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Opioid Abuse in Athletics – 580

Ever experienced Opioid Abuse?

Dr. Obie Benavides lost a student-athlete to opioid abuse that was an inspiration to him.

One single pill that was not from a pharmacy but a “friend” was all it took to end his life in March of 2018.

Dr. Benavides has spoken at conferences and guest posted on The ATVantage and NATA blogs

Opioid Abuse; Obie Benavides; Lamar University; opiates

What Opioid Abuse?

Opioids / Opiates are similar but not identical.

Opioids are synthetic chemicals whereas opiates are plant-based or naturally occurring from opium

Using them other than as prescribed is opioid abuse.

  • Using them for longer than prescribed
  • Giving them to someone else
  • Hoarding them for later use
  • Selling them

What does it LOOK like?

Obie says some of the signs and symptoms of opioid abuse might present as:

  • Pupils being off
  • Constipation
  • Nausea
  • Requestion medication by name and dosage
  • Being absent
  • withdrawing
  • Itching
  • Dry Mouth
  • Low Tetosterone levels

What can we do as Athletic Trainers?

Patient Education is number one.

  • Develop a Post-op Pain Management Plan
    • There will be some level of pain
    • Medications will help manage the pain
    • Use pills as needed for this surgery
    • Properly dispose of unused pills
    • Do not share unused pills with anyone
  • Start the dialogue with the athlete before the surgery
  • Involve the parents
  • Educate Parents
  • Establish Real Pain Management Goals
  • Monitor the athletes
    • Attend surgeries when possible
  • Log the procedure and medications prescribed
  • Follow up within a week and document number of times meds have been used

Be willing to have uncomfortable conversations

ATsCare is a great resource for learning to have uncomfortable conversations.

Be willing to ask questions.

Watch the conversation live on Facebook

Opioid Abuse in Athletics

Dr. Obie Benevides lost an athlete to opioid abuse. He has presented research at th enational level to help get information out about the problem.Here he shares his story and what he has learned.Join us to provide a better environment for your athletes.Share your experience with us (just remember HIPAA).

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Resources

ATsCare (https://www.nata.org/membership/about-membership/member-resources/ats-care),

The Drug Enforcement Agency website (https://apps.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/pubdispsearch/)

Contact Us

Obie Benavides, DAT, LAT, ATC, AIB-VR/CON
Associate Athletic Trainer – Baseball
Drug Prevention & Education Coordinator
Lamar University
211 Red Bird Lane | PO Box 10066 | Beaumont, TX 77710
O: 409-880-7229
F: 409-880-2366

Jeremy Jackson

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Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

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DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

Cramping Research – 574

World renown researcher and heat illness expert Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek returns to discuss Cramping Research.

Sandra Fowkes-Godek; Fowkes; Godek; Cramping Science Research
Anything heat illness…Dr. Fowkes-Godek is your expert

In our last conversation…

Dr. Fowkes-Godek covered a lot about blood levels, potassium overdoes, salt testing, IVs and ideal intake temperature.

Blood Chloride is one of the only things that changes during active cramps.

Mike McKenney mentioned it does not matter what science you have in the drink if it stay on the shelf or in the bottle. Cramping Research has to take into account the taste or drink-ability of the product or it is virtually useless.

Chloride, Chloride, Chloride

We keep pushing salt tablets and salty drinks.

Current cramping science research shows sodium and potassium levels to be the same before, during and after a cramp, yes during a full-body cramp they draw blood.

There are a few problems:
1. Chloride content is not on labels
2. Chloride requires a carrier like sodium, potassium or magnesium

Potassium can actually be toxic in the blood at high levels

So how do we get more Blood Chloride??

Mediterranean diets typically contain a high level

Seaweed

Feta Cheese

What about hot sauce?

It is similar to pickle juice in that it create a pharyngeal response.

But use caution as people who have been heavily exercising might not take kindly to hot sauce in their stomachs. If they start puking then you are compounding issues.

Are you Feeling Slushy????

Alyssa Brown asked about Thermoregulation and Cramping in the last podcast with Dr. Miller but we did not get to it.

