Traumatic injury in space has a huge potential impact on a mission. And people barely know anything about how to deal with it.
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- A’s Bobby Wahl to see thoracic-outlet syndrome specialist
By Susan Slusser - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
A’s reliever Bobby Wahl, who has spent most of this season on the disabled list after experiencing shoulder discomfort in May, will visit vascular surgeon Dr. Gregory Pearl in Dallas this week.Pearl is a specialist in thoracic-outlet syndrome, in which there is compression of arteries, veins or nerves in the area from the neck to the armpit, a condition that has affected numerous pitchers in recent years, including Matt Harvey, Josh Beckett, Chris Carpenter, former Giants starter Noah Lowry and former A’s starter Tyson Ross.The condition requires surgery, and the track record for the procedure is a mixed bag; not all pitchers have returned (including Lowry) and several that have experienced a significant velocity dip.
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- How to Afford Corrective Eye Surgery
By Erin Blackwood - Friday Jun 2, 2017
Thinking of ditching your glasses and contacts in favor of laser eye surgery? As technology advances, it’s becoming safer, more effective and more available than ever. Nevertheless, in many cases, the procedure still entails a significant cost, which may discourage people who would benefit from seeking treatment. Better eyesight is a worthwhile investment. It’s a life-changing procedure for the cost of an old used car. However, not everyone’s bank account is prepared for purchasing either one. But don’t dismiss the ...
- A’s Josh Phegley, Jake Smolinski on mend, may return in September
By Susan Slusser - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
The A’s disabled list is the lightest it has been all year, and two more players are close to going on rehab assignments.Catcher Josh Phegley (oblique) is being worked back into batting practice, while outfielder Jake Smolinski (shoulder surgery) is throwing at a distance of 90 feet.Smolinski, who has been out all season, expects to go to Class A Stockton in the next week and will be a designated hitter initially, but could be playing the outfield this month and possibly see time with the A’s in September.Phegley also might be more of a September consideration for Oakland, given that new addition Dustin Garneau has shown strong skills behind the plate.Phegley also has options left, so he could come off the DL and be sent down until rosters expand Sept. 1 should the team stick with Garneau.The three others on the DL — outfielder Dustin Fowler (knee), starter Andrew Triggs (hip) and reliever Bobby Wahl (shoulder) — are not expected back this season.Wahl is scheduled to see a vascular surgeon, Dr. Gregory Pearl, in Dallas this week.Pearl is a specialist in thoracic-outlet syndrome, in which there is a compression of the blood supply or nerves going from the neck to the armpit, a condition that has affected numerous pitchers in recent years, including Matt Harvey, Josh Beckett, Chris Carpenter, former Giants starter Noah Lowry and former A’s starter Tyson Ross.The track record for surgery is mixed; not all pitchers have returned, and several who have experienced a velocity dip.Wahl, 25, is one of the A’s top relief prospects, a hard thrower who has touched 100 mph.In another indication the A’s are close to picking a stadium site, the team announced that Wade Martin, who has an extensive background in naming rights, has been hired as vice president of corporate partnerships and hospitality.Susan Slusser is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.No creative license:For “Players Weekend,” Aug. 25-27, jerseys will have nicknames -- rather than last names -- on the back No-nonsense A’s second baseman Jed Lowrie’s nickname?
- Melancon done for year, to have forearm surgery
By John Shea - Saturday Sep 9, 2017
CHICAGO — Mark Melancon’s first season as a Giant, disappointing on many levels, officially is over. The reliever will undergo season-ending surgery Tuesday to relieve compression in his forearm. He twice spent time on the disabled list with a pronator strain in his right elbow area. “We said let’s go ahead and get this thing done for his peace of mind and everybody’s,” manager Bruce Bochy said. Melancon has had a muscle and nerves constricted by tissue, leading to inflammation and soreness in a rare condition called pronator syndrome. The surgery is to cut the fascia that encloses the muscle and nerves, releasing pressure. Dr.