Jun 10, 2019
How often do you challenge your patients with heavy lifts? What about if your patient is pediatric? Do you have them lift heavy things? Why wouldn't you?
Jun 5, 2019
If an insurance company can find a way to deny a claim, they will. If another carrier should be paying for the claim, it will most likely be denied, forget medical necessity! What happens when a worker's compensation claim patient, gets hit by a motor vehicle while at work? The Worker's comp, motor vehicle insurance by...
May 6, 2019
Current research for tendinopathies and the trend for loading