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Podcast veteran Kristi Messina joined me in Baltimore to talk about her experiences during Capitol Hill Day 2016 and much, much more.  

Direct download: Messina.mp3
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Tim Utt and Jeremy Emmons of Rehab Group of Morristown (TN) sat down with me to discuss their education and careers in the high school setting.  Tim is at Morristown East HS and Jeremy is at cross-town rival Morristown West HS.  Excellent stuff about work/life balance and advice on choosing an AT education program and more.  Listen!

Direct download: EastWest.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 11:02am EST
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Mike Hanley serves as Associate Athletic Director for Student Services at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.  Mike has been at ECU since 1990 and had mentored numerous ATPodcast guests as well as both hosts.  We have a great casual chat about his career and experiences in athletic training.  A must-listen!

Direct download: Hanley.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Dr. Gary Wilkerson, EdD, ATC discusses the high points of his presentation "Neuromechanical Factors Influencing Lower Extremity Risk".

Dr. Leon Scott, MD expands upon his presentation "Assessment of Uninjured Throwing Athletes".

Dr. Chris Anderson, MD distills his presentation "Iliopsoas Disorders: Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment" down into summary points.

Dr. Lizzie Hibberd, PhD, ATC talks about EBP and the take-home points of her presentation "Adaptations of Overhead Athletes".

Direct download: 2016_TATS_Roundup.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 5:55pm EST
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ATPodcast co-creator Dr. Pradeep Vanguri and I shoot the bull about stuff.  Some decent stuff in here...

Direct download: The_Podcast_Awakens.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 8:06am EST
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Mike Matheny is Head Athletic Trainer and Clinical Associate Professor at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York.  He is lead author on a pair of articles in the current International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training related to Vocal Cord Dysfunction - Exercise-Induced Laryngeal Obstruction.  His collaboration with a Speech Language Pathologist in the recognition and management of VCD-EILO has been chronicled recently in the NATA news and in the upcoming Training & Conditioning magazine.

Mike and I had a great chat about a number of things about his experiences and career in athletic training.  I think you'll enjoy this episode!

 

 

Inspiratory stridor

Expiratory wheeze

Direct download: Matheny.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Sue Falsone spoke with a group of Tusculum College students for this episode of ATPodcast.  Sue currently serves as Head of Athletic Training and Sports Performance for the US Men’s National Soccer Team.  She is the owner of Structure & Function, an educational and consulting business for healthcare providers and athletes.  For several years, she served as Head Athletic Trainer for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

This is very open and honest discussion of her career and she gives great professional advice to these soon-to-be athletic trainers and it serves as a good model for other student-led interviews.  If you have interest in your student group doing some thing similar, let me know!

 

http://suefalsone.com

https://www.systemicdryneedling.com

 

Direct download: falsone.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 7:35am EST
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Erik Nason serves as president of Athletic Trainers' Association of Florida.  He worked for 17 years at NASA's Kennedy Space Center providing care to employees and contractors.  He currently works as a physician extender and Manager of Athletic Training Services for an orthopaedic group in Titusville, Florida and he also owns his own company providing athletic training services to action sports.

We talk on this episode about his almost 20 year career working primarily in 'non-traditional' or 'emerging' settings and about his experiences in the ATAF and his contract services company.  

Direct download: Nason.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Randy Cohen serves as Associate Athletic Director for University of Arizona's C.A.T.S. Medical Services.  He is currently chair of NATA's College and University Athletic Trainers' Committee and has worked with a number of organizations on behalf of Certified Athletic Trainers.  He is currently chair of a taskforce developing a liability and risk assessment toolkit for athletic trainers.  We talk about a huge number of items and this is one of my favorite episodes.  Heck, we even kept talking after the interview was over.  Keep listening after the outro for another great story!

Direct download: Cohen.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Brandon Auton of Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina and Ed Duvall of Anderson University in Anderson, South Carolina joined me during our conference Athletic Trainers Committee meeting weekend to talk about their careers and experiences.  A fun chat!

Direct download: Auton_Duvall.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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A very informative episode featuring Scott Anderson of University of Oklahoma, Lesley Vandermark of Korey Stringer Institute, and David Csillan of Ewing High School in Ewing Township, New Jersey.  All participants bring incredible insight in areas of exertional heat illness and we talk about planning and preparing for, recognizing and treating heat illness.  A must-hear episode.

Direct download: Heat_Illness_Roundtable.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Alyssa McPherson is a Certified Athletic Trainer at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.  There, she serves as a visiting lecturer and works with IU's Army ROTC program as well as with the ballet and contemporary dance departments and IU's 'Marching Hundred' band.  We talk about the need for athletic trainers among competitive drum corps and marching bands.

