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The panel continues, but I have to run to do my duties as an athletic trainer. Thanks for reading and hope that you get the chance to see the webinar. Would love to hear any comments.
Erb talks about rules, spearing is a huge issue, intentional or unintentional. Athletes are bigger, stronger, faster and still growing, and the game has become more wide open. Erb touches on mouth guards, chin straps, and officials… Then opens up on the media….
Q: What role does EMS have in this issue?
A: Joe Clark, they should only be involved in the transport, spine boarding, etc. The athletic trainers need to approach the EMT’s/Ambulance crew prior to the event. “The athletic trainer is in control of the scene until the EMS has arrived or called onto the field.”
I need more Joe Clark’s in this world!!!
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