Posts Tagged ‘Athletes in Action’

  • Heading South of the Equator to be a Better AT

    Aug 30, 17 • NewsNo Comments
    Heading South of the Equator to be a Better AT

    “As a student and former athlete I am constantly under the microscope and always performing a skill in order to please my supervisor or coach. I was competing because I loved it, but I was constantly worried about what others thought of me. As a student,…[Read More...

  • Anatomy & Orthopaedics Devotion

    Aug 21, 17 • Devotions, Spiritual GrowthNo Comments
    Anatomy & Orthopaedics Devotion

    Feet come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Just the sounds of the nomenclature assigned to some of their anatomical variations probably distress patients in the foot clinic: pes planus, pes cavus, hallux valgus, hindfoot varus, metatarsus adductus, and an array of others. The sole, or plantar surface, is… [Read More...

  • Heading South of the Equator!

    Jul 12, 17 • NewsNo Comments
    Heading South of the Equator!

    AIA Sports Performance is heading back to Cape Town, South Africa this month, south of the equator! Use this Prayer Calendar to join our team and also follow their Team Blog! Our team of athletic trainers and students will be serving athletes participating in an Ultimate Training Camp (UTC) and teaching at a local university.  The [&hellip...

  • Rehabilitation Devotion

    Jul 11, 17 • Devotions, Spiritual GrowthNo Comments
    Rehabilitation Devotion

    Posture, in general, is rapidly degrading across cultures that are driven by consumerism (few who are reading this live outside those cultures). What’s to blame? Increasingly sedentary lifestyles, poor physical fitness, furniture that values design over… [Read More...

  • 28th Annual NATA Fellowship! Wednesday, June 28th at 6:15 am.

    Jun 22, 17 • NewsNo Comments
    28th Annual NATA Fellowship! Wednesday, June 28th at 6:15 am.

    A Call to Prayer… and Coffee!                                                                   Join us at 6:15 am on June 28th at Starbucks in the Houston Convention Center for [&hellip...

  • Till I See You Again… God’s Love Displayed in Honduras

    Jun 22, 17 • NewsNo Comments
    Till I See You Again… God’s Love Displayed in Honduras

    “I’ve always believed that nothing that God does is a coincidence, and this week is just one more proof of it. This group of people is taking my heart with them, and I thank my Lord for“I’ve always believed that nothing that God does is a coincidence, and this week is just one more proof [&hellip...

  • Preventive Medicine Devotion

    Jun 22, 17 • Devotions, Spiritual GrowthNo Comments
    Preventive Medicine Devotion

    The sodium half of a sodium chloride molecule has a bad reputation in healthcare when we think of the amount of salt in a typical diet. True enough, in many ways it is detrimental to good health. We spend lots of time and money educating patients about… [Read More...

  • Hurtin’ for Certain…but still Choosing Joy!

    May 27, 17 • NewsNo Comments
    Hurtin’ for Certain…but still Choosing Joy!

         Life inevitably involves suffering but what do you do when two of your three children qualify for Make a Wish? That is the reality that AIA staff members Gus and Suzy Hermes face on a daily basis. Recently, Suzy spoke to a group of 25 sports medicine physicians at the 6th annual chapel [&hellip...

  • Join Our Prayer Team – Honduras Mission Trip

    May 25, 17 • NewsNo Comments
    Join Our Prayer Team – Honduras Mission Trip

    Join our Honduras mission prayer team! Your prayers can make a difference, encouraging our team as they serve. Use the team Prayer Calendar and get to know our team, their schedule and the specific prayer requests we have as we seek to make God known in Honduras through sports medicine and strength & conditioning. Follow them daily from June 3rd to [&hellip...

  • Rehabilitation Devotion

    May 25, 17 • Devotions, Spiritual GrowthNo Comments
    Rehabilitation Devotion

    When I started as a sports medicine student in the late 1970s, rehabilitation after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in the knee followed a much different prescription than it does today. Athletes who underwent this surgical procedure were immobilized in a fiberglass cast spanning from their groin to their toes. Twelve weeks later,…[Read More...