It’s exams week and there is no time to do anything but study! However, I have a few minutes in between studying PowerPoints for tomorrows first midterm to throw some pictures up from yesterday’s Millrose Games.
Our first test of my second semester in the books. But while it’s fresh in my head, how can I use this information to help treat my patients once I am out of school? Friday, we were tested on many basics of the nervous system with the main emphasis on three spinal tracts: The Spinothalamic Tract, Posterior … More First test in the books: Neuroscience, this we NEED to know!
I was very grateful to have the opportunity to ask my good friend Justin Wood, one of the most talented collegiate coaches in the country, a few questions about the injury prevention and mental side of coaching at a high collegiate level. Justin is in his 4th year as the Head Coach of Stevens Institute where recently … More Injury Prevention, Mental Approach, and Lessons learned from Steven’s Head Track Coach Justin Wood
Jon Anderson was a former track and field state champion and Footlocker Cross-Country Finalist. I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with him about his struggles, surgery, and rehabilitation process with Haglunds Deformity.