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Sports Medicine Broadcast

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- a Podcast to Promote and Improve Athletic Training

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- a Podcast to Promote and Improve Athletic Training

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Great information, very valuable

By isaiahplayer926 - Sep 13 2019
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I love what you are doing for sports medicine professionals!!! I highly recommend to all my colleagues.

Great podcast

By jswenk007 - May 18 2014
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Love the insights on what you need to do for medicine

iTunes Ratings

30 Ratings
Average Ratings
22
6
1
0
1

Great information, very valuable

By isaiahplayer926 - Sep 13 2019
Read more
I love what you are doing for sports medicine professionals!!! I highly recommend to all my colleagues.

Great podcast

By jswenk007 - May 18 2014
Read more
Love the insights on what you need to do for medicine
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Sports Medicine Broadcast

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- a Podcast to Promote and Improve Athletic Training

Rank #1: Reducing Injury Risk – 587

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Dr. Layci Harrison has a specialty in Movement Screens and their role in Reducing Injury Risk.

What is FMS training?

A Tool for identifying the potential for injury due to limitations in specific movements. It was developed by Gray Cook

Getting certified is a good idea and can really help you take advantage of the tests and results but it is not mandatory o use the tests to help identify potential issues.

What is the key to Reducing Injury Risk with FMS?

Protect before you correct

What tests does it involve?

  1. Deep Squat
  2. Hurdle Step
    • Tight Hip flexor may cause limitations in testing
  3. In-Line Lunge
  4. Active Straight leg raise
  5. Rotary Stability- probably the hardest one
  6. Shoulder Mobility- Hard to access
  7. Trunk Push up

Scoring the movement screens

0-pain in any movement
1- no pain but unable to do the movement
2- Complete movement but show some compensation
3- Complete movement no pain or compensation
A score of 14 or less equals a more likelihood of injury.
21 is a perfect FMS score

Dr. Harrison's Tips:

Use the score sheet from FMS, easy to find on Google.

It can help screen and individualize training.

Tai Chi or yoga may also help balance

  • Balance testing can be accomplished using BESS and YBT
    • BESS- Static balance
    • YBT- dynamic balance

A large part of reducing Injury Risk is knowing what to do with the data once we have it…but more on that another time.

Thanks for hanging out with us live in Katy, Texas at the Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update

Shout Out to Patrick Ohaver for typing up the show notes

Want to watch the presentation?

Functional Movement Screenings: Strategies to Reduce Injury Risk – Laci Harrison, PhD, LAT, ATC

Functional Movement Screenings: Strategies to Reduce Injury Risk – Laci Harrison, PhD, LAT, ATC

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Monday, June 10, 2019

More about Dr. Layci Harrison

My research interests include functional movement and how movement is related to balance ability. Specifically, I am interested in ways to improve functional movement and the effects of improved functional movement scores on injury risk.

I am also studying how the effects of balance training can be crossed from the trained limb to the contralateral limb following lower-body injuries as a way to expedite the injury rehabilitation process

Dr. Harrison was also on the Sports Medicine Broadcast…

Preventicx with Kevin Robel – 569

Call to Action:

Order some HOIST and save using “TheSMB” as your promo code

Contact us:

Jeremy Jackson

Shawn Ready – shawnreadyatc@gmail.com

Ray Olivo – rayolivo1@gmail.com

Dr. Mark Knoblauch – maknobla@Central.UH.EDU

Dr. Layci Harrison – lharris5@Central.UH.EDU

Bob Marley – Bob.Marley@uth.tmc.edu

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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Oct 18 2019

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Rank #2: Stop Using Ice – Gary Reinl – 576

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Stop Using Ice!!!

Buy a FrioHydration Unit that will hold ice for days and then STOP USING ICE and be done…

Actually, this is about using Ice as a treatment option for injuries.

In his book, Iced, The Illusionary Treatment Option, Gary Reinl covers almost everything we talk about here.

Why should you Stop Using Ice?

There is very little research to support its efficacy

It actually slows the healing down by creating congestion at the damage site. Similar to a lane closure on a freeway due to an accident. when the cars back up the Emergency crew can not get there quickly and the 30-minute commute now takes 90 minutes.

There is no Google or Waze app for the human body. It really tries to repair rather than destroy itself. Let it run its course.

