Tag Archives: FMS

Postural Restoration – 125

Mike McKenney 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.

Show notes for Episode 125

Video for #125

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Olympic Challenges with Jenna Street – 117

Olympic Challenges with Jenna Street – 117

Jenna Street, ATC at the Olympic Training Center, shares with us a few specific adaptations she has had to make, what life is like working with Olympic athletes and Paralympians. Trusting her Sports Medicine Team is very important in giving the best quality of care for her athletes.  Listen to our interview with her as we continue to shape the future of athletic training one podcast at a time.

Thanks to Morgan Wilson Music and JJ Worthen for allowing us to use parts of their songs.

Show notes for Episode 117

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Making a Difference as a Young Professional – 112

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.

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Thanks to Morgan Wilson Music and JJ Worthen for allowing us to use parts of their songs.

Show notes for Episode 112

Masters of Athletic Training at U of H

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Functional Movement Systems with Brett McQueen – 65

Brett McQueen is a self proclaimed stat junkie.  However we might all be interested in one stat he mentions on the podcast about a decrease injuries at some of the places he has been using the FMS and SFMA.