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Best Sportsmedicine podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Sportsmedicine podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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You’re listening to the “Restoring Human Movement” Podcast, where movement experts discuss the latest evidenced-based practices to help you and your clients move with mastery. In this podcast, we interview other movement professionals from a variety of disciplines (medical doctor, sports chiropractor, personal trainer, strength coach, physical therapist, athletic trainer, etc) about how they treat and prevent aches/ pains in their client population. Some experts we've had on the show are: - ...
 
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Guido Van Ryssegem has been on the podcast before (#122) where we discussed his Attractor State concept with Movement Variability. Today I wanted to have him on air to demonstrate how we can apply his Attractor State principles (influenced by Janda) in athletes with shoulder pain. You can find Guido's work here http://www.kineticintegrations.com/ I…
 
In this podcast session, I'll be covering some of the evolutions I'll be adding to my practice this coming year. I don't expect all of them to work as planned, but I'm willing to give them a shot. I share these thoughts to give you all something to think about as you build your practice to help more people towards independence. Here are some of the…
 
I've had a few patients over the last year I wish I had made this for as they were starting care. The reason being is that being afraid of certain movements (knowingly or not) can create certain types of pain. Establishing a clear line of communication is helpful to get these patients to their goals. Communication is needed with all relationships b…
 
PART 2: Grant Elliot from @rehabfix on Instagram was on the show this week. Although we did not have an exact adjacent, in our monthly conversation we tend to chat about social media for chiropractors, business practices, treatment and communication with social media followers. This conversation was no different, between the ebb and flow of BSing w…
 
Grant Elliot from @rehabfix on Instagram was on the show this week. Although we did not have an exact adjacent, in our monthly conversation we tend to chat about social media for chiropractors, business practices, treatment and communication with social media followers. This conversation was no different, between the ebb and flow of BSing we hit on…
 
Sara Van Dyke is a new Chiropractic school graduate. She interned within my office for 6-7 months. I wanted to have a meeting with her to brainstorm some ideas of what she could be doing at this time to start her practice. Hopefully this helps you in remembering how it was to exit school or assists you in getting your practice going. We cover insur…
 
Be aware this episode is not a useful one for lay public. For clinicians, it will be gold. Sam Collins from HJ Ross Billing and Coding shares many helpful tips about modern health insurance billing/ coding for chiropractors. I went to his in-person workshop a few months ago and was blown away by how much useful information I didn't know about insur…
 
Be aware this episode is not a useful one for lay public. For clinicians, it will be gold. Sam Collins from HJ Ross Billing and Coding shares many helpful tips about modern health insurance billing/ coding for chiropractors. I went to his in-person workshop a few months ago and was blown away by how much useful information I didn't know about insur…
 
One method I use to make more personal touchpoints with possible new patients (people on the fence) are free audios about the problems they mention on the phone or email. These audios cover many of the common questions people have before they book the first exam. Basically they want to know if I can help and how what I am doing for them is differen…
 
Discogenic Low Back Pain Case Study Recently my girlfriend had a spurt of lower back pain that forced her to miss work for a whole week. She could not get off the ground for 2 day straight. Lucky for you, she was willing to share the whole experience on the show. Here's the link for the whole examination/ treatment video that Ben Ramos did with All…
 
In teaching motion, with and without weights, there are clues to see if the lifter's tension is being lost or not. Tension is what protects our body from harm during lifts and loads of the outside world. Squatting, Deadlifting, Pressing and much more require tension to move the weight and provide a safeguard against aches and pain. Tension needs to…
 
December is the month of giving, in this podcast episode I put together my clinical pearls of shoulder evaluation from the clinicians. I've been blessed to have some great mentors in showing me how to test shoulders using the standard orthopedic and ROM testing, yet adding a dynamic aspect to the exam to see beyond reasonable doubt if this person w…
 
December is the month of giving, in this podcast episode I put together my clinical pearls of hip evaluation. I've been blessed to have some great mentors in showing me how to work with hip/ groin pain efficiently, without the use of much manual therapy. Allow me to give back. This should work in most cases of: Hip Impingement (FAI) "Sports Hernias…
 
Recently I asked if some student listeners would be willing to share their experiences of how they use the information they learn on this podcast within their schooling. I posted the request on Instagram and had a flood of people ask to be on the show to share. So, I thought it would be interesting to spend some time over a few months on learning w…
 
