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Author: Ashley Shrum

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A variety of interviews with coaches and expert medical professionals about physical limitations children may experience on the court and how you as a coach can help modify the training/practices/games to help this athlete be successful.
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Trigger Warning: We discuss suicide, suicidal ideation, and the grieving process. This is very pertinent information however it may spur up some uncomfortable feelings while you listen. In this episode, Dr. Ashley Shrum, Physical Therapist, speaks with Dr. Jennifer Ritchie, Psychologist, about teen suicide.  Dr. Ritchie educates us all on a few startling statistics about teen suicide rates, risk factors for suicide, warning signs some one may be thinking of committing suicide, resources to find help before someone does harm themselves, and how to talk to your team after an athlete has decided to end their life.  This episode should be listened to at normal speed and when you have time to dedicate your attention by being an active listener.  You can learn more about Dr. Ritchie at the following places: www.gbhconsultants.com FB: https://www.facebook.com/gbhconsultantsstl/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/gbhconsultantsstl/
In this episode Dr. Ashley, Physical Therapist, goes solo to finish the season 1 knee sections.  She covers Jumpers knee, what it is, where it shows up, common symptoms, and 3 ways you can allow for relative rest of the athlete while still having them in your gym safely.  As always, there is a bonus video that has demonstrations of the exercises/technique referred to in the podcast. Go check it out here: https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo If you or your athlete need help finding a physical therapist in your area or want to work with Dr. Ashley please email her at: ashley@calibratedpt.com Thank you for listening!
Knee Meniscus

Knee Meniscus

2020-11-0815:52

In this episode, Dr. Ashley Shrum, DPT goes solo to finish up our series here on the ligaments of the knee.  She discusses what the menisci are, where they are in the knee, how they are commonly injured, when you should or should not have surgery, and when you can expect your athlete to return to the court.  Of course there are video bonus features to be found here: https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo If you have any questions or comments please email ashley@calibratedpt.com or reach out on social media (calibrated physical therapy, PLLC FB Page or @calibrated.pt on instagram) Thanks for listening and if you haven't already be sure to subscribe ;)
In this episode Dr. Ashley Shrum, DPT goes solo again to continue talking all about ligaments of the knee. She discusses what these ligaments are, how they are typically injured, and how long you can expect a player to be out of the game if they are injured.  The video bonus features include some drills and exercises for re-integrating your player to the court once they're released from rehab/their doctor.  Check' em out here: https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo Also if you have any questions/comments please email ashley@calibratedpt.com or connect to us on social media (Calibrated Physical Therapy, PLLC FB page, @ calibrated.pt on instagram). Thanks for listening! :)
Mid season recap. Thank you to all of our first season guests thus far! You all are awesome! please feel free to reach out to me via email or social media if you have any questions or would like to discuss a scenario that you're handling as a coach. ashley@calibratedpt.com https://www.facebook.com/CalibratedPT https://www.instagram.com/calibrated.pt/ For adult players: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CalibratedPTVolleyball/ Please if you haven't already take a moment and check out our video bonus features for each episode here: https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo And if you're listening, please subscribe. 
Dr. Ashley Shrum, Physical Therapist goes solo to talk about the posterior cruciate ligament, PCL, what it is, how it gets injured, what you can do to help an athlete returning from a PCL injury, and how you as a coach can do 4 simple things to help prevent this type of injury. As always there are bonus videos to this episode: https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo If you have any questions or want to have Dr. Ashley help you create an appropriate warm up for your practice examples please feel free to message her on the website, DM/message on FB or IG, or email her at: ashley@calibratedpt.com
In this podcast episode Dr. Ashley Shrum is joined by Dr. Amie Schuetz (both physical therapists) to discuss ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) injuries. They discuss what the ACL is, where its located, and what type of situations most result in the injury; how you can support your athlete or teammate that is undergoing ACL repair; what to avoid saying because its not helpful; and what to do when this athlete returns to the gym for the first few weeks.  There is a video bonus feature to this episode which includes a demonstration and instruction on several drills you can do in the gym to reintroduce your athlete to training and really gauge where they are mentally and physically for return to sport.  Check out the video here: https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo If you'd like to get a jump training program or find a jump training specialist in your area I am willing to help you out with that, please just email me ashley@calibratedpt.com If you would like to get in contact with Dr. Amie Schuetz, DPT she practices in the northern Chicago, Illinois region and you can email her at amie.schuetz@m-o-i.com Thank you again Amie for coming on and sharing your story with all of us and your insights.  I know I personally will take a few of these phrases you said and start adding them back in immediately to my dialogue with recovering athletes. 
Lateral Ankle Sprain

