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SportsTalk Thursday, November 12th: Mario Moccia, Lee Sterling & Jeff Heckman

SportsTalk with Steve Kaplowitz

SportsTalk Thursday, November 12th: NMSU AD Mario Moccia, Lee Sterling of Paramount Sports & Jeff Heckman of Topps Trading Cards.

1hr 7mins

13 Nov 2020

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SportsTalk Thursday, November 12th: Mario Moccia, Lee Sterling & Jeff Heckman

600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

SportsTalk Thursday, November 12th: NMSU AD Mario Moccia, Lee Sterling of Paramount Sports & Jeff Heckman of Topps Trading Cards. 600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

1hr 7mins

13 Nov 2020

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301 - Topps eCommerce Strategy with Jeff Heckman

Dr. James Beckett: Sports Card Insights

Jeff shares the evolution of Topps' eCommerce efforts, breaking big this year.

13mins

15 Sep 2020

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291 - Origin: Jeff Heckman, Topps eCommerce Director

Dr. James Beckett: Sports Card Insights

Jeff shares his hobby journey and his current work at Topps directing their successful eCommerce efforts.

13mins

1 Sep 2020

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Jeff Heckman Global Director of E-Commerce Topps

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Jeff Heckman discusses how the trading card and collectible industry has modernized to keep the old collector and modern enthusiast engaged and interested in a variety of products.. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

18mins

23 Jul 2020

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SportsJam with Doug Doyle: Jeff Heckman and Topps Project 2020

SportsJam

Topps began humbly as a family gum business in Brooklyn in 1938, but evolved into a classic American sports company with not only its baseball cards, but football, hockey, entertainment and pop culture cards. The Global Director of E-commerce at Topps, Jeck Heckman, is the latest guest on SportsJam with Doug Doyle. Heckman was excited to talk about the latest project at Topps that has captivated all kinds of fans, many of them who have never collected cards. The 400 combinations in the new Topps Project 2020 gives 20 diverse artistst creative license over 20 inconic Topps basebal cards, creating limited-edition styles released daily on the Topps website. "We kicked it off in March, right at the coronavirus pandemic really kicked in, so the timing was certainly far from ideal but it was something we were working for several months prior to that. What we wanted to do was to take advantage of the new decade and celebrate the 20 most iconic cards Topps cards of all-time and work with

36mins

9 May 2020

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Dr. Jeff Heckman: National Leader Provides Insightful Discussion on Amputee Care, Part 2

RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine

Dr. Jeffrey Heckman is a board certified physiatrist and a University of Washington assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and also the Director of the Regional Amputation Center at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System. He specializes in the evaluation and management of the medical and functional aspects of rehabilitation following amputation, including prosthesis prescription, phantom limb pain and musculoskeletal injuries, as well as for arthritis-related joint pain and other age-related musculoskeletal conditions. His research interests are mobile technology, phantom limb pain, and peer support, and his teaching interests include amputation/limb loss and prosthetics/orthotics. He received his undergraduate degree from Penn State University and his osteopathic medical degree from the University of New England. He completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the NYU Langone Medical Center, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine. In Part 2, Dr. Heckman discusses: children involved in amputations and their rehabilitation; how neighboring parts of the body may be affected by amputation; provision of relief from phantom pain; use of mirror therapy in treatment of phantom limb pain; translation of clinical findings and evidence-based research to the bedside in a timely manner; key research topics aimed at improving patient care of amputees; patient involvement in medical decision-making; patients’ resilience and positive willingness to want to participate actively in all aspects of rehabilitation; role of in-home telehealth therapy programs; and major challenges facing the profession of physical medicine and rehabilitation.

18mins

13 Jun 2018

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Dr. Jeff Heckman: National Leader Provides Insightful Discussion on Amputee Care, Part 1

RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine

Dr. Jeffrey Heckman is a board certified physiatrist and a University of Washington assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and also the Director of the Regional Amputation Center at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System. He specializes in the evaluation and management of the medical and functional aspects of rehabilitation following amputation, including prosthesis prescription, phantom limb pain and musculoskeletal injuries, as well as for arthritis-related joint pain and other age-related musculoskeletal conditions. His research interests are mobile technology, phantom limb pain, and peer support, and his teaching interests include amputation/limb loss and prosthetics/orthotics. He received his undergraduate degree from Penn State University and his osteopathic medical degree from the University of New England. He completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the NYU Langone Medical Center, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine. In Part 1, Dr. Heckman discusses: health problems that necessitate amputation; kinds of assessment tools to predict functional outcomes in amputees; major physical and psychological challenges faced by patients following amputation; efforts to assess mental health status pre-surgery; use of prosthetic devices; instances where patients decide to cease using prosthetic devices; and use of targeted muscle re-innervation to restore physiologic continuity as a means of possibly enabling more intuitive prosthetic control.

18mins

6 Jun 2018