Part 2 of 2: Doctor/ Patient communication builds often times builds trust. Building patient trust improves doctor's ability to successfully guide that person through a recovery process. I interview an anonymous guest today (Alec), who has listened to the podcast for years and has some experience in effective communication in his line of work. Take…
 
Part 1 of 2: Doctor/ Patient communication builds often times builds trust. Building patient trust improves doctor's ability to successfully guide that person through a recovery process. I interview an anonymous guest today (Alec), who has listened to the podcast for years and has some experience in effective communication in his line of work. Take…
 
Recently I asked my listeners about what they would like to see more of in this show in the coming year. A popular suggestion was MORE CASE STUDIES. You asked and I will provide. This case study is of a person who came into my office with on-going piriformis region burning/ ache that increased with turning, sitting, running and squatting. She had a…
 
Recently I asked if some student listeners would be willing to share their experiences of how they use the information they learn on this podcast within their schooling. I posted the request on Instagram and had a flood of people ask to be on the show to share. So, I thought it would be interesting to spend some time over a few months on learning w…
 
Jesse Macedo, Strength Coach, leads the conversation today about his interaction with clients in the weight room about injuries, boo-boos and guidance of who they should be seeing and when. Allow this interview to be your "fly on the wall" experience of how your fitness trainer referrals may be occurring. If you are interested in the meet up we spo…
 
Recently I've been challenged to better organize my thought about how to rehab and treat the people who come into my office. It's been hard... I mean really hard BUT I think I have something that is both patient and clinician friendly. Box 1: First Aid Box 2: Corrective Exercise / Instagram Stuff Box 3: Resistance Training / Bro-sesh Box 4: Return …
 
Recently I asked my listeners about what they would like to see more of in this show in the coming year. A popular suggestion was MORE CASE STUDIES. You asked and I will provide. This case study is of a person who came into my office with on-going "hip flexor tightness" and "sit bone pain." She had already been treated with a battery of soft tissue…
 
Recently I asked if some student listeners would be willing to share their experiences of how they use the information they learn on this podcast within their schooling. I posted the request on Instagram and had a flood of people ask to be on the show to share. So, I thought it would be interesting to spend some time over a few months on learning w…
 
Donald Murphy, author of Clinical Reasoning In Spine Pain, was the guest today. We cover how he was able to successfully integrate high quality spine care into a hospital setting and his mission to develop an army of high quality professional called the Primary Spine Practitioner (PSP). Check out the PSP Program at the University of Pittsburgh here…
 
As I work with more low back, hip and shoulder/ neck patients and refine by communication skills, I am finding I am getting some really great questions/ concerns as they recover. This podcast episode is lay public friendly. I cover questions you may have as your back, hip or neck starts to feel better. - Is lumbar spine flexion the devil? - Can I r…
 
Recently I asked if some student listeners would be willing to share their experiences of how they use the information they learn on this podcast within their schooling. I posted the request on Instagram and had a flood of people ask to be on the show to share. So, I thought it would be interesting to spend some time over a few months on learning w…
 
Caleb Burgess DPT is my guest today and the conversation is amazing. If you're a physical therapist, chiropractor or personal trainer, you're going to love this interview. In this podcast you're going to learn how to communicate more effectively with your clients, which eventually leads to better outcome! Caleb has mastered the art of making compli…
 
Jeff Langmaid, the created of The Evidence Based Chiropractor, was on the show today. Think of this episode as a human interest story with some intense moments about how to build a practice, barriers you'll hit, challenges you'll face and some tools to overcome them. Jeff hosts The Evidence Based Chiropractor Podcast Here is the link we mention for…
 
At my office I teach my interns how to play the "ring ring" game. In a nutshell, as chiropractors and physical therapists, we often times we get phone calls from possible new patients asking questions: How much for a quick adjustment? Do you take my insurance? Do you do XYZ soft tissue work? These patients are really wanting one thing... to feel be…
 
Recently I asked if some student listeners would be willing to share their experiences of how they use the information they learn on this podcast within their schooling. I posted the request on Instagram and had a flood of people ask to be on the show to share. So, I thought it would be interesting to spend some time over a few months on learning w…
 
David Hanscom is a retired orthopedic surgeon, who interestingly decided to stop practicing because he no longer agreed that doing spinal surgery was needed with many patients. Interesting right?! He decided to go full time with a more conservative approach in promoting his book about high quality patient education about chronic pain. The book cove…
 
