Sportsnet is celebrating its 30th birthday this week, with a new series of podcasts exploring the journey of an accomplished clinician.
On the one hand, it’s a good time to celebrate the rise of the podcast, and the growing number of Canadians who are now practicing their craft.
On another hand, there are some important lessons that can be learned from the past, and how these lessons can be applied to the current situation in the United States.
On that note, I’m delighted to bring you the first in a two-part series examining the history of a Canadian clinisher and his work for a U.S. sports team.
As a clinician, he was the only person in the world who could see the pain, the injuries, the suffering of athletes.
He had the ability to see it and then make a determination.
He could also help heal it.
So, as we all know, he had an uncanny ability to predict the future and to predict who would be the best to help people.
That’s what we think we know about him, and that’s what the first podcast is all about.
Here are the 10 things we learned about Dr. Marc-Andre Terrebonnet:When I was first offered the role, I had no idea what it would entail.
I had never worked with a sports doctor before.
I was just an ordinary guy.
I started out with a pretty limited understanding of sports medicine.
It was a bit of a shock, but I started to get to know the team, the team doctors, the coaches, the trainers, the nutritionists.
That really helped me develop a very strong understanding of what the job is all around.
When I started, I was kind of the outsider.
I didn’t know anybody else.
I just knew that I wanted to do something and wanted to get involved in this very interesting business.
When you’re in that position, you have to think, What’s next?
What was the first thing that came to mind?
I thought of this little girl who was suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome.
I thought, Well, how do I make sure that the best person in that situation, the best doctor in that case, can help her and her family?
So, I started reading a lot of research, looking at different clinical trials, trying to find the right person.
I found the right guy and we started the clinical trial.
I learned so much from this young woman, and it’s the same story with this young kid who had this great story.
So, we decided to make sure he had the best care and treatment possible.
It’s one of the most amazing things that we do in this business.
I’m just thrilled that he got the right care.
We found a guy who was very experienced and very motivated.
He wanted to be the right kind of doctor.
He was very passionate about what he was doing, and he was very driven to get it right.
He worked very hard.
He went to the World Championship.
He did not give up.
He never gave up.
And the next day, he went back to work, and this is when he came back to the clinic.
He did the first clinical trial, which was the Canadian clinic.
And it was a total success.
It helped him tremendously, because it’s so hard to make a diagnosis in the clinic, so he’s doing so well now.
The second one was a smaller trial in the States, but the third one, he did the Canadian trial.
He found the guy.
He went back, and I’m so glad I did it, because he came out of that trial very, very strong.
He started a program in the U.K. We called it the Canadian Clinic of Excellence.
He became a clinisher there.
It really was his passion.
He made a commitment to himself and he didn’t let anyone tell him that he couldn’t do it.
It took him about 10 years to get the training, to get his own equipment, and to have everything he needed to do it, and then he did it.
He said, If I’m going to do this, I have to get into the medical business and I have a very clear vision, and not to get caught up in the marketing and not the business side.
So he had to find a way to stay out of the marketing, and also not to be too commercial, not to have his own marketing, but to do all the work himself.
The first time he came to Canada, he just came for a visit, and everybody was really excited about it, but he didn�t stay long.
He left with a lot more questions, and we found out that he had some very serious health issues, and those were his biggest challenges.
I started thinking about the next step, what do I do now? We decided