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My good friend Melissa Sparks joined me on ATPodcast to talk about her career as an outreach athletic trainer working at J.M. Robinson High School in Concord, North Carolina.  Sparky was the 2013 NC Outreach Athletic Trainer of the Year--an accolade that is well-deserved!

Direct download: Sparks.mp3
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Todd Hirsch is a Certified Athletic Trainer at Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights, NJ.  He joined me and Pradeep for a discussion of his career and perspective on athletic training.  He talks about his upcoming NATA Webinar, "The Young Professionals Guide to Career Longevity as a Certified Athletic Trainer."

Direct download: Hirsch.mp3
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Mashup of some moments from the first 40 episodes.

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Recent North Dakota State University masters graduate Mike McKenney joined me for a talk about his education and experiences working as a Certified Athletic Trainer.  He worked three years in the Colorado Springs area in a physician extender role and will be starting full time at Northeastern University in the fall.  He discusses his masters research related to muscle cramping.  Neat stuff!

Direct download: McKenney.mp3
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Terry Noonan is Director of Athletic Training Services at University of Iowa and the first Certified Athletic Trainer I ever met.  He joined me in Las Vegas for a short chat about his education, career and experiences in athletic training.  He talks, too, about his successes utilizing Active Release Technique.

Direct download: Noonan.mp3
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NATA Hall of Famer Matt Webber and NATA Vice President Scott Sailor join me in Las Vegas to talk about their careers and experience in athletic training.  Matt also talks about his book and website which chronicles modern athletic training throughout since 1881.  Scott also talks about the efforts to plan this largest Annual Meeting in NATA history.

Direct download: Webber_Sailor.mp3
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