We confuse swelling and inflammation

Swelling can occur when a part of the body becomes inflamed. However, it is caused by the accumulation of fluid in tissues throughout the body, or in a specific region of the body

Inflammation is classified as a protective response from the immune system to injury, infection, or irritation.

Discussion on the SMB not in the book…

Practical application of the principal

  • How to talk to your coaches about it
  • How to talk with your athletes about it
  • How to discuss changing your physician's protocol

Slight exception to the rules:

  • If you have a dislocation and need to transport, ice will reduce swelling which will allow for a better relocation.
  • If you are using it once as an emotional trigger to help calm down the athlete

What About MarcPro

Using my code (TheSMB) helps to ensure your best discount as well as support the SMB

A medical-grade device that can run for hours to relieve the congestion of waste in and around the damaged tissue.

Try out the loaner program and see if it is worth your while – Email Gary@MarcPro.com and mention the Sports Medicine Broadcast and the Loaner Program

Contact us:

Gary Reinl – Email Gary Reinl

Jeremy Jackson

Shawn Ready – shawnreadyatc@gmail.com

Ray Olivo – rayolivo1@gmail.com

Dr. Mark Knoblauch – maknobla@Central.UH.EDU

Dr. Layci Harrison – lharris5@Central.UH.EDU

Bob Marley – Bob.Marley@uth.tmc.edu

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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Aug 21 2019

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Rank #3: Cutting Weight vs. Weight Loss: How Can Athletes Make Weight Safely? – 551

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Brett Singer, MS, RD, CSSD, LD Follow up interview Google Drive folder containing slides from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update.
Thanks to Bob Marley for continuing to allow us to record and interview the speakers.
Bubba Wilson, Ryan Collins, Josh Yellen, Mark Knoblauch, Eduardo Beltran and everyone else who helped make the recordings possible.

Frio Hydration provides Superior Hydration products and is the official hydration provider of the Sports Medicine Broadcast
Tell them the Sports Medicine Broadcast sent you and receive some special deals on custom graphics or a solar panel.
Need more CEUs try: The ATVantage Podcast for free or my affiliate link with MedBridge to save a bunch
Something you like?, Want to see more of?  Problems with some of the content? I want to hear from You
 
Email Me: Info@sportsmedicinebroadcast.com Tweet Me: @MrJeremyJackson

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May 13 2019

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Rank #4: Shoulder Overuse Injuries – 533

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Shoulder Overuse Injuries

Dr. Matt Camarillo joins the Sports Medicine Broadcast at the Memorial Hermann Sorts Medicine Update to discuss Shoulder Overuse Injuries

Who is Dr. Matt Camarillo?

Dr. Matt Camarillo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).

Dr. Camarillo specializes in Sports Medicine, treating both acute and chronic injuries with an emphasis in injuries of the knee and shoulder.

He gained practical experience treating sports related injuries first as a student trainer at the University of Texas at Austin, and then during his fellowship working with the University of Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky University, and Kentucky State University.

Matt Camarillo received his undergraduate degree from The University of Texas at Austin.

He attended Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, followed by a residency in Orthopedic Surgery.

Dr. Camarillo then completed an Orthopedic Sports Medicine fellowship at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky.

Follow up interview

Need to see the slide show?

Some people just need to see it, therefore I have almost all of the slide shows available on a Google Drive folder.   
 
If any are missing and you would like to see them let me know.

The ones who make these recording possible: 

Thanks to Bob Marley for continuing to allow us to record and interview the speakers.

Even more, I could not do this without Bubba Wilson, Ryan Collins, Josh Yellen, Mark Knoblauch, Eduardo Beltran 

THANK YOU!!!

Hey Jeremy, Who is your favorite Hydration Company?

Frio Hydration provides Superior Hydration products and is the official hydration provider of the Sports Medicine Broadcast

Tell them the Sports Medicine Broadcast sent you and receive some special deals on custom graphics or a solar panel. 

Need more CEUs

Try: The ATVantage Podcast for free or

Use my affiliate link with MedBridge to save a bunch
Something you like, want to see more of? 

I NEED to hear from You

Email Me: Info@sportsmedicinebroadcast.com Tweet Me: @MrJeremyJackson

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Apr 01 2019

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Rank #5: Eating Disorders: Current Research – 566

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Whats is your story?

Catherine Lawrence previously shared her story of battling with an eating disorder here on the Sports Medicine Broadcast.

