A resource for physical therapists and other clinicians who deliver conservative (non-invasive/non-operative) care to patients with musculoskeletal disorders and who empower them to relieve, control and prevent pain and limitation. My goal is to provide the best content from today’s leaders in manual and mechanical care, ultimately to improve your patient care.
Episode 355 - Gary Scheffler and Lynn Grimm, part 1: The Non-Contact Injury
1:08:18In episode 355. We have Gary Scheffler a sports performance coach with his company Goata Locomotion Systems in New Orleans USA and Lynn Grimm a PT and diplomat in MDT. We’re continuing to talk about the non contact injury - the mechanism, risk factors, treatment and prevention. We look at some slow motion video and hear Gary’s opinion of what is important to note and what that means to him. That and much more. This week on MCF.
Episode 354 - Tim Hewett: The Non-Contact Injury
36:58In episode 354, the first episode of season 10 we’re joined by Dr. Tim Hewett a basic scientist, a researcher who’s spent 30 years looking at non-contact injuries. We talk about the mechanisms causing ACL tears, injury reduction programs, reconstruction - should it be done, if so which graft-type is best, and when to return to sport. All this and more - this week on MCF!
Episode 353 - Charlotte Krog, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Patient with Anxiety and Depression
26:30In episode 353, our last episode of season 9 was continuing our conversation with Charlotte Krog. We’re wrapping up our conversation about the value of a mechanical exam with patients with anxiety and depression. She shares another patient case, resources she’d recommend, and advice if you want to serve this group too. All that and more. This week on MCF!
Episode 352 - Charlotte Krog, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with patients with Anxiety and Depression
41:02In episode 352 of season 9, we’re joined by Charlotte Krog focusing on the value of a mechanical exam with a patient with anxiety and depression. Why she sought post-graduate education into positive psychology, what she’s learned and how it applies to assessing and treating patients with musculoskeletal conditions, her observations of keys to successfully working with this group, an actual patient example, and plenty more. This week on MCF!
Episode 351 - Greg Lynch and Josh Kidd, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Athlete
33:37In episode 351 of season 9, we continue our conversation with Mr. Greg Lynch and Dr. Josh Kidd. Both have been and continue to work with a wide range of athletes. They share more patient examples, some additional resources which they'd recommend, and keys to developing a successful portion of business with athletes. This week on MCF!
Episode 350 - Greg Lynch and Josh Kidd, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Athlete
33:16In episode 350 with Greg Lynch and Josh Kidd with our focus, consistent with this season’s theme, we’re talking about the value of a mechanical exam with the athlete. How they’re the same or different than the non athlete. How to address their specific common expectations and plenty more. This week on MCF!
Episode 349 - Kevin Jones, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Musculoskeletal Patient
39:45In episode 349 of season 9, we’re continuing our focus on the value of a mechanical exam within the musculoskeletal disorder patient with Mr. Kevin Jones. We hear a couple of familiar-sounding patients and how he believes they illustrate some of these principles, how to make inroads with bringing medical practitioners along to appreciate a mechanical-minded approach, and his thoughts on how he’d go about building relationships if he was starting from scratch. That and plenty more, this week on MCF!
Episode 348 - Kevin Jones, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Musculoskeletal Patient
38:00In episode 348 of season 9 we’re turn our focus on the value of a mechanical exam within the musculoskeletal disorder patient with Mr. Kevin Jones. We talk about his work within primary care setting as a musculoskeletal specialist triaging appropriate patients and how this brings so much efficiency and improvement in patient care. That and plenty more, this week on MCF!
Episode 347 - Joseph Ihm, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam within Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
40:35In episode 347 of season 9 we’re continuing our discussion with Dr. Joe Ihm, a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab. He shares a global initiative called exercise is medicine, his take on a multidiscipline team approach to care, distilling down what it means to educate patients properly from a mechanical angle and much more. This week on MCF!
Episode 346 - Joseph Ihm, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam within Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
31:04In episode 346 of season 9, we’re joined by Dr. Joe Ihm, a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab. He shares his take on the value of a mechanical exam within physical medicine and rehab, how he applies it, and shares mechanical pain principles to educate his patients, and much more. This week on MCF