2022 June/July (Volume XXXII, No. 3)

A Multidisciplinary Healthcare Approach in Athletics

A multidisciplinary, team-based approach in healthcare is a leading strategy to improve patient outcomes, well-being, satisfaction, and cost-effectiveness. It allows for a holistic, well-rounded approach to patient-centered care in managing complex conditions of illness, injury, and chronic disease (Isaac et al., 2016).  This team-based healthcare approach involves a group of clinical staff members from a […]

April Johnson — Making A Difference At Every Stop

As an athletic trainer, April Johnson has been all over the country, but she feels most at home when helping others be healthy and safe.  “My philosophy has always been to find a place that brings you joy, and make a difference,” said Johnson, currently the certified athletic trainer at Sunnyside High School in Fresno, […]

Michael Chesterfield — Running Towards the Problem

Michael Chesterfield was on a boat during his honeymoon when a woman in attendance collapsed from a seizure.  “What do you do? You run to it. That’s what I did. It was the way I was brought up,” Chesterfield said.  As a third-generation firefighter and the athletic trainer for the Clarion (PA) University football team, […]

Protecting the Young Elbow, Part II

Elbow injuries in young baseball pitchers continue to rise and reduce participation. Second to the shoulder, the elbow is a vulnerable area and prone to injury in the young throwing arm. Unfortunately, many young pitchers experience elbow pain – and it should not be ignored. The elbow is susceptible to injury from the high valgus […]

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