Posts Tagged ‘Paul Marquis’

Episode 81- Radial Tunnel Syndrome

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Episode 81-Radial Tunnel Syndrome: Don’t mistake it for Tennis Elbow! Today I will talk to you about Radial Tunnel Syndrome. This is commonly missed since tennis elbow is so much more common. In this episode I will talk to you about the following:   Common signs and symptoms. Evaluative techniques The use of selective tissue…

Episode 80- How to use a Functional Squat to evaluate your patient.

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Episode 80- How to use a Functional Squat to evaluate your patient. In today’s episode I talk about how I use the Functional Squat to evaluate many of my patients with lower extremity injuries. I’ll be discussing the following: How to set up the patient for the squat. What to observe while a patient is…

Episode 77-Cubital tunnel syndrome

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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome It’s happened to all of us…you’re turning around and strike your”Funny Bone” on the edge of a chair, desk or the window edge on a boat which I will never forget happening to me 20 years ago. Today I will talk about causes of Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, special tests, conservative treatment and…

Episode 75- Patient expectations and progress over time.

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Episode 75- Patient expectations and progress over time.EvenĀ  Do you want to increase your patient compliance? How about decreasing patient frustration? Even better, what about decreasing your frustration? It is very difficult to predict how your patient will do after certain injuries and there are many factors that go into figuring out a prognosis. You…

Episode 73- Conservative Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

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Episode 73- Conservative Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Lumbar spinal stenosis can be quite difficult to treat but in this episode I will talk about some treatment tips and techniques to help you on your way. Today I will talk about the following: Hip flexor mobility/flexibility. Glute and abdominal strengthening. Cardio considerations. Thoracic mobility and…