Biodex is a great tool to help solve the puzzle. for most Athletic Trainers in the Secondary Setting it s not an option to have one in school. However Kevin suggests speaking with the Doctor and Physical Therapist and see if they can not work out an à la carte script for using the equipment
WOW, what an amazing fast paced show. 30 minutes is really fast. We had a lot of fun and gave away some really cool stuff thanks to some really awesome people.
Here is the full list of guests and topics. This episode is long but very entertaining.
About every half hour we switched guests if you want to jump ahead to one then think in roughly 30 minute blocks.
It will also start the NATM with a bang since we are running about 15 shows this month.
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.
Mike McKenney and Dan Boothby have figured out how to do the most valuable aspect of athletic training. They focus on preventing injuries through a close relationship between Athletic Trainer, Strength Coach and Sports Dietitian.
“Wow, those guys are just a fountain of knowledge” – Dr. Josh Yellen on the guests for #123
External Bracing with Chris Dean and Maurice Hawkins – 115
Maurice Hawkins from Gazelle Health Care lends us some expert opinion on the topic of external bracing focusing specifically on the Ankle Roll Guard invented by Chris Dean. The Ankle Roll Guard fits outside the shoe and acts as a block for inversion ankle sprains. we do have concerns about this product on football or soccer players, but Chris says he is planning to do some trials with outside sports, but for now he has been focused on court sports since he is an avid basketball player.
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