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Sparrow Athletic Trainer Works with Michigan State Police to Reduce Recruit Injuries

Michigan Business Beat
November 20, 2018 3:00 PM


IMG_9304 (2)Michigan State Police recruits go through some of the toughest training around and that can lead to serious injuries. A Sparrow Athletic Trainer has worked with trooper recruits in recent months to provide training tips that help recruits to avoid injuries and to assist in making sure minor hurts don’t turn into injuries that prevent a recruit from graduating from the program.

Jeffrey Mosher interviews a Sparrow Athletic Trainer and State Police official to discuss the program and how it‘s mutually beneficial for the state and Sparrow.

Hear his interviews and excerpts from that experience.

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