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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 todays leaders in manual and mechanical care, ultimately to improve your patient care.

Episódios

  • Episode 347 - Joseph Ihm, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam within Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    Episode 347 - Joseph Ihm, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam within Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    03/05/2021 Duração: 40min

    In 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

    Episode 346 - Joseph Ihm, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam within Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

    26/04/2021 Duração: 31min

    In 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

  • Episode 345 - Bridget Sholljegerdes, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with Dizziness and Balance Patients

    Episode 345 - Bridget Sholljegerdes, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with Dizziness and Balance Patients

    19/04/2021 Duração: 29min

    In episode 345 of season 9 we’re continuing our conversation on the value of a mechanical exam with dizziness and balance patients with Ms. Bridget Sholljegerdes. She shares a couple of patient examples, more insights on effectively assessing and treating these patients, and gives advice as to how she’d suggest someone like you do the same. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 344 - Bridget Sholljegerdes, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Dizziness and Balance Patients

    Episode 344 - Bridget Sholljegerdes, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Dizziness and Balance Patients

    12/04/2021 Duração: 36min

    In episode 344 of season 9, we’re shifting our conversation once again this season to dizziness and balance with Ms. Bridget Sholljegerdes. She shares how she found herself working with this patient population, the primary mechanisms she understands these symptoms to be coming from, some patterns of what effectively resolves these symptoms, and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 343 - Hugh Murray, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with Functional Capacity Evaluations and Pre-placement Screenings

    Episode 343 - Hugh Murray, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with Functional Capacity Evaluations and Pre-placement Screenings

    05/04/2021 Duração: 34min

    In episode 343 of season 9 we’re continuing our conversation with Hugh Murray on the topic of the value of a mechanical exam with functional capacity exams and pre-placement screenings. He shares more on how he conducts them and gives advice as to how he’d suggest you do the same. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 342 - Hugh Murray, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with FCEs and Pre-placement Screenings

    Episode 342 - Hugh Murray, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with FCEs and Pre-placement Screenings

    29/03/2021 Duração: 40min

    In episode 342 of Season 9, we’re talking with Hugh Murray about the value of a mechanical exam with functional capacity exams and pre-placement screenings. He shares how he conducts them, where these patients come from, and how we can effectively provide this service with added value because of his mechanical training. This week on MCF

  • Episode 341 - Melissa Watson and Allison Wickes, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Neurological Patient

    Episode 341 - Melissa Watson and Allison Wickes, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Neurological Patient

    22/03/2021 Duração: 44min

    In episode 341 of season 9 we conclude our conversation with Melissa Watson and Allison Wickes, two therapists who appreciate the value of a mechanical exam with the neurological patient. They share another patient case, what tools they use and some patterns they’ve seen as successful with this population of patients. This and plenty more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 340 - Melissa Watson and Allison Wickes, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Neurological Patient

    Episode 340 - Melissa Watson and Allison Wickes, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Neurological Patient

    15/03/2021 Duração: 29min

    In episode 340 of Season 9, I’m joined by Melissa Watson and Allison Wickes. Melissa is a physical therapist in a day rehab setting and Alli is an occupational therapist in inpatient care and both are working regularly with patients with neurological conditions. They share principles they’re using with the neuro patient, keys for success, a patient case and lots more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 339 - Steven Heffner, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Injured Worker

    Episode 339 - Steven Heffner, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Injured Worker

    08/03/2021 Duração: 29min

    In episode 339 of Season 9, we’re completing our conversation on the value of a mechanical exam with the injured worker with Dr. Steve Heffner. He shares more on his observations over multiple decades working with this group of patients on what creates effective care, speaking to Human Resources or safety directors on how we can help, and more. This week on MCF

  • Episode 338 - Steven Heffner, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Injured Worker

    Episode 338 - Steven Heffner, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam with the Injured Worker

    01/03/2021 Duração: 36min

    In episode 338 of season 9, I’m joined by Steven Heffner - he’s a chiropractor and diplomat in MDT who’s worked within an occupational medicine program with injured workers. We talk about the Value of a Mechanical exam with the injured worker - how he found himself working with this group of patients, the keys to being effective, special considerations that may differ from the standard patient, and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 337 - Meridith Geer, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Womens Health

    Episode 337 - Meridith Geer, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Women's Health

