at the high school, collegiate and professional levels. He is the team physician for College of Southern Nevada’s Athletic Programs; and he also works with the Justin Boots Sports Medicine Team which cares for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and the National Finals Rodeo. Dr. McGee works integrally with many youth sports organizations and closely with several area high schools in Las Vegas.
Dr. McGee is a reviewer for the American Journal of Sports Medicine. He is also the Associate Program director for the Valley Hospital Orthopedic Surgery Residency, and he is an associate professor at Touro University Medical School.
After an orthopedic surgery residency in Chicago, Dr. McGee completed additional training in sports medicine with Dr. Lawrence Lemak at the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Alabama. Prior to beginning medical school, Dr. McGee was a Division I college outfielder and pitcher at the University of Utah.