Tuesday Oct 05, 2021
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Dan Lorenz about his recent Current Clinical Concepts paper on Blood Flow Restriction. Article: https://bit.ly/39AKm8J Dan Lorenz, DPT, PT, ATC, CSCS is a sports medicine professional with 20 years of experience in a number of professional settings, including outpatient physical therapy, hospitals, Division 1 athletics, Olympics, Major League Baseball, and the National Football League. After practicing in outpatient physical therapy for a few years after PT school, from 2004-2005, he completed the Duke University Sports Physical Therapy Fellowship. Following the stint at Duke, he was an assistant athletic trainer/physical therapist for the Kansas City Chiefs. After leaving the Chiefs, he worked in various outpatient sports/orthopedic settings in the Kansas City area before opening my own practice with my partners, Agility Health, in 2012 - Specialists in Sports and Orthopedic Rehabilitation (SSOR).
Monday Sep 27, 2021
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the article "Effects of Different Inter-Set Rest Intervals during the Nordic Hamstring Exercise in Young Male Athletes."
Monday Sep 20, 2021
Dr. Kara Radzak discusses recent updates in sport-related concussion assessment and rehabilitation with Dr. Abigail Bretzin, Dr. Jaclyn Caccese, and Dr. Justin Karr. Dr. Abigail Bretzin is a certified athletic trainer (AT) and a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Pennsylvania in the Penn Injury Science Center. She is a collaborative member of the Ivy League-Big 10 Epidemiology of Concussion Study, and is a member of the COllaborative Neuropathology NEtwork Characterizing ouTcomes of TBI (CONNECT-TBI) Data Coordinating Core. Her primary research focuses on the epidemiology of concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI), emphasizing socio-demographic factors related the injury including sex and gender differences, to inform areas for primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention. Dr. Jaclyn B. Caccese is an Assistant Professor in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and a member of Ohio State’s Chronic Brain Injury Program. She completed her BSE in Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania, and MS and PhD in Biomechanics and Movement Science at the University of Delaware. Her research focuses on understanding the short- and long-term effects of contact sports participation and sport-related concussion with the overarching goals to inform public policy regarding youth sports participation and to improve outcomes in current and former athletes. Dr. Justin Karr is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Kentucky in August 2020. He completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a Neuropsychology Specialization at the University of Victoria in 2018, where his doctoral studies and research were supported by the Vanier Scholarship. He completed my clinical internship year at the Seattle VA hospital, and my postdoctoral training within the Harvard Medical School system at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. His research to date has focused on neuropsychological assessment methods, cross-cultural validation of psychological tests, cognitive aging, and the psychological and cognitive sequelae of brain injury.
JATCast | Movement Quality Does Not Moderate Internal Training Load Response of Male Collegiate Soccer Athletes
Monday Sep 13, 2021
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the article "Lower Extremity Movement Quality Does Not Moderate Internal Training Load Response of Male Collegiate Soccer Athletes" authored by Tara Condon, MS, ATC and colleagues. Article: https://bit.ly/2YxJT4F
Monday Aug 23, 2021
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the articles Epidemiology of Injuries in National Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Soccer: 2014–2015 Through 2018–2019 and Epidemiology of Injuries in National Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Cross Country: 2014–2015 Through 2018–2019 by Dr. Avinash Chandran and colleagues. This article was featured in the July issue of the Journal of Athletic Training.
Monday Aug 16, 2021
Dr. Kara Radzak interviews Dr. Avinash Chandran and Dr. Randy Cohen about the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Injury Surveillance Program and the recent thematic issue of the Journal of Athletic Training on NCAA injury epidemiology. Dr. Avinash Chandran joined the Datalys Center in January 2020 as the Director of the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program. Prior to joining the Datalys Center, Dr. Chandran was a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he concurrently worked within the Matthew-Gfeller Sport-Related TBI Research Center, the Center for Study of Retired Athletes, and the Injury Prevention Research Center. Dr. Chandran is a quantitative Epidemiologist, and his research interests are in athlete health over the lifespan, with an emphasis on female athlete health. Dr. Chandran holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health from the University of Maryland, College Park. He completed his Master of Science in Epidemiology, as well as his PhD in Epidemiology at the George Washington University. Dr. Randy Cohen has been Associate Athletics Director for Medical Services at the University of Arizona since 2001. Before coming to Arizona Randy worked at Purdue University & University of Notre Dame. Randy has a degree in athletic training from Purdue University, a degree in physical therapy from the University of Illinois- Chicago and a doctorate of physical therapy from Simmons College. Randy has 30 years of experience in college sports medicine. He is the former Chairperson of the NATA College and University Athletic Trainers Committee.
Monday Aug 09, 2021
Dr. Luke Donovan summarizes the article Epidemiology of Injuries in National Collegiate Athletic Association Men's Football: 2014–2015 Through 2018–2019 by Dr. Avinash Chandran and colleagues. This article was featured in the July issue of the Journal of Athletic Training.
Tuesday Jul 06, 2021
Dr. Lizzie Elder interviews Dr. Chris Kuenze about the use of wearable technology to track patient outcomes after ACL reconstruction as well as his recent paper "Feasibility of a Wearable-Based Physical Activity Goal-Setting Intervention Among Individuals With Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction." Article Link: https://bit.ly/3j5KgM6 Dr. Chris Kuenze is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology, a clinical professor in the Department of Orthopedics, and the Director of the the Sports Injury Research Laboratory. His primary research interest is the impact of ACL reconstruction on physical activity participation developing interventional approaches to promote physical activity during clinical care. His secondary interests include clinical evaluation of lower extremity neuromuscular function with the goals of reducing ACL re-injury risk and promoting positive long term patient outcomes.
Monday Jun 28, 2021
Dr. Donovan summarizes "Reliability and Validity of a Clinical Assessment Tool for Measuring Scapular Motion in All 3 Anatomical Planes" by Oliver A. Silverson, MS, ATC; Nicole G. Lemaster, PhD, ATC, CES; Carolyn M. Hettrich, MD, MPH; Nicholas R. Heebner, PhD, ATC; Tim L. Uhl, PhD, ATC, PT Article: https://bit.ly/3j8Bgpu
Monday Jun 07, 2021
Dr. Lizzie Elder interviews Dr. Samantha Scarneo-Miller about her recent paper titled "Adoption of Lightning Safety Best-Practices Policies in the Secondary School Setting." Article Link: https://bit.ly/3wg1Fow Dr. Samantha Scarneo-Miller is an Assistant Professor Division of Athletic Training and the Program Director of the Athletic Training Education Program at West Virginia University.