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It's Podcast Friday! with Texas A&M Head Athletic Trainer Phil Hedrick!

It's Podcast Friday! with Texas A&M Head Athletic Trainer Phil Hedrick!

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  • 10/24/2014 5:52:00 AM
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Sports medicine, when applied at the level of a University, is a complicated and multi-faceted enterprise.  We are pleased to have Mr. Phil Hedrick, Head Athletic Trainer for Athletics at Texas A&M University in the podcast today to talk about the complexity of providing sports medicine care for 600 athletes.  We also talk about some of the changing paradigms in sports medicine, especially in how it relates to health insurance.  Enjoy!  LISTEN NOW!Image Source: http://www...
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It's Podcast Friday! with David Weir, Texas A&M Football's Head Athletic Trainer

It's Podcast Friday! with David Weir, Texas A&M Football's Head Athletic Trainer

Football season is in full swing and as does happen with any sport, injuries occur.  Today we are pleased to have Mr. David Weir (ATC, LAT) with us in the podcast to talk about football injuries and treatment.  We talk extensively about the world of Athletic Training, and especially how the emphasis on concussion monitoring is altering how football is practiced. This is certainly a timely topic and we think you'll enjoy!  LISTEN NOW! Image Source: http://hlknweb.tamu...
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It's Podcast Friday with Dr. John Chong from the Musician's Clinics of Canada

It's Podcast Friday with Dr. John Chong from the Musician's Clinics of Canada

  • 10/31/2013 9:59:00 AM
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Today's podcast guest is Dr. John Chong of the Musician's Clinic of Canada.  Dr. Chong is another of our joint collaborations with the Athlete and the Arts initiative which is designed to apply sports medicine practices and knowledge to the Performing Arts (and vice-versa!).  Dr. Chong is the President of the Performing Arts Medical Association and a clinician who was a piano child-prodigy.  So, he speaks first-hand of the injuries, overtraining, and and medical needs of a...
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