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Dr. Ni is a frequent speaker on musculoskeletal issues and maximizing the body's performance at all ages. 


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March 14, 2019: The Fowl Life "Max40 athletes" podcast. Listen to Dr. Naomi Albertson and her friends talking strength training for people over age 40.

April 12, 2018: Watch Dr. Ni on KTVN2 Reno




Keto for Athletes

Thinking about keto? Can switching to a keto diet affect your athletic performance? Sports medicine specialist Naomi L. Albertson M.D. explains what the latest research says about fueling with keto vs. fueling with traditional high carb diets. Learn the pros and cons of keto emerging in the research for both endurance and sprint-focused athletes.


Muscle Strength—A Medical Perspective, with Tips to Get and Stay Stronger.

Why act your age? Sports medicine specialist Naomi Albertson M.D. explains how sarcopenia, myosteatosis, and other medical factors work to slow us down as we grow older. See why starting in our 30s maintaining muscle strength becomes essential, and learn practical and research-based tips on how to get and stay stronger.


Vitamin D and Muscle

Does Vitamin D help you build muscle? Or does it do the opposite and hurt muscle strength? Dr. Naomi "Ni" Albertson discusses how our bodies get Vitamin D, what levels of Vitamin D are normal, the role of Vitamin D in our health, and what research currently says about its relationship to muscle strength.


Does it Matter When I Take Creatine?

When is the best time to take creatine? Pre-exercise? Post-exercise? Watch Dr. Albertson answer this often debated question and explain the biology behind when to best take creatine.


Creatine from a Medical Point of View

Creatine Myth or Fact? Dr. Albertson highlights common myths and addresses what the available medical research currently says about this popular supplement. This presentation covers: What is creatine? Who benefits from it? How should you take it? Who should be cautious about creatine? Can creatine help combat age-related muscle loss? What happens if you stop taking creatine?


Exercise Recovery for the Aging Athlete

How should you train, eat, rest, and hydrate to improve muscle recovery and performance after exercise? How many carbs should you eat? How much protein? Are electrolytes and antioxidants useful? Musculoskeletal specialist Naomi L. Albertson, M.D. explains steps older athletes (and people who just want to stay active with age) can take to speed up recovery. Presentation with convenient reference charts detailing carbohydrate and protein consumption for recovery.


The Aging Athlete (AKA Staying Active)

Musculoskeletal specialist Dr. Albertson details the effects of aging on the body, highlighting the changes to cells, bones, muscles, and joints—with suggestions for minimizing those effects, improving performance, and staying strong and active with age. 

Presented on August 26th, 2016 to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Reno, Nevada.


Information provided in these videos, presentations, and podcasts is intended for your general knowledge only and does not constitute medical advice. The information in these videos and presentations such as audio, text, graphics, and other material is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease.  Always seek advice from a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition. You are encouraged to review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking medical treatment because of something you have read or heard in these videos and presentations. Naomi L. Albertson, M.D. and Dr. Ni’s, LLC. make no representation and assume no responsibility for the information contained within these videos and presentations, and such information is subject to change without notice.


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