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You Can Get An Incredible Amount Accomplished If You Don’t Care Who Gets The Credit

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“You can get an incredible amount accomplished if you don’t care who gets the credit. Be patient-centric.” – Unknown This is one my favorite quotes. I heard it a couple years ago. I can’t tell you where or from whom, but I can remember it word for word. It is the theory in this statement […]

We’re Are Stronger Together

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Events like this evening take both my inner athletic training and public health nerds and absolutely feed them! I will fully own the passion and excitement for both areas, and admit that teaching, learning, and practicing emergency management techniques is fun and exciting! This evening, we invited the athletic trainers, physical therapists, and physicians we [...]

UW Health Sport Specialization Study Preliminary Findings

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(Story and Video Via Channel 3000 Wisc TV News 3) UW Health Sport Specialization Study Preliminary Findings New Richmond High School has been participating in a research study regarding sports specialization and lower extremity injury conducted by Tim McGuine,PhD, ATC, and UW Health in Madison, WI. While the data collection process is a large time […]

Chamber Coffee for the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce

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Chamber Coffee for the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce The Somerset OSI Physical Therapy Clinic and The Training Room sponsored Chamber Coffee for the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce on Friday, January 8th. Team members Shari Walters, clinic manager and physical therapist, Jen Chapman, Training Room director, and Steph Fall, athletic training manager and athletic […]

Struggles Of A True Coffee Snob – Salted Dark Chocolate Latte

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Struggles Of A True Coffee Snob – Salted Dark Chocolate Latte I may be reaching the highest potential of a true coffee snob. If you are one, you get it. If you’ve been around you, you probably hate it. If it isn’t organic, a coffee a truly enjoy, and dairy-free, I’m out. Not worth my […]

Make More Friends Than Enemies

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A few seasons ago, I encouraged the manager of our athletic training department to have our athletic trainers set goals each season. Goals are to be individual and can be designed around the interests, strengths, and specialties of our athletic trainers. So for the past couple years, I’ve set season goals, most of which are […]

2015 Emergency Review in Athletics: Appropriate Care of the Spine Injured Athlete

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2015 Emergency Review in Athletics: Appropriate Care of the Spine Injured Athlete One of the highlights of attending the National Athletic Trainers Association’s (NATA) 66th Annual Symposia and AT Expo was the release of an executive summary of a new inter-association consensus statement on “Appropriate Care of the Spine Injured Athlete.” The consensus statement was released […]

[Video] Top 10 Athletic Trainer Problems

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Top 10 Athletic Trainer Problems As we wrap up March and National Athletic Training Month, we’ve recapped some of our favorite humor in the realm of athletic training. While we poke fun at these, it is some of these that make our jobs extra special. A huge shout out to all our athletes and patients, […]

Back In The Kitchen & Testing Recipes – Curried Carrot Soup

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Back In The Kitchen & Testing Recipes – Curried Carrot Soup Let’s be honest…you can’t really scroll through Facebook without seeing at least 1 recipe. Hop on Pintrest, and you are probably overwhelmed with recipes. I, personally, like having recipes that come tested and approved by people I know well. That is why I continue […]

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