Posts Tagged ‘Ortho Eval Pal’

Episode 33-Cervical Spine Basics

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Today I will be getting back to the basics regarding the cervical spine. I will talk about the following: The central spinal foramen Facet orientation Cervical discs Nerve roots and the foramen surrounding them The vertebral artery The structures that are compressed and/or opened with certain motions. This podcast will be the beginning of a…

Episode 25-Lenny Macrina MSPT, SCS, CSCS talks PT with Paul on the OEP Podcast

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Don’t miss this episode 25! I chat with the very well respected Lenny Macrina MSPT, SCS, CSCS about shoulder injuries, the “ins and outs” of a cash based practice and much more! Lenny is the co-founder and director of Physical Therapy at Champion Physical Therapy and Performance. Take advantage of the insightful knowledge that Lenny shares…

Episode 021- Biceps Ruptures and Biceps Tendinitis

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Today I talk about Biceps Ruptures and Biceps Tendinitis. I have some great videos that are linked in these show notes. Be sure to know the importance of identifying distal versus proximal biceps ruptures. Episode 021- Biceps Ruptures and Biceps Tendinitis   Let’s start with some functional anatomy: The biceps are both an elbow flexor…

Episode 018-Shoulder Arthritis – Common Signs and Symptoms

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In today’s Podcast: Episode 018-Shoulder Arthritis – Common Signs and Symptoms I talk about how the A-C and Gleno-humeral joints break down and who is at highest risk. I will also discuss how to distinguish between GH arthritis and adhesive capsulitis. If you want to see a video of a patient with severe gleno-humeral arthritis,…

Episode 016 – Rotator Cuff Impingement vs Rotator Cuff Tears

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In this episode of Rotator Cuff Impingement vs Rotator Cuff Tears you will acquire some insight from experience on how to differentiate between cuff tears and impingement. I’ll talk about common signs and symptoms for each although there is some carry-over between the two. Below are a couple “Cheat Sheets” to help you in the…