Rhabdomyolysis (rhabdo) with a normal creatine kinase level? In this episode I interview a medical professional who developed rhabdo after working out. We discuss why his CK levels were normal, my thoughts on how to return to exercise after getting rhabdo and the mysterious fatigue some people report. This is episode 66 of the Joe Cannon Health Podcast available here as well as subscribe for free on Apple and Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, Alexa, Radio Public, Gaana and pretty much everywhere else you listen to podcasts.
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Joe Cannon, MS has degrees in exercise science and biology & chemistry. He’s an authority on dietary supplements, personal fitness training and the author of several books including Rhabdo, the first book about exercise-induced rhabdomyolysis.
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