Candid 5-10 minute stories on interesting cases, failures, and successes from the physio/rehab world. With hosts Dr. Erson Religioso III, DPT, FAAOMPT and Dr. Andrew Rothschild, DPT, FAAOMPT.
Chronic Complaints, Rapid Results
In this episode, Andrew goes over some surprisingly rapid results from a simple pattern recognition and reset based treatment. It's one of the cornerstones of Modern Manual Therapy. Remember, chronicity of complaints, doesn't have to equal persistent pain states.
It's Ok to Feel Pain
One of the main messages Erson has been trying to get across to patients, especially active ones, is that it's ok to feel pain. He recounts two recent athletes, one of whom this was just the right message, and another that needed a bit more work to get back to sport.
A 13% Chance It Happens Every Time Part 2
In this episode, Erson and Andrew update more about "SIJ" Dysfunction. That diagnosis that happens A LOT less than you're lead to believe. Sometimes, that bias gives you clinical blinders. However in both recent cases, the right combination of education, exercise, and stabilization were discovered in a few visits.
Best PT Session EVER!
In this episode, Andrew catches up with the case discussed in our previous episode. The patient was very stressed out and he suggested a treatment during a particular session which really turned the tide in her recovery. Erson called it a stroke of genius. What do you think?
A 13% Chance It Happens Every Time
In this episode, Andrew talks about how his clinical biases and the prevalence of a certain condition based on research affected an ongoing lower back pain case. If it looks like a horse and smells like a horse, sometimes it's a donkey.
What Did You Do to Your Neck?
In this episode, we're again joined by frequent guest Dr. Alex Kirbach. This personal story is how he overcame anxiety and an injury to restore function and self treat a neck injury after snowboarding. You can find pictures and a written summary of this story on Alex's site.