A few friends, osteopathic practitioners talking about Osteopathy, functional movement, and anatomy.
This podcast has developed into an on going conversation about anything movement related, and any sort of questions or comments sent in by our listeners.
We want it to be as interactive as possible, so please send us some questions!
E61 The Ribs and Scapula
In episode 61 we talk about the ribs, positions, movement and the influence on the scapula and vice Versa.
Neither the ribs nor the scapula work in individuality and rely on each other for sound function.
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E60 Aging, Elderly, and Considerations
In episode 60 Amanda, Sara and Colby talk about treating the elderly population, how Osteopathy can be extremely helpful for them, how successful it can be, along with some considerations for that population.
Remember, always think on your own, use your education and your experience to work with your patients.
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E59 Communication and Education
In this episode we talk about our automated and in person communication practices, we talk about the importance of an automated booking system with reminders, surveys, and other features. This frees up time for the practitioner to help more people, or to enjoy their time and their families.
We also reiterate the importance of patient communication.
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E58 The foot, anatomy, mechanics, and application
In episode 58 we go over the anatomy, some interesting components, and how the foot itself moves. We also talk about the assessment process each of us may take with the foot. We get a little out of the osteopathic bubble talking specifically about the foot, without considering the rest pf the body.
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E57 The foot and its base
In episode 57 we talk about the feet as the base of support, the toe position, the affect of the arch, and some of the common things we see in the office in regards to the foot.
The foot and or feet should always be considered as they are in contact with the ground, however, the feet are very rarely the cause of the problem.
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E56 BACK TO WORK IN ONTARIO
Finally, after months of being closed again Osteopathy, Osteopathic Services are able to resume practices next week.
This episode is partially us celebrating, talking about some things to consider and plan for the reopening and some of the things we are doing to get our minds and businesses ready to rock and roll.
Hope you enjoy it!
Congrats to Osteos going back to work, and to the patients who can get the care they deserve.