April 6th, 2011 at 2:05 pm (episode, chiropractic, soft tissue, responsible chiropractic, education, kinesiology taping)
The first time much of the public spotted kinesiology tape was during the 2008 Olympics. Kerri Walsh, half of an unbelievable American beach volleyball team, had black tape prominently stuck to her shoulder. What is that stuff, people asked? Is she mourning someone? Or hiding a tattoo? It seemed like everyone was talking about it after that and a lot of manual providers started using it -- or using more of it once their patients were convinced that there must be something to kinesiology tape. And they had to have it.
In this podcast interview, Dr. Kinsler speaks with Dr. Kevin Jardine who created the SpiderTech line of kinesiology tape. Best known for their pre-cut tape applications, SpiderTech is also a strong advocate in the education of chiropractors.
SpiderTech Lower Back Spider on Amazon
SpiderTech Postural Spider on Amazon
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January 1st, 2011 at 10:12 am (chiropractic, soft tissue, Graston, active release techinque, physical therapists, responsible chiropractic, education, FAKTR, fascial manipulation)
Warren Hammer, DC is arguably the foremost chiropractor involved in the soft tissue world today. He brings his knowledge working with Luigi Stecco, PT to the seminar series he is teaching and his prior experience in learning, teaching and developing soft tissue techniques. Dr. Hammer candidly talks about his progression from back when he "knew nothing" through his 50 years in practice. He discusses the importance of fascia, his thoughts on Active Release Technique, FAKTR-PM and Graston Technique and why he feels Stecco's fascial manipulation work is so groundbreaking.
Warren Hammer's Website
Fascial Manipulation Workshops
Dynamic Chiropractic Soft Tissue Column
Functional Soft-Tissue Examination and Treatment by Manual Methods, Third Edition - Hammer's excellent textbook
Luigi Stecco's Books
Interview conducted by Rochester, NY chiropractor Dr. Brett L. Kinsler
December 18th, 2010 at 3:05 am (episode, chiropractic, spine, soft tissue, Graston, active release techinque, education, FAKTR)
Tom Hyde, DC has had so many accomplishments and he discusses several of them in this episode including how he helped to incorporate chiropractors into the world of professional sports. Hyde talks about how the barriers were broken to get chiropractic services to Olympic athletes, how he became the chiropractic physician for the Miami Dolphins and he discusses the procedure he co-developed, called FAKTR-PM.
FAKTR-PM stands for "Functional And Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation, Provocation and Motion." It was developed to help speed recovery from chronic musculoskeletal pain syndromes and has also been shown to work extremely well on acute musculoskeletal/fascial conditions.
In 1987, Tom Hyde became the first chiropractor to be accepted to the volunteer program for chiropractors at the United States Olympic Training Center, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and was subsequently selected to serve as the official chiropractor for the 1987 Pan American Games. In 2001, Hyde was inducted to the Hall of Fame of the Sports Council of the American Chiropractic Association. In 2002, he was named "Sports Chiropractor of the Year" by the Florida Chiropractic Association Sports Injury Council. He was named "Person of the Year" by Dynamic Chiropractic in 2009.
He is an avid mountain climber and will soon be going to Kilimanjaro for the 3rd time. He invited podcast listeners to join him on the climb.
October 15th, 2010 at 11:05 pm (episode, chiropractic, alternative medicine, health, cancer, soft tissue, Graston, active release techinque)
I caught up with Dr. Brian Nathanson of Norwalk, CT who is doing some amazing things with post-surgical and post-radiation breast cancer patients.
Interview produced and conducted by Dr. Brett L. Kinsler of Rochester, NY. Theme music by Derek K. Miller.