Not A Hip Flexor – Rod Turner

When is a hip flexor not a hip flexor? Dr. Rod Turner joins Dr. Layci Harrison after his presentation at the Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update.

One of my rules of thumb is…What is going to kill a patient?

Is there anything ATs can look for in a hip flexor?

This kid came in on crutches?

Look at other factors

Discuss more of the gen med side of a hip flexor injury.

It is easy to forget about the abdomen.

It is easy to palpate the abdomen.

Are they getting better?

Are there certain cues we can give to request further imaging?

ER docs save lives every day.

Sometimes they get tunnel vision.

If the athlete had said abdominal pain rather than hip pain the workup probably would have been different.

Can we add anything to AT education?

Communication

Need to be willing to answer the phone

Rod Turner on IG

Jeremy Jackson

Shawn Readyshawnreadyatc@gmail.com

Ray Olivorayolivo1@gmail.com

Dr. Mark Knoblauchmaknobla@Central.UH.EDU

Dr. Layci Harrisonlharris5@Central.UH.EDU

Bob MarleyBob.Marley@uth.tmc.edu

Dr. Josh Yellenjbyellen@central.uh.edu

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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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

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Meghan Allcorn – Changing Settings

Meghan Allcorn has had about 9 job changes in roughly 11 years.

Meghan Allcorn

Meghan, where did you start as an AT? How long were you there?

11 years as an AT

PRN coverage for collegiate D2 in the Michigan area, working every sport available.

My first full-time job was as an Industrial Athletic Trainer out in the Washington area.

Secondary School setting back in Michigan

PRN coverage

Detroit Metro Airport

Secondary School and community outreach working out of a health and fitness facility.

Finished PTA degree and started working in the inpatient setting

Another industrial setting and been there for 4 years. 

What pushed you to change settings?

Survival as a single female, creating a full-time job where there was not one before.

Currently the program manager for Workfit in the automotive industry.  I now have 2 little girls and wanted a day shift job that would still have a need every day.

I was done missing my kid's events.

Which was the hardest change for you?

Leaving the first industrial setting job – it was a first shift job and gave me so much freedom of schedule.

Discuss the Airport setting

You get on the airplane and put one bag overhead.

The workers tag them, move them, and help the underbelly workers get them there.

They are stuck under your dining room table moving 50-pound bags for an 8-hour shift.

How did you transfer experiences from one setting to the next?

Personality is the top transfer tool.

Build trust and then you can accomplish a lot of things.

The skills transfer similarly.  You need to be in that position or setting to observe and improve body mechanics.

Assembly line – you have about 60 seconds to get your part, attach it, and be free.  The parts are usually behind you and need to be gathered for each assembly.

Is this your final stop?

I do not know.

I love AT and what it has brought to my life, but I can not say it is definitely my final destination.

Encourage someone in the process now

Do not be afraid to try and fail.

Every time you try something new you gain experience.

Any Regrets?

No regrets but a few missed opportunities.  All of these lead to shaping who I am.

Favorite resource for someone looking to change settings?

REBA employee assessment

Changing Settings Series

Joel Luedke

Tyler Triggs

Tanya Watson

Daniel Ruedeman

Kevin Joyce

Bill Coburn

Jason Robey

Meghan Allcorn

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

John Ciecko – John Ciecko on Twitter

Meghan Allcorn – LinkedIn

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

Jason Robey – Changing Setting

Jason Robey has experience with division 1 athletics, industrial, academic, and military Athletic Training settings.

Jason Robey

Jason, where did you start as an AT?  How long were you there?

High school

Clinical Outreach

Went back to grad school

Semi-pro sports

Physical Therapy Clinic

Independent pro baseball

Division 3 college

D1 college

Air national guard

Army

Where are you now?

Newport Virginia Fort Eustice

I am a subject matter expert – more like a consultant

H2F – Holistic Health and Fitness

There are 6 different tests rather than the previous pushups, run, and situps

We have an entire team similar to a D1 sports program.

Mental health, nutrition, strength, 

The current AT policy in the Army is very restrictive and we are pushing those boundaries.

We have about 200 ATs and I am their advocate at the admin level.

What makes you the subject matter expert?

Broad patient background

Experience

Understanding both sides of the need

I have a Ph.D. and worked as an assistant professor.

The Army has the most ATs on staff and should be about triple that over the next 7 years.

Is this where you plan to stay?

Definitely would like to stay in the military, but I want to advance to become an army civilian.

A favorite resource for someone looking to change settings?

Recognizing the potential of stress as you are changing.

If you are an AT you are qualified for the position.  You do not need to be the grand wizard of AT to work in the industrial or military.

All changes are stressful and difficult.

I did not know the Army, but I did know Athletic Training.  

Contracts – you are not in the military, just a worker for the military.

The companies are starting to recruit in case they get awarded the contract.

