S2EP5: SUE FALSONE
Rehab To Sport
Sue Falsone is the first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the US, most recently with the LA Dodgers for 6 years. Functioning as both an athletic trainer and physical therapist to her athletes, she was able to develop a truly innovative and successful approach to treatment. She discusses her philosophy on pain and treatment, returning injured athletes to an elite level of sport, as well as being female in a male-dominated field. Sue joined us via Skype.
For more info on Sue and her book, check out her website!
Books and films mentioned in the episode:
- Bridging the Gap from Rehab to Performance, by Sue Falsone
- The Honeys and Bears, senior citizen synchronized swimming short documentary by Veena Rao
- Anatomy Trains, by Thomas W. Myers
- Muscles and Meridians: The Manipulation of Shape, by Philip Beach, discussing the “archetypal postures of repose”