Lateral Ankle Sprain

2020-09-2022:42

In this episode Dr. Ashley Shrum, Physical Therapist, is solo discussing what you can do as a coach to help your players immediately and as they return to the gym from an ankle injury. This episode has a WONDERFUL bonus video section that walks you through the stages of rehab and typical exercises you will see for a grade II lateral ankle sprain from start to finish and then return to the court tips and good drills to choose once your athlete is back.  Check out the bonus video here:  https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo If you're a coach and want to get your questions answered and be a guest on this podcast please email: ashley@calibratedpt.com
Dr. Ashley, Physical Therapist, and Coach Will discuss Plantar Fasciitis.  They discuss what plantar fasciitis actually consists of, how to ensure you get diagnosed properly, what you can do TODAY that will ease your plantar fasciitis symptoms, and discuss a little tid bit about heel/arch pain in pre pubescent versus grown kids. 
In this episode Dr. Ashley Shrum, Physical Therapist and Dan Feldman, Registered Dietician speak about what you should be fueling your youth athletes with on tournament days. They discuss how to provide variety, importance of hydration, and provide a PSA for not food or body shamaing these adolescent athletes.  If you would like to reach out to Dan about private nutrition information he is available at: Email:: Dan@danfeldmanRD.com IG: powerlifterdietician Website: www.danfeldmanrd.com
Scoliosis

Scoliosis

2020-08-3027:02

In this episode Dr. Ashley Shrum, DPT and Dr. Meghan Klunk, DPT discuss scoliosis.  They cover how you can identify it, what to do if your athlete has scoliosis, how to prevent it from getting worse, and ways it may impact your athlete at practice and what you can do about it. If you would like to contact Dr. Meghan Klunk, Physical Therapist her email is: MegKlunk@gmail.com OR you can visit here website at www.mindfulmovementsptpilates.com
In this episode Dr. Ashley Shrum, DPT and Coach Will Quach discuss his experiences coaching athletes with Osgood Schlatter's Disease (OSD). They cover what OSD actually is, when to seek further medical counsel, ways to modify training and play positions as well as possible modifications to coaching style/cues to best benefit athletes that are experiencing OSD. They also discuss mindset and when you can appropriately push your athletes in the gym. This episode contains bonus video content that was cut from the audio only portion that includes exercise demonstrations. Please go to the video portion here: https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo f you have any questions or would like to have further discussion about leg length discrepancies please email Dr. Ashley: ashley@calibratedpt.com If you would like to contact Coach Will about private or group lessons please email: William.Quach@volleyball.com Coach Will is available to anyone located in the area between Cheyenne Wyoming and Colorado Springs Colorado.  He specializes in body mechanics in volleyball and the use of positive reinforcement.
Concussion

Concussion

2020-08-1625:41

In this episode Dr. Ashley Shrum, Physical Therapist, and Dr. Rebecca Workman, Physical Therapist, discuss concussions; specifically return to play guidelines. If you have any questions or would like to have further discussion about concussions please email Dr. Ashley: ashley@calibratedpt.com If you would like to contact Dr. Rebecca about getting your athlete screened please email: rebeccaworkman.pt@gmail.com Dr. Rebecca is licensed to treat patients in the state of Arizona. She is physically located in the greater Phoenix area; however if you are somewhere else in Arizona she can help you via telehealth.
In this episode Dr. Ashley Shrum, DPT and Coach Will Quach discuss his experiences coaching a youth female athlete with a leg length discrepancy. They cover ways to modify her training and play positions as well as possible modifications to coaching style/cues to best benefit this athlete. A bonus video with exercise demonstration that was cut from the audio can be found here: https://www.calibratedpt.com/podcastbonusvideo If you have any questions or would like to have further discussion about leg length discrepancies please email Dr. Ashley: ashley@calibratedpt.com If you would like to contact Coach Will about private or group lessons please email: William.Quach@volleyball.com Coach Will is available to anyone located in the area between Cheyenne Wyoming and Colorado Springs Colorado.  He specializes in body mechanics in volleyball and the use of positive reinforcement.
Intro!

Intro!

2020-08-0803:01

Dr. Ashley Shrum, Physical Therapist lays out our mission and what you can expect from our podcast as a whole. 
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