Alyssa also completed the certified athletic trainer residency at Emory Sports Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia and she describes that experience in detail.  A very good episode.  Enjoy!

Drum Corps International:  https://www.dci.org

Drum Corps Medical Project:  https://www.facebook.com/dcmp.dci

 
Do you have any interest in working with, consulting, or volunteering with a drum corps?  If so, complete this brief online survey, and Alyssa will get you linked-into the right people!:  https://iu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5no2BulFMUBiFmt
Direct download: McPherson.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:09pm EST
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ATPodcast is taking this week off.  Enjoy some clips from past shows!

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Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 9:13pm EST
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Certified Athletic Trainer couple Lee and Alicia Lysiuk talk about their careers and life as married AT's.  They both work for St. Vincent Sports Performance in the Indianapolish area.  Alicia covers Heritage Christian School and works with USA Gymnastics, while Lee covers Pike High School and works with USA Diving. 

These are old friends of mine and it made for a very fun discussion!

Direct download: Lysiuk.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Denise Yoder has been at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois since 1997--serving as Head Athletic Trainer since 2012.  She talks in this episode about her career and experiences at the NCAA DIII school.  We also talk a lot about work/life balance, which she accomplishes through involvement with community theater.  Very good chat!

Direct download: Yoder.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Stephanie Guzzo just finished her first tour with the Orginal Harlem Globetrotters after serving four years as an athletic trainer at St. Mary's College of Maryland.  She talks about her experiences in these settings.  She is active in the District 3 and Maryland Young Professionals Committees and talks about her volunteer service.

The findings from her master's thesis was published in the November issue of International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training, titled "The Effects of Walking on Gastrocnemius Cooling During an Ice Bag Treatment".  She discusses this in this episode as well as her experiences utilizing the XLNTbrain concussion management system.  Good stuff.

Direct download: Guzzo.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Ronnie Barnes serves as Senior Vice President of Medical Services and Head Athletic Trainer of the New York Giants.  He has been with the Giants since 1980 making him the longest tenured of any current NFL athletic trainer.  During that span, the Giants have won 4 Super Bowl titles.  He was the first ever Certified Athletic Trainer to come out of the East Carolina University Sports Medicine Program!

On numerous occasions Ronnie has been voted Professional and NFL athletic trainer of the year.  He has served as a past PFATS President and is currently on the NFL's Head, Neck, and Spine Committee. 

In 1999, Ronnie was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame.

Direct download: Barnes.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Leslie Dent is in her fourth year at Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina.  She sat down with me and talked about her career and experiences in athletic training. This was SUPPOSED to be a two-part episode with her colleague Brandon Auton, but I am a schmuck and screwed up the recording!  I will be presenting that content next week.  Sorry ATPodcasters!!!!

Direct download: Dent.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 7:20am EST
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Hannah Gaveske is a Certified Athletic Trainer in her third year at the United States Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California.  She talks about her experiences there as well as about working BMX Supercross events and on several Dew Extreme Sports Tour stops.  We also talk about the USOC's Sports Medicine Volunteer Program as well.

Hannah was previously employed at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa where she worked with Chris Norton, a Luther College athlete who had sustained a spinal cord injury.  She was instrumental in helping Chris form SCI CAN--a non-profit organization whose mission is to support those with spinal cord injury and neurological disorders. She talks about this in this episode.  Please visit the link below to learn more.

SCI CAN Foundation

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Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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!

Direct download: Rolfes.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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!

Direct download: Sanders.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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.

Direct download: MiesmerMurray.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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/

Direct download: Driban.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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!

Direct download: Presidential_Forum.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00pm EST
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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.

Direct download: NSU_PreCeptor_14.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 3:41pm EST
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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

Direct download: Hopper_Messina.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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.

Direct download: Armstrong_Kirk.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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.

Direct download: JaySedory.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 1:20pm EST
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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/

Direct download: Castle.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Angela Shirk Sneed is a Certified Athletic Trainer with OrthoCarolina's Motorsports Program.  She joined me from Pocono Raceway where she was working in support of Roush Fenway Racing and Richard Petty Motorsports.  We discussed her career in motorsports and her experience in professional football and as a Certified Athletic Trainer working for her own company.  Very good stuff! 

Charlotte Observer article on OrthoCarolina's Motorsports Program.

 

Direct download: Sneed.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Jim Bazluki is a Certified Athletic Trainer for Carolinas Medical Center and currently serves as Head Athletic Trainer at Northwest Cabarrus High School in Concord, North Carolina.  Additionally, Jim is Vice President of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers' Association and chair of their Strategic Planning committee.  In March, he was the 21st person inducted into the North Carolina Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame.  Most notably, Jim was the first ever guest on ATPodcast!

