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St Paul Rodeo 062517
AN INTERVIEW WITH CINDY SCHONHOLTZ, GENERAL MANAGER OF THE ST PAUL RODEO, AND NICK LADUKE, A PRCA COWBOY, ABOUT THE RODEO AND THE JUSTIN COWBOY CRISIS FUND, A NON-PROFIT HELPING INJURED RODEO PARTICIPANTS.
up with suggesting cowboy crisis signed and that's. Partner they've got these sports medicine team to really take care of rodeo cowboys. And since 1989 almost eight million dollars has been granted to more than 11150.
a whole night. Dedicated to. Adjusting tablet prices fund and the justice sports medicine team which are on site doctor than a trailer and sports medicine is professionals that help the cowboys get down the road. And that's on a Saturday night July 1 whereas when nick will
cowboys. Through. Not only the fun but as I've said the justice sports medicine game which. I know nick can. Let you know that without them he probably wouldn't come back bay they are there on
St Paul Rodeo JCCF 061216
AN INTERVIEW WITH CINDY SCHONHOLTZ, PRESIDENT AND CCE OF THE JUSTIN COWBOY CRISIS FUND AND BRIAN BAIN, PRCA RODEO CONTESTANT, ABOUT THE ST PAUL RODEO AND HOW THE JCCF HELPS INJURED COWBOYS.
has grown the and with that has our protective equipment. And the sports medicine program which is also sponsored by Justin bit. That helped the cowboys prevent injuries as much as possible and we continue to.
back to hand. That's where we work so closely with the justice sports medicine team which will be on site at Saint Paul and really important for these contestants that are going to how many rodeos. They can check in that those guys have there. Information in the computer and know what injuries they've had no have generally an orthopedic. Doctor there and sports medicine trainer massage. I'll different kinds of things to help them at these scenarios. And locked the tape blocked I. All lit side that's saying to I'm really work on the wellness of the athletes while while they are on the road it's it's pretty tough. When you don't know that many rodeo but you know he had that just keep sports medicine trailer that. Stepping into when you're there and they're gonna they're gonna be helped out as is the big EL one another wave of just the boot camp really supports rodeo cowboy. So that medicine trailer kinda full of EMT type people. It's different from eight rodeo must have an ambulance crew that's part of the professional rodeo cowboys. Association role that this is on top of that they do work closely with the MP crew. But it will be. Sports medicine trainers that are specialized in the sport of rodeo. And that that the trailer is outfitted and it traveled across the country and I believe they have two trailers that travel across the country. And it's output it would sportsmen and trainers that know the order rodeo. And then they will bring in local sports medicine trailers local massage therapists and they will work with local orthopedic. Generally orthopedic surgeon endorsed some type of doctor like that that can help with the local. Care is that he needed. Okay 'cause it's great
Marylhurst Creative Arts Therapy 032016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. LAURA BEER, THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR OF MARYLHURST’S ART, MUSIC, AND CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIES PROGRAM, ABOUT WHAT CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY IS AND HOW IT HELPS PEOPLE AND THE EDUCATION PROGRAM AT MARYLHURST.
treatment. That. Wouldn't they have doesn't have that affects. That's sometimes just physical therapy or occupational therapy have alone so we really con man and sound sellout. The treatment protocol in a really effective way. How
Mt Hood Kiwanis Camp 083015
AN INTERVIEW WITH KALEEN DEATHERAGE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AT MT HOOD KIWANIS CAMP, AND ANN FULLER, PROFESSOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AS PSU, ABOUT THEIR CAMP FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP THEY HAVE WITH PSU AND PSU STUDENTS.
Individuals that I am you know focus and exercise science occupational and physical therapy . All of that rich support. So that we can help somebody that has a disability. How that sense of independence and to
Subaru Love Promise 072615
AN INTERVIEW WITH BEN BRADSHAW FROM CARR SUBARU, YESENIA WITH THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB, AND JANEEN RUNDLE WITH THE OREGON MUSIC HALL OF FAME, ABOUT HOW CARR SUBARU IS SUPPORTING THESE NON-PROFITS THROUGH THE SUBARU LOVE PROMISE.
six or even just. Maybe even change my Maingear actually thought the physical therapy but that went something in the medical career I. I think it's another way of giving back to get. Other people and
Colon Cancer Awareness 072615
AN INTERVIEW WITH KATIE LEE AND DAN HAWKINS, VOLUNTEERS WITH THE COLON CANCER COALITION ABOUT THEIR JOURNEYS EACH HAVING COLON CANCER AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING RUN IN AUGUST.
just go on is as normal as possible. Now I'm done with physical therapy and I feel for the most part a 100% recovered. No I. I can do pretty much anything and I know Dan
St Paul Rodeo JCCF 062815
AN INTERVIEW WITH SUE COLEMAN WITH THE ST. PAUL RODEO AND CINDY SCHONHOLTZ CEO WITH THE JUSTIN COWBOY CRISIS FUND ABOUT THE RODEO AND HOW THE JCCF HELPS INJURED COWBOYS.
test not only to just be terribly crisis and that the Japanese sports medicine program. Just all around to help cowboy and that's what they're about. So what is the just and cowboy crisis fund. There's
that I am. That's where we work really closely with the Japanese sports medicine in school also beyond by app. Saint Paul and they'll have orthopedic dark and fort Madison trainers and it's important bars therapist
from our. Doctor candy Freeman is the medical director or. Just in sports medicine . Scene and he is out of Dallas Texas and he's got to travel to some rodeos. But a lot of cowboys will fly to Dallas to have sparked the three then work on them it's the kind of specialized. But they. Rates they bring in doctors they have a meeting form every year Eric I our national finals and they talk specifically about. Rodeo injuries and forget preventing birdie on your injuries and helmets and all different number of issues that. Sports medicine trainers and doctors that work at rodeos. Would be interested in so that the whole network across the country that he's very
Reiki Healing 053115
AN INTERVIEW WITH COLLEEN BENELLI AND SUSAN PEASE BANITT, BOTH REIKI PRACTITIONERS, ABOUT THE HEALING BENEFITS OF REIKE AND THE WORK THEY DO WITH PEOPLE WITH PTSD.
oncology clinics. We also have a re cue program at the Providence. Physical therapy department. That in the house of physical therapy department. And what we've found by doing the intake form before. Before a person is receiving their chemotherapy and end in that
more spiritual support. In the other departments such as that of Providence. Physical therapy department. They're offering more medical support are complementary support. The Providence child center for medically fragile children also has iriki program for
St Paul Rodeo June 28 2014
An interview with Cindy Schonholtz, director of industry outreach for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association about the St. Paul Rodeo and how JCCF raises money to help injured cowboys.
that helps them. I keep from getting injured add that the Japanese sports medicine program which also being at Saint -- that kind of teamed up with the Japanese public crisis -- -- He cowboy --
encourage them to kind of look. Around and he did just that sports medicine team trailer there also -- and that's another heart as. I'm while they're not raising money for that that they've already wanted to raise awareness of the Japanese sports medicine program and how important that is Betty. People concede that trailer and kind of take a look inside. And and see what's
and beyond that they work in conjunction with GMT. But they have. Sports medicine trainer that I understand injury -- rodeo ever computer system in there that track all the cowboys that commands. They know what
Out Of Step Disabilty Website
A discussion with Nikki Zimmerman, founder of outofstep.com about employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
all her skills or. OT now occupational therapy or speech therapy or physical therapy . She had a lot of opportunities. When she was. Working on her job. To do things that we otherwise would have said