I have not seen a weight requirement but you do need to be physically fit to ride along on training events.

What is the future of the H2F?

Each year we are going to expand the number of brigades that we provide care for.

620 ATs by 2030.

Regrets or missed opportunities

I miss the athletes and patient care

I am in a place where I need to be helping advance the profession

Each step is important

Changing Settings Series

Joel Luedke

Tyler Triggs

Tanya Watson

Daniel Ruedeman

Kevin Joyce

Bill Coburn

Jason Robey

Meghan Allcorn

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

John Ciecko

Jason Robey

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

Amy Metiva, snocross, HOIST

Bill Coburn – Changing Settings

Bill Coburn changed settings a few times to meet certain needs in his life. Employment, advancement, family-friendly schedule. Check out his story and let him know if you have questions for him.

Bill, where did you start as an AT? How long were you there?

Ohio University in the spring of 2000

Took a job in the high school as just the AT for afternoon and afterschool job

I taught sports med for 3 years

Worked through the county for exercise science and AT

Continued to get a reduction in force or RIF

Went to grad school to get a masters in AT

Took a job at Davidson North Carolina

The change in conferences made travel unbearable.

Had my son in 2014

Returned to the high school setting

Had a 50-minute commute for about 2 years

Took a job closer to the house in Greensboro

When my second son was born I had to be available at home more.

Worked for an independent orthopedic office until they merged with EmergeOrtho.  That opened up an opportunity for me to 

What pushed you to change settings?

Family life

Burnout at the high school

Favorite resource for someone looking to change settings? https://roymatheson.com/

https://www.ergoscience.com/ https://www.occupro.net/ https://www.posturalrestoration.com/ https://www.functionalmovement.com/ https://www.nata.org/committee-practice-advancement 

Look for the places that are paying better and provide a better life balance.

Changing Settings Series

Joel Luedke

Tyler Triggs

Tanya Watson

Daniel Ruedeman

Kevin Joyce

Bill Coburn

Jason Robey

Meghan Allcorn

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

Bill Coburn

John Ciecko

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

PhysicalTherapy.com; 1freecourse; continued; Physical therapy

Kevin Joyce – Changing Settings

Kevin Joyce had to make some changes because he felt like a zombie.

Kevin Joyce

Kevin, where did you start as an AT?  How long were you there?

US merchant marine academy as an intern

Elmyra college as GA for 2 years

SUNY Plattsburgh – 5 years

SUNY New Polts – Head AT

Post University in Conn – as head AT and head SC for 6 years ***huge burnout alert***

I had two young kids at home and woke up daily asking myself why I was doing this.

Got the opportunity to do DME.  It was an improvement but still a struggle

Worked clinical for 3 years in the PT clinic with a friend.

SUNY Oswego – works with a former student-athlete as the head coach.

I realized how I missed the college sports setting.

When you took that Head AT position, why was that too much too soon?

At that point, they had been without a head AT for about 8 months.

My previous spot was kinda a one horse town where everyone wanted to work with you.

At that location, it was more in a metroplex, that people were not begging to work with your team.

I did not realize what works in one place does not work in every place.

In some of our COVID meetings, I would not speak for the first 2 or 3 meetings.

Where are you now?

USNY Oswego

A lot of the older PTs gave me the autonomy to work with the patients as I saw fit.

The newer PTs were high and mighty.

I loved working with a diverse population, but I felt most comfortable with the college-age athlete.

I enjoy the unpredictability and chaos.

I enjoy having to problem-solve with evaluations and think and adjust on the fly.

Is this where you plan to stay?

I plan to be here.

What pushed you to change settings?

The change was what I needed at the time to reset and refocus.

I needed a challenge so I knew the DME and clinical jobs were not for me.

The need to create and improve was a driving force for me to come back to the college setting.

What held you back from moving on?

Fear

Am I setting myself up for failure

Will this provide for my family

We had to move back in with my 85-year-old mother to make the change.

My wife brought up the fact that I needed a change

Favorite resource for someone looking to change settings?

Spoke with people in those positions

Changing Settings Series

Joel Luedke

Tyler Triggs

Tanya Watson

Daniel Ruedeman

Kevin Joyce

Bill Coburn

Jason Robey

Meghan Allcorn

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

John Ciecko

Kevin Joyce

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

Daniel Ruedeman – Changing Settings

Daniel Ruedeman discussed his journey to Orthopedic Trauma with Sandy Harris of the ATCorner Podcast

Daniel, where did you start as an AT? How long were you there?

Started in the clinical outreach setting

I was an intern in the traditional high school setting

Moved to Tennessee for a traditional setting for 3 years

Was awarded a Stedman Hawkins fellowship and started working an outreach job.

Long hours were wearing me out so I became an outreach manager at a small private practice

I am currently working in OrthoTrauma – 4 x 10s

No outreach responsibility

Is this where you plan to stay?

