But Athletic Trainers in some places have to drive a long way to get to a hospital or orthopedic doctor's office.
Workshops are great and even better when they are free (NATM Giveaways) but not always feasible.
I recommend a few free ways to get CEUs like:
TheATVantage – great podcast I personally listen to and have earned CEUs from
Gatorade great info, but quizzes are a little hard
Medco great info but again the quizzes can be combersome
Then ask Mike Hopper why and how he uses Medbridge to earn unlimited CEUs and build great Home Exercise Plans for his athletes.
To celebrate NATM and Athletic Trainers Medbridge and the Sports Medicine Broadcast are giving one subscriber who uses my referral link a second year free. So if you sign up be sure to use my link or the promo code “TheSMB” to save and possibly double your savings.
John Harmon grabs Mike Hopper for an interview. Mike is a very vocal advocate for Athletic Training. He is very passionate about our profession and it shows in EVERYTHING he does.
On a side note John and I were walking with Mike after the interview towards the exit and he got stopped. After a few minutes Mike said you guys can go… we were dismissed from the entourage of AT greatness.
We are broadcasting live from the 2017 NATA expo in Houston Texas.
We used Facebook live to stream as many of the NATA 2017 Expo Interviews as possible.
Making a Difference as a Young Professional with Brett McQueen and Mike Hopper- 112
Brett McQueen and Mike Hopper try to question why we do things. I feel this creates a a drive for knowledge and understanding that is fairly uncommon. Both of these guys are passionate athletic trainers trying to affect the world around them for the good of our profession and the good of their clients. Nicole Cascia and Will Ryan join Dr. Josh Yellen on the show from UofH MAT.