Live from the Sports Medicine Update Catherine shares her story interjected into Dr. Brooks's research based talk.
Catherine Lawrence, LAT, ATC Brooks Brodrick MD Google Drive folder containing slides from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update.

Where are we?

The Sports Medicine Update is one of the best summer workshops in Houston to cover a variety of topics.

Who makes this possible?

Bob Marley continues to allow us to record and interview the speakers.

He gives away registrations so The Sports Medicine Broadcast can continue to add value to you.
If you would like to win one of the FREE REGISTRATIONS then join the email list or check back at the beginning of each March

There are plenty of others that help make this possible:

Need Some Hydration Equipment?

Frio Hydration provides Superior Hydration products and is the official hydration provider of the Sports Medicine Broadcast.
Tell them the Sports Medicine Broadcast sent you and receive some special deals on custom graphics or a solar panel.

Need more CEUs

Try: The ATVantage Podcast for free or my affiliate link with MedBridge to save a bunch.
Something you like or want to see more of? I want to hear from You
 
Email Me: Info@sportsmedicinebroadcast.com Tweet Me: @MrJeremyJackson

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Jun 24 2019

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Rank #6: Becoming a Physician Assistant – 530

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How can an AT become a PA?

Interested in going from AT to Physician Assistant?

Reagan Dunnahoo has a unique skill set.  She was a practicing AT who went back to school to get her Physician Assistant license.  Reagan is now working at a small school where she is both the PA and AT.

What is a PA?

Here is an infogrgraphic from AAPA.ORG

PAs are medical professionals who diagnose illness, develop and manage treatment plans, prescribe medications, and often serve as a patient’s principal healthcare provider. With thousands of hours of medical training, PAs are versatile and collaborative.

PAs practice in every state and in every medical setting and specialty, improving healthcare access and quality.

Who do the skills of an AT and PA work together?

When Reagan went to PA school she felt she could have done a better job leading the orthopedic section of the course than her instructor due to her extensive training with AT.

As a PA you have a greater responsibility for each patient and your patient population is larger.

Skills learned as an AT absolutely help Reagan succeed as a Physician Assistant.

Things to really consider:

PA school consumed about 95% of her time.

Over half of her graduating class is not still practicing as a PA

You are not allowed to work to earn income while attending most programs

Only one marriage survived her cohort

There is a lack of autonomy with PAs. It is actually easier to work on your own as a nurse practitioner than a Physician Assistant

How can I ask more questions of Reagan?

Email Reagan – rdunnahoo@hatchschools.net

Contact ME

Jeremy Jackson – Host of the Sports Medicine Broadcast 

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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Mar 20 2019

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Rank #7: Foot & Ankle Injury Management Interview – 513

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William McGarvey, MD joins Ryan Collins to get some clarification and deepen the understanding of Foot and Ankle overuse injury management .

Want to catch his presentation before hearing the interview?

Here is the link to Dr. McGarvey's Presentation over foot and ankle injury management

Need to see the slides

Google Drive folder containing slides from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update.

This could not happen without some help

Thanks to Bob Marley for continuing to allow us to record and interview the speakers.

I also want to thank Bubba Wilson, Ryan  Collins, Josh Yellen, Eduardo Beltran, Mark Knoblauch, Justin Landers, Russell Sadberry and everyone else who helped make the recordings possible.

Who is my favorite hydration equipment provider?

Well it is Frio Hydration of course!!!

They provide Superior Hydration products and are the official hydration provider of the Sports Medicine Broadcast

Tell them the Sports Medicine Broadcast sent you and receive some special deals on custom graphics or a solar panel.
 

Need more CEUs?

Try The ATVantage Podcast for free or my affiliate link with MedBridge to save a bunch
Something you like, want to see more of?  Problems with some of the content?

I want to hear from you

Email Me: Info@sportsmedicinebroadcast.com Tweet Me: @MrJeremyJackson

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Feb 04 2019

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Rank #8: ACL Evolution Interview with Dr. Crumbie – 506

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Dr. David Crumbie follows up his ACL Evolution presentation during an onsite interview at the Sports Medicine Update. Dr. Crumbie is always a fun guy to have around and chat with.  I am thankful for the opportunity to have spent time with him in the clinic and on the sidelines. I am so thankful for the advances in medicine after hearing some of the treatments and cures for a “bum knee.” Dr. Crumbie's ACL Evolution presentation Google Drive folder containing slides from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update.  

