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    Explore "Low Back Pain" with insightful episodes like "Flexion Tolerance with Ryan DeBell (S1E6)", "Untold Physio Stories (S7E4): The Hare Becomes the Tortoise", "Untold Physio Stories (S5E10): It’s All in Your Head", "Untold Physio Stories (S5E9): Seeing is Believing with Mitch Starkman" and "Untold Physio Stories (S4E1): Red Flags Part 2" from podcasts like ""Untold Physio Stories", "Untold Physio Stories", "Untold Physio Stories", "Untold Physio Stories" and "Untold Physio Stories"" and more!

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    Flexion Tolerance with Ryan DeBell (S1E6)

    Flexion Tolerance with Ryan DeBell (S1E6)

    In our sixth episode of Untold Physio Stories we have our first guest, Dr. Ryan DeBell of The Movement Fix .  In this episode Ryan shares the story of prescribing spinal flexion (rounding your back) to solve a case of back pain. header image credit Please subscribe and rate us on iTunes! Subscribe on Google Play Music Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by the EDGE Mobility System, featuring the EDGE Mobility Tool for IASTM, EDGE Mobility Bands, webinars, ebooks, Pain Science Education products and more! Check it out at edgemobilitysystem.com

    Untold Physio Stories (S7E4): The Hare Becomes the Tortoise

    Untold Physio Stories (S7E4): The Hare Becomes the Tortoise
    Have you ever had a patient that has always responded to treatment?  What happens when that same patient stops responding to treatment?  Listen in to Dr. E's story to find out. Please subscribe and rate us on iTunes! Subscribe on Google Play Music

    Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by the EDGE Mobility System, featuring the EDGE Mobility Tool for IASTM, EDGE Mobility Bands, webinars, ebooks, Pain Science Education products and more! Check it out at edgemobilitysystem.com .  Be sure to also connect with Dr. Erson Religioso at Modern Manual Therapy and Jason Shane at Shane Physiotherapy.

    Untold Physio Stories (S5E10): It’s All in Your Head

    Untold Physio Stories (S5E10): It’s All in Your Head
    Could back pain be "all in one's head." The patient in this week's episode had persistent back pain for 4 years that resolved in 6 weeks. Listen in to find out how. Also, this is Jason Shane, one of the co-hosts of this podcast first solo episode. Please subscribe and rate us on iTunes! Subscribe on Google Play Music Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by the EDGE Mobility System, featuring the EDGE Mobility Tool for IASTM, EDGE Mobility Bands, webinars, ebooks, Pain Science Education products and more! Check it out at edgemobilitysystem.com .  Be sure to also connect with Dr. Erson Religioso at Modern Manual Therapy and Jason Shane at Shane Physiotherapy.

    Untold Physio Stories (S5E9): Seeing is Believing with Mitch Starkman

    Untold Physio Stories (S5E9): Seeing is Believing with Mitch Starkman
      A teenager has just missed two weeks of school due to Lower Back Pain. Listen in to find out the VERY surprising reason why! To find out more about this week's guest, Mitch Starkman, visit www.themovementcentre.ca Please subscribe and rate us on iTunes! Subscribe on Google Play Music Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by the EDGE Mobility System, featuring the EDGE Mobility Tool for IASTM, EDGE Mobility Bands, webinars, ebooks, Pain Science Education products and more! Check it out at edgemobilitysystem.com .  Be sure to also connect with Dr. Erson Religioso at Modern Manual Therapy and Jason Shane at Shane Physiotherapy.

    Untold Physio Stories (S4E1): Red Flags Part 2

    Untold Physio Stories (S4E1): Red Flags Part 2
    Co-host Dr. Erson Religioso shares a story that has taken him a year to be able to share.  What happens when there are no red flags, the patient responds to treatment, but...listen to find out more. Check out one of most popular podcasts, Red Flags Part 1 and Sian Smale's Review of Red Flags on Modern Manual Therapy Blog.   Please subscribe and rate us on iTunes! Subscribe on Google Play Music Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by the EDGE Mobility System, featuring the EDGE Mobility Tool for IASTM, EDGE Mobility Bands, webinars, ebooks, Pain Science Education products and more! Check it out at edgemobilitysystem.com .  Be sure to also connect with Dr. Erson Religioso at Modern Manual Therapy and Jason Shane at Shane Physiotherapy.

    Untold Physio Stories (S2E5) – Here Are Your Options with Gene Shirokobrod

    Untold Physio Stories (S2E5) – Here Are Your Options with Gene Shirokobrod
    A patient is presented with two options, an more aggressive approach that may flare them up but have faster results or, less aggressive and take longer.  The patient choose the "faster" approach...listen in to find out what happens.  Thanks to Gene Shirokobrod for returning for a follow up episode. To find about more about Gene follow him on Updoc Media and his podcast Therapy Insiders. Please subscribe and rate us on iTunes! Subscribe on Google Play Music Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by the EDGE Mobility System, featuring the EDGE Mobility Tool for IASTM, EDGE Mobility Bands, webinars, ebooks, Pain Science Education products and more! Check it out at edgemobilitysystem.com .  Be sure to also connect with Dr. Erson Religioso at Modern Manual Therapy and Jason Shane at Shane Physiotherapy.

