August 25th, 2011 at 9:37 pm (episode, chiropractic, alternative medicine, health, interprofessional relationships, integration, students)
A group of students at the University of New Mexico has formed a special interest group that encourages networking among pre-professional health care students. The thinking is that forming networks and relationships now will help them to better treat their future patients.
The Integrative Medical Education Exchange has a board of directors consisting of a medical student, a pre-chiropractic student, two pharmacy students and a recently graduated chiropractor. The membership spans all types of health care professions. Dr. Brett Kinsler spoke with several of them on this episode of On The Other Hand.
UNM Integrative Medical Education Exchange Facebook Page
Rebecca VanVleck, Co-Vice President Pharmacy student email@example.com
Catherine D. Pino, Co-Vice President Pre-Chiropractic student firstname.lastname@example.org
Monique Dodd, Secretary Pharmacy student email@example.com
Michael Pridham, DC, Treasurer Chiropractor, recent graduate from Logan firstname.lastname@example.org www.drpridham.com www.facebook.com/EquilibriumChiropracticAlbuquerque
David Lang, MTPT, LM Faculty adviser email@example.com
Center for Life http://unmmg.org/cfl/
August 11th, 2011 at 9:07 pm (chiropractic, stroke, interprofessional relationships, responsible chiropractic, primary spine care, orthopedics)
James Eubanks DC, MS, CSCS practices in Charlotte, NC and is playing the role of non-surgical spine specialist in connection to ongoing training at OrthoCarolina, one of the five largest orthopedic groups in the US. As a patient-centered, evidence based spine care specialist, Dr. Eubanks is learning the dynamics of triage and acts as spine gatekeeper, a role that is not filled by any other professional in the group. Dr. Eubanks provides us with a sort of Chiropractic/Orthopedic Relations 101 and informs other chiropractors what we can do to gain respect in an orthopedist's eyes and possibly forge a similar path.
- Jim Eubanks' bio on Clinic website
- Craig Brigham's bio (with a very good video with him) on OrthoCarolina Spine Center website
- Work Loss Data Institute (Official Disability Guidelines)
- Cochrane Collaboration website
- SPORT (Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial) led by James N. Weinstein DO, MS
- 45-year prospective study follow-up on natural history of spondylolisthesis
- Finnish Twin Spine Study and disc degeneration
July 28th, 2011 at 7:49 am (episode, chiropractic, interprofessional relationships, responsible chiropractic, primary spine care, unity, cultural authority)
It's not news that chiropractors worldwide recognize the need for greater respect from the public, other health care professionals and various policymakers. What many people say is the missing key to solve this perceived inequity is our lack of general public trust which would permit our self-governance. When the public fully trusts a profession, then truth is what that profession says it is. The professional group defines itself and, without any fanfare or undue prodding, the public accepts this truth. That is the trust that marks cultural authority. Chiropractors have understood that this is a barrier for many years and many chiropractors have set out to build our cultural authority. In this episode, we speak with Dr. Michael Farrell, a chiropractor from the Buffalo, NY region on that subject.
Links for this show
Michael E. Farrell, II DC - practice website
Building Bridges to Cultural Authority by Arlan Fuhr, DC
How can chiropractic become a respected mainstream profession? The example of podiatry. Donald R Murphy et al
Book: Surviving in Health Care by Dieter F. Enzmann, MD Clearly written by a clinical doctor, this book first helps physicians understand the causes of changes in health care. Then, it explains how to devise a strategy in order to survive and prosper in today's environment. It covers the entire spectrum of medicine, and encourages solutions that meet physicians' individual circumstances. It focuses on useful tactics and specific actions, rather than quick fixes. Shows physicians how to formulate a strategy to survive and prosper. Includes discussion about cultural authority.
May 24th, 2011 at 2:15 pm (episode, chiropractic, quality, physical therapists, interprofessional relationships, responsible chiropractic, research, apha, VA)
There are new opportunities opening up every day for integrated chiropractic professionals and with those opportunities, there are an increasing number of non-traditional chiropractors out there. And though many chiropractors may feel they are precluded from certain positions, Dr. Paul Dougherty has broken through many perceived boundaries. He is truly blazing new trails for the profession. He is a faculty member at New York Chiropractic College and also a clinical faculty member in Department of Orthopedics at University of Rochester School of Medicine. Dr. Dougherty serves as a clinician and research scientist at the VA (Veterans Health Administration) Outpatient Clinic, and chair of the American Public Health Association Chiropractic Section. This episode was recorded live in our studio.
Dr. Dougherty talks about the pros and cons of practicing chiropractic in a salaried system, the model of the VA clinics for the civilian world, advantages of an integrated EHR and the clinical trials he's running including those involving clinical prediction rules, functional MRI and psychosocial factors of back pain.
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March 3rd, 2011 at 10:37 pm (chiropractic, interprofessional relationships, ACA)
Keith Overland, DC, is the current Vice President of the American Chiropractic Association and he is likely to be the next President of the ACA. Dr. Overland speaks about the ACA, the Chiropractic Summit and healthcare reform as it relates to chiropractic. He also talks about being the team chiropractor for the New York Mets.
