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Murphy Wainer Athletic Trainer Honored at Pro

Football’s 101 Awards

By Deanna Thompson | Mar 23, 2020 Lindsey Braddock, a Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists employee who works off-site as the head athletic trainer at Page High School, received national and state recognition recently for helping save the life of Page football player Taevone Johnson. The 101 Awards, the nation’s longest-running awards program dedicated exclusively to the National Football League, honored Braddock at its 50th annual event on Feb. 29 in Kansas City, MO. During the awards ceremony, which is hosted by the Kansas City Chiefs, attendees heard the story of how Braddock and assistant coach Chuck Mardis used an automatic external defibrillator (AED) to save Taevone’s life when he collapsed during a football practice last fall. The 101 Awards went on to recognize the season’s top players and coaches, as selected by 101 members of the national media.
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Orthopedic Care for: bone fractures joint injuries joint sprains torn ligaments rheumatoid arthritis muscle strains acute back pain neck pain sports injuries musculoskelatal trauma
Specializing in: orthopedic surgery total knee replacement total hip replacement total shoulder replacement minimally invasive surgery ACL reconstruction arthroscopy rotator cuff surgery non-surgical orthopedics spine & joint injections
Convenient Locations in: Randolph County, Guilford County, Forsyth County, Davidson County, and areas of Rockingham County and Alamance County, Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Summerfield, Oak Ridge, Stokesdale, Colfax, Pleasant Garden, Reidsville, Browns Summit, Gibsonville, Whitsett, McLeansville,Julian, Jamestown and surrounding areas
Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists 1130 North Church Street Greensboro, NC 27401 Phone: 336.375.2300 Fax: 336.375.2314 mwo @ sosbonedocs.com
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Murphy Wainer athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock (left) is shown at the 101 Awards in Kansas City, MO, with Tamesha Logan and Marisa Brunett, representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, which nominated Braddock for recognition at the ev Lindsey Braddock (left) accepts a Lifesaver award from Jim Bazluki, president of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Each year, the University of Kansas Health System partners with the 101 Awards to provide recognition at the event for an outstanding high school athletic trainer who has performed an extraordinary act of service. Braddock was nominated for the 2020 honor by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and chosen from among a number of nominees across the country. The idea behind the recognition is to make the awards audience aware of the critical role that high school athletic trainers play in the safety of youth sports, said Charles Rozanski, vice president of orthopedics and sports medicine for the University of Kansas Health System. “What we want to do is get the people in the room to turn their heads and say, ‘Wow, I didn’t realize athletic trainers did that,’” Rozanski said. “We want the audience to examine who takes care of their kids or grandkids during athletic participation. Do they have the services of an athletic trainer to protect their health and welfare?” Braddock’s story, he said, was compelling and illustrated the lead role that athletic trainers often take in responding to emergency situations.
In addition to being recognized nationally at the 101 Awards, Braddock also received state recognition recently for her work to save Taevone’s life. The North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association presented Braddock with a 2020 NCATA Lifesaver award at that organization’s spring conference in Wilmington on March 7. Previously, Braddock was recognized in December 2019 by the Guilford County Board of Education for her lifesaving efforts. Braddock works at Page High School as part of Murphy Wainer’s outreach program, which provides certified athletic trainers to seven Guilford County high schools: Dudley, Northeast Guilford, Northern Guilford, Page, Smith, Southeast Guilford and Southern Guilford. The athletic trainers work on-site at these schools to prevent and treat athlete injuries – and deliver lifesaving care when needed.
Murphy Wainer athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock (left) is shown at the 101 Awards in Kansas City, MO, with Tamesha Logan and Marisa Brunett, representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, which nominated Braddock for recognition at the event.
Lindsey Braddock (left) accepts a Lifesaver award from Jim Bazluki, president of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association film an interview with Lindsey Braddock (in orange shirt, back to camera) about her efforts to save Taevone Johnson’s life. While in Kansas City for the 101 Awards, Lindsey Braddock meets with the head athletic trainer for the Kansas City Chiefs, Rick Burkholder.
Representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association film an interview with Lindsey Braddock (in orange shirt, back to camera) about her efforts to save Taevone Johnson’s life.
While in Kansas City for the 101 Awards, Lindsey Braddock meets with the head athletic trainer for the Kansas City Chiefs, Rick Burkholder.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with her parents, Eddie and Teresa Braddock, after receiving a Lifesaver award from the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.