    #685: Dr. Shirley Sahrmann — A Legendary PT Does a Deep Dive on Tim's Low-Back Issues, Teaches How to Unlearn Painful Patterns, Talks About Movement as Medicine (or Poison), and More

    #685: Dr. Shirley Sahrmann — A Legendary PT Does a Deep Dive on Tim's Low-Back Issues, Teaches How to Unlearn Painful Patterns, Talks About Movement as Medicine (or Poison), and More

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    Resources from this episode: https://tim.blog/2023/08/04/dr-shirley-sahrmann/

    Shirley A. Sahrmann, PT, PhD, is Professor Emerita of Physical Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. She received her bachelor’s degree in physical therapy and her masters and doctorate degrees in neurobiology from Washington University, where she joined the physical therapy faculty and became the first director of their PhD program in movement science.

    Shirley became a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association in 1986 and in 1998 was selected to receive the Mary McMillan Award, the Association’s highest honor. She is a recipient of the Association’s Marion Williams Research Award, the Lucy Blair Service Award, the Kendall Practice Award, and the Inaugural John H.P. Maley Lecturer Award.  

    She has also received Washington University's Distinguished Faculty Award, the Distinguished Alumni Award, the School of Medicine’s Inaugural Distinguished Clinician Award, and an honorary doctorate from the University of Indianapolis. She has also received the Bowling-Erhard Orthopedic Clinical Practice Award from the Orthopaedic Academy of the APTA. She has served on the APTA Board of Directors and as president of the Missouri Chapter.

    Her first book, Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes, has been translated into seven languages. Her second book, Movement System Impairment Syndromes of the Extremities, Cervical and Thoracic Spines, has been equally influential in promoting movement diagnoses.

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    [07:12] A brief terminology primer.

    [13:00] Why Shirley's first book is so influential among physical therapists.

    [15:54] The correlation between lifestyle and health hasn't always been obvious.

    [18:16] Low back pain: not a diagnosis, but a symptom.

    [20:41] The trouble with overdeveloped abdominals.

    [22:32] What's my problem?

    [30:14] The Movement Systems Syndromes (MSS) approach.

    [31:29] The wrong walk home.

    [33:01] Correcting bad habits.

    [35:00] Psoas it goes.

    [37:03] Other commonly repeating culprits.

    [40:36] Pump handle and bucket handle.

    [43:41] The body follows the path of least resistance.

    [48:00] Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)

    [49:20] How Shirley examines a new patient.

    [55:11] Assessing athletes vs. non-athletes.

    [56:18] Dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS)

    [57:49] Collapso-smasho and squeezo-smasho.

    [59:10] Correcting low shoulders.

    [1:05:26] Stretching: yes or no?

    [1:09:56] Addressing my abdominal stiffness.

    [1:16:28] When the spine doesn't want to go along for the ride.

    [1:18:38] How has Shirley made it to 86 with her physical and mental health intact?

    [1:34:32] What men should know about femoral retroversion.

    [1:38:44] If it walks like a duck...

    [1:41:11] Managing symptoms of Scheuermann's disease.

    [1:42:49] Parting thoughts.

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    Low Back Pain In The Gymnast

    Low Back Pain In The Gymnast

    This week's mini-podcast episode is a sneak peek of one of last year's Shift Symposium guest lectures, Low Back Pain In The Gymnasts.

    Presented by Dr Ellen Casey who is the Sports Medicine Physician for the US Gymnastic Women’s Senior National Team.

    If you want to hear the rest of this lecture you can access it on the Shift website:

    https://shiftmovementscience.com/2022shiftsymposium/

    The 2023 Shift Symposium runs from Friday, June 23rd - Sunday, June 25th, where you can learn everything you need to know about Gymnastics Medical Care, Gymnastics Coaching, and Gymnastic Strength and Conditioning.

    The lineup of 30 speakers is ridiculous, giving incredible lectures over three days, so don’t miss out!