Dr. Fowkes-Godek discusses how they keep a slushy machine in the facility for warm weather practices to help pre-lower the core body temperature.

Cramping Science research shows that the ones who get hot faster peak faster, finish slower and are more likely to cramp.

If you really want to make friends then get some Levelen and a slushy machine and have your players can perform better during warm temp games and practices.

Who's article is Dr. Fowkes-Godek reading?

Dr. Kevin Miller

Dr. Martin Schwellnus

other than that it is pretty lonely in the cramp world

Check the Facebook Live video

Want links to all of our recent Cramping Science podcasts?

Cramping Science with Dr. Kevin Miller

Cramping Science with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

NASA Engineered formula – The Right Stuff

Isotonic Drinks with Kari Beltran

Cramping Science Research with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

Neurology of a Cramp with Dr. Kevin Miller

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Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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Cramping Neurology – 573

In Cramping Science interview #1 with Dr. Kevin Miller, we did not even get to Cramping Neurology. We spent about 90 packed minutes discussing your questions and the role hydration plays in cramping.

Dr. Miller and Mike McKenney knew there was no way to do justice to cramping science without addressing the neurology component.

Cramp – an involuntary painful contraction of skeletal muscle brought on by a variety of factors. This podcast focuses on cramps related to the exercise of healthy individuals.

There is a teeter-totter between excitation and inhibition of the muscles from the nerves.

Cramping Neurology, nerve cell, axon, dendrite, Dr. Kevin Miller

What is Cramping Neurology?

Most basic definition: the role of the nervous system in cramping

About 8 minutes in Dr. Miller discusses the 3 main nerve cramp theories:

Central Theory –

This is the best supported through research stating the cramp occurs at the nerve cell body

There are two threshold levels for the cell body to cause a contraction known as a “bipolar state.”

Peripheral Theory –

Happens along the axon or end of the motor neuron.

We can stop a cramp from occurring by blocking the afferent activity with a nerve block to the tendon…but it is not always true.

Muscle Fiber Level Theory –

Least favorable among researchers but says that it happens at the muscle fiber level

Does the brain adjust and make the cramp easier?

Around minute 15 Mike asks if cramps can become a learned response from the brain

Of course, Dr. Kevin Miller has an answer that is helpful but not definitive

He does remind us:

  • each cramp is unique
  • there are many factors
  • frequent crampers need to know their triggers

Prefer to watch on Facebook Live?

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

Mike McKenney – email

Dr. Kevin Miller – email

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

Medbridge, Medbridge Ed, Medbridge education, Cramping Neurology, Dr. Kevin Miller

Want to see the rest of our cramping science podcasts?

Cramping Science with Dr. Kevin Miller

Cramping Science with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

NASA Engineered formula – The Right Stuff

Isotonic Drinks with Kari Beltran

Cramping Science Research with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

Neurology of a Cramp with Dr. Kevin Miller

Cramping Science with Dr. Fowkes-Godek 572

Dr. Sandra Fowkes Godek knows cramping science. If you go to her bio on Levelen you will see:

“Dr. Sandra Fowkes Godek is a world-renowned expert in Hydration Sports Science, with over a decade of research in thermoregulation, athlete sweat testing, and fluid & electrolyte replenishment. “

Sandra Fowkes-Godek; Fowkes; Godek; Cramping Science Research

Her West Chester University bio shows even more.

She is the director of the H.E.A.T. Institute

Truly if you want to nerdy out about cramping science read some of her research or find a way to connect with her.

So what about Cramping Science?

Man oh man oh man.

Dr. Fowkes-Godek is smart, quick and a great talker. the numbers and data she can just rattle of about cramping, chloride, potassium, sodium blood levels is amazing.

But she is fun to listen to and engaging.

What is even more she is coming back on the Sports Medicine Broadcast to continue discussing cramping science.

Some of her research with the Philadelphia Eagles included taking guys who were in active full body cramps and drawing blood. How's that for suffering for science.

She also spent hours making specialized drinks to help athletes replace what they lost.

If you can shake dried sweat off your shirt, then you are a salty sweater and need a little extra salt (without added potassium).

What about heat illness and cramping?

If we train people to drink when they are thirsty and give them free access to water we can almost assuredly avoid dehydration.