Dr. Overland teaches sports medicine at the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic and serves on their postgraduate faculty as well as those of New York Chiropractic College and Cleveland College of Chiropractic - Kansas City. He has served as the chiropractic consultant for the New York Mets baseball team, the United States Olympic training center, and the 2002 Olympic U.S. speed skating team. Dr. Overland also has taught at the U.S. Open Tennis Coaches Conference and is the medical editor for the New England Tennis Magazine. He practices in Norwalk, Connecticut.
In this episode of On The Other Hand, Dr. Overland is interviewed by Rochester chiropractor Dr. Brett Kinsler.
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February 19th, 2011 at 3:51 pm (episode, chiropractic, spine, physical therapists, interprofessional relationships, responsible chiropractic, education, rehabilitation)
Craig Liebenson, DC literally wrote the book on spinal rehabilitation and is highly regarded among chiropractors, medical physicians and physical therapists alike in the field of spinal rehabilitation around the world. He has studied and taught with Professors Vladimir Janda and Karel Lewit from the Czech Republic - pioneers in functional rehabilitation and manual medicine, as well as many others who have revolutionized the field. Many of them are contributors to his text.
Dr. Liebenson is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Chiropractic, Division of Health Sciences at Murdoch University and a member of the International Association for the Study of Pain and the American Pain Society. He helped to set up the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and Scandinavian College of Chiropractic Rehabilitation Diplomate Courses and serves as a consultant and lead faculty for the Murdoch University and Anglo-European Chiropratic College M.Sc. programs in Chiropractic Rehabilitation. Dr. Liebenson treats many world-class elite athletes, was an NBA team chiropractor and currently serves as a consultant for the Arizona Diamondbacks MLB baseball team. He remains in private practice specializing in rehabilitation in Los Angeles
Dr. Liebenson was the first ever chiropractic member of the McKenzie Institute (U.S.) Board of Directors, a frequent lecturer at national and international multidisciplinary meetings, and has published extensively in journals and books on the subjects of rehabilitation and chronic pain the best known being the multidisciplinary text Rehabilitation of the Spine: A Practitioner's Manual (Lippincott/Williams and Wilkins), popular for over ten years, it is now in it's second edition.
This podcast episode is a discussion between Dr. Craig Liebenson and Rochester, NY chiropractor and blogger Dr. Brett Kinsler.
February 5th, 2011 at 5:52 am (episode, chiropractic, health, interprofessional relationships, responsible chiropractic, WFC, international issues, primary spine care)
David Chapman-Smith is widely recognized as the world's leading non-chiropractor advocate for the profession. Through his position as secretary general of the World Federation of Chiropractic, an organization he helped form and develop into the world class entity it is today, to his Chiropractic Report, Mr. Chapman-Smith's impact on the profession has been profound.
In this episode, he discusses his entry into advocating for chiropractic when he was the attorney for the New Zealand Chiropractic Association in the Royal Commission of Inquiry into chiropractic an eighteen month government commissioned study investigating the profession of chiropractic in New Zealand, Australia, the United States and Europe. Chapman-Smith speaks openly about the formation of the World Federation of Chiropractic and its relationship with the World Health Organization and also on his publication The Chiropractic Report.
Interview conducted by Rochester, NY chiropractor Brett L. Kinsler, DC
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February 2nd, 2011 at 10:27 am (episode, chiropractic, health, interprofessional relationships, responsible chiropractic)
Dr. Randy Ferrance is a medical physician who was a practicing chiropractor when he entered medical school. Raised in an evangelical chiropractic family, he wasn't vaccinated as a child. He speaks on bridging the gap from chiropractic to medicine, on his experiences making the transition from chiropractic to medicine and on how chiropractors can best develop working relationships with medical doctors.
Does Dr. Ferrance experience prejudice for being a chiropractor/medical doctor? Yes...but it's not from whom you'd think.
Interview conducted with Dr. Brett L. Kinsler.
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December 11th, 2010 at 2:09 pm (episode, chiropractic, spine, back pain, ncqa, quality, interprofessional relationships, responsible chiropractic, research)
Ian Paskowski, DC is the medical director of the medical spine care program at Jordan Hospital. He discusses delivering high quality spine care in a community based hospital and the future of this type of multi-disciplinary program. He stresses that the program's success hinges on patient centered care and in following the NCQA Back Pain Recognition Program guidelines as well as implementing best practices from the medical literature. Practicing in an environment where medical specialties work together and chiropractors act in back pain triage has proven itself successful for Dr. Paskowski and his medical back pain program.
Interview with Dr. Paskowski conducted by Dr. Brett L. Kinsler.
October 30th, 2010 at 12:15 am (episode, health, interprofessional relationships, dentistry, xylitol, oral systemic health, dentist)
Dr. Ellie Phillps discusses her book Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye, and her vision of the new paradigm of dentistry. She promotes prevention in some unconventional ways and is also at the forefront of the oral systemic movement in dentistry, a model which directly links oral health with systemic disease and prevention.
Interview conducted by Rochester, NY chiropractor Dr. Brett L. Kinsler.