Who makes this possible?

Thanks Bob Marley for continuing to allow us to record and interview the speakers. Bubba Wilson, Ryan Collins, Josh Yellen, Eduardo Beltran and everyone else who helped make the recordings possible. Check out Hoist Hydration for both your's and your athletes' hydration needs – my favorite flavor is orange, but you can try them all for your self

Need more CEUs

Try: The ATVantage Podcast for free or my affiliate link with MedBridge to save a bunch     Something you like?, Want to see more of?  problems with some of the content?

I want to hear from you
Email Me: Info@sportsmedicinebroadcast.com
Tweet Me: @MrJeremyJackson

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Jan 21 2019

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Rank #9: Hamstring: Early Rehab with Goody – 522

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Brian Goodstein aka Goody, is the Head AT for DC united and joins the Sports Medicine Broadcast at the Professional Soccer Athletic Trainers' Society PSATS annual meeting to discuss Hamstring Injuries.

As a former Strength and Conditioning Coach and Director of Sports Performance at Metro Orthopedic and Sports Therapy, “Goody” is well versed in early stage rehab as well as late stage return to play for most injuries.

Likewise, Brian served one term as vice president and president of PSATS.

Similarly he was a member of the MLS Advisory Committee, and currently serves on the MLS policy and procedures committee, MLS concussion committee, and is on the editorial board for Training and Conditioning Magazine.

Moreover, In 2007 and 2004, he was honored as the MLS Athletic Trainer of the Year.

This is the first in a series of Hamstring injuries podcasts.

So what are we talking about?

Lower leg, hamstring and groin injuries can plague a season for both athletes and teams alike in the MLS. Brian Goodstein, head athletic trainer for DC United shares with us early intervention strategies and early stage rehab considerations.

But I always take 2x the recommended dose

Have an athlete obsessed with ibuprofen? Listen in as to why the pros place an emphasis on NOT taking NSAIDs post injury.

What else are we covering at PSATS?

Where are we?

The beautiful JW Marriott in Grande Lakes Orlando at the Professional Soccer Athletic Trainer Society annual meeting before the combine.

Contact us

Brian “Goody” Goodstein

John Ciecko

Jeremy Jackson

PSATS

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Discussing early stage hamstring evaluation and recovery with Brian "Goody" Goodstein at PSATS MLS annual Meting

Brian Goodstein shares with us his 16+ year experience in the MLS and his thoughts on hamstring injuries as they are a common injury in soccer players

Posted by Sports Medicine Broadcast on Thursday, January 3, 2019

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Mar 01 2019

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Rank #10: Foot & Ankle Overuse – 509

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Foot and Ankle Overuse Injuries

Dr. William C. McGarvey graduated magna cum laude from Thomas Jefferson University Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.

He completed his internship in general surgery and residency in orthopedic surgery at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.

He then completed a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

Board certified in orthopedic surgery, Dr. McGarvey specializes in surgery of the foot and ankle.

His clinical interests include ankle joint replacement, Ilizarov methods of surgical correction, arthroscopic surgery, fracture care, orthopedic trauma and sports medicine.

An associate professor of Orthopedic Surgery on the faculty of McGovern Medical School at UTHealth in Houston, Dr. McGarvey has authored numerous articles for medical journals.

He has received many recognitions and awards including Physician of the Year at Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Super Doc by Texas Monthly magazine and Houston Top Doc by H-Texas magazine.

He is an active member of several professional associations, including the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society.

Follow up interview Google Drive folder containing slides from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update.
Thanks to Bob Marley for continuing to allow us to record and interview the speakers.
Also thanks Bubba Wilson, Ryan Collins, Josh Yellen, Eduardo Beltran and everyone else who helped make the recordings possible.

But who should I get my hydration equipment from?

Frio Hydration provides Superior Hydration products and is the official hydration provider of the Sports Medicine Broadcast

Tell them the Sports Medicine Broadcast sent you and receive some special deals on custom graphics or a solar panel.

Need more CEUs

Try: The ATVantage Podcast for free or my affiliate link with MedBridge to save a bunch
Something you like?, Want to see more of?  Problems with some of the content?

I want to hear from You

 Email Me: Info@sportsmedicinebroadcast.com Tweet Me: @MrJeremyJackson

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Jan 28 2019

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Rank #11: RTP Rehab with Chris Shields – 517

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RTP Rehab is ever changing

Christopher Shields, PT, DPT works with Dr. Summer Ott to help student athletes return to learn and RTP Rehab.