I have had opportunities to move up in the admin side but pulled back because I look forward to going to work each day.

What pushed you to change settings?

The team physician back in Tennessee invited me to come to work in the clinic setting.

I did not see the connection with the patient like they had at the clinic

Tate Ericson came in and started running the outreach program and we started growing the program like crazy.

The history you are taking with the family and patient in the clinic is different from the one on the sidelines.

Becoming an Office Admin –

Being a stay-at-home dad I knew I needed to find something.

I applied for the office manager spot but they offered the back office manager spot.

I learned a lot about the roles and responsibilities but i missed the clinical experience.

How did you articulate your capabilities?

I take pride in having the staff’s back and supporting them.

I always felt like this was missing in my AT jobs 

Finding more ways to talk to people and building bonds.

How can I provide for them?

What held you back from moving on?

What is the pay

Am I going to be happy

I have connections from each stop along the way and losing that connection caused me to hesitate.

Trauma was a new challenge for me.

Favorite resource for someone looking to change settings?

Do your research on the demands of the job

Talk to people

Know your motivation and what you need for your fulfillment.

Making the changes taught me about myself at each step of the way.

Trust your gut

Changing Settings Series

Joel Luedke

Tyler Triggs

Tanya Watson

Daniel Ruedeman

Kevin Joyce

Bill Coburn

Jason Robey

Meghan Allcorn

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

John Ciecko

Daniel Ruedeman

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

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Tanya Watson – Changing Settings

Where did you start as an AT? How long were you there?

Tanya Watson

Started out as a College AT at Division 1 Mid Major Universities, Interned at my Alma Mater New Mexico State University for a semester, then Grad School at the University of Wyoming, My First Job was at the University of Alabama Birmingham for 2 years, then at the University of Southern Mississippi for 3 years. 

Then life got Lifey, my parents were getting older and having health problems so I needed to move back home. I was able to find a job in a Physician's Practice and worked there for 5 years. 

When I felt that I had hit the “ceiling” and was not growing professionally I was looking to leave, and my Alma Mater was in need of an emergency hire to teach in the Athletic Training Program. I taught Full time for 2 years, then adjunct for 2 years. 

A local High School position opened up so I applied and accepted that position for a year. That high school was not a good fit, but have now been at my current High school for 4 years. 

Where are you now?

Texas 6A High School

Is this where you plan to stay?

No intention of moving on anytime soon. 

Tanya, what pushed you to change settings?

Life 🙂 

A favorite resource for someone looking to change settings?

NATA has a lot of great resources on job descriptions, committees, etc. 

For those interested in the Physician practice the Athletic Trainers in Physician Practice Society has a lot of great info and job postings https://atpps.org/ 

Regrets or missed opportunities

The physician practice setting – I wish I could have grown it.

When it was time to make the change it wasn't hard to make that decision.

It took a while to recognize I needed a change.

Mental and physical exhaustion

The clinical setting did not provide me with the mental challenge I craved.

Find what takes priority in your life and make a career decision based on that.

Athletic Training is NOT my Identity

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

Tanya Watson – @tewatc on Twitter and Instagram

Changing Settings Series

Joel Luedke

Tyler Triggs

Tanya Watson

Daniel Ruedeman

Kevin Joyce

Bill Coburn

Jason Robey

Meghan Allcorn

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

McDonald; Dermoneuromodulation; Medbridge; CEUs Online CEUs; affiliate link

Tyler Triggs – Changing Settings

Tyler Triggs

Where did you start as an AT? 

  • Started at an orthopedic clinic working at a high school right out of college. New school so the first AT they had. I was also the first and only full-time outreach ATC Rockhill had.
  • Loved my school. Very High turnover in management at the clinic

How long were you there?

  • Nearly four years

What was next (tell more of your story)?

  • So this is kind of two parts. Before COVID I started a cash-based rehab services business. Partnered with local gyms. This was my plan to leave and do full-time. Was about to make the jump then COVID hit and the gyms shut down. 
  • This kind of killed my momentum and made me pivot. I tried to go into the online space and still do that some but needed it to be a side gig for now at least. 
  • Things came about with the clinic I was at. Did not feel appreciated or supported anymore and had the opportunity to try Sales.
  • Gave me more “regular” hours. Higher pay potential and higher pay to start. 
  • Dynasplint for 6 months. I ended up working more hours. Being bored with the work and just did not like my situation. 

Where are you now?

  • This led me back to “traditional” – I am with a children's hospital here in Kansas City as the ATC of a Class 5 high school. It is the district I live in, and my wife teaches at the school. Just started at this school after being at another one before internally transferring when this came open. 

Is this where you plan to stay?

