We live in a culture that is obsessed with obtaining perfection, and as a result, can ignore the needs of the body to favor the image of fantasy. The issue here is that the body cannot sustain this. After awhile, she starts to break down, become ill, ache, fail. And it's doing nothing for our sensuality, pleasure, + sexuality. Dr Liz Letchford is here to talk to us about the shadow side of the fitness industry, how our emotions affect our body's functioning, + how sensuality can heal. In this episode you'll hear: What causes our body to become tense + rigid + how this impacts our pleasure + sex How old messages + distressing events from our past have built as rigidity + less sensitivity + pleasure potential overtime How tense pelvic floor muscles impact our orgasmic potential Trauma + mental health's impact on the body + sensuality Sensuality as medicine - how it heals The impact of mental health on young women's bodies + performance in athletics The shadow side of fitness + how it can contribute to disconnection from the needs of the body Practices to release the body's armor + experience greater flow of energy + pleasure Our upcoming workshop collaboration - Body Release: Awakening Through Our Sensuality Then join us on November 7th at 11am PST as we present an epic collaboration of Dr Liz's signature Release class fused with Dr Cat's sensual intelligence. Grab your spot today: Body Release: Awakening Through Our Sensuality THE SKINNY ON OUR SEXY GUEST Dr. Liz Letchford is an Athletic Trainer and strength coach who takes a holistic approach to improving mechanics, posture and pain. With a PhD in Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science, her research interests focus on injury risk reduction and the relationship between biomechanics and human emotion. She is the creator of The Release, a self-massage and movement experience designed to help students get out of their head and into their body. Liz is a founding coach for Tonal, a connected fitness company where she is also part of the research and innovation team. With a deep passion for using movement to improve quality of life, Liz plays an integral role in understanding and influencing change at the intersection of fitness and rehab. Learn more at lizletchford.com WANT MORE? Start your journey to coming back home to your body + developing a sensual relationship. Grab my FREE Sensual Sundays Guide full of all my favorite products + Sunday ritual to reconnect with your pleasure once again. Then head over to SexLoveYoga.com for more articles, practices, + events. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eatplaysex/message
*episode was pre-recorded* Hello everyone and welcome back to On the Line. This week I had the awesome opportunity to talk with Raechal Martin, a certified Athletic Trainer and licensed Massage Therapist. You may know her from the Netflix show Last Chance U which featured Independence community colleges football program and the players journeys to returning to playing D1. Raechal was the athletic trainer and was a main feature on the show. In this week's episode you will learn about her journey to becoming an athletic trainer, her time on the show, and some general injury advice.Follow Raechal Martin On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/msraechal/
Jeff Allen has been the Director of Sports Medicine with the University of Alabama since 2007. During his time at Alabama as their head Athletic Trainer, he's been a part of six national championships and is considered one of the most respected athletic trainers in the country. Prior to this time with the Crimson Tide, Allen served as the head athletic trainer at Tennessee-Chattanooga and Central Florida. Today on the podcast, we talk to Jeff about his journey to Alabama, why Nick Saban believed in him, how playing football helped guide him to becoming an athletic trainer and why his faith is crucial to the way he does his job and lives his life. --- Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
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Meet Brian Scott, a retired athletic trainer who worked at the high school and collegiate levels with a brief stint in minor league baseball. Brian started as a full time practicing physician's assistant in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine over 14 years ago.He is also the host of the Injured List podcast, your go-to source for everything about injuries related to sport, from fantasy sports injury updates to educational healthy tidbits for the weekend warrior.In this episode, Brian discusses the types of athletes he's treated throughout his career and common injuries which occur in runners. He emphasizes the importance of cross-training and understanding your own physical baseline so that pain and injury management can become more precise and accurate. He also covers the difference between male and female injuries, the mechanics of running, and steps you can take to prevent future injuries.BRIAN'S TAKEAWAYSThe majority of injuries in runners stem from chronic overuse and overtraining.Cross-training is vital to injury prevention.What works for professional athletes may not work for you.Before you embark upon a new exercise journey, always get a physical first.The female triad occurs in runners when there is a combination of overtraining and malnourishment. It can lead to irregular menses, osteoporosis, vitamin deficiencies, and stress fractures.Since the body is like a chain, small injuries in running will cause a chain reaction.Look for the origin of the injury.Lifting weight helps decreasing bone density.CONNECT WITH BRIANWebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitter
Chris Russell and David Harrison host your Locked On Washington Football Team Podcast bringing you news, analysis and everything between as it pertains to the NFL and the WFT. With news breaking Monday Washington Football Team head athletic trainer Ryan Vermillion is involved in a criminal investigation by the DEA, Chris and David discuss the possible ramifications and team involvement as we know today. Then, it's 'Takeaway Tuesday' and we turn our attention back to the field and identify lessons to take from the WFT's Week 4 win over the Atlanta Falcons. Dustin Hopkins, Jamin Davis, Curtis Samuel, and the potential of recent injury developments with players like Jon Bostic, Dyami Brown, and Brandon Scherff. Plus, we hear from some of Washington's most loyal fans, in a news and analysis-filled episode of the Locked On Washington Football Team Podcast! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
An athletic trainer is a certified and licensed health care professional practicing in sports medicine that specializes in managing, preventing, and recovery of injured athletes. Johnston High School is a high school located in Johnston, Iowa, a suburb of Des Moines. About Chris Wiedmann, ATC, LAT Chris is a graduate of Coe College and has been a Certified Athletic Trainer since 1998. He is also a Licensed Athletic Trainer by the state of Iowa. His job experiences include the USHL Des Moines Buccaneers, Iowa Central Community College, Iowa Barnstormers, Des Moines Menace PDL and several area high schools as well as being responsible for the AAU Junior Olympics in 2004, 2009, 2014, and the 2013 Outdoor Track and Field Championships as the Medical Coordinator. Chris is a member of the National Athletic Trainer's Association and a member of the Iowa Athletic Trainers Society. This podcast represents Dr. Barron Bremner and Dr. Jason Sullivan's opinions and their guests on the show. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we share is accurate, we welcome any comments, suggestions, or corrections of errors. Privacy is of the utmost importance to us. All people, places, and scenarios mentioned in the podcast have been changed to protect patient confidentiality. This podcast should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever, including but not limited to establishing a "standard of care" in a legal sense or as a basis for expert witness testimony. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. In no way does listening, reading, emailing, or interacting on social media with our content establish a doctor-patient relationship.
This week the coaches sit down with Lydia Beckman, Athletic Trainer at Odessa High School, to talk about the importance of nutrition and mental health in student athletes. 00:00 - 3:05 - Rec season and Pre-Rep and Pre-Juniors 3:06- 23:05 - 91st minute with Lydia Beckman 23:06 - 41:37 - USWMNT, CONCACAF, Player of the match, on this day in soccer history, fair play of the week
On today's episode, I'm talking with Dr. Jenny Hunnicutt, the owner and founder of Hunnicutt Writing and Consulting, LLC.Jenny earned her Bachelors in Athletic Training, and continued along a research route, earning a Masters in Sports Medicine and a PhD in Health and Rehabilitation sciences. After working as the sports medicine research and education coordinator at Emory, Jenny felt there was still something missing in her career. She took time off to listen to herself and realized it was the writing that was her true passion. So she took a leap and started Hunnicutt writing and Consulting where she works with research teams, businesses, and professionals all over the world in the fields of sports medicine and orthopedics. Now she's writing, editing, and consulting on her own terms.We talk about:Listening to yourself to figure out what you want in lifeEmbracing multiple identities as a strength (Jenny's include research writer and promotor of the sport of pole dancing among other things!)Finding a community of women in the Women's Career Transformation AcademyIf Jenny's behind the scenes sneak peak at the Women's Career Transformation Academy interested you, registration is only open for a limited time, click here to learn more and take the first step towards feeling confident and owning your career!Depending on when you listen to this episode, I still have two more sessions of the Crush Your Imposter Syndrome masterclass!Click here to save your seat in the free and LIVE masterclass and let's starting building your career confidence!To get the latest tools to help you build your own career right now, check out these FREE resources at Madam Athlete:Negotiation: Grab your worksheet to prepare yourself for your next negotiationGoal-Setting Mini Course: Get started in the FREE Goal-Setting mini-course today!Managing Perfectionism: Download my 3 favorite exercises to fight off perfectionismBook Club: Sign up here to join the book clubKeep an eye out for new content or let us know what you'd like to see next by following us on social:Instagram: @theMadamAthleteFacebook: @MadamAthleteTwitter: @MadamAthlete
For our season premiere, we are excited to have Kelly Starrett. Kelly is a physical therapist, strength & conditioning coach, a bestselling author, and co-founder of The Ready State. He's a friend of the guys, a thought-provoking medical professional, and a true coach at heart... this show is for everyone. Today, we dive deep into the subject of pain. The guys break down how we perceive it, how our movement and lifestyles affect it and what we do as clinicians, coaches, and individuals to manage and relieve it. We also discuss if injuries can be prevented. So get ready for the season 4 premiere of the Movement Podcast- Powered by FMS.SHOW NOTES & LINKSKelly Starrett: The Ready StateIG: The Ready State Desk BoundThe Ready State Podcast w/ Gray CookCan FMS and CrossFit Coexist?Perry NickelstonSapiens – A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari Assessing Movement w/ Stu McGill, Gray Cook & Craig Liebenson- Video SFMA Level 1 Preview FMS Level 1 Preview
Today we have the pleasure of having Chris Ryan share his experience on how he went from athletic training to breaking into medical device sales Guide For Breaking into Medical Device Sales Ebook: https://newtomedicaldevicesales.squarespace.com/ New To Medical Device Sales: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/new-to-medical-device-sales/id1522512043 Website: https://www.newtomedicaldevicesales.com New to Medical Device Sales Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/newtomedicaldevicesales/ Jacob McLaughlin Fitness Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/jm_fitness1/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jacob-mclaughlin25/support
Most of us inevitably recruit a team that support our running. This could be a running partner, coach, crew, pacers, etc. One key teammate that you might consider is an Athletic Trainer. Guest co-host, Krissy Moehl, shares her experience with having someone on her team that helps maintain her body through activation, recovery and treatment. Kerry Gustafson is owner of Prime Sports Institute, an athletic training facility providing a team approach to health care in Bellingham, Washington. Kerry explains that athletic trainers are the "point guard" for your care. Traditionally these athletic trainers are found on the sidelines of collegiate or professional sports teams. Now their services are available for the amateur runner! To find an athletic trainer near you, try Go4Ellis. Check out Prime Sports Institute's online Yoga for runners program or call for a remote consultation. Follow Prime Sports Institute on Instagram Youtube Support Trail Runner Nation by becoming a Patreon supporter
In this episode, I speak with Certified Medical Technologist, Athletic Trainer, and Health Mentor, Jane Wenning on The Importance of Self Care in the Grieving Process. Jane discusses the 4 pillars of health and how to use this awareness to take appropriate self care measures during the grieving process. You can find Jane on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and her website.
IDP welcomes Steve McCauley! Cofounder of Athletic HealthCare, Steve is one of the most well known athletic trainers and strength & conditioning coaches here in Las Vegas. He has worked with world class athletes, acrobats, and dancers alike. Listen to his advice on how to stay healthy and working as a professional dancer including his advice on proper warm ups and self care. Plus Taylor shares a his experience of privately working with the vocal ICON - Celine Dion. Please be sure to subscribe, review, and follow us on social media! Cheers!SOCIALS:Steve/Athletic HealthCare - @athletic_healthcareUs! - @insidedancepodcastID Magazine - @insidedancemagTaylor - @tbrad10 & @tbradchoreoAlex - @alexyonkCOMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT:Athletic HealthCarewww.athletichealthcare.netWrite to us! email@example.comSupport the show (https://cash.app/$insidedancepodcast)
*The views expressed in this episode are those of Captain Michelle Jilek and do not represent those of the United States Air Force or the Department of Defence* Captain Michelle “Twitch” Jilek is an embedded Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) within the 1st Fighter Wing at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, USA. Captain Jilek developed one of the first-ever unique active duty embedded DPT position in the United States Air Force to offer services specifically for fighter pilots within their own squadrons on the flightline. She has been working closely with Air Combat Command in developing the Optimizing Human Weapon System (OWHS) program for fighter pilots, and works closely with contract personnel including Athletic Trainers, Strength Coaches, and Licensed Massage Therapists. Captain Jilek specializes in treating high G-induced spine injuries in fighter pilots, and is currently developing research projects to reduce the chance of high G injuries sustained in F-22s and other fighter aircraft. Captain Jilek graduated from University of New Mexico School of Medicine with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2017, completed an orthopedic residency in 2019, and became a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2020. She has conducted award-winning research in spine and shoulder, and has been using her special skills for the United States Air Force since 2018 when she commissioned. In this episode we talk about: Common Injuries within fighter pilots. Setting up an embedded performance programme within a fighter pilot squadron. Her prehab and rehab process. How she is tracking performance. Resources discussed: High G flight by David Newman Movement Impingement syndromes by Shirley Sahrmann McGill Method McKenzie Method Career detail about becoming a PT in the USAF Current Concepts Physical Therapy Courses You can contact Michelle Directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via social media on Linkedin Keep up to date with Monarch Human Performance via our website, Facebook and Instagram pages.
Feel like your chronic pain is never-ending? Completely ignoring your emotions? Wondering why you can't quite let go of struggling past experiences? Dr. Liz Letchford, Athletic Trainer with a P.h.D in Kinesiology, uncovers the current perspectives on how trauma impacts pain and performance. Through a holistic health approach, Dr. Liz speaks to the importance of staying curious, honing in on how emotions and past traumas can mold our movement patterns and persistent pains. Through a simple explanation of the mechanism, highlighting the nervous system, Dr. Liz shares an empowering story of her work with a client and how they found newfound strength after addressing their hidden and deep-rooted trauma. Finally, she provides her top tips to understanding if your pain has a deeper emotional root cause, and what to do, because “it likely does.” Step up your rehab game and get back to optimal health Dr. Liz! Do you know all the ingredients labeled at the back of your go-to snack? In this episode, PalleoValley is mentioned. Containing 100% grass-fed beef with a higher omega 3:6 ratio, antioxidant-rich fruits, and seeds, and some of the best anti-inflammatory whole food ingredients, PalleoValley has got your sweet or savory tastebuds covered with beef sticks or protein bars. Use code 'OPTIMAL' to get 15% off (affiliate link). What You Will Learn In This Interview with Dr. Liz 4:23 – What drew Dr. Liz to helping people 5:55 – Differences between Athletic Training Certified & Physical therapy 9:31 – Origins of Liz's passions 14:45 – How did Liz's P.h.D Impact her 20:43 – Current perspectives on bodily responses to emotions. 25:31 – Encouraging & staying curious about the deeper root cause of pain 31:38 – Clinicians & their ego 35:32 – Impact of Trauma 39:22 – How emotion manifests through movement 42:02 – How to recognize if your pain has a deeper emotional root cause. 43:38 – Learn more with Dr. Liz About Dr. Liz: Dr. Liz Letchford is an Athletic Trainer and strength coach who takes a holistic approach to improve mechanics, posture, and pain. With a Ph.D. in Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science, her research interests focus on injury risk reduction and the relationship between biomechanics and human emotion. She is the creator of The Release, a self-massage and movement experience designed to help students get out of their heads and into their bodies. Liz is a founding coach for Tonal, a connected fitness company where she is also part of the research and innovation team. Items mentioned: Dr. Liz's Release Method Dr. Liz's Instagram Dr. Liz's Website To learn more about Dr.Liz and view full show notes, please visit the full website here: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode130/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tobpodcast/message
We have partnered with precision AT to offer you FREE CEUs for some of our episodes beginning in September! There is also a paid option that supports both the show and our partner who is sponsoring these CEUs. The paid option will include an outline and some bonus content (bonus content will start in season 2). Precision AT also has tons of asynchronous CEU lectures on their website https://www.precisionat.com/homestudyceus. Use the code ATCORNER to get 15% off! Don't forget, we're still working with Medbridge too, so if you are looking for a year's subscription of CEUs you can use code ATCORNER for $175 off -Sandy & Randy
Competition can feel like life and death. But never as literal when comes to the 2002 teen pyschological thriller, Swimfan. Joining us today to keep us afloat is guest expert and Athletic Trainer, Viviani McKinney! email@example.com Patreon Show Song & Artwork
This is not our grandparents' world, with clear First, Second, and Third World nations. Accelerating worldwide social, cultural, and political changes call for reflection and alteration of our missionary strategies.
How can you control physical pain? What should you know about concussions? How much does your mind affect your body? Coaches Eric Lopkin and Chip Janiszewski talk with athletic trainer Jennifer Tirillo, owner of Concentric Care about mind, body, and more.
Working within the athletic world can create a very unique schedule. We are sharing ATs stories of their longest work day. Going to work at lunch and leaving at lunch the next day is not for the faint of heart, but can create a lot of memories with those that share that experience. Featuring stories from Jen K, Mike M, Allison W, Michael L, Jackie S, Gabe R, April O, Dr. Kreiswirth & many more! Join our AT Corner Facebook Group to comment on this episode and join the conversation with other listeners of the show! https://www.facebook.com/groups/atcornerpodcast Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast directory! Linktr.ee/atcornerpodcast Instagram, Website, YouTube, and other links: atcornerds.wixsite.com/home/links Medbridge: Use code ATCORNER to get $175 off your subscription Email us your stories, questions to answer on the show, topics you would like to hear, or just say hi! firstname.lastname@example.org Music: Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA -Sandy & Randy
The Podcast has another FIRST with a stop in Rhode Island to visit with Arthur Entwistle who is the Assistant AD and Athletic Trainer at Rocky Hill Country Day School. Arthur has a very cool story that he shares, along with some Best Practices for Athletic Directors on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message
For part 2 of our season finale, we continue the inspiring story of Steve Cairns. Steve suffered a stroke and had brain stem surgery in the spring of 2017.He elected to rehab himself with astounding results.This week, Gray and Lee join in on the conversation. We discuss Steve's military background, what it means to “live your rehab”, how his approach differs from the classic model, and why it may give hope to similar patients seeking alternatives.So let's get going with the Season 3 finale of the movement podcast-- Powered by FMSSHOW NOTES & LINKSWhat is a cavernoma?Athletic Body & Balance by Gray CookPrimitive Patterns: Rolling YouTube VideoRolling Pattern Exercises > Search Rolling The changing face of neuro rehabFMS Level 1 CourseFMS Level 2 Online Course SFMA Level 1 Online Course FCS Online Course Exclusive offer inside this episode: 30% off your FCS courseUSE Code: FCSPOD30Offer Expires: July 24, 2021Please note that FMS Level 1 certification is a prerequisite to the FCS certification.
Episode 80: Andy McDonald chats to Tyler Williams the Director of Sports Science/Asst Athletic Trainer at the Los Angeles Rams. Tyler has been with the LA rams NFL team for over 14 years working in both Athletic Training and Sport Science. In this episode Andy and Tyler discuss sport science, rehab and building an AMS system. Topics discussed: Applying sport science in rehab Key metrics using forceplates Why build your own AMS System Pros and cons of building AMS systems Strategies for implanting change based on data Where you can find Tyler: Twitter LinkedIn Sponsor Inform Performance is sponsored by VALD Performance, makers of the Nordbord, Forceframe, ForeDecks and HumanTrak. VALD Performance systems are built with the high-performance practitioner in mind, translating traditionally lab-based technologies into engaging, quick, easy-to-use tools for daily testing, monitoring and training Keep up to date with everything that is going on with the podcast by following Inform Performance on: Instagram Twitter Our Website Our Team Andy McDonald Ben Ashworth Alistair McKenzie
Indianapolis Colts DT Chris Williams and his athletic trainer Gavin Ingster join SportsJam with Doug Doyle from the Sports Performance Lab in Middletown, New Jersey
Our two-part Movement Podcast season finale kicks off this week with the remarkable story of Steve Cairns.Steve suffered a stroke and had brain stem surgery in the spring of 2017. Based on his movement background, and now robbed of his ability to walk, he elected to rehab himself.This is an inspiring story of the human spirit and how he defied all odds on his journey to recovery. To give the full story, we are presenting the season finale in two parts. This week, our own Ashley Forbis sits down with Steve to get the details of what happened.In next week's part two, Gray and Lee continue the conversation and dive deeper into the reality of this impossible rehab, and what it may unlock for future brain injury patients.This story is an amazing example of the power of looking at movement our way - so listen in, join the conversation, and share with anyone who needs to hear.Now let's get going with today's incredible episode of the movement podcastPowered by FMS.SHOW NOTES & LINKSWhat is a cavernoma?Primitive Patterns: Rolling YouTube VideoRolling Pattern Exercises > Search Rolling The changing face of neuro rehabFMS Level 1 CourseFMS Level 2 Online Course SFMA Level 1 Online Course FCS Online Course Exclusive offer inside this episode: 30% off your FCS courseUSE Code: FCSPOD30Offer Expires: July 24, 2021Please note that FMS Level 1 certification is a prerequisite to the FCS certification.
Casey Paulk has experienced Sales Success as an Athletic Trainer. Not because he was naturally gifted but because he knows what an AT is and does and continues to work hard to help meet the needs of Athletic Trainers. What were some exposures you had to sales as a kid? First time I had sales success was as an intern in the Texas Rangers AAA as a bullpen catcher. I had to convince and prove to the staff I was qualified for the job. I was able to help the Athletic Training staff more and the team more. I also had to sell my services as an AT Skiatook Middle School as an AT and science teacher. They had never had an Athletic Trainer before. What was your first job ever? Garage door warehouse grunt. I worked in the Oklahoma summer heat hauling garage doors. It was a grind and hard work. It helped me succeed in my career as an Athletic Trainer and now in my career in sales with Sway What does the life of an AT Sales Success person look like? So now with my sales job I still work a lot of hours but I can set a few more boundaries. I wake up early to check emails and line up my day. Take care of personal business and spend time with the family. Start making phone calls to Athletic Trainers (I do not call when they are sleeping or doing morning treatments) Why do you love the sales side of AT? Serving the Athletic Trainers and helping them return their athletes safely to participation. I cover 14 states as a sales rep so I have a lot of phone calls and emails to get out. The same process of evaluating an injury as an AT has helped me have sales success. Athlete: “Hey, my knee hurts.” AT: “Tell me what happened, when did it start hurting, what makes it better, what makes it worse?” Athlete: answers questions... Athletic trainer: perform tests and evaluates the next steps needed Athlete: “I do not think that will work for me… or ok let's do it” It is the same with sales. To the AT who is on the fence, what would you say? Reach out to an AT in sales and tell them you are interested. See if you can do some part time work in sales of any sort. Go shadow Casey for a day or week and see what it is like. There are jobs out there but unless you tell people you are looking for one they will not know. Golden Rule for Sales Success: Look to help and serve your customers and be sure you believe in the product. Houston Methodist, Official Healthcare provider of Pasadena ISD just signed up with SWAY. Call to action: Reach out to Casey Paulk at Sway for questions about sales, life in Oklahoma, or basically any product that can help your patients get better. Watch the Facebook live conversation Contact Us: Casey Paulk - 918-688-8599 Email: casey.paulk@swaymedical Jeremy - @MrJeremyJackson on FB, IG and Twitter Sway Medical https://youtu.be/-Y7tQjYIsXU
Jane Wenning is the CEO and Founder of 4-Pillars Health. After being bullied and body shamed during her younger years, Wenning suffered from depression, an eating order among several other things, Jane knew it was time to make the switch taking to her pain and making it into her passion. Using her knowledge as a Certified Medical Technologist and an Athletic Trainer, she created a wellness program transforming her body and coming to love herself. Jane Wenning is about self-love, body positivity and that learning yourself is the key to being happy. Taken from ENGAGE - Jane Wenning (letsengage.com)
Within the medical community, mentorship is vital to the development of future clinicians. This is especially true for ATs. Mentors are there every step of the way, helping us work through our lowest lows and celebrating our highest highs. We are sharing stories from ATs about the impact mentors can have as you grow throughout your career. Featuring stories from Christopher R, Haley L, Jeremy Jackson @sportsmedicinebroadcast, Aaron R, Sawyer F, Nicolette M, Cassie C, Destini M, Erin G, Erika W, Alex L, Lindsey P, Christi, Justin N, & many more! Join our AT Corner Facebook Group to comment on this episode and join the conversation with other listeners of the show! https://www.facebook.com/groups/atcornerpodcast Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast directory! Linktr.ee/atcornerpodcast Instagram, Website, YouTube, and other links: atcornerds.wixsite.com/home/links Medbridge: Use code ATCORNER to get $175 off your subscription Email us your stories, questions to answer on the show, topics you would like to hear, or just say hi! email@example.com Music: Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA -Sandy & Randy
Jane Wenning is a certified Medical Technologist with a degree in Clinical Laboratory Science. She is an Athletic Trainer, and Health Mentor who has been helping women improve their mental and physical health for over 20 years. During high school and college, she was overweight, struggled with eating disorders, had low self-esteem and brain fog. Obtaining a degree in Clinical Laboratory Science and working with athletes, Jane merged these two worlds together to create a structured wellness plan focused on four pillars – Recovery, Emotional Energy, Nutrition, and Movement. Outside of her degree she has spent hundreds of hours learning about nutrition, longevity, brain health, sleep, interval training, fasting, epigenetics and estrogenics. With daily reading of the bible she finds confirmation in God's word that He wants us to live abundant, healthy lives. Jane now equips women (and some men) with the tools to transform into healthier and stronger versions of themselves to live life with vitality. Jane's Contact Info: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jane.wenning.165 LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jane-wenning-4-pillarshealth Website: https://www.4-pillarshealth.com
Joseph Rivas, former Las Vegas Raiders athletic trainer inter joins the podcast to teach us the ins and outs of an NFL training room and offers analysis going into the NFL season. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/taketherope/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/taketherope/support
Chris and Rob point to the New York Yankees' decision to rest Aaron Judge before his big showdown with Shohei Ohtani as the latest example of load management ruining sports. Later, certified athletic trainer and InStreetClothes.com operator Jeff Stotts swings by to make sense of the recent uptick of high-profile injuries and the concept of load management in sports. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Seeking your Doctorate Degree? Which one should you choose: DAT, Ph.D., or Ed.D.? Dr. Matthew Drescher earned his DAT and is enrolled in a Ph.D. program at Indiana State University. Dr. Nikki Harris earned her DAT and is enrolled in a Ph.D. program. Scott Mullet just enrolled in a Ed.D program. Join the conversation to see why they chose their doctorate degree. After listening to the podcast reach out to them and ask your specific questions. We recently recorded a podcast on the DAT where Mat discussed the ins and outs of that program. We followed that up with a podcast about the PhD as an AT Scott Mullett joins the podcast to discuss why he chose the EdD in Interprofessional Leadership Which doctorate degree should Stephone baker choose? What would be a salary difference between the PhD and DAT and EdD? Do not chase the dollar signs... Why should I consider the DAT? There is a shift in our profession How have your young professionals been able to balance the workload and earning a doctoral degree? Start practicing good time management now. Make sure the stakeholders in your life are fully aware of the demands. Balance is an inaccurate word. It is not equal, but we emphasize or focus on certain things at different times. How can I use my Doctoral degree in AT? We got the turf replaced by tracking the data and telling the admin. It is a multiplier “What can you not do?” Any funding available for earning these doctorates? Athletic Trainers do a really bad job of asking...we just assume there is not any. University settings usually have terminal degree programs if you stay on for a certain amount of time. Preceptors can earn credits at certain programs. Watch the Doctorate Degree Facebook video (there was an audio issue...be warned) Contact Us: Matthew Drescher - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @Matt_Drescher IG: @Dreschem ISU DAT: IG: @indianastatedat Twitter: @isuathltraining Dr. Nikki Harris - @YoungProf_AT Scott Mullett - Facebook.com/ATEfficiencyJeremy - SportsMedicineBroadcast.com/About
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This week, Coach Mark, Coach Tommy, and Coach Chad had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with TEAM USA athlete, Jordan Wissinger. Jordan, as mentioned, is a weightlifter for Team USA and has competed on the World Stage for several years. He is also an Athletic Trainer by trade, a recent husband, dog dad, and all around great guy. We hope you enjoy! Episode Breakdown: 0:00-2:13 - Banter 2:13-11:10 - Episode and Guest Intro 11:10-19:06 - Athlete Background, Weightlifting 19:06-29:53 - Coach/Athlete Relationship 29:53-39:39 - Training at a Big Box vs Barbell Club, Injuries 39:39-51:19 - Performance Issues, Future of Lifting Career, Candy 51:19-1:05:10 - Other Hobbies: Woodworking, Logos, Firearms 1:05:10-Close - Jordan's Final Thoughts, Closing --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tmwpodcast/message
We use a movement screen to understand problems you may have in your fundamental movement, but once you get the basics down what comes next? Today, we discuss where to focus your efforts for those who've been cleared for takeoff. We break down where individuals can go from here and the tools we recommend to help optimize your physical performance. So all systems are a go for this episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Exclusive offer inside this episode: 30% off your FCS courseOffer Expires: July 24, 2021Please note that FMS Level 1 certification is a prerequisite to the FCS certification.FMS Level 1 CourseFMS Level 2 Online Course FCS Online Course Exclusive offer inside this episode: 30% off your FCS courseOffer Expires: July 24, 2021Please note that FMS Level 1 certification is a prerequisite to the FCS certification.
Meghan Johnson is a College Athlete, Credentialed Athletic Trainer, Softball Team Captain and graduate student. Dr. Krystal Tyree asked to hear more of her story so Joel over at Athletic Training Chat and I split the interview. Check out Meghan's background interview before or after this one. My friend Joel over at ATChat already interviewed Meghan so go check that one to get the first part of Meghan's story. Meghan, what is your dream job as an AT? My dream job is not really out on the market. I think I need to create it. I want to work with college athletics caring for the mental health aspect of injuries and rehab. How important is working in college athletics? In my undergrad clinical rotations I had a good bit of experiences including: secondary schools, private schools, public schools, Collegiate Division three. I got to kind of dabble in a little bit of everything in my clinical rotations. I'd be very happy working wherever would give me the opportunity to marry these two concepts of Counseling and Psychology and Athletic Training Dr. Krystal Tyree - what did your exposure to being an AT and Athlete look like? Check out her two podcasts with Joel College Basketball player Tore my ACL Transferred school and tore it again. I decided not to continue with basketball as the mental health aspect was weighing heavy on me. I focused on finishing my degree and becoming an Athletic Trainer. Meghan, are sports over for you? I still have next year left to play sports. I am in my 3rd year of playing softball and my first year of graduate school. I have one more year of schooling and softball then I will do the clinical requirements. Dr. Tyree, what