We are making constant advances in concussion management over the years, therefore Chris Shields tries to keep us up to date. 
Follow up interview

Need to see the slides?

Search through theGoogle Drive folder containing slides from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update

Couldn't do it with out the following people:

Thanks to Bob Marley for continuing to allow us to record and interview the speakers.
Also a huge thanks to Bubba Wilson, Ryan Collins, Josh Yellen, Eduardo Beltran, Mark Knoblauch and everyone else who helped make the recordings possible.

Thirsty?  Need hydration?

Frio Hydration provides Superior Hydration products and is the official hydration provider of the Sports Medicine Broadcast
Tell them the Sports Medicine Broadcast sent you and receive some special deals on custom graphics or a solar panel.

Need more CEUs

Try: The ATVantage Podcast for free or my affiliate link with MedBridge to save a bunch

Something you like, dislike or want to see more of? 

I want to hear from You

Email Me: Info@sportsmedicinebroadcast.com Tweet Me: @MrJeremyJackson

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Feb 11 2019

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Rank #12: AT Family Life – Not all good – 500

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Becky and Carson Berry join us in New Orleans

Becky and Carson Berry join us to discuss the family life and versus work life of Dr. Jim Berry.  Jim has made some huge improvements for ATs in the areas he is working.

What are the costs?

However, everything has a cost and Becky and Carson sometimes felt left out or forgotten when the seasons get real busy or Dad answers his work phone while at home during dinner.

They share some of the story here live from the 2018 NATA expo in New Orleans.

Carson berry shares what it is like being the son of an AT

We used Facebook live, YouTube Live, Instagram Live and even periscope to stream as many of the NATA 2018 Expo Interviews as possible.

YouTube Live videos: The Sports medicine Broadcast

Most of which can be found: https://www.facebook.com/MrJeremyJackson/videos

Thanks Frio Hydration and DragonFly MAX for your hospitality.

Check out Hoist Water to help maximize performance

Contact Dr. Jim Berry
Hit me up on Twitter to let me know your thoughts @MrJeremyJackson

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Jan 04 2019

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Rank #13: Performance Manual Therapy – 562

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Owner of Performance Manual Therapy Mike Stella Joins the Sports Medicine Broadcast to talk about business and non traditional options for ATs

Mike is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Performance Enhancement Coach, but he mostly wants to be known as an EDUCATOR.

He became an AT because he was an injured athlete that slipped through the gaps of the healthcare system.

Treat People, NOT Injuries

Mike lives by this quote in his professional practice.

When people come in for treatment sessions they normally are greeted with a hug.

What is Performance Manual Therapy?

Mike Decided he would rather work 100 hours per week for himself than 40 hours per week for someone else.

He also knew he was really good at manual therapy and wanted to be able to do that for all of his patients and not be concerned with what a supervisor said was a waste of company time.

Performance manual Therapy and Movement Underground are what happens when passion and purpose join for an AT who loves manual therapy and treating patients.

What are the challenges Mike faces owning a business?

“I am not good at Admin stuff…even keeping track of my own schedule is tough for me…”

Working all day and then having to put in the extra work to do the admin part of the job is difficult.

This lifestyle is not for everyone.

Words of Wisdom

There is always a market for quality

None of us stand alone. We all received help to get here, we will need help to grow and will need to help others along the way.

Contact Us:

Mike Stella: MikeStellaMovement.com

Adam Halpern: Innovate AT

Jeremy Jackson

These people LOVE ATs and help the SMB pay the bills:


Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

MioTech – meeting all of your sports medicine supply needs

PhysicalTherapy.com – use promo code “1FREECOURSE” to start for free

DragonflyMax – one-stop EMR

HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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Jun 12 2019

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Rank #14: Endurance Athletes Injuries Interview – 557

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Chris Juneau shares his knowledge, clarifies some points and expands on how we can help to reduce overuse injuries in endurance athletes

Follow up interview Google Drive folder containing slides from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update.
Thanks to Bob Marley for continuing to allow us to record and interview the speakers.
Bubba Wilson, Ryan Collins, Josh Yellen, Mark Knoblauch, Eduardo Beltran and everyone else who helped make the recordings possible.

