Joshua Stone and Ryan Wantz team up to tell us why we should not be using ice as a main part of our treatment for athletic injuries. Initial use of ice for pain management is okay but the inflammatory response is important. Listen to our conversation and earn some BOC CEUs while you are at it.
Another successful year in the “books” for the SMB. I hope we have improved the overall quality, appeal and entertainment of the show. as always this is the place to reach us if you have someone or something you want to hear about.
At their previous places of employment both Bubba Wilson and Cat Lawrence had an Xbox Kinect. Ours has been open for about 2 weeks and have not used it for athletes yet. They have most of the knowledge and insight, I am just the pretty face on this one.
I would recommend viewing the YouTube or Ustream video of this episode to watch the conversation.
Bob Marley is probably the best known name in Athletic Training in the Greater Houston area. We are lucky to have him on the podcast today, and I am also lucky to be able to call him a colleague and a friend.
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
Everybody is talking about Super Foods right now. These are foods that help fight cancer, lower cholesterol, prevent heart disease. However, not everyone is talking about how to easily incorporate these foods into your everyday diet.
Roland took some time out of his very busy schedule working with the Houston Texans to come speak on the podcast. Working in the NFL is a lot harder and more demanding than you might think at first.
Also be sure to check out the rehabilitation tool he has developed: