Courage – the ability to do something that frightens you
Catherine Lawrence has an eating disorder. She asked me to do a podcast about the subject. She shares her story about lying, purging, passing out, going to rehab, relapsing, and the constant struggle with not demonizing food.
Getting behind the mic, on camera and sharing your story takes courage. in the video she can be seen shaking because of the fear. But she continues to tell her story.
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.
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.
of North Eastern University joins us again to talk about postural restoration. He is joined by Josh Ogden from Baylor University. I love their thirst for knowledge and understanding for the sake of improving the performance of their respective athletic programs.
Here is our interview with Dr. Kelly Blevins. Since this recording comes from a live conference, some elements are lost due to lack of visual props and some crowd noise can be heard. The stellar content more than makes up for the difference in sound quality.
Here is our interview with Dr. David Crumbie. Since this recording comes from a live conference, some elements are lost due to lack of visual props and some crowd noise can be heard. The stellar content more than makes up for the difference in sound quality.