Frio Hydration provides Superior Hydration products and is the official hydration provider of the Sports Medicine Broadcast
Tell them the Sports Medicine Broadcast sent you and receive some special deals on custom graphics or a solar panel.

Need more CEUs

Use my affiliate link with MedBridge to save a bunch
Something you like? Want to see more of?  Problems with some of the content?

I want to hear from You

 
Email Me: Info@sportsmedicinebroadcast.com Tweet Me: @MrJeremyJackson

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May 27 2019

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Rank #15: Topicals and Wound Care – 583

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We all want Active Skin Repair for our cuts

What is the best practice for using topicals and Wound Care?

The NATA position statement on wound care is that soap and water are equally effective as other more expensive and less readily available options for wound cleansing.

When we are on the field flushing with soap and water might not be the best option…because honestly, I do not want the bloody elbow close to my water bottle or water nozzle.

We all know that one athlete that might keep their wound back and not contaminate the rest of our water…but that one is generally the exception.

BLDG Active Kids Shoot in Encinitas

What is wound care best practice?

  • Clean the wound
  • Clean the area around the wound
  • Use an active wound healing agent like Hypochlorous acid
  • Cover with an occlusive dressing
  • Change the dressing and reapply the stabilized hypochlorous acid daily
    • visually inspect the wound and surrounding area during changing of bandage
  • Continue until wound is completely closed

Want to hear a strange Wound Care story?

Molly Quigley shared with us that she used the lining of an eggshell to help seal a wound.

Obviously we needed details:

Okay, so I had an athlete bite his lip during a basketball warm-up and we tried everything to get the bleeding to stop but after a whole quarter, the ref kept sending him out. I had run out of ideas but remembered reading a story about how the lining of an egg, specifically the little gross white lining you can see when you crack a raw egg, and how it can help to seal/clot a wound. We were desperate so I stole an egg from culinary and cleaned it really well! I got a tiny piece of the lining and put it over the wound. We gave it about a minute to dry and it actually formed an almost dry layer of skin that totally stopped the bleeding! He pulled it off after the game and it was fine, could barely see a mark and left it clean!

– Molly Quigley from facebook

Are we overusing triple antibiotics?

Jason Carruth and Morgan Rakestraw reported that neomycin, 1 antibiotic in triple antibiotic was recently shown to reduce granulation and delay healing. Also, up to 25 % of people have an allergic reaction to it. Instead, use vaseline and maybe polybiotic if the wound is angry

What holistic approaches to wound care?

*****use caution as some of these are unregulated in manufacturing*****

Daniel Young shares from his own experiences:

  • Burns – lavender oil is magic
  • Cuts/abrasions/general wounds – tea tree oil layered with lavender oil does wonders.
  • I'll encourage kids/parents to try it. These oils fairly cheap and we buy them at Wal-Mart/HEB/Target. But, we do not use it at the HS.

PLEASE DO NOT…

Use Alcohol on an open wound. Alcohol is great for killing living things, but it does not filter through what it kills. Alcohol will kill the good cells as well as any possible bacteria.

Use caution with peroxide as it is a less cytotoxic solution, but it still kills healthy cells.

Hydrogen peroxide is a great way to get the dirt out of a cut that can not be washed out with soap and water.

More about Active Skin Repair

HOCI is a naturally occurring molecule that is produced by our bodies’ white blood cells as a way to promote healing. The re-creation of this molecule results in a clinically proven regenerative technology that helps support the body’s natural healing process.

Hypochlorous acid or HOCL is the active ingredient in Active Skin Repair

Active Skin Repair does not use synthetic antibiotics, is not petroleum-based, does not cause allergic reactions and does not lead to antibiotic resistance.

Contact Us

Jeremy Jackson

Paul Savage

Justin Gardner

Try some Active Skin Repair on your next round of wound care

Email Justin and ask for a Sports Medicine Broadcast sample package.

Or subscribe to Adam Larsen's Athletic Training Box and use the coupon code “sportmedicinebroadcast” as it will be in the next shipment.

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Sep 25 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #16: Learning To Say NO – Kent Games

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Learning to say no can literally set you free. A friend of mine typically responds to requests with, “However I can help.” As Athletic Trainers, we are in the service business, so we tend to say YES to everything.

I was asked recently, “Jeremy, would your coaches fight for you to stay employed here?”

I am trying to find ways to be helpful and to build relationships without taking on someone else's job responsibilities. I am learning to say no. But am I learning to say no gracefully?