would you have said to Meghan about playing and finishing up your studies? Great job, I could not do it because I wanted to work and earn some money and move out of the dorms. We did not have any real mental health coaching back then. Meghan, are you currently working as an AT? I actually do pick up per diem hours so I can work at my own pace and focus on school and softball as much as possible. Is there a struggle with just being the athlete and not the athletic trainer on the team? We have a lot of athletic training students who play sports. Our university is pretty good at referring to the AT Facility and staff when we are in season. Of course there is still a struggle with setting those boundaries for myself and my teammates. If there was an emergency then I would obviously step in but otherwise they went to the on duty person. Life balance: How did you do it with being an AT student and softball captain? I learned not to spread myself too thin. I did what I had to but I do not think I would enjoy continuing at that pace. I had to learn to fill up my cup before I could pour out and fill up others. Was there anything you wish you had said yes to but could not? A team doctor tried to connect me with and athlete patient of theirs to discuss the mental health aspect of recovery. I was scared and unsure of myself. If you had to choose being an athlete or athletic Trainer which would you have chosen and why? I would choose Athletic Training if I had to choose one but that is a really hard decision. BOC results just came back. Did you pass on the first try? Yes, but it is only a test, and if you failed then do not let that define you. Prepare and take it again. Contact Us:
Movement Assessments, Manual Therapy, and Bridging the Gap with Mike StellaOn Episode 103 of the Fitness For The Fairways podcast, Joe sat down with Mike Stella, an Athletic Trainer, RockTape Instructor, and Founder of the Movement Underground.What you'll learn from this episode.How his injury history impacted his career as an ATCWhat do you really learn from movement assessments?Where does manual therapy fit in healthcare?How effective is manual therapy?Ask Joe SegmentWhat's the biggest misconception when it comes to bridging the gap between fitness and rehab?Connect with MikeInstagramYouTubeWebsiteDon't forget if you have been enjoying the show to leave a 5-star review if you haven't done so already. Please do so wherever you listen!Join the Fitness For The Fairways Facebook group and become a part of the community!
The teacher of philosophy or PhD is usually a research-focused degree. Dr. Matt Drescher is seeking his because he wanted to answer some questions. He also sees his career leading him to teaching the Athletic Trainers of tomorrow. What is the PhD? The term doctor comes from - to teach A doctor is a teacher and there are obviously many different versions. Technically medical doctor are physicians Doctor of philosophy which is theory and application of that theory. You are doing the research to create the theories Not always applying them into practice The art form of a PhD is being able to apply the abstract idea into practice. The EdD is similar to the DAT - advanced clinical practice degree. https://www.northeastern.edu/graduate/blog/edd-vs-phd-in-education/ Which ones would benefit an AT? Core Values...make your connection towards that. I am really curious about the answers to these abstract things. I want to find the answers to the questions. Being able to read the research and synthesize that to your patient population. What programs are good for an AT to earn a PhD? Core Values Medical school PT School Ph.D. - education Biomechanics Neurophysiology Basically anywhere What paths have you seen ATs pursue after earning a PhD? The PhD is kind of like the steward that is guiding the profession through the profession and towards growth. Most Ph.D. ATs have practiced but were not getting answers so they went to find them. Only about 10% of people finished their PhD globally. Why should I not choose the PhD? To make more moneyOk with taking the facts (do not really dig into the details)If it does not fit your core value Simon Sinek the infinite game Final thought: If you have those questions reach out to a researcher in that field and start to work in that area. Contact Us Matthew - Email: email@example.com Twitter: @Matt_Drescher IG: @Dreschem ISU DAT: IG: @indianastatedatTwitter: @isuathltraining
Alyssa Vaniman is currently an athletic trainer at Arizona Western College where she’s also an Adjunct Faculty in the department of Physical and Wellness Education. At the same time she is going back to school to earn her Doctorate in Athletic Training (DAT) at Indiana State University. Over the pandemic, she co-founded Latinx Athletic Trainers to help provide support and representation for Latinx ATs. We talk about:Having grit when your journey isn’t linearBuilding a network of alliesSetting goals in alignment with your valuesFor more information about Alyssa Vaniman, head on over to the show notes at https://madamathlete.com/To get the latest tools to help you build your own career join the Madam Athlete book club and sign up for the free 3-day Goal Setting mini-course:Book Club: Sign up here to join the book clubGoal-Setting Mini Course (FREE!): Get started in the FREE Goal-Setting mini-course today!Keep an eye out for new content or let us know what you'd like to see next by following us on social:Facebook: @MadamAthleteTwitter: @MadamAthleteInstagram: @theMadamAthlete
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and to close it out we've got a fascinating conversation with Samson Lee and Aisha Visram. The pair join host Jesse Cohen to talk about their roles as a video coordinator for the Kings (Lee) and an athletic trainer for the Reign (Visram). It's a fascinating peek behind the curtains of the organization to see how the industry is evolving along with it's tools and technology.