Podcast by Modern Pain Care
Dosing Exercise For Osteoarthritis
There has been a great movement to better understand and apply exercise patients.
Strength and conditioning principles are important to understand when we are dosing exercise to meet the specific performance goals of our patients
Dosing for performance and dosing for pain are two different concepts
How do Jarod and Mark approach that in clinic?
How can we find the best dose for the unique person in front of us?
Join Mark and Jarod as they discuss this and more on this week's episode of the Modern Pain Podcast
Utilization of Technicians in the Clinic
We get asked a lot about the utilization of techs in the clinic.
Is this a bad thing?
What's the best way to deliver high-value care while incorporating the use of technicians into care?
Tune in to this week's episode of the Modern Pain Podcast and find out!
Prescribing Exercise Across the Continuum
I think we can all agree that we were not prepared well to prescribe exercise in school
We often are so focused on getting people to "discharge" we miss a huge opportunity to have a bigger impact on a person's health
How many of us could write out exercise programming for the household athlete all the way to the fitness athlete?
Join Mark with special guests CJ DePalma and Joe Camoratto as they discuss their new program Across the Continuum.
We are excited to have them join the Modern Pain Care team and can't wait to see the impact they will have on many practices.
If you're interested in joining the program check out https://modernpaincare.com/across-the-continuum-interest
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Dr. Joe Camoratto
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Dr. CJ DePalma
Opioid Use Disorder With Special Guest Marcos Lopez
Opioid use disorder is something many patients in pain unfortunately are dealing with.
Marcos Lopez is a physical therapist doing some amazing things in this space to help those suffering with opioid use disorder
How does Marcos approach this?
How should clinicians be approaching this?
Join us for this week's episode of the Modern Pain Podcast to find out
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What to Do with Lateral Shifts?
Lateral shifts are a common clinical presentation that can respond to specific treatment
Louis Gifford had public criticisms of the push to correct a lateral shift due to the thoughts it was an adaptive response early on.
Some still recommend these are dealt with immediately and there is little time to consider this adaptive and for it to be left alone.
So what do we do?
When may it be adaptive and best left alone?
When may "correcting" the shift be the best choice?
Tune in to this week's episode of the Modern Pain Podcast and find out.
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Understanding Clinical Prediction Rules for Lumbar Manipulation
You learned about them. You studied them. You were tested on them. But the real question is, how important are they to use?
Clinical prediction rules (CPRs) were developed using multivariate statistical methods to help clinicians select particular interventions to use depending on a cluster of findings a patient presented with.
Given the black and white matter of how the CPRs were created, this allowed for the opportunity to write a lot of test questions whether it was the NPTE or the OCS exam.
However, as many practicing clinicians know, the clinic is not black and white and we cannot always shoehorn patients into classifications or rules.
So what do we do instead?
Listen in as Jarod and Mark discuss this on this week's episode of the Modern Pain Podcast