Podcast - Resources

Synopsis

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.

Episodes

  • Episode 312 - David Vandeput, part 2: One Doesnt Fit All

    Episode 312 - David Vandeput, part 2: One Doesn't Fit All

    22/06/2020 Duration: 38min

    In episode 312 we conclude our conversation with Mr. David Vandeput.  He shares his thoughts on the problems of describing patient’s conditions with anatomical terms, what constitutes a chronic pain patient, clinical guidelines and more.  This week on MCF!

  • Episode 311 - David Vandeput, part 1: Starting Somewhere

    Episode 311 - David Vandeput, part 1: Starting Somewhere

    15/06/2020 Duration: 35min

    In episode 311 of Season 7, I'm joined by Mr. David Vandeput, a physio from Belgium. He's an instructor for the McKenzie Institute, a private practice owner, and contributes to a clinical guidelines panel for low back pain. He shares his professional journey, his views on patient education, and his particular interest in reassurance and motivational interviewing. All that and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 310 - Professor Jill Cook, update: The Tendon The Link Between Pain and Function

    Episode 310 - Professor Jill Cook, update: The Tendon; The Link Between Pain and Function

    08/06/2020 Duration: 32min
  • Episode 309 - Professor Jill Cook, part 2: The Tendon Caring for the Person in Front of Us

    Episode 309 - Professor Jill Cook, part 2: The Tendon; Caring for the Person in Front of Us

    01/06/2020 Duration: 32min

    In episode 309 of season 7 I’m re-airing episode 135. It’s part 2 of my interview with Dr. Jill Cook. We continue our conversation on her specialization, tendons. We talk about optimal loading, the low down on eccentrics and even some resources to learn more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 308 - Professor Jill Cook , part 1 (re-airing): The Tendon A Spectrum of Pathology

    Episode 308 - Professor Jill Cook , part 1 (re-airing): The Tendon; A Spectrum of Pathology

    25/05/2020 Duration: 31min

    In episode 308 of season 7 we’re re-airing episode 134 with Professor Jill Cook of Melbourne, Australia. The topic, to no surprise, is tendons. We hear her professional journey, her continuum model, characteristic presentation and best care related to this popular topic. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 307 - Chris Anderson, part 2: Teaching  Learning

    Episode 307 - Chris Anderson, part 2: Teaching & Learning

    18/05/2020 Duration: 25min

    In Episode 307 of season 7 we conclude our conversation with Ms. Chris Anderson. She continues sharing her experience with leading her peers to delivering better care, how she's sharing her skills with referring clinicians, and how she'd do it if she had to start all over. All that and more, this week on MCF!

  • Episode 306 - Chris Anderson, part 1: Making a Big Impact

    Episode 306 - Chris Anderson, part 1: Making a Big Impact

    11/05/2020 Duration: 29min

    In episode 306 of season 7 I’m joined by Ms. Chris Anderson of Minnesota USA. She’s a diplomat in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy and senior therapist in a large physical therapy department. She shares her journey, her persistent work to encourage and successfully mentor scores of clinicians over many years and some of how she did it. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 305 - Helen, Greg, Tom, Fiona, and Yoshi, part 2: Amidst the Pandemic

    Episode 305 - Helen, Greg, Tom, Fiona, and Yoshi, part 2: Amidst the Pandemic

    04/05/2020 Duration: 01h14min

    In episode 305 we continue our survey across the globe, from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US and Japan, hearing from a few familiar voices of how their region is dealing with the pandemic, what they're taking this opportunity to accomplish and some sound advice. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 304 - Simon, Gabor, Gary, and Annie, part 1: Amidst the Pandemic

    Episode 304 - Simon, Gabor, Gary, and Annie, part 1: Amidst the Pandemic

    28/04/2020 Duration: 52min

    In episode 304 I'm joined by 4 colleagues familiar to the podcast as they give us a bit of a state of the community-type update during this COVID19 pandemic. How things are in their location, how it's affected their professional work and what they're taking an opportunity to do to make the most of it. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 303 - Scott Herbowy, part 2: Mastering Mechanical Assessment

    Episode 303 - Scott Herbowy, part 2: Mastering Mechanical Assessment

    20/04/2020 Duration: 43min

    In episode 303 it's part two with Mr. Scott Herbowy. He continues sharing observations through his career on misconceptions, keys to effective history taking, proficiency with the physical examination and repeated movement assessment, condition management and patient education. All of that and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 302 - Scott Herbowy, part 1: A Personal Experience

