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Helmet and Equipment Removal With Dr. Prasarn – 325

Bubba Wilson has some questions about the NATA position statement and seeks clarification and understanding.  Few injuries are as scary as spinal cord ones.  To ensure we are following best practices and understand why we are doing what is recommended we have some experts give insight and explanation.

Number one determining factor is time under pressure.  Get the athlete to a level 1 trauma center to reduce pressure on the spinal cord.

We also seek to discuss some of the practical ways to implement these skills into the secondary setting.

Dr. Mark Prasarn is the spine consultant for the Houston Texans and University of Houston.  Some of his research has helped shape the way spine injuries are managed.

Dr. MaryBeth Horodyski is a professor and resident research coordinator at University of Florida.

Show Notes 324

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Rhabdomyolysis from a Patient Perspective – 319

Carmen Solis caught the perfect storm of plane flight, elevation, dehydration, new protein shake, different environment and a slightly new routine to catch a case of Rhabdo.

Dr. Rehal Bhojani explains the facts as he sees them and gives great insight to us in identifying future cases of Rhabdo.

Urine color charts in every stall (male and female) are a top recommendation.  Muddy / orange urine is almost always an indicator of Rhabdo.

Help prevent Rhabdo by easing your athletes back into workouts.  Gone is the idea of “we are going to kill them and make men out of them.”

Contact Bubba Wilson

Contact Shawn Ready

Contact Carmen Solis

Show Notes 318  YouTube video of 318

Check out some of the companies that join the team to give you free stuff FrioHydration and School Health.

Previous episodes with Dr. Bhojani

234 Working together as a Sports Med Team

179 / 180 – Sickle Cell

94 – Sports Hernias

255 – Snapping Hip

Second Cup of Caffeine with Brett Singer – 274

Brett Singer's Session Audio

We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann's Sports Medicine Update.  It is a great way to continue improving your athletic training practice.  There are always new topics, new aspects of old topics and great re-freshers.

We plan to release the lecture and then the interview.  Through the course of the summer the podcasts will be shorter, more frequent, and a lot more raw (less editing).

All the lectures and handouts have been uploaded and are now available on Google Drive.  
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B59qqp0CevGpeEpremsxZTNnY0E

Once the school year resumes we will return to our regular format.

Thanks to @rrmarley   @UofHMAT   FrioHydration.com  @DozalJazmin Nicole Cascia, Ryan Collins and several others for the contributions.

Also be sure you are signed up for the SMB Email List as there will be codes and prizes given out from that list for our partnership with SchoolHealth.com

 

200 Episodes of Sports Medicine Content

WOW, what an amazing fast paced show.  30 minutes is really fast.  We had a lot of fun and gave away some really cool stuff thanks to some really awesome people.

Here is the full list of guests and topics.  This episode is long but very entertaining.

About every half hour we switched guests if you want to jump ahead to one then think in roughly 30 minute blocks.

200 schedule of guests

It will also start the NATM with a bang since we are running about 15 shows this month.

 

Catastrophic Death and injury re-visited: an Action Plan – 190

In episode 135 – Tragedy, Death, Grief, Healing we were fresh off the loss of an athlete in which we performed life-saving skills.  We desire for each school to have an action plan in place to help the Athletic Trainers and coaches deal with the loss for the next 6 months, not just the next week.

Here is our action plan for you to submit to your district and have on file or in place before a catastrophic injury occurs.

Action Plan

Show Notes 190

Contact Bubba:
Twitter @ATCLATBubba
Email

Dr. Josh Yellen

Lessons Learned from 4 Engaging Summer Conferences – 186

Summer was packed with learning for me with 3 Sports Medicine conferences, and 1 podcast conference.  I have learned a lot of things but that for the most part we are on the right track.  We continue to improve by learning each week from the podcast, and I am working on continually improving the podcast for you.

Thanks for being part of the show Israel and Mickey.

Show Notes – 186

Some people I would like to thank for contributions to the Sports Medicine Broadcast:

 

  • Bill Hale
  • Ryan Collins
  • Jeff Arceneaux
  • Joe Sabatini

 

 

Paradigm Shift in ACL Rehab Interview – 145

We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann's Sports Medicine Update.  Some of the recordings pick up noise, but this is a live event.

The lecture should be released first, followed by the interview.  Through the course of the summer the podcasts will be shorter, more frequent, and a lot more raw (less editing).

All the lectures and handouts have been uploaded and are now available on Google Drive.  Go to www.drive.google.com and sign-in using the following:
            Username:  sportsmedupdate2015@gmail.com
            Password:  sportsmed

Once the school year resumes we will return to our regular format.

Thanks to @rrmarley,  @UofHMAT,   @DYoung_ATC,   FrioHydration.com,  @DozalJazmin, Bill Hale, and several others for their contributions.

Also, be sure you are signed up for the SMB Email List as there will be codes and prizes given out from that list for our partnership with SchoolHealth.com.

Paradigm Shift in ACL Rehab Lecture – 144

We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann's Sports Medicine Update.  Some of the recordings pick up noise, but this is a live event.

The lecture should be released first, followed by the interview.  Through the course of the summer the podcasts will be shorter, more frequent, and a lot more raw (less editing).

All the lectures and handouts have been uploaded and are now available on Google Drive.  Go to www.drive.google.com and sign-in using the following:
            Username:  sportsmedupdate2015@gmail.com
            Password:  sportsmed

Once the school year resumes we will return to our regular format.

Thanks to @rrmarley,  @UofHMAT,   @DYoung_ATC,   FrioHydration.com,  @DozalJazmin, Bill Hale, and several others for their contributions.

Also, be sure you are signed up for the SMB Email List as there will be codes and prizes given out from that list for our partnership with SchoolHealth.com.

Alternative Tools for Olympic Lifts Rashad Ford Interview – 143

We are broadcasting live and interviewing the speakers of the Memorial Hermann's Sports Medicine Update.  Some of the recordings pick up noise, but this is a live event.

The lecture should be released first, followed by the interview.  Through the course of the summer the podcasts will be shorter, more frequent, and a lot more raw (less editing).

All the lectures and handouts have been uploaded and are now available on Google Drive.  Go to www.drive.google.com and sign-in using the following:
            Username:  sportsmedupdate2015@gmail.com
            Password:  sportsmed

Once the school year resumes we will return to our regular format.

Thanks to @rrmarley,  @UofHMAT,   @DYoung_ATC,   FrioHydration.com,  @DozalJazmin, Bill Hale, and several others for their contributions.

Also, be sure you are signed up for the SMB Email List as there will be codes and prizes given out from that list for our partnership with SchoolHealth.com.

Tragedy, Death, Grief & Healing – 135

CPR is a skill you never hope to use, NEVER.  Dealing with the loss of an athlete after performing CPR and using an AED is not supposed to happen.  It did, and I share my story and the grief process.  This podcast is recorded early in the stages of grieving.

#1 tip if you know someone dealing with grief and loss:
Text or email them “I was just thinking about you, wondering how you are doing.  If you find you need something let me know”

This gives them a chance to easily avoid talking if they do not want to talk at that time or to you but allows them to know they are not alone.

#2 Tip do it again once a week for the next few weeks.

People process things differently.