Posts Tagged ‘Ortho Eval Pal’

Episode 47- L3 Nerve Root Compression: Signs and Symptoms

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       Today is Day 2 of our Nerve Root Compression Podcast Superset. The topic for today’s episode is “Signs and Symptoms of L3 Nerve Root Compression” I will discuss loss of sensation, reflex findings, motor weakness patterns, pain patterns and much more! I’ll also be adding tidbits from experience to help with your…

Episode 44-Lumbar Spine Basics with Paul Marquis PT

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    Today in Episode 44-Lumbar Spine Basics I break down the lumbar spine just to get started. I’ll talk about: The lumbar disc Vertebral body size Lumbar facet orientation Vertebral foramen Central cord canal Transverse Abdominus muscles and multifidus muscles Effects of flexion and extension on the lumbar spine. Be sure to follow us on…

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…

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…