About Dr. Kenneth Games

On his website, Kent Games describes himself as a breakthrough, leadership, and transformation coach. 

After nearly ten years working in healthcare and higher education, he decided to fulfill his vision and pursue a career helping others identify and fulfill their life's dreams, desires, and visions.

Learning to Say No

For many, leadership may imply the imposition to say yes.
Yes to new tasks. 
Yes to new projects. 
Yes to more jobs and gigs. 

Last year we learned with the Dichotomy of Leadership that a hard line on one topic can cause you to burn the candle at both ends, resulting in burnout.

Tribe of Mentors – Tim Ferriss

A Tim Ferriss podcast highlighted the “no” responses to his invitation to participate in his book Tribe of Mentors.

Tim asked hundreds of entertainers, athletes, CEOs, speakers and guests what makes them tick. 

His “no” responses were so graciously worded, that he put them in the book anyway! It was a way to highlight how some power brokers eloquently decline invitations to projects.

John reads a couple of these responses throughout the podcast.

What are some practical steps?

Dr. Games discusses the importance of acknowledging the invitation and showing gratitude, as evidenced in his automatic email reply.

John Ciecko also discusses how he recently took his email app off his phone to allow him to be more present.

For John and Dr. Games, this contributes to a reduced feeling of anxiety because he is not constantly checking and waiting for something to pop up.

In the AT facility

“I can give you five minutes of my time right now. If you need more than that, you will need to come back in one hour (or when the practice rush is over).”

After hearing this, I discussed how we can implement it into our daily practice to better serve each athlete who trusts us with their care.

Why YOU should Learn To Say “No”

To give your attention and energy to the situations that deserve it.

If an opportunity does not line up with your “why” and your value system then gracefully say no.

Contact us:

Dr. Kent Games – Kenneth.Games@indstate.edu
Twitter: @GamesKenneth
Instagram: @KentGames

John Ciecko – jciecko@bloomfield.org
Twitter – @JohnCiecko

Jeremy Jackson

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Oct 23 2019

1hr 7mins

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Rank #17: John Fite’s perception of Pain and the Brain – 548

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John Fite, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT Presentation Google Drive folder containing slides from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Update.
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May 06 2019

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Rank #18: Cramping Research – 574

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World renown researcher and heat illness expert Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek returns to discuss Cramping Research.

Anything heat illness…Dr. Fowkes-Godek is your expert

In our last conversation…

Dr. Fowkes-Godek covered a lot about blood levels, potassium overdoes, salt testing, IVs and ideal intake temperature.

Blood Chloride is one of the only things that changes during active cramps.

Mike McKenney mentioned it does not matter what science you have in the drink if it stay on the shelf or in the bottle. Cramping Research has to take into account the taste or drink-ability of the product or it is virtually useless.

Chloride, Chloride, Chloride

We keep pushing salt tablets and salty drinks.

Current cramping science research shows sodium and potassium levels to be the same before, during and after a cramp, yes during a full-body cramp they draw blood.

There are a few problems:
1. Chloride content is not on labels
2. Chloride requires a carrier like sodium, potassium or magnesium

Potassium can actually be toxic in the blood at high levels

So how do we get more Blood Chloride??

Mediterranean diets typically contain a high level

Seaweed

Feta Cheese

What about hot sauce?

It is similar to pickle juice in that it create a pharyngeal response.

But use caution as people who have been heavily exercising might not take kindly to hot sauce in their stomachs. If they start puking then you are compounding issues.

Are you Feeling Slushy????

Alyssa Brown asked about Thermoregulation and Cramping in the last podcast with Dr. Miller but we did not get to it.

Dr. Fowkes-Godek discusses how they keep a slushy machine in the facility for warm weather practices to help pre-lower the core body temperature.

Cramping Science research shows that the ones who get hot faster peak faster, finish slower and are more likely to cramp.

If you really want to make friends then get some Levelen and a slushy machine and have your players can perform better during warm temp games and practices.

Who's article is Dr. Fowkes-Godek reading?

Dr. Kevin Miller

Dr. Martin Schwellnus

other than that it is pretty lonely in the cramp world

Check the Facebook Live video

Want links to all of our recent Cramping Science podcasts?

