Benjamin Eovaldi DO, Pell Thompson, and Robert Eovaldi Californiametalphoto.com Comment on recent study by Francesco Ferretti et al. Reconciling predator conservation with public safety. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2015 13:8, 412-417 The Ferretti paper reported that in California an individual’s risk of being attacked by a shark decreased by >91% from 1950 to 2013; reporting that […]
QUESTION: I just found out that I have an inguinal hernia and am trying to find good information on whether or not I should be surfing / swimming / cycling. I’ve currently stopped all these activities, and the pain is currently minimal. No precise details about the hernia itself as I’ve not yet met with […]
The pre-hospital management of an open book fracture in a remote area.
Summary from G-Land Conference 2011
A few minutes with a healer and charger, Dr Phil Chapman
The Zag Brah Grill – where we interrogate the famous, the unknown, and the infamous.
Interview by Craig Jarvis
Moral of the story is long leashes and noseguards!
April 22, 2010 – While surfing a beach break near Cape Town I hit the bottom and fractured my L1 vertebra. This footage shows the wave that did it and how I made it to the beach.
As surfers we travel to all regions of the world. Often times this takes us to developing nations and tropical regions where many vaccine preventable diseases can occur. The exact requirements for vaccination vary depending on the region.
Phillip Chapman, 43, and the pitfalls and pleasures of surf travel.
By Will Bendix, Zigzag.
By Dr. Aimee Perreira, MD University of Hawaii, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery; Dr. David Rovinsky, MD, FACS, FAAOS Bone and Joint Center; Kauai Medical Clinic Gregory F. Kolber, MBA