Randy takes time away from his administrative duties to come chat with us about his new position in PISD as District Athletic Trainer
March is National Athletic Training Month
Mr. Barrett takes a break from lunch duty at Dobie High School to share with us about the change in job from full time athletic trainer to administrator. He worked at Lamar University, and a few high schools before stopping at Jackson’s alma mater. My favorite part is the reason he made the switch.
In my opinion psychology is the opposite of science, but with a little bit of persuasion from Melissa Romell I can see the value of psychology in sports. Once again our district is awesome at making resources available. Melissa works as a teacher in our district and volunteers her time and services to help our students succeed.
We are glad to have the award-winning coach David Sell on to talk about weight loss on a very busy schedule. Not only is he a husband and father, but he is also a football and track coach with a full teaching load to top it off. Finding time to get healthy isn't easy but for Coach Sell life will never be the same.
We had 5 of our sports medicine students in studio with us. They give a great brief perspective to life as a student athletic trainer. We have had a lot of great times with the podcast so far. Next week is our last week of school and we will be giving one last episode to close out the year.
I loved having Daniel Carico and Jessica Noxon on the show to share their extensive background in the performing arts.
Dance Medicine is an emerging practice setting for athletic trainers. We will also speak with Daria Oller & Carina Nasarallah.
While you are listening you can note the conversation between Danielle and Jessica about Sam Houston's Dance Program. We are connecting people everywhere
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In the special Cinco de Mayo edition of the Sports Medicine Broadcast, Pasadena Memorial High School's Matt Babisak joins us. We regret not snapping some photos of Jaime yesterday but we are still young. Feel free to follow us on twitter, send the link out to our show, make suggestions, or email us to be a guest.
We are back in action this week with a not so mini mini-series. Our first episode, 3.1, is closing in on an hour. We had a lot of fun talking with Jaime, but I think he might have done this before.
So here is the long-awaited episode of The Sports Medicine Broadcast. This is the first interview-style broadcast featuring the host Jeremy Jackson aka “Jackson” and Bill “Doc” Hale. Bill has a lot of experience and tons of stories and knowledge. Check out the show, follow us on Twitter, leave comments or email us with questions or topics you would like to see addressed. You can also find the podcast in iTunes.