    Episode 302 - Scott Herbowy, part 1: A Personal Experience

    13/04/2020 Duration: 48min

    In episode 302 of season 7 I'm joined by Scott Herbowy. He's an international instructor for the McKenzie Institute and a previous diploma program instructor. He shares a bit of his professional background, early training and exposure to this assessment approach, time spent with Robin, an early lessons learned. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 301 - Aideen Turner, part 1: Physical Therapy, Virtually

    Episode 301 - Aideen Turner, part 1: Physical Therapy, Virtually

    06/04/2020 Duration: 36min

    In episode 301 of season 7 I’m joined my Aideen Turner of Virtual Physical Therapists. She shares how she developed the idea of a company based on virtual or remotely delivered care and why she was so convinced it was feasible to deliver physical therapy this way. You’ll also hear how she persuaded her prospects to consider doing business with her in this unusual method and even an opportunity for you. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 300 - Stephen Klassen: Treating Through Telehealth

    Episode 300 - Stephen Klassen: Treating Through Telehealth

    30/03/2020 Duration: 38min

    In episode 300 of season seven in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic or highlighting the topic of delivering effective musculoskeletal care through Telehealth. My guest, Stephen Klassen, shares insights on legal and payment considerations, platform and technical options, clinical best practices and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 299 - Dr Luana Colloca, part 2: Nocebo

    Episode 299 - Dr Luana Colloca, part 2: Nocebo

    23/03/2020 Duration: 27min

    In episode 299 we conclude our conversation with Dr. Luana Colloca, an international authority on the placebo and nocebo effect. We talk this week on the nocebo effect, some of her research, additional resources and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 298 - Dr Luana Colloca: Placebo

    Episode 298 - Dr Luana Colloca: Placebo

    16/03/2020 Duration: 32min

    In episode 298 of season 7, I’m joined by Dr. Luana Colloca. She’s a professor, a researcher and an international authority on the placebo effect. She shares a bit on her introduction and focus on this topic, some of her research, and considerations for those of us working with patients in pain. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 297 - Dr Robert Cialdini, part 2: Pre-suasion: Gaining Agreement Before

    Episode 297 - Dr Robert Cialdini, part 2: Pre-suasion: Gaining Agreement Before

    09/03/2020 Duration: 21min

    In episode 297 we're re-airing my interview with Dr. Robert Cialdini, best-selling author or Influence. He shares about his newer book, Presuasion. What that is. How it affects our influence on others and more. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 296 - Dr Robert Cialdini, part 1: The Science and Practice of Influence

    Episode 296 - Dr Robert Cialdini, part 1: The Science and Practice of Influence

    02/03/2020 Duration: 24min

    In episode 296 of season 7 I'm re-airing my interview with Dr. Robert Cialdini. He's a psychologist, a social behavior researcher, a keynote speaker and a best-selling author. We talk about how to persuade those we're interacting with, the reasons why people say "yes" and how to have more influence. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 295 - Steven Hayes, part 2: A Liberated Mind

    Episode 295 - Steven Hayes, part 2: A Liberated Mind

    24/02/2020 Duration: 29min

    In episode 295 of Season 7 I'm wrapping up my conversation with Professor of Psychology Dr. Steven Hayes on our topic of ACT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. We talk about some misconceptions of it, the potential for principles within ACT to combat the opioid dilemma, some practical psychological flexibility exercises you can apply yourself and some helpful resources. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 294 - Steven Hayes, part 1: Acceptance  Commitment Therapy

    Episode 294 - Steven Hayes, part 1: Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

    17/02/2020 Duration: 32min

    In episode 294 of Season 7 of the Mechanical Care Forum I'm joined by Dr. Steven C Hayes. He's a professor of psychology, a researcher and author, most noted for his expertise in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. We talk about ACT, what it is, the principles it's built on and how we, as clinicians, can benefit from it too. This week on MCF!

  • Episode 293 - David Hunter, part 2: Osteoarthritis

    Episode 293 - David Hunter, part 2: Osteoarthritis

    10/02/2020 Duration: 29min

    In episode 293 of season 7 we conclude our conversation with professor David Hunter of Sydney Australia. He shares more on the failures of the current common treatment and care. And, he shares what he’s an advocate for - a more active approach. Finally he offers helpful resources related to the data on osteoarthritis. This week on MCF!

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