  • The answer is maybe. I don’t want to leave for another school or hospital system. CMH treats me well and the school situation is about as ideal as they come. 
  • But we just had a baby 6 weeks ago. And I can see my priorities already shifting and wanting to be home more. I know I won’t be willing to miss his sporting events and other activities. 
  • Other options I am keeping an eye on: Industrial, Military, Healthcare Admin/Leadership, Self-Employed 

What pushed you to change settings?

  • Feeling underappreciated 
  • Lack of work-life balance 
  • Pay 
  • Advancement opportunities 

Tyler, what held you back from moving on?

  • Fear of failure 
  • Lack of opportunity at first 
  • Not want to leave my athletes 
  • Really enjoyed the school I worked with

A favorite resource for someone looking to change settings?

  • Fellow ATCs!!
  • Speak to others in the setting you are thinking about or who are with the company you want to apply for. 
  • Former employees at those places can also be very helpful 

Call to action:

  • Do your homework before jumping into just any opportunity
  • Now is a great time to advocate for your worth in many ways 
  • If you want to stay in traditional settings, don't feel bad about it. Maybe your current position is just not that great of a fit but another could be. And if you want to try something else don’t let fear hold you back.

Changing Settings Series

Joel Luedke

Tyler Triggs

Tanya Watson

Daniel Ruedeman

Kevin Joyce

Bill Coburn

Jason Robey

Meghan Allcorn

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

John Ciecko

Tyler Triggs – tyler.triggs@gmail.com

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

Changing Settings – Joel Luedke

Joel, where did you start as an AT, how long were you there?

D1 Track and field – the pay was not great

Took the head AT spot at a D3 school that gave more money and last hours

Currently working at a local clinic

Joel Luedke

What was next on your AT journey?

My job was the first job that was paid for directly through athletics.

With the change to MAT programs we knew we needed to take advantage of the unavailability of GA positions.

Is this where you plan to stay?

This is a loaded question.

I currently have a 1-hour each-way commute

I will hopefully look for something close to home

The clinic setting is probably where I will be for the remainder of my career.

What pushed you to change settings?

We were losing staffing but there was no reduction in expectations.

I also had changes in my personal life – we had a kid.

I was not going to be able to fulfill those commitments and could not ask the team to pick up my slack.

Which skills transferred?

It was fast-paced in the clinic.

What held you back from moving on?

I loved my job at the university

If we could have gotten the staffing then I likely would have stayed.

We had done so much to change and build things.

Talks with a close colleague with more years of experience were really important for me.

Do you have any regrets?

I miss daily interactions

I miss daily treatments and the rehab side of it.

I have been working to create those opportunities.

I miss the moving and shaking and trying to figure things out.

No regrets, just miss some stuff

I would not trade the time with family for the loss of those things.

A favorite resource for someone looking to change settings?

Talking to people

Listen to podcasts that discuss their setting

Take some tours

Talk about some of your accomplishments:

I never complain about being bored, but i do not feel like i am operating at 100%.

The team has been open to options

We recently got a service agreement with tactical operation teams.

Opening up dry needling same-day appointments.

How has the network been important?

The team physician was really willing to get people in to take care of the athlete.

My current supervisor used to work for me at the university.

We are all looking out for each other and trying to make thighs happen.

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

John Ciecko

Joel Luedke

Changing Settings Series

Joel Luedke

Tyler Triggs

Tanya Watson

Daniel Ruedeman

Kevin Joyce

Bill Coburn

Jason Robey

Meghan Allcorn

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

Elevate Athletic Training

“We have to elevate Athletic Trainers.” This has been a driving force for me since I became a director of athletic accounts at Henry Schein. – Eric Kearns

Elevate

Rising Star Award –

Shortlink – sportsmedicinebroadcast.com/RisingStarAward

  • How can we give back and elevate?
  • What are some of the conflicts ATs are dealing with?
  • It is peer-nominated and voted on
  • Less than 5 years of experience
  • Previous winners become judges as well
  • Happens during NATM – so each March

What is your first memory of an AT?

  • Jim M. at the University of Kentucky
  • Had to fill the role of a previous AT with a great relationship
  • We did not have an AT as hockey players growing up in New York
  • Here is your one shot to make our relationship work

First “normal year” post-pandemic what are ATs needing

  • Stuff delivered on time…that is the biggest struggle.
  • The rising cost of goods is also an issue for everyone.

Favorite use of space tip you give to ATs?

  • Eric Kearns was a contractor for years before coming to sales so this is great for me.
  • Start with the big objects and work from there
    • Tables can only go in certain areas.
  • A turf workout area is a really awesome concept that provides greater rehab opportunities.

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Contact:

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Phone: Cell – 631-793-5020

Email: Eric.Kearns@henryschein.com Henry Schein Medical Customer Service: AthleticsandSchools@henryschein.com

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

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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.

Marc Pro – Use “THESMB” to recover better.

Elevate