This does not mean heat exhaustion is only related to hydration

Cramping Science with Sandra Fowkes-Godek

Hopefully we can do some myth busting as we continue our research and discussion on cramping science with world leaders in cramping.Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek is one the worlds premiere heat-illness researchers. Ask your questions live or send them to us later.

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Friday, April 19, 2019

Contact Us

Mike McKenney – m.mckenney@northeastern.edu

Dr. Fowkes-Godek – SFowkes-Godek@wcupa.edu

Jeremy Jackson

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

Want to see the rest of our cramping science podcasts?

Cramping Science with Dr. Kevin Miller

Cramping Science with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

NASA Engineered formula – The Right Stuff

Isotonic Drinks with Kari Beltran

Cramping Science Research with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

Neurology of a Cramp with Dr. Kevin Miller

Isotonic Drinks – Cramping Science – 571

Isotonic Drink – neutral or balanced. Fluids and electrolytes can move freely across the abdominal walls without requiring extra processing

Hypertonic Drink – formulas more dense than normal blood causing the body to pull water into the abdomen to process

Hypotonic Drink – are lower in electrolytes than the blood creating a movement of carbohydrates and electrolytes into the stomach and out of the blood

What are some examples of each?

Isotonic – Hoist Hydration (use coupon code “TheSMB”)

Hypertonic – Pickle Juice, The Right Stuff.

Hypotonic – Powerade, Gatorade

What are Mike McKenney's Thoughts?

Mike previously joined the Sports Medicine Broadcast to discuss hypo-hydration and some of the research he has been doing.

As more of an expert in cramping science Mike is leading the series

When are Isotonic Drinks worth drinking?

HOIST was actually created by some hard partying college grads as a way to “cure” a hangover. So if you are going for a night on the town take an Isotonic Drink with you to finish off the night and improve your morning.

Dr. Mark knoblauch discussed how living a low sodium diet has helped him live with greatly reduced symptoms of his Menier's and BPVD.

If you are not sweating and burning electrolytes and calories or have a need for low sodium in your life seek medical advice first.

Contact Us

Jeremy Jackson

Kari Beltran – www.Sportsmedicinebroadcast.com/HOIST

Check out some of the companies who are investing in Athletic Training:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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Isotonic Drinks with Kari Beltran

Kari Beltran shares the science behind isotonic drinks in helping keep you hydrated either from athletic performance or over indulgence in "non-water" drinks

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Preventative Data from Preventicx – 569

Kevin Robel joins Dr. Layci Harrison to discuss Preventative Data Analysis.

Kevin Robel; Layci J Harrison; Preventicx; Preventative Data

Have you been in this situation?

You started collecting data on injuries, doctors visits, attendance, and all of these other random things…

Every time some one on Facebook posts about showing your value you get excited…

That turns to frustration due to the inability to do something with the data.

Preventicx – Kevin Robel

Preventative Data Analysis.What is your injury prevention worth/Kevin Robel helps us understand how and when to use and collect data to help prevent injuries

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Tuesday, March 26, 2019

I hate data analysis

It doesn't matter if it is preventative data analysis…

Injury data…

or anything set of numbers that you have to look at and draw conclusions from.

Kevin Robel discusses how we as Athletic Trainers often do not collect data because we are so busy.

What is Preventicx?

A data analysis consultant that helps you move all of your data into a centralized cloud based storage location.

Kevin can help you visualize your data in a way that is easy for the average person to understand.

The future is being given to data analyst

Have you read Moneyball or or Astroball?

The managers of those teams made huge decisions based on data analytics.

Ask any administrator about getting a new person and they will ask you for your data to support the need and the value it would provide to the program.

New administrative jobs are being given to people who can collect, interpret and produce visuals based on data

Want some more info about Preventicx?

Check out the handout Kevin sent me

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

Kevin Robel – kevin@preventicx.com

Dr. Layci Harrison – Email

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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Sports Performance Coach – 568

Jerade Parks is an Athletic Trainer, Sports Performance Coach, life coach, conference host and aspiring public speaker.

That is a whole lot for one person to handle.

For Jerade it is not all fun and games…. He almost lost his car chasing this dream.

