Dr. Donovan summarizes the recent article "Concussion-Symptom Rating Correlation Between Pediatric Patients and Their Parents" by Tatiana Patsimas, MD; David R. Howell, PhD, ATC; Morgan N. Potter, BA; Aaron J. Provance, MD; Michael W. Kirkwood, PhD; Julie C. Wilson, MD.
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Caroline Lisee Gender Differences in Psychological Responses to Recovery After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Before Return to Sport.
Dr. Caroline Lisee received her Ph.D. from MSU in 2020 and is currently a post-doctoral fellow in the MOTION lab at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She studies aspects of muscular performance and physical activity after ACL injury to help identify clinical tools to reduce risk of re-injury and developing osteoarthritis.
Dr. Lizzie Hibberd interviews the guest editors for the Special Thematic Issue on Training Load and Recovery Management, Dr. Darin Padua and Dr. Jimmy Onate.
Issue Link: bit.ly/3kScgR4
Dr. Jimmy Onate joined The Ohio State University in January 2010. He earned his PhD in Human Movement Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2002 with a focus in biomechanics and motor learning. He has been an academic research faculty member interested in all aspects of human movement relative to injury prevention and performance optimization since 2003.
Dr. Darin Padua is a Professor and Chair in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science and Director of the Sports Medicine Research Laboratory. He is an adjunct faculty member in the following Departments at UNC: Orthopaedics, Biomedical Engineering, and Allied Health Sciences. Dr. Padua serves as the acting Chair of the Research Committee for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Foundation. His primary research interests focus on understanding factors that influence knee stability, identification of risk factors associated with knee injury, identification of evidence based prevention strategies for knee injury, and validation of performance enhancement training techniques.
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Natalie Kupperman, M.Ed. and Jennifer Tymkew, M.S., about wearable–derived workload metrics and injury risk in team-based sports.
Jen Tymkew is currently an Associate Director for Athletic Training Services at Northwestern University working primarily with the men’s basketball team. She has been at Northwestern since 2009 and received degrees from Michigan State University and the University of Kentucky.
Natalie Kupperman is currently a third year doctoral student at the University of Virginia where she studies the use of wearable technologies in improving training and healthcare outcomes in team-based sports.
Dr. Donovan summarizes the recent article by Stephen W. West, BSc, PhD and colleagues title "Training Load, Injury Burden, and Team Success in Professional Rugby Union: Risk Versus Reward".
Article Link: https://bit.ly/2EjgS39
Dr. Donovan summarizes the recent article by Paula Barreiros Debien, MSc and colleagues titled "Training Load and Recovery During a Pre-Olympic Season in Professional Rhythmic Gymnasts".
Article Link: https://bit.ly/2DqydWW
Dr. Lizzie Hibberd interviews Dr. Zachary Winkelmann about the role of telemedicine in athletic training during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Winkelmann also discusses his recent publication in the Journal of Athletic Training titled Telemedicine Experiences of Athletic Trainers and Orthopaedic Physicians for Patients With Musculoskeletal Conditions.
Dr. Winkelmann is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina. He is interested in creating a patient-centered experience for athletic training and sports medicine services for all. His research interests include telemedicine and tactical athletes. Dr. Winkelmann teaches general medical and behavioral health concepts for the athletic training programs.
Dr. Donovan summarizes the article "Aspects of Technology That Influence Athletic Trainers' Current Patient Care Documentation Strategies in the Secondary School" by Dr. Sara Nottingham and colleagues.
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Cynthia Wright and Dr. Barbara Brandon
about Closed-Reduction Techniques for Glenohumeral-, Patellofemoral-, and Interphalangeal-Joint Dislocations.
Article Link: https://bit.ly/2CTEYjI
Dr. Cynthia Wright is the Athletic Training Program Director and an associate professor of health sciences at Whitworth University. She received her BA in Athletic Training from Whitworth University, went on for a masters degree at Texas State University, and finished her PhD in Rehabilitation and Movement Science at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is currently completing an accredited residency program at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, CO during her sabbatical. Cynthia primarily teaches lower extremity evaluation and treatment, therapeutic modalities, biomechanics and evidence based practice courses in the MSAT program. Her main area of research is the treatment of chronic ankle instability.
Dr. Barbara Brandon is a clinical associate professor with the University of Washington School of Medicine. She graduated from a residency in family medicine and continued on to complete fellowships in sports medicine and faculty development. Currently, she is finishing a fellowship in wilderness medicine and is employed by Chas Health working with the underserved. In 2019, she was honored with the Physician of the Year Award from the Washington State Athletic Trainers Association.
Dr. Donovan summarizes the article "Lower Limb Asymmetry After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Adolescent Athletes" by Dr. Gerwyn Hughes and colleagues.