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The Wichita Eagle Kansas

 •  August 23

Chris Fleming says he can spot your next ache or pain before you experience it – and then try to help you avoid it. Fleming, a certified athletic trainer and owner of the 10-month-old Inspire Health & Performance, recently invested in a 3D motion capture and analysis system made by Dari of Overland Park. The system uses eight high-definition...

A therapy-animal trend grips the United States. The San Francisco airport now deploys a pig to calm frazzled travelers. Universities nationwide bring dogs (and a donkey) onto campus to soothe students during finals. Llamas comfort hospital patients, pooches provide succor at disaster sites and horses are used to treat sex addiction. And that duck...

The Wichita Eagle Kansas

 •  February 9

An athletic trainer had his license suspended indefinitely by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts this week after he drank alcohol on the job at Fort Hays State University, according to the order suspending his license. Brady Ternes was an employee at Fort Hays until Dec. 4, 2015, according to a human resources representative. He is still listed on...

The Wichita Eagle Kansas

 •  November 7, 2015

Larry Cooper, chair of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association’s secondary school athletic trainer committee, said injuries can be magnified in young athletes. “We do know that older athletes return from concussions faster, and when I mean return ...