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    https://shiftmovementscience.com/2023shiftsymposium/

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    17 Wie geht Biofeedback? Ulrich Bauer-Staeb 1/2

    17 Wie geht Biofeedback? Ulrich Bauer-Staeb 1/2
    Ob Spannungskopfschmerz, Stressbewältigung, Inkontinenz oder Zähnepressen: Biofeedback ist eine effektive Standardmethode der Verhaltensmedizin, aber dennoch kaum bekannt. Das soll nicht so bleiben und darum habe ich den Biofeedbackexperten Ulrich Bauer-Staeb in den Podcast eingeladen. Seit fast drei Jahrzehnten sammelt er Erfahrung und Wissen zu dieser Therapieform, die bei korrekter Anwendung keine Nebenwirkungen hat. Ein technisches Biofeedbackgerät gibt wie ein zusätzliches Sinnesorgan eine Rückmeldung über einen Körpervorgang und so kann der Anwender lernen, unbewusste Körpervorgänge zu beeinflussen. Wie das funktioniert, wann die Zusammenarbeit mit einem Biofeedbacktherapeuten sinnvoll ist und warum Biofeedback zurecht die Selbstwirksamkeitserwartung von Patienten erhöht, um dieses und weiteres Basiswissen geht es in Teil 1 des Interviews. Nächste Woche erscheint Teil 2, der sich vor allem mit Biofeedback gegen Zähnepressen und Nackenschmerzen beschäftigt. „Nicht umsonst: Die deutsche Kopfschmerzgesellschaft bezeichnet Biofeedback tatsächlich als die effektivste nicht-medikamentöse Therapieform bei Migräne.“ – Ulrich Bauer-Staeb Websites über Biofeedback und von Ulrich Bauer-Staeb Alle Infos unter https://ichstark.com/expain Timestamps 00:00:56 Disclaimer: „Werbung“ und Haftungsausschluss 00:01:53 Wie Ulrich Bauer-Staeb zum Biofeedback kam 00:05:36 Biofeedback: Standardmethode der Verhaltensmedizin und doch eher unbekannt 00:08:05 Biofeedback als technische Lösung und Biofeedback als Therapieform 00:10:54 Beispiel Migränepatienten: Lernen, die Temporalisarterie gezielt zu verengen und der Migräne zuvorzukommen (Vasokonstriktion) 00:17:45 Hat Biofeedback Nebenwirkungen? 00:18:11 Selbstbefähigung und Selbstwirksamkeitserwartung 00:23:35 Die Rolle des Biofeedbacktherapeuten bei der Biofeedbacktherapie 00:29:18 Anwendungsgebiete von Biofeedback: Stressbewältigung, Stressschwelle beeinflussen, Spannungskopfschmerz, Migräne, Muskelschmerzen, Nackenschmerzen, Low Back Pain, muskuläre Kieferschmerzen, Inkontinenz, Bruxismus 00:37:15 Hörerfrage: Biofeedback gegen Spannungskopfschmerz bei Schulangst? 00:45:53 Nächste Woche: Teil 2 des Interviews mit Schwerpunkt Biofeedback gegen Zähnepressen und Nackenschmerzen Websites über Biofeedback und von Ulrich Bauer-Staeb Alle Infos unter https://ichstark.com/expain Angebote von Christian Koch Bücher vieler Interviewgäste im Shop: https://ichstark.com/shop Onlineseminare Bruxismus/ Schlaf, Stressmanagementkurs mit Krankenkassenzuschuss: https://ichstark.com/kurse Bruxismusblog: https://schluss-mit-zaehneknirschen.de/ Paarberatung in Rosenheim: https://paarberatung-rosenheim.de/ Schlafberatung: https://www.ichstark.com/schlafberatung Texter B2B: https://texter-psychologie-und-gesundheit.de/ ichStark im Web und in Social Media Website: https://ichstark.com/ Insta: ichstark.podcast Facebook: ichstark.podcast YouTube: https://ichstark.com/youtube Transparenzhinweise und Rechtliches Werbung: Ich habe ein kostenloses EXPAIN change Testprodukt von Ulrich Bauer-Staeb erhalten. Das könnte meine Meinung beeinflussen. Ich bin keine Verpflichtungen hinsichtlich meiner Berichterstattung eingegangen und bin in meiner Meinungsäußerung frei. Datenschutzerklärung: https://ichstark.com/datenschutzerklaerung/ Impressum: https://ichstark.com/impressum/

    Healthcare DisruPTion 10: Diving into Low Back Pain and Physical Therapy

    Healthcare DisruPTion 10: Diving into Low Back Pain and Physical Therapy

    Welcome to Episode 10!   

    We've hit double digits

    Welcome back to Andrew!  Today’s episode is a deeper dive into the Richard Zhao interview from Episode 8, Physical Therapist as the entry point for all Low Back Pain in America.  Andrew and I talk the research, the mindset and the plan that needs to be put into place from the clinical side to make this happen.  YES, I said research!  This episode references more research and data than any episode to date.  The beauty is ALL the research is in place to make this happen, NOW its about action!  Take a listen and shoot us your thoughts and ideas on how to make this work.  Follow Richard on twitter @RichardZhao, Jerry @jerry_durhamPT and Andrew @ARothschildPT to continue the conversation. Also head over to Jerry's new website, jerrydurhamPT.com and sign up to be in the know about future events and to stay in the conversation. (show note correction, Jerry references David Porter, its Michael Porter the economist.)