I was introduced to Dennis Dunphy through a past guest Jesse Macado. Dennis Dunphy is a co-creator of Stick Mobility. After looking into what the whole practice of Stick Mobility was all about, I decided to have him on. The application of developing tension (or as he said irradiation) through positions and movements was apparent in his method and c…
 
Cody Dimak is one of the presenters on the PRO Chiropractic Online CE Series. He is a chiropractor in Dallas, TX. In this podcast we covered how to get back to the gym after having a back injury. Squats, no problem. Deadlifting, that's the goal! Many people become afraid of taking control of their health and fitness after sustaining a back injury. …
 
Greg Lehman is one of the presenters on the PRO Chiropractic Online CE Series. I was fortunate to have flagged him down from his busy lecturing schedule to get this hour of conversation about Pain Science in! Greg is a chiropractor based out of Canada. Some of the fine points we go into are: - building your cup - fear avoidance behavior - the pain …
 
SHOW NOTES Recently I asked if some student listeners would be willing to share their experiences of how they use the information they learn on this podcast within their schooling. I posted the request on Instagram and had a flood of people ask to be on the show to share. So, I thought it would be interesting to spend some time over a few months on…
 
James Valcarcel is one of the presenters on the PRO Chiropractic Online CE Series. James covers nutritional considerations with low back pain and recovery from low back, or the inflammatory process involved. Without resolving the inflammatory process, we would be fighting a fire that keeps feeding itself wood. Within the course onPRO Chiropractic O…
 
Phillip Snell is one of the presenters on the PRO Chiropractic Online CE Series. He is a chiropractor in Portland, OR. Within the Online Chiropractic Continuing Education Hours Course Phillip Snell covers: HOUR 9 (CE hrs 1): Overview of genetics and epigenetics. Inflammatory drivers of epigenetics. Laboratory testing for inflammation. HOUR 10 (CE h…
 
Ben Ramos is one of the presenters on the PRO Chiropractic Online CE Series. He is a chiropractor in San Diego, CA Within the Online Chiropractic Continuing Education Hours Course Ben Ramos covers: HOUR 11 (CE hrs 1): Malpractice case presentations (reviewing litigation, discussion of what the doctor could have done better, professional boundaries)…
 
I thought now would be a great time to finally interview one of my old interns, Dr. Jermey Dinkin DC. Now practicing in New Jersey, Jermey is one of my "go to" suggestions when people ask for help on the northern east coast. Jermey graduated SCUHS chiropractic college in Fall 2018. While attended internship at my clinic, he became a (dare I say it)…
 
I recently hit a small road block in creation of my workshop (Off-loading MSK Pathology) and had to reach out to some friends for ideas. My intention of the workshop is to improve the state of care in the chiropractic profession. I've really been challenged over the last year to explain things in a clear way to other sports medicine clinicians so t…
 
Recently I was asked to record the first hour of Theory of the Off-loading Chiropractic continuing education workshop that will be located in Huntington Beach CA on June 8-9th 2019. HERE IS THE POWERPOINT Here is the rough outline of the course that I send to people interested in coming! SHOW NOTES Off-Loading MSK & Neuro Pathology How to Effective…
 
Recently I asked if some student listeners would be willing to share their experiences of how they use the information they learn on this podcast within their schooling. I posted the request on Instagram and had a flood of people ask to be on the show to share. So, I thought it would be interesting to spend some time over a few months on learning w…
 
Olivia's Blog Post on the 5 stages Olivia reached out to me on Instagram and said.... "Hey man, you should get some podcasts about some labrums of the shoulder." She was right, I didn't have anything so I asked Olivia Petras from Canada to come on to give me her story of success following a traumatic shoulder labrum injury and surgery to follow. En…
 
I had a friend come stay with me for a few days for an low back evaluation and stay in treatment for her on-going low back pain. In this show, I cover the whole story and the things I learned in the process. I recorded part of her examination that day that will appear on Youtube as well. Subscribe to my channel to see it when it comes live. SHOW NO…
 
I've done some podcasting and writing on the topic of sports hernias in the past but I feel the need to update the information I've released. Over the past few years I've learned more about sports hernias and my success rate for groin pain has really skyrocketed. Allow me to share what I thought to be true about sports hernia (and other types of gr…
 
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