    22/02/2021 Duração: 23min

    In episode 337 of season 9, we continue our conversation with Meridith Geer, a clinician working within a military base but with a specific interest and niche practice in women’s health. She shares more about the value of a mechanical exam in women’s health including a developing study she’s collecting data for, who she receives referrals from, tips related to effectively assessing, and more. This week on MCF

  • Episode 336 - Meridith Geer, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Womens Health

    Episode 336 - Meridith Geer, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Women's Health

    15/02/2021 Duração: 21min

    In episode 336 of season 9 I’m joined by Meridith Geer - she’s a diplomat in MDT working within the US military and she’s developed a focus on women’s health. We talk about the Value of a Mechanical exam within women’s health. She shares her professional journey, how she found herself headed in this direction, how her mechanical training has influenced her examination and treatment of this patient population and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 335 - Dave Pleva, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Ergonomics

    Episode 335 - Dave Pleva, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Ergonomics

    08/02/2021 Duração: 30min

    In episode 335 of season nine we continue our conversation with Mr. David pleaser, an instructor for the McKenzie Institute USA and a clinician who’s had the opportunity to educate and treat related to ergonomics. We continue talking about the value of a mechanical exam in ergonomics specifically in the dental industry but also apply to any other. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 334 - Dave Pleva, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Ergonomics

    Episode 334 - Dave Pleva, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Ergonomics

    01/02/2021 Duração: 26min

    In episode 334 of season 9 we’re joined by Mr. Dave Pleva of Addison, Illinois USA. He’s a diplomat in MDT, a clinical instructor for the McKenzie Institute USA, a physical therapist in an outpatient private practice with a specific interest and experience in ergonomic, specifically with the dental industry. We talk about his work with this group and about ergonomics in general. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 333 - Dr Vikas Agarwal, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Primary Care

    Episode 333 - Dr Vikas Agarwal, part 2: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Primary Care

    25/01/2021 Duração: 55min

    In episode 333 our second episode of season 9 we continue our conversation with Dr Vikas Agarwal. He’s a board-certified internal medicine physician at St. Joseph medical center outside of Kansas City Missouri USA. He shares more on how he has integrated MDT into his medical training and practice. We also talk about two papers he’s published and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 332 - Dr Vikas Agarwal, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Primary Care

    Episode 332 - Dr Vikas Agarwal, part 1: The Value of a Mechanical Exam in Primary Care

    18/01/2021 Duração: 37min

    In episode 332 our first episode of season 9 I’m joined but Dr Vikas Agarwal. He’s a board certified internal medicine physician at St. Joseph medical center outside of Kansas City, Missouri USA. He shares a bit about his practice, his philosophy of care, how he uses a mechanical exam in his practice and more. This week on MCF

  • Episode 331 - Stanley Paris, part 2: Worth Doing Well

    Episode 331 - Stanley Paris, part 2: Worth Doing Well

    30/11/2020 Duração: 33min

    In episode 331 of Season 8 we’re continuing our conversation with Dr. Stanley Paris. He continues sharing his thoughts on his assessment and treatment method he developed over many past decades, professionalism and how that impacts the public’s perception of us, how we advance os a profession and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 330 - Stanley Paris, part 1: An Eclectic Approach

    Episode 330 - Stanley Paris, part 1: An Eclectic Approach

    23/11/2020 Duração: 32min

    In episode 330 of season 8 I’m joined today but Dr. Stanley Paris. He talks about his professional journey, what he learned from his his mentors and teachers, a bit of history lesson on physical therapy and manual care, our challenges as a profession, and his approach including how it was developed and how he describes it. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 329 - Dr John Krauss, part 2: Enhancing the Human Movement Experience

    Episode 329 - Dr John Krauss, part 2: Enhancing the Human Movement Experience

    16/11/2020 Duração: 33min

    In episode 329 of season 8 of MCF we’ve got part 2 of my conversation with Dr. John Krauss with the Kaltenborn-Evjenth Orthopedic Manual Therapy approach. We talk more about the approach - what it is, its key principles and the misconceptions too. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 328 - Dr John Krauss, part 1: A Wide Scope

    Episode 328 - Dr John Krauss, part 1: A Wide Scope

    09/11/2020 Duração: 33min

    In episode 328 of season 8 we’re joined by Dr. John Krauss. He’s the program director at Oakland University in Michigan in the US and an instructor for the Kaltenborn-Evyjnth orthopedic manual therapy approach. We talk about his professional journey and what attracted him to pursue the Kaltenborn-Evjynth approach. We hear him walk us through a hypothetical patient from the perspective of his approach and much more. This week on MCF!

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