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Kasey Rolfes is Director of Rehabilitation at Charlotte Sports Medicine Institute in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Talks about her role in the small practice, their use of e-rehab in patient education and about her current article in JAT entitled "Arthroscopic Treatment of Shoulder Instability: A Systematic Review of Capsular Plication Versus Thermal Capsulorrhaphy".  A neat episode!

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Clint Sanders is a Certified Athletic Trainer with Star Physical Therapy in the Nashville, Tennessee area serving Donelson Christian Academy.  He is the creator of athletictrainerweekly.com, a very nice blog site which compiles news articles, research and commentary related to athletic training.  A great chat with a great guy. Enjoy!

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Tim Miesmer and Kendall Murray join me to talk about their new athletic training work settings.  Both were on staff at Tusculum until departing during the summer of 2014 for greener pastures.  It was great catching up with both and I'm proud to call them friends and colleagues.

Tim Miesmer currently serves as Head Football Athletic Trainer at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky.  

Kendall Murray is a Certified Athletic Trainer at Reboud Sports and Physical Therapy in Fort Collins/Loveland, Colorado.

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Dr. Jeff Driban is a researcher at Tufts Medical Center in the Greater Boston area with a research focus on osteoarthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions.  His background as a clinical athletic trainer led him to cofound sportsmedres.org, a website dedicated to bridging the gap between sports medicine research and clinical practice.  An amazing resource for athletic trainers!  Dr. Driban discusses his career and involvement with Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association and the Athetic Trainers' Osteoarthritis Consortium as well.

 

Go Jumbos!!!

 

http://oaaction.unc.edu/resource-library/injury-prevention/

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In September, the NATA membership will vote on the Association's next president. Candidates Russ Richardson and Scott Sailor joined ATPodcast to discuss their experiences in athletic training and their outlook on issues important to the profession.  Current NATA president Jim Thornton also joined the conversation to talk about his experiences as president.  We were honored to have these guys join us and hope this serves as a great resource for the NATA membership especially!

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Drs. Dominic Carreira, Jerry Obed, and David Perloff of Broward Health speak with Dr. Pradeep Vanguri about their 2014 presentations to the clinical preceptors at Nova Southeastern University.

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Mike Hopper is a Certified Athletic Trainer at Waterloo HS in Waterloo, Illinois and Kristi Messina is a Certified Athletic Trainer at Rockwall-Heath High in Rockwall, Texas.  They joined me in Indianapolis to talk about their careers and AT experiences.  Mike and Kristi are the organizers of #ATTalk, a live Tweet Chat forum for topical discussion about athletic training issues.  What they are doing is great, great stuff and something all AT's should talk part in.  Below is a link to their blogsite which talks about how to get involved.  Do it!!!

 

 

#ATTalk

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Dr. Kirk Armstrong is Assistant Professor and Program Director of Georgia College and State University's Athletic Training Program.  His research interest involves the use of 'standardized patients' to assess AT students' clinical skills, which he discusses.  We also reminisce about our time together as athletic trainers at Loras College All Sports Camp where we first met way, way, way back in the day.  Fun stuff.

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Jay Sedory is president of the Virginia Athletic Trainers' Association and works as a Certified Athletic Trainer at the US Marine Corps' Basic School in Quantico, Virginia.  He joined me in Indianapolis during the NATA's 65th Annual Meeting and Symposium.

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Dr. Ray Castle is Athletic Training Program Director at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His story of serving on the 2013 Boston Marathon finish line medical team has been well-documented and Ray talks about that as well as his return for the 2014 race.  He also discusses his education and early career and his sports medicine services company, Action Medicine Consultants.  A super episode!

 

http://actionmedicineteam.com/

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