Turn Learning Into Practice is a podcast for health care providers interested in immediately implementing research and evidence-based principles in their everyday clinical experience. Dr. Shireesh Bhalerao, an experienced chiropractor, clinical educator, and founder of Tulip Seminars, LLC, will interview influencers in the world of integrative health care, crossing a wide variety of clinical, practical, and even controversial topics.
Self-Care For Providers of Health Care
If there ever was a time to pay attention to the health and well-being of health care providers, it is now. In this episode, Dr. Bhalerao converses with Jean Berg, a social worker and Buddhist monk, about how health care workers can better improve patient outcomes through self-awareness.
The Break Room: Patient Expectations
In this episode of The Break Room, Drs. Bhalerao and Powiada discuss the importance of appreciating and setting patient expectations early in a treatment plan. The discussion crosses the realms of motivational interviewing, the intersection between pain neuroscience and rehabilitation, and the realities of diagnostic uncertainty in manual therapy practice.
Lost in Translation?
Dr. Jerome Fryer, founder of Dynamic Disc Designs, clarifies the necessity for spine practitioners to clearly explain to patients the plausible source of their pain and disability. All in the name of improving patient outcomes.
The Break Room: Evolving During a Pandemic
In the first Break Room session, Dr. Shireesh Bhalerao and Dr. Maxim Powiada discuss topics like downsizing and refining a busy schedule, securing financial stability, and ramping up safety protocols. This episode offers a blueprint for clinics to successfully move forward in uncertain times.
Not Just Informed: Evidence-Based Diagnosis of 4 Common Low Back Conditions
This is the first of a series of short podcasts designed to help you turn learning immediately into practice. Today, Dr. Bhalerao summarizes an important systematic review aiding in the diagnosis of SI joint dysfunction, lumbar radiculopathy, lumbar stenosis, and spondylolisthesis. Along the way, he will help the clinician better understand the sticky realm of test accuracy.
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This is a fantastic resource to find the evidence that can support clinical decisions. Nice work!