Episode 76: How can athletic trainers work with coaches to best serve the athletes?

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In the Zone
How can coaches best incorporate athletic trainers into their programs? What functions can athletic trainers provide in addition to evaluation and treatment of injuries? (starts at 6:00)

That’s Gotta Hurt
President Barack Obama’s recent comments about football (starts at 27:53)
Rajon Rondo – Boston Celtics point guard (starts at 36:22)
Gretchen Bleiler – Olympic snowboarder
Rose Battersby – New Zealand skier
Caleb Moore – Snowmobile rider (starts at 41:30)

Ask Dr. Geier
How can I regain motion after a mallet finger and should I get x-rays after the injury? (starts at 49:12)
Should I worry about my son having elbow pain after pitching as he starts baseball practice? (starts at 51:05)

Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions (starts at 53:44)

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2 Responses to Episode 76: How can athletic trainers work with coaches to best serve the athletes?

    • I really appreciate that. And there is no doubt that athletic trainers are critical to a sports medicine program and for keeping athletes healthy. Thanks so much!

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