Posts Tagged ‘Paul Marquis PT’

Episode 62-Proximal vs Distal Biceps Ruptures

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       ] Episode 62-Proximal vs Distal Biceps Ruptures   Biceps Ruptures Galore!! Today in Episode 62-Proximal vs Distal Biceps Ruptures I will help you with the following: Identifying biceps tears. Review the anatomy of the biceps. Discuss special tests for evaluating biceps ruptures How to manage biceps ruptures. Review actions of the biceps. Link you to…

Episode 61- Thoracic Kyphosis Causes and Treatment

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  Today in Episode 61- Thoracic Kyphosis Causes and Treatment I talk about the following: Contributors to thoracic kyphosis. Injuries that are secondary to thoracic kyphosis. How kyphosis contributes to shoulder impingement. How kyphosis affects your breathing. How kyphosis causes cervical spine pain How to slow down the progression of thoracic kyphosis. Exercises that I like…

Episode 60- Cervical Spine Arthritis

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    What does Cervical Spine Arthritis present like and how to treat it is the topic for today’s podcast. I will be covering the following: -What is cervical spine arthritis? -What contributes to cervical spine arthritis? -What are the common signs and symptoms of c-spine arthritis? -How do you treat it? Thoracic kyphosis reduction…

Episode 56-Dry Needling with Philip Chamberlain PT

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    Today on episode 56 I have the pleasure of interviewing Philip Chamberlain PT about the use of Dry Needling as a modality in the treatment of patients with orthopedic injuries. We discuss the following: Indications for dry needling. Contraindications for dry needling. Different diagnoses treated. Insurance re-imbursement for dry needling. Dry needling process. Patient…

Episode 53- Lumbar Neurosurgical Perspective with Dr. John Wahlig

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  Get a better feel for the neurosurgical side of the management of low back pain. Dr. Wahlig and I keep this simple and easy to understand. I am sure you will learn lots today when we talk about the following: What are the “Red Flags” to be concerned about when evaluating patients with LBP…