Cramping Science with Dr. Kevin Miller

Cramping Science with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

NASA Engineered formula – The Right Stuff

Isotonic Drinks with Kari Beltran

Cramping Science Research with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

Neurology of a Cramp with Dr. Kevin Miller

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Aug 14 2019

1hr 20mins

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Rank #19: Ivan Pierra Best AT in LA Galaxy – 541

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What Keeps Ivan Pierra going?

Get to know PSATS member Ivan Pierra

  • First AT with the LA Galaxy
  • 10+ years with LA
  • Director of Sports Science
  • Participated in 4 world cup games as an AT

So what keeps Ivan Pierra coming to work?

One of most ATs favorite parts is the relationships. Ivan is no different

Locker room talk and ribbing is part of the job. If I trip in front of everyone i expect the kids to tease me about it for the next few days.

If you do something really awesome they should know and give you a hard time about it…if that is the way you go about business.

His number one negative…

Time away from FAMILY

Sometimes he can bring family on the trips but as an AT for pro-soccer you do not have any real free time except bedtime.

So during those times where you are able to escape or steal away even a few hours to invest in your family do it.

How has PSATS grown?

PSATS was not even around when he started. he has seen it grow from ATs who would see each other only at games to a small group gathering to the huge growing success it is today

How can you contact Ivan?

Email Ivan

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Ivan Pierra – Best AT in the Galaxy

10 + year with the LA Galaxy, Ivan Pierra knows Pro Soccer

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Apr 19 2019

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Rank #20: Cramping Science with Kevin Miller – 570

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What do you know about Cramping Science?

I do not know a whole lot about Cramping Science, but luckily Mike McKenney and Dr. Kevin Miller are here to share tons of knowledge.

Who is Kevin Miller?

Dr. Kevin Miller is a Full Professor in the Athletic Training Program at Central Michigan University.  His research interests include the causes, treatments, and prevention of exertional heat illness with a specific emphasis on exercise-associated muscle cramping. 

He has published over 50 peer-reviewed manuscripts in medical journals and presented over 90 international, national, or regional presentations on topics related to heat illness. 

He has co-authored several national and international position statements including the NATA Position Statement on Exertional Heat Illness; the Statement of the Third International Exercise-Associated Hyponatremia Consensus Development Conference; and the NATA round table on Malignant Hyperthermia in Physically-Active Populations. 

Dr. Miller is a member of the Korey Stringer Institute’s Medical and Science Advisory Board; a member of the Editorial Boards for the Journal of Athletic Training; Exercise Physiology; Sport and Exercise Nutrition; and Athletic Training and Sports Health Care

He is Chair of the Michigan Athletic Trainers Society Research Assistance Committee; NATA liaison to the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association; and member of the NATA’s International Committee.

Did you get lost in all of those titles?

Like I said, I do not know a whole lot of TRUTH about cramping. So I am here to keep it simple and not too nerdy.

What to do when you are cramping:

The fastest way to “fix” a cramp is static stretching. If we prevent the muscle from shortening then we are preventing it from cramping.

Anything ingested is going to take about 10 minutes to provide relief…

Except small volumes of pickle juice seem to make them relax after about 90 seconds. So stretch and give pickle juice right away.

When a cramp starts, will it go away?

For about an hour after a cramp the threshold for cramping is decreased even if the muscle is no longer cramping, it is still standing on the edge.

Recommendations for preventing a cramp?

  • ask good questions
  • know that each patient and cramp is unique
  • look for trends
  • have them keep a cramp journal
  • start early in the day with fluid and sodium replacements
  • drink through out the day when thirsty

Want to see the rest of our cramping science podcasts?

Cramping Science with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

NASA Engineered formula – The Right Stuff

Isotonic Drinks with Kari Beltran

Cramping Science Research with Dr. Sandra Fowkes-Godek

Neurology of a Cramp with Dr. Kevin Miller

Contact Us

Dr. Kevin Miller – email – mille5k@cmich.edu

Mike McKenney – m.mckenney@neu.edu

Jeremy Jackson

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Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

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HOIST – no matter your reason for dehydration DRINK HOIST

MedBridge Education – Use “TheSMB” to save some, be entered in a drawing for a second-year free and support the podcast.

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Cramping Science with Kevin Miller

Mike McKenney studied under Kevin Miller. Both are making an impact in the way we understand hydration.Kevin has a long list of hydration and cramping related articles and committee involvement.Join the conversation as part of a series on Cramping Science on the Sports Medicine Broadcast

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Jul 17 2019

1hr 24mins

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