Posts Tagged ‘orthopedics’

Episode 65 – C6 Nerve Root Compression

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                                                         Episode 65-C6 Nerve Root Compression: Signs,symptoms and management Lots of interesting things happen with C6 nerve root compressions: Radiating pain to the shoulder blade Lateral elbow pain Wrist extensor weakness “Looks like” tennis elbow, radial tunnel syndrome and/or carpal tunnel syndrome All the above can divert your attention and make it look like…

Episode 48- L4 Nerve Root Compression: Signs and Symptoms

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      Today is Day 3 of our Nerve Root Compression Podcast Superset. The topic for today’s episode is “Signs and Symptoms of L4 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 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 010 – How to get a Specialist’s Attention

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In this episode I will talk about how to get a specialist’s attention and how to connect with a specialist for the betterment of the patient. Listen till the end when I give you my secret to how I filled my cell phone contact list with specialist’s numbers. Feel free to contact me here: http://orthoevalpal.com/contact/…

Episode 009 – Knee Arthritis

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In this episode, I will chat about Knee Arthritis. I will review common signs and symptoms and talk about how to manage them. Not all knee arthritis patients need to have a knee replacement. I’ll talk about my take on knee arthritis. Please feel free to add what works for you. These patients can be…