Bit of a free Spirit?

Jerade admits he is more free spirited, artsy and very talkative.

He is creating his own space in our ever changing profession. He has experience in a multitude of rehabilitation to performance settings.

For example:

  • athletic training
  • rehabilitation
  • reconditioning
  • fitness
  • sports performance/ athletic development
  • sport coaching
  • recovery
  • nutrition lifestyle-based nutrition coaching

Who are the Sports Performance Coach clients?

This includes treating, training, and coaching general population, weekend warriors, and youth to professional athletics

What more can you have your hands in?

As a somewhat selfish endeavor he began hosting CEU conferences to obtain the certifications or training for free while still getting all of his CEUs in.

This turned out to be a great way for him to build his network, provide a valuable service to Athletic Trainers and related healthcare professionals.

Hire an Expert

Adam Halpern of Innovate AT discusses his recent hiring of a virtual assistant.

Know what you are good at and what you are not. If your talent is being in front of people then hire someone to do the work that keeps you behind a computer.

Jerade hired a business coach

I reached out to a former student of mine about helping compose emails to each guest after the interview and after the episode releases for them to share their interview.

****Update**** My former student Jazmin has been scheduling and send emails for about month and it has been fantastic to have that follow up. Lots of guests have responded which creates a dialog and future opportunities. It was something i wanted but could not manage with everything else.

Contact us

Jerade Parks: jptrainingrs@gmail.com

Jeremy Jackson

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

Sports Performance Coach; Jerade Parks;l Innovate AT

Athletic Training Box – 567

Athletic Training Box started from Adam not being able to attend NATA annual convention and see what new products are available.

ATBox, AT Box, Athletic Training Box, Adam Larsen, Adam Halpern, Innovate AT

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What is Athletic Training Box?

Adam shares live on Facebook with Me and Adam Halpern

Athletic Training Box with Adam Larsen

Curated clothes, boxed and shippedCurrated meals boxed and shippedWhy should your practice as an AT be left out of the trend? Adam Larsen shares his story of creating AT Box and what it looks like now.

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Monday, March 25, 2019

An AT Box Costs…

Currently $35 every 3 months.

As the value of the box grows the cost might also.

Adam is also exploring different levels

Use coupon code “sportsmedicinebroadcast” for a special discount for podcast fans

What can I expect to receive in my Athletic Training Box?

The products are constantly changing. Each box has a new set of products that you would find at conventions.

Some boxes include:
Hydration products
Protein Bars
Tapes
Ointments
Lotions

Currently the boxes give you about an 80 dollar value for items sold separate.

What has been your favorite thing to send out?

Adam Likes kinesio tape…so therefore everyone would want Kinesio tape right????

After the first box Adam learned to include a little more variety.

His favorite thing to include is one of the AT Box stickers or t-shirts

Discuss your feedback?

Sales continue to grow so that is a good sign.

After each new box there will be a survey to help Adam better serve you and also to report back to the companies about what and why ATs like the product.

Use coupon code “sportsmedicinebroadcast” for a special discount for podcast fans

Contact Us:

Adam Larsen – AthleticTrainingBox@gmail.com

Email Adam Halpern : adam@innovateat.com

Jeremy Jackson

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

Publishing a Book – 558

Dr. Mark Knoblauch and Dr. Jeff Konin join forces to teach us about publishing a book.

I am an AT, I Can't Publish a Book

This is pretty much the statement I said to Dr. Knoblauch when he suggested the topic.

But then he mentioned our adoption story. we now have experience with the system, emotions, training, rejections.

Sometimes publishing a book is only to have your story written down.

Others it is to entertain someone

Furthermore others are written for education.

Some of the discussion topics:

  • Book idea conception and design (when/how to turn a thought into a book)
  • Publishing process
  • Getting a publisher and/or agent
  • What is involved (writing, editing, formatting, cover design, marketing, obtaining reviews)
  • Expenses involved for self-publishing (cover design, ISBN, etc.)

Why Dr. Konin and Knoblauch?

