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Podcast by Modern Pain Care

    Does Exercise Need To Be Specific?

    Does Exercise Need To Be Specific?

    🏋️🚴It's hard to argue over the value of exercise in the treatment of pain. 🚴🏋️

    🤔 But do we need to be specific?

    🤔 Around the spine do we need to be specific in our efforts at strengthening where we focus on attempting to isolate muscles?

    🤔 What about simple global exercise?

    🤔 What about directional preference?

    🤔 Where does the patients beliefs and preferences fit in?

    • 43 min
    What do we do with a frozen shoulder?

    What do we do with a frozen shoulder?

    Frozen shoulders are somewhat of a clinical enigma

    We don't necessarily understand their cause and have yet to find a great treatment that speeds up their natural history significantly.

    A recent study in the Lancet compared PT, arthroscopic release, and manipulation under anesthesia...

    The winner was.....

    None of them! None were superior in their outcomes.

    So what do we do with people we see with frozen shoulder?

    Study link - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/33010843
    YouTube Video summary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I88uzfD8Y4s&feature=youtu.be

    • 46 min
    Symptom Irritability - It's Complex

    Symptom Irritability - It's Complex

    ✅ Understanding symptom behavior is crucial to being able to appropriately plan your examination and treatments.

    ✅ A big part of this is understanding the irritability of a symptom. Irritability has three components to make a judgement:

    1️⃣ How easily is it provoked
    2️⃣ How intense are the symptoms provoked
    3️⃣ How much does it take to reduce symptoms back to baseline

    🤔 Is irritability a measure of the tissue?

    🤔 Are there more things than simple nociceptive messages into the system that influence a patient's reports?

    • 37 min
    Can You Go Wrong Getting Strong?

    Can You Go Wrong Getting Strong?

    💪💪"You can't go wrong getting strong!!!!"💪💪

    ✅ That has been a popular battle cry lately in the rehab fields.

    🤔 Is this always the case?

    🤔Can you truly never go wrong?

    🤔Where does this fit in person-centered healthcare?

    🔥🔥Join Mark and Jarod as they discuss this and more🔥🔥

    • 46 min
    What Is The Deal With Trigger Points?

    What Is The Deal With Trigger Points?

    🤯🤯Nothing seems to raise blood pressures and evoke emotional responses as the debate around trigger points.🤯🤯

    🤬🤬With dry needling becoming a more popular intervention in patient care the debate has become more common and emotional. 🤬🤬

    🤝🤝Instead of emotions ruling the discussion join Jarod and Mark as they have a chat around trigger points and the science behind the trigger point theory. 🤝🤝

    Resources:
    🤯🤯Nothing seems to raise blood pressures and evoke emotional responses as the debate around trigger points.🤯🤯

    🤬🤬With dry needling becoming a more popular intervention in patient care the debate has become more common and emotional. 🤬🤬

    🤝🤝Instead of emotions ruling the discussion join Jarod and Mark as they have a chat around trigger points and the science behind the trigger point theory. 🤝🤝

    Resources:
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25477053/
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29025044/
    https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/bjsports/49/6/348.full.pdf

    • 55 min
    Why The Toolbox Approach May Not Be A Great Idea

    Why The Toolbox Approach May Not Be A Great Idea

    🛠🛠Often you will hear clinicians discuss having a lot of tools in the toolbox.🛠🛠

    🤔 Is this always a great pursuit?

    🤔 Do we risk having tools without a process of application?

    🤔 Would thinking of patient care as a process not product be helpful?

    ✅Join Mark and Jarod as they discuss this and more

    Article links:
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3360492/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3172949/

    • 46 min

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