Murphy Wainer Athletic Trainer Honored at Pro

Football’s 101 Awards

By Deanna Thompson | Mar 23, 2020 Lindsey Braddock, a Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists employee who works off-site as the head athletic trainer at Page High School, received national and state recognition recently for helping save the life of Page football player Taevone Johnson. The 101 Awards, the nation’s longest-running awards program dedicated exclusively to the National Football League, honored Braddock at its 50th annual event on Feb. 29 in Kansas City, MO. During the awards ceremony, which is hosted by the Kansas City Chiefs, attendees heard the story of how Braddock and assistant coach Chuck Mardis used an automatic external defibrillator (AED) to save Taevone’s life when he collapsed during a football practice last fall. The 101 Awards went on to recognize the season’s top players and coaches, as selected by 101 members of the national media.
Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists logo
Orthopedic Care for: bone fractures joint injuries joint sprains torn ligaments rheumatoid arthritis muscle strains acute back pain neck pain sports injuries musculoskelatal trauma
Specializing in: orthopedic surgery total knee replacement total hip replacement total shoulder replacement minimally invasive surgery ACL reconstruction arthroscopy rotator cuff surgery non-surgical orthopedics spine & joint injections
Serving Patients in: Randolph County, Guilford County, Forsyth County, Davidson County, and areas of Rockingham County and Alamance County, Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Summerfield, Oak Ridge, Stokesdale, Colfax, Pleasant Garden, Reidsville, Browns Summit, Gibsonville, Whitsett, McLeansville,Julian, Jamestown and surrounding areas
Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists 1130 North Church Street Greensboro, NC 27401 Phone: 336.375.2300 Fax: 336.375.2314 mwo @ sosbonedocs.com
© Copyright Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists. All rights reserved. Web development by A Better Web, Inc. Privacy Notice | Notice of Non-Discrimination
Murphy Wainer athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock (left) is shown at the 101 Awards in Kansas City, MO, with Tamesha Logan and Marisa Brunett, representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, which nominated Braddock for recognition at the ev Lindsey Braddock (left) accepts a Lifesaver award from Jim Bazluki, president of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Each year, the University of Kansas Health System partners with the 101 Awards to provide recognition at the event for an outstanding high school athletic trainer who has performed an extraordinary act of service. Braddock was nominated for the 2020 honor by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and chosen from among a number of nominees across the country. The idea behind the recognition is to make the awards audience aware of the critical role that high school athletic trainers play in the safety of youth sports, said Charles Rozanski, vice president of orthopedics and sports medicine for the University of Kansas Health System. “What we want to do is get the people in the room to turn their heads and say, ‘Wow, I didn’t realize athletic trainers did that,’” Rozanski said. “We want the audience to examine who takes care of their kids or grandkids during athletic participation. Do they have the services of an athletic trainer to protect their health and welfare?” Braddock’s story, he said, was compelling and illustrated the lead role that athletic trainers often take in responding to emergency situations.
In addition to being recognized nationally at the 101 Awards, Braddock also received state recognition recently for her work to save Taevone’s life. The North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association presented Braddock with a 2020 NCATA Lifesaver award at that organization’s spring conference in Wilmington on March 7. Previously, Braddock was recognized in December 2019 by the Guilford County Board of Education for her lifesaving efforts. Braddock works at Page High School as part of Murphy Wainer’s outreach program, which provides certified athletic trainers to seven Guilford County high schools: Dudley, Northeast Guilford, Northern Guilford, Page, Smith, Southeast Guilford and Southern Guilford. The athletic trainers work on-site at these schools to prevent and treat athlete injuries – and deliver lifesaving care when needed.
Murphy Wainer athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock (left) is shown at the 101 Awards in Kansas City, MO, with Tamesha Logan and Marisa Brunett, representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, which nominated Braddock for recognition at the event.
Lindsey Braddock (left) accepts a Lifesaver award from Jim Bazluki, president of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association film an interview with Lindsey Braddock (in orange shirt, back to camera) about her efforts to save Taevone Johnson’s life. While in Kansas City for the 101 Awards, Lindsey Braddock meets with the head athletic trainer for the Kansas City Chiefs, Rick Burkholder.
Representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association film an interview with Lindsey Braddock (in orange shirt, back to camera) about her efforts to save Taevone Johnson’s life.
While in Kansas City for the 101 Awards, Lindsey Braddock meets with the head athletic trainer for the Kansas City Chiefs, Rick Burkholder.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with her parents, Eddie and Teresa Braddock, after receiving a Lifesaver award from the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Serving Patients in: Randolph County, Guilford County, Forsyth County, Davidson County, and areas of Rockingham County and Alamance County, Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Summerfield, Oak Ridge, Stokesdale, Colfax, Pleasant Garden, Reidsville, Browns Summit, Gibsonville, Whitsett, McLeansville,Julian, Jamestown and surrounding areas

