Prosthetic care is a ever changing field with learning at the center. The prosthetic paradigm podcast endeavors to further learning in the field of prosthetics, adaptive athletics, orthotics, limb loss, and more. Interviews with people who are pioneering techniques, technology, or training highlight and contribute the knowledge to further and facilitate knowledge in the field.
Gerasimos Bastas, MD, PhD - Talks physical medicine & Rehab Part 2
Dr. Gerasimos Bastas, currently head of the Limb Loss Care Clinic at Vanderbilt University discusses multiple topics regarding prosthetic care.
Dr. Gerasimos Bastas, MD, PhD - Talks physical medicine & Rehab
Dr. Gerasimos Bastas, currently head of the Limb Loss Care Clinic at Vanderbilt University gives the history and background of the physical medicine and rehabilitation specialty and what their specialty brings to the medical profession.
The Adaptive Training Foundation
Adaptive Training Foundation is an innovative non-profit gym that provides services to traumatically wounded, ill, and injured individuals through a nine week training program to redefine their lives through exercise and community.
The ATF exists to bridge the gap from basic functional rehabilitation to adapted sport. Since its inception, ATF continues to help adaptive athletes create sustainable lifestyle changes.
Johnny Owens, MPT talks blood flow restriction training
Johnny Owens, MPT, of Owens Recovery Science talks about how blood flow restriction training can be utilized in rehab and focuses in on amputee care. He dives into the science and also the practicality of BFR. Listen to the end to hear him talk about another of his endeavors, the IDEO.
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Amputee Blade Runners Ryan Fann CP
The Amputee Blade Runners are a non-profit organization that provides running prostheses to those who show need free of charge. Listen to Ryan Fann, CP, Prosthetist and Co-founder, talk about the mission of the Blade runners, how the process works, and the benefits of the organization.
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Coapt Engineering's Blair Lock
Coapt Complete Control is a pattern recognition technology that gives upper limb prosthesis users more control through myoelectric signals than previously possible. Listen to Blair Lock, MScE, P.Eng, and CEO of Coapt talk about founding the company and the great technology they provide.
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Really great explanation of 3D printing!
Very informative podcast on 3D printing. Covered many topics from benefits to patient load.