Memorial Hermann Sleep Center's Dr. Micheal Byrd proves to be one of the most interesting guests to date for our students. His advice: Get off the phone and tablet at least an hour before bed.
Will Carroll is a lead writer for Bleacher Report and known on twitter as @injuryexpert. He has written pieces for several big names in sports journalism. He joins us to talk about his job, experiences and hit on steroids and other PEDs.
Check out his book The Juice
Chik-fil-a is an efficient and well run business. About half of their employees are high school or college age people. Listen in to learn how you can improve your athletic training program and get the best out of your people. – Captured Live on Ustream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sports-medicine-broadcast
Mary Spalding, a senior Athletic Training student in Colorado has a very interesting story that encouraged her to get into Athletic Training and encouraged her to seek admittance to medical school after graduation.
As much as Christi loved the injuries, treatments, rehab, teaching and relationships, she made a decision to leave athletic training for an undetermined amount of time to stay home with her new baby. Listen to her tell us why.
ps. check out the mohawk on Wyatt
This summer Diane Shore used her Sports Medicine skills to serve out her faith in the Ukraine and she is already working on heading back to the mission field next summer. Take a moment to listen to her story.
Twitter pick: @tweetCSMA
Bacon Burger Dogs, Child Bike seats, new sports medicine students…this episode is a warmup, equipment test and introduction for new students all in one. There is very little Sports Medicine content but some behind the scenes info about your host.
You can tell it is the end of the year because we got off to a really slow start on this one. Wrapping up year two we get some feedback and reflect on our guests. Since I am short on time there will be almost no editing for this one. Thanks for listening!