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The Foot and Ankle: An ATC’s Perspective

http://grosirrumahan.com/grosiran-gamis-bergo-polos-syari-surabaya-murah-64ribu.html Ross Cooper has been Head Athletic Trainer at Detroit Country Day School since November of 2005. He has been a certified athletic trainer (ATC) since June of 1997.

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Order Xanax From Mexico In addition to his role at DCD, Ross continues to be active in the sports medicine and orthopedic research community with several prominent local physicians. He has been highly involved in the development and execution of clinical trials looking at several aspects of the function and rehabilitation of the shoulder girdle. He also is a part of Ortho Elite Seminars providing continuing education lectures to athletic trainers and physical therapists.

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We were fortunate enough to have Ross visit us last week to answer some of our questions about the function of the foot and ankle. With much talk about bare-foot training, five toed shoes, functional testing, and shin splints; we wanted to get a great perspective.


Be sure to turn the volume up to catch some of the hard to hear parts. The video begins when we’re finishing up a discussion on the book Born to Run, and Ross is talking about what he took from the bare-foot training idea.



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One Response to The Foot and Ankle: An ATC’s Perspective

  1. digger07 November 6, 2011 at 9:56 pm #

    http://audiodescription.co.uk/siteinfo/terms-and-conditions/ Great stuff! The athletes with whom I have worked have also had pain in the mid to upper lateral tibia musculature. I like the idea of barefoot training for ankle/foot rehab as it certainly can’t hurt to strengthen the lower leg and foot musculature. It is truly amazing how many of our patients who have balance/foot issues attend physical therapy wearing shoes with extra thick soles, i.e. rockers/toners etc.