Direct download: Bazluki2.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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BOC Standards Committee chair Mark Doughty, Dr. Cailee Welch, and Dr. Chris Nightingale joined ATPodcast to discuss Evidence Based Practice in Athletic Training. Mark talks about the process through which the new EBP CEU requirement was developed.  Dr. Welch talks about her research in EBP in athletic training and Dr. Nightingale discusses his experiece implementing EBP into clinical practice and educational programs.  Very good stuff!

Direct download: EBP_Roundtable.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Sandy Krum enjoyed a long career in professional baseball before serving as Head Athletic Trainer on TV's "The Biggest Loser".  He is a sought after speaker on sports medicine topics and wellness.  I've never heard anybody speak with more passion about athletic training and I'm sure you'll love this episode!

sandykrum.com

 

Also, check out his column/profile in Chicago View Magazine

Direct download: Krum.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Brittany Stone is Head Athletic Trainer at Coker College in Hartsville, SC.  She joined me for a quick chat during a rain delay here at Tusculum.  Great stuff!

Direct download: Stone.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Kevin King is finishing his first full year with the Carolina Panthers.  He checked in with ATPodcast after returning from the NFL combine in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Direct download: King_Checks_In.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 10:17am EST
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Jeff Bodenhamer serves as Rehabilitation Coordinator for the Texas Rangers Baseball Club.  He talked with ATPodcast about his education and career including his work at various levels of professional baseball.

Direct download: Bodenhamer.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 10:16am EST
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Nova Southeastern's Dustin Gatens joins us again for a discussion on some new things going on at NSU as well as in athletic training education.  We also talk a bit about some developments in NCAA D-II and tell some embarassing Pradeep Vanguri stories...

Direct download: Gatens_Strikes_Back.mp3
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Several Certified Athletic Trainers joined ATPodcast for a roundtable discussion of the NATA's Executive Committee on Education white paper report and recommendations of the entry-level master's degree as the most appropriate degree for professional preparation of AT's.  Sara Brown, former chair of the ECE was able to join us and was helpful in providing insight into the process and decisions behind the recommendation.  Also, Dr. Michael McGee of Lenoir Rhyne University talked about the transition his program made to ELM a couple years ago.  A very informative episode.  Thanks also to Dr. Pradeep Vanguri, Todd Hirsch, Brad Morgan, Kristi Messina, and Ryan Wantz for their participation!

Direct download: ELM_Roundtable_w_Sara_Brown.mp3
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I asked selected speakers at the Tennessee Athletic Trainers' Society Symptosium in Nashville, Tennessee this weekend to summarize their presentations.  Dr. David Liddle of Vanderbilt University Medical Center summarizes his presentation on running injuries.  Dr. Gary Solomon, clinical neuropsychologist for the Nashville Predators and Tennessee Titan and co-director of the Vanderbilt Sport Concussion Center discusses current research in Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. Emergency physician Dr. Warne Fitch describes some take-home points from his presentation, "Little Known Signs of Well Known Problems". Finally, Dr. Richard Duroucher discusses visual impairments and activity.

Direct download: TATS_roundup.mp3
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Pradeep and I talk reflect upon our 2013 and the direction of the podcast in 2014.  I sing a little Julio Iglasias.  Minimal educational content in this one... hey, it's not like you're getting CEU's for this anyway!  Enjoy!

Direct download: Happy_New_Year_with_Vanguri.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Jessika Hunt is in her seventh year at University of California Riverside.  Prior to that, she served for three years as Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer at Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmetsburg, Maryland.  Jessika talks about her rewarding career as a Certified Athletic Trainer.

Direct download: Hunt.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Jeremy Jackson is an athletic trainer and teacher at Pasadena High School just outside of Houston, TX.  He and his Sports Medicine students produce a series of interviews with athletic trainers and guests talking about sports medicine-related issues and I joined him to compare notes.  His series can be found here: sportsmedicinebroadcast.com

Direct download: Jackson.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 7:38am EST
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Pretty much just me talking about me.  Better content next time.  This episode ends with a montage of recognition previous podcast subjects have given their mentors. 

Direct download: Thanksgiving.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 11:34pm EST
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We've been lucky enough over the past year to talk with some great NATA Hall of Fame members.  It's great hearing these old-timers talk about their experiences and to hear first-hand about the evolution of our great profession.