Dr. Konin has a little experience…

  • Author of 24 published textbooks, actively working on writing 3 textbooks now
  • Books have been translated in Spanish, Portuguese, and Korean
  • Special Tests for Orthopedic Examination in its 5th Edition, Allied Health Best Seller first published in 1997
  • Author of 30 textbook chapters
  • Has published for Slack, Human Kinetics, Elsevier, and self-published

Dr. Knoblauch owns a publishing company

As previously discussed on Imbalances and Disequilibrium, Dr. Mark Knoblauch owns a small publishing company.

  • Certified as an athletic trainer since 1996, as CSCS since 1997, and licensed as LAT since 1999.
  • PhD in Kinesiology, Post-doc in Molecular Physiology and Biophysics 2012
  • Ten published books, several in development
  • Published book topics include vestibular disorders, special diets, running, time management
  • Publishing includes both self-published (print-on-demand) and direct-to-publisher

Contact Us

Dr. Jeff Konin – drjeffkonin@gmail.com

Dr. Mark Knoblauchmaknobla@Central.UH.EDU

Jeremy Jackson

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

Hoist logo; rapid hydration

AT Consultant Business – 555

Dr. Micki Cuppett runs a business as an AT consultant. Dr. Jeff Konin has been a long time friend and colleague of Micki's.

Who is Micki Cuppett?

Consultant, AT Consultant, AT Consulting, Micki Cuppett, Jeff Konin,

Micki has an extensive history in Athletic Training and AT education.

Here is a little of her Linkedin Bio:

Micki Cuppett has more than 30 years of experience as an athletic trainer, medical educator, and administrator. She is now self-employed as a consultant in the areas of strategic planning, leadership, accreditation, AT education, medical simulation and innovation. Known internationally for her work in instructional technology, simulation, and clinical encounter documentation, she has published numerous works in interprofessional education and co-authored Medical Conditions in the Athlete, a widely used textbook now on its third edition.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/micki-cuppett-54a4214/

One of things I love most about her bio is she led the CAATE from a budget deficit to a surplus while converting all of the accreditation process to an electronic platform.

You know how I love for people to get out of debt and build wealth following the Dave Ramsey model

Who is Jeff Konin?

Consultant, consulting, Jeff Konin, Micki Cuppett

Well, he too has accomplished a lot:

  • Currently Vice President of Global Education & Research for American Institute of Balance in Largo, FL
  • Currently President of Konin Consulting, LLC
  • Has held faculty appointments at James Madison University, University of South Florida, and University of Rhode island
  • Author of 24 academic textbooks, numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts, and invited speaker throughout the United States as well as in Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Norway, Romania, England, Netherlands, Spain, and Austria.
  • His clinical experiences have included serving as the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine at JMU, stints at the United States Olympic Training Centers in Lake Placid and Colorado Springs, and serving on the medical staff for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. He has also served as a medical coordinator for the USA Wheelchair Rugby Paralympic Team, and provided care for Disney World marathons, NASCAR and Professional Rodeo events.
  • Founding Partner of the Rehberg Konin Group provide expert advice in the area of risk management, and Founder and President of Coastal Health Consultants, from 1991-2001 offered continuing education workshops throughout the United States

NATA awards include:

  • Continuing Education Excellence,
  • Athletic Training Service Award,
  • Most Distinguished AT Award (MDAT),
  • NATA Fellow recognition status,
  • Advancement of Legal, Ethical & Regulatory Issues by the Professional Responsibility in AT Committee (PRAT)
AT Consulting Business with Dr. Cuppett and Konin

Dr. Cuppett and Dr. Konin each have detailed AT bios and are very qualified to be AT Consultants.we will discuss their background and philosphies, but more importantly how YOU can take steps to fullfill aconsultant role at some point in your career.

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Tuesday, March 19, 2019

What are they up to right now?

Dr. Cuppett is a full time consultant.

Dr. Konin has a full time job and does a lot of Legal Risk Consulting

Adam Halpern from Innovate AT also joins to help us understand the middle ground / transitional phase of becoming a consultant.

Are you good enough to be a consultant?

Micki Cuppett – Email Dr. Cuppett

Jeff Konin – Email Dr. Konin

Email Adam HalpernAdam@innovateat.com

Jeremy Jackson

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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