Making the Most of Teamwork in The Doctor-Patient Relationship with Dr. Bryant Walrod – 6-25-16
May 23, 2016
The best medical experiences happen when the doctor and patient work as a team, incorporating multidisciplinary specialties and tailored treatments focused on outcomes. Excellent communications help to create empowered patients, less stress and anxiety, and a positive overall healing path. Our guest this week is used to working with teams….teams of doctors and teams of athletes in his work in sports medicine. Join us this week to learn the the latest perspectives on the important doctor-patient relationship and how you can develop the most effective treatment team for yourself, and best partnership with your doctor.
Dr. Bryant Walrod is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine at the Ohio State University Sports Medicine and Family Health Center. He received his Bachelors degree in Chemistry at Miami University, and his Medical degree from Medical College of Ohio. He is the team physician for Ohio State Athletics, and was formerly the team physician for the Milwaukee Brewers major league baseball team.
Dr. Walrod provides medical care for athletes of all ages to most efficiently and effectively return them to their desired level of activity. From OSU athletes, to high school athletes to elite triathletes, he focuses on his special interest in endurance sports, combative sports, baseball and concussion management. Dr. Walrod is also actively involved in the education of students and physicians at OSU and guides them to provide to most up-to-date, evidence-based care. He serves on the Board of the Endurance Medicine Team at Ohio State University.
For more information about Dr. Bryant Walrod, please go to https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/find-a-doctor/bryant-walrod-md-51062.