 

Chuck Kimmel and Jerry Robertson (Part 1)

Chuck Kimmel and Jerry Robertson (Part 2)

Larry Starr

Frank Walters

Matt Webber

Chad Starkey

John Lopez

Terry Noonan

Russ Richardson (Presidential Forum)

Ronnie Barnes

Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 7:53am EST
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NATA Hall of Famer Dr. Chad Starkey currently serves as Program Coordinator at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.  An energetic educator, Dr. Starkey has presented at countless meetings and authored many books and articles.  He's served on numerous education committees and been the receipient of too many awards to list.  We talk a bit about the workgroup currently examining the athletic training professional degree among many other things.  A fun interview!

Direct download: Starkey.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Michael Blackburn has served as Head Athletic Trainer for the past five years at University of North Carolina Pembroke in Pembroke, North Carolina.  His career as a Certified Athletic Trainer has previously taken him to Ferris State and Western Illinois University.  Michael joined me and senior AT students Herchell Bridges and David Montes for a discussion of his career and education.

EDIT: UNC-Pembroke kicked our butts 60-20...

Direct download: Blackburn.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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This is the long lost episode...  Pradeep and I basically shoot the bull for an hour or so.  We have some good reflections on Vegas podcasts and make plans for next year.  We talk sponsorship.  We talk medical bags (and disc golf bags for some reason) and scissors and socks.  Enjoy.

Direct download: Tuesdays_with_Vanguri.mp3
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Dustin Fink is a Certified Athletic Trainer working in Mount Zion, Illinois.  He is also the creator of The Concussion Blog, an awesome website/resource for information related to concussion.  Dustin discusses his career and education and also talks about why he chose to create The Concussion Blog.  His dog Eli joins the discussion, too!

Direct download: Fink.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Travis Armstrong currently serves as Associate Head Athletic Trainer at his alma mater, Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona.  He returned to GCU after working at Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina for several years along side his wife Christy, all of which he talks about herein.

Direct download: Armstrong.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Jared Plummer currently works in sales for ACO Med Supply and DonJoy Orthopedics in North Carolina after working at University of Maryland, Florida Atlantic, and Ole Miss.  Funny guy with neat perspective on all things athletic training.  

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Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Dr. Pradeep Vanguri of Nova Southeastern University speaks with several presenters of their 2013 preceptor workshop.  This is a cool format.  Thanks everybody!

Direct download: Nova_Southeastern_Preceptor_Workshop.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Dr. Celest Weuve is Assistant Program Director at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee.  She is amongst the foremost researchers in workplace bullying in athletic training.  Dr. Pradeep Vanguri joins us for a great discussion about her research as well as her career prior to LMU.

Direct download: Weuve.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 11:50pm EST
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Mashup of some moments from the first 40 episodes.

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Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 10:17am EST
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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
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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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
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Several of the Tusculum staff sit down with me to talk about their experiences in athletic training.  Tim Miesmer, Michael Hawkins, and Amy Brooks.

Direct download: TC_Jamboree.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 5:46pm EST
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Watauga Orthopaedics' Dr. Marc Aiken talks about his involvement with The Masters Water Ski and Wakeboard Tournament and USA Water Ski as well as about his experiences working with Certified Athletic Trainers throughout his career.  We were joined by Kristi Overton-Johnson, a patient of Dr. Aiken and the former women's water ski slalom world record holder and Regina Jaquess, another patient of Dr. Aiken and the current world record holder.  Kristi and Regina talk about thier careers and competing around the world as well as their endeavors off the water.

www.wataugaortho.com

www.inhiswakes.com

www.reginajaquess.com

Direct download: Overton_Jaquess_Aiken.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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In April 2013, Tennessee became the 45th state to pass a youth concussion law.  Working in conjunction with state legislators and various medical and allied health groups for several years, Johnnie Anderson and Tim Hoskins were instrumental in getting the law passed, particularly in a format which recognizes Certified Athletic Trainers as experts in concussion management.  Tim and Johnnie join me to discuss their careers and the process by which Tennessee's concussion law came to pass.  

As mentioned in the interview, here are links to some information about the Zackery Lystedt law (on which Tennessee's is based) as well as a link to the CDC 'Heads Up' online training.

http://www.plaintiffstable.com/blog/zackery-lystedt-and-tennessees-new-youth-sports-concussion-law/

http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/online_training.html

Direct download: Hoskins_Anderson.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Dustin Gatens is a Certified Athletic Trainer who has been on staff at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for seven years.  He joined us for a discussion of his education and his career.  Dustin also talks at length about the multi-disciplinary team in place at NSU as well as some of the research initiatives underway there.

Direct download: Gatens.mp3
Category:ATPodcast -- posted at: 12:00am EST
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Tusculum College Athletic Training Program Director Tom Stueber joins Chris and Pradeep for a discussion about his career and experiences as a Certified Athletic Trainer.  We also reflect a little on the NATM podcast project.  And for some reason, we talk alot about marine biology and dolphin movies...

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