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Trainer Honored at Pro

Football’s 101 Awards

By Deanna Thompson | Mar 23, 2020 Lindsey Braddock, a Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists employee who works off-site as the head athletic trainer at Page High School, received national and state recognition recently for helping save the life of Page football player Taevone Johnson. The 101 Awards, the nation’s longest-running awards program dedicated exclusively to the National Football League, honored Braddock at its 50th annual event on Feb. 29 in Kansas City, MO. During the awards ceremony, which is hosted by the Kansas City Chiefs, attendees heard the story of how Braddock and assistant coach Chuck Mardis used an automatic external defibrillator (AED) to save Taevone’s life when he collapsed during a football practice last fall. The 101 Awards went on to recognize the season’s top players and coaches, as selected by 101 members of the national media.
Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists 1130 North Church Street Greensboro, NC 27401 Phone: 336.375.2300 Fax: 336.375.2314 mwo @ sosbonedocs.com
Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists logo
Specializing in: orthopedic surgery total knee replacement total hip replacement total shoulder replacement minimally invasive surgery ACL reconstruction arthroscopy rotator cuff surgery non-surgical orthopedics spine & joint injections
Orthopedic Care for: bone fractures joint injuries joint sprains torn ligaments rheumatoid arthritis muscle strains acute back pain neck pain sports injuries musculoskelatal trauma
© Copyright Murphy Wainer Orthopedic Specialists. All rights reserved. Web development by A Better Web, Inc. Privacy Notice | Notice of Non-Discrimination
Murphy Wainer athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock (left) is shown at the 101 Awards in Kansas City, MO, with Tamesha Logan and Marisa Brunett, representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, which nominated Braddock for recognition at the ev Lindsey Braddock (left) accepts a Lifesaver award from Jim Bazluki, president of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Each year, the University of Kansas Health System partners with the 101 Awards to provide recognition at the event for an outstanding high school athletic trainer who has performed an extraordinary act of service. Braddock was nominated for the 2020 honor by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and chosen from among a number of nominees across the country. The idea behind the recognition is to make the awards audience aware of the critical role that high school athletic trainers play in the safety of youth sports, said Charles Rozanski, vice president of orthopedics and sports medicine for the University of Kansas Health System. “What we want to do is get the people in the room to turn their heads and say, ‘Wow, I didn’t realize athletic trainers did that,’” Rozanski said. “We want the audience to examine who takes care of their kids or grandkids during athletic participation. Do they have the services of an athletic trainer to protect their health and welfare?” Braddock’s story, he said, was compelling and illustrated the lead role that athletic trainers often take in responding to emergency situations.
In addition to being recognized nationally at the 101 Awards, Braddock also received state recognition recently for her work to save Taevone’s life. The North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association presented Braddock with a 2020 NCATA Lifesaver award at that organization’s spring conference in Wilmington on March 7. Previously, Braddock was recognized in December 2019 by the Guilford County Board of Education for her lifesaving efforts. Braddock works at Page High School as part of Murphy Wainer’s outreach program, which provides certified athletic trainers to seven Guilford County high schools: Dudley, Northeast Guilford, Northern Guilford, Page, Smith, Southeast Guilford and Southern Guilford. The athletic trainers work on-site at these schools to prevent and treat athlete injuries – and deliver lifesaving care when needed.
Murphy Wainer athletic trainer Lindsey Braddock (left) is shown at the 101 Awards in Kansas City, MO, with Tamesha Logan and Marisa Brunett, representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, which nominated Braddock for recognition at the event.
Lindsey Braddock (left) accepts a Lifesaver award from Jim Bazluki, president of the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association film an interview with Lindsey Braddock (in orange shirt, back to camera) about her efforts to save Taevone Johnson’s life. While in Kansas City for the 101 Awards, Lindsey Braddock meets with the head athletic trainer for the Kansas City Chiefs, Rick Burkholder.
Representatives of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association film an interview with Lindsey Braddock (in orange shirt, back to camera) about her efforts to save Taevone Johnson’s life.
While in Kansas City for the 101 Awards, Lindsey Braddock meets with the head athletic trainer for the Kansas City Chiefs, Rick Burkholder.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with Tyrann Mathieu, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, who was presented with the Chiefs’ Most Valuable Player Award at the 101 Awards.
Lindsey Braddock is shown with her parents, Eddie and Teresa Braddock, after receiving a Lifesaver award from the North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association.
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