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Our Feet on the Ground “Outside Lens w/ Eva Umoh Asomugha”

Welcome back to another riveting episode of The BAD Podcast, where your hosts Brad and Dawain dive deep into intriguing conversations with fascinating guests. Today, we are joined by an extraordinary individual whose expertise is grounded in the world of orthopedic surgery. Brace yourselves as we unravel the mysteries of the foot and ankle region with none other than Dr. Eva Umoh Asomugha, MD.

Meet Dr. Eva Umoh Asomugha, MD:
Our guest today is no stranger to the complexities of orthopedic surgery. Dr. Eva Umoh Asomugha, MD, is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon based in northern Virginia. Her specialization extends to a wide array of conditions involving the foot and ankle. From Achilles tendon ruptures to bunions, degenerative conditions, and surgical management, Dr. Asomugha has been at the forefront of providing comprehensive care.

Exploring Special Interests:
What sets Dr. Asomugha apart is her special interest in severe deformity correction and conditions that particularly affect women. The BAD Podcast delves into the intricacies of these conditions, shedding light on the importance of specialized care and understanding in the realm of orthopedics.

Cutting-Edge Research:
Dr. Asomugha’s commitment to advancing the field is evident in her recent research endeavors. The hosts pick her brain about her exploration of the role estrogen plays in developing flat foot conditions. Additionally, they unpack the significance of fusions in severe deformity cases, offering listeners a glimpse into the latest breakthroughs in orthopedic research.

Engaging Dialogue:
Join Brad and Dawain as they engage in a dynamic and insightful dialogue with Dr. Asomugha. From anecdotes of challenging cases to the triumphs of surgical interventions, the episode promises a rollercoaster of emotions and enlightenment.

Listeners can anticipate gaining a deeper understanding of foot and ankle conditions, the nuances of orthopedic surgery, and the importance of ongoing research in the field. Dr. Asomugha’s wealth of knowledge is sure to leave an indelible mark on both medical professionals and enthusiasts alike.

Closing Thoughts:
As we wrap up another thought-provoking episode of The BAD Podcast, we extend our gratitude to Dr. Eva Umoh Asomugha, MD, for sharing her expertise and insights. Stay tuned for more captivating conversations that bridge the gap between medical expertise and the wider world, only on The BAD Podcast!

Disclaimer: The opinions and views expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any institution or organization.*

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