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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

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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

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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.

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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

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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.

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Contact Us:

Adam Larsen – AthleticTrainingBox@gmail.com

Email Adam Halpern : adam@innovateat.com

Jeremy Jackson

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Zithromax express delivery – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

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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. Buy provera online without prescription 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

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  • 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

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Jeremy Jackson

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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?

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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

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Ramadan and Athletic Health – 546

What is Ramadan?

  • Ramadan is the most holy observance of the world's second largest religion.
  • Takes place during the 9th month of the Islamic lunar calendar
    • Shorter than the Gregorian calendar, which causes the change in time from year to year.
  • Ramadan is a the obligatory spiritual period of abstaining from eating, drinking, smoking, chewing and sexual relations from dawn to sundown
    • For the scope of our practice we are only going to discuss diet, sleep and hydration
Ramadan, Mo Salah, Fasting, professional athlete, soccer liverpool
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Why is it Important?

  • The first verse of the Quran revealed to prophet Muhammed
    • One of the 5 pillars of Islam each physically and mentally able Muslim must perform
      • Salah (prayer)
      • Zakat (giving to the poor)
      • Hajj (“hidg” pilgrimage to Mecca)
      • Fasting
      • Faith

Why is Ramadan important to us?

  • Inclusion
  • Treat everyone the same!
  • Second largest religion
  • Time of year
  • Fasting
  • History (2012 Olympics held during Ramadan)
  • Detroit (largest Muslim population outside of the middle east)
    • Some sports/teams/schools adjust whole schedules when possible.

What Important Factors do ATs need to consider?

  • Diet
  • Hydration
  • Sleep
  • Exercise
  • Emergency procedures
    • Cold towels, cooling procedures and when to give water

What other things should we consider?

  • Inclusion
  • End of the year banquets
    • Take home meals
  • Pizza/Pasta parties
    • Will not be able to participate but please include
Iftar, Muslim, Ramadan
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Where is the letter John sent out?

Here is a copy of the letter John sent to his admin to help support his athletes and educate his peers

This letter contains the start/ end dates and start / end times for Ramadan

HERE is the YouTube video mentioned in the podcast

Contact Us

John Ciecko

Jeremy Jackson

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How to prepare athletes for a time of fasting.

Do you know what Ramadan is? Do you know how it can affect your athletes' performance? What about their health and safety?Join John Ciecko Friday at 9 am CT to discuss one AT's experience with fasting and sports competition.

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Friday, April 26, 2019

Tanya Watson – 540

Tanya Watson actually lived about 5 minutes from where I live now/ Although she has moved to New Mexico and spent most of her recent career there, we are connected.

The Women of Athletic Training

What is your AT Story?

Tanya Watson grew up in Las Cruces NM and found out about Athletic Training in Middle School and went to the Athletic Training Clinic at New Mexico State University (NMSU) for “growing pains” in her knees.  

Tanya attended NMSU, graduated in 2001 from the Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP) and BOC Certified in April 2002.

She then worked as a Licensed Athletic Training  Intern at NMSU for the Spring of 2002 covering the Track & Field team.

Following NMSU Tanya attended graduate school at the University of Wyoming 2002-2004 & obtained an MS in Kinesiology. While there she worked in athletics with football, swimming and diving, track and field, and wrestling.

Tanya was an Assistant Athletic Trainer at University of Alabama Birmingham from August 2004-June 2006 working with Women’s Basketball. She also supervised GA’s working with women’s sports.

From July 2006- July 2009 she was an Associate Athletic Trainer at The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg MS, Working with Women’s Basketball & Men’s Tennis.

Tanya Watson was also adjunct faculty and the Interim Clinical Coordinator for the ATEP (2007-2008).

She returned home to Las Cruces New Mexico in August 2009 and worked at Las Cruces Orthopaedic Associates as a Physician Extender and Clinic Manager until September 2014 when she accepted an emergency hire Term/Temp Faculty position at NMSU to teach in the ATEP.

May 2017 earned an MA in Curriculum and Instruction at NMSU. Now I am the Athletic Trainer as Las Cruces High School (my alma mater).

What leadership are you giving to ATs now?

Tanya Watson is serving in her current role as Southern Rep on the New Mexico Athletic Trainers Association Board. She has been in this position since 2016.

What are some of your best memories in AT?

As a woman in AT what are some of your challenges?

Coming out of college Tanya was not even considered for professional sports jobs.

Felt an internal pressure to put her career on the back burned to move home and be closer to elderly parents. Men do this as well, but more often it is women taking care of the family over career.

What do you want your legacy to be?

That every athlete I took care of knows they received my best care I was able to provide at that time. That their skill level or nationality did not influence how I provided care.

Contact us:

Tanya Watson: email: tewatson79@gmail.com

Cathy Supak – csupak@HoustonMethodist.org

Jeremy Jackson

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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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Nancy Burke – Women of AT – 537

A pioneer, innovator and hard worker, Nancy Burke has never been afraid of challenging the norms.

Her induction into the NATA Hall of Fame symbolizes how much change one person can make.

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Who is Nancy Burke?

  • Career spanning 4 decades
  • Certified in 1975
  • Eastern Kentucky Graduate Assistant
  • NATA Hall of Fame inductee
  • Pioneer
  • Innovator
  • Fairfax county Athletic Trainer for 28 years
  • Started Public Safety Athletic Trainer Society
  • 7 siblings with lots of nieces and nephews

What does retirement after 40 years of AT look like?

Nancy says she…

Played golf

spent some time on her pontoon boat

but that led to…boredom

How does Nancy Burke continue to grow as an AT?

  • Surround myself with forward thinking people. ATs who ask “What will Athletic Training look like in 10 years, 20 years?”
  • Getting her NPI number and advocating all ATs to get theirs.
  • AT Journals and publications
  • Reading up on various State Practice Acts
  • Building relationships with local ATs
  • Attend state and national meetings
  • Collaborate with both older and younger ATs

What are Nancy Burke's top moments in Athletic Training?

Receiving the phone call to be inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame.

Building lasting relationships with students / parents

Getting a phone call from Marjorie “Marje” Albohm requesting that Nancy be a speaker for the national meeting.

Discuss a low point in your career?

Working as the GA for Eastern Kentucky Nancy Burke was expected to be the next hire for the female At position.

She was not hired for that position

This made Nancy questions who she was, what she wanted to do and why she wanted to do it.

Ultimately after a few days in hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains she figured out she wanted to make an impact at the high school level and with 4 months that is where she was working.

Contact us:

Nancy Burke – www.ncburkeat.com/

Jeremy Jackson

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


Zithromax express delivery – 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

Prednisone prescription – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK Prednisone prescription

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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Roles of OUR Governing Bodies – 534

What are the roles of the BOC, CAATE, NATA, Foundation?

Do you know what each of our governing bodies does? Who certifies us, who checks up on the ATEPs, who advocates for the profession, who promotes growth through research?

NATA, BOC, NATA Foundation, CAATE, Strategic Alliance, Governing Bodies, Tory Lindley, Brian Conway, LesLee Taylor, Rusty McKune
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The BOC – Board Of Certification

Rusty Mckune is BOC president

CAATE – Commission of Accreditation on Athletic Training Education

LesLee Taylor is the president of the CAATE

NATA

Tory Lindley is now leading the NATA.

Advocacy

Engaement

Development

Foundation

Brian Conway is leading the NATA foundation

How do our Governing Bodies work together?

It is a shared responsibility and cooperative effort.

The Strategic Alliance allows each of us to do what we do best and work together to promote and improve the profession of Athletic Training.

NATA advocates and proposes legislation.

BOC ensures quality of the candidates and professionals

CAATE ensures the quality of education and continued growth demands for ATs

Education Foundation supports academic work and research through scholarship.

Still confused? 

Contact the guests of the show:

Rusty McKune – RMckune@nebraskamed.com

LesLee Taylor – LesLee@caate.net

Brian Conway – BrianConway@texashealth.org

Tory Lindley – tory@northwestern.edu

Contact Me

Jeremy Jackson – Host of the Sports Medicine Broadcast

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

Becoming a Physician Assistant – 530

How can an AT become a PA?

Interested in going from AT to Physician Assistant?

Reagan Dunnahoo has a unique skill set.  She was a practicing AT who went back to school to get her Physician Assistant license.  Reagan is now working at a small school where she is both the PA and AT.

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What is a PA?

Here is an infogrgraphic from AAPA.ORG

PAs are medical professionals who diagnose illness, develop and manage treatment plans, prescribe medications, and often serve as a patient’s principal healthcare provider. With thousands of hours of medical training, PAs are versatile and collaborative.

PAs practice in every state and in every medical setting and specialty, improving healthcare access and quality.

Who do the skills of an AT and PA work together?

When Reagan went to PA school she felt she could have done a better job leading the orthopedic section of the course than her instructor due to her extensive training with AT.

As a PA you have a greater responsibility for each patient and your patient population is larger.

Skills learned as an AT absolutely help Reagan succeed as a Physician Assistant.

Things to really consider:

PA school consumed about 95% of her time.

Over half of her graduating class is not still practicing as a PA

You are not allowed to work to earn income while attending most programs

Only one marriage survived her cohort

There is a lack of autonomy with PAs. It is actually easier to work on your own as a nurse practitioner than a Physician Assistant

How can I ask more questions of Reagan?

Email Reagan – rdunnahoo@hatchschools.net

Contact ME

Jeremy Jackson – Host of the Sports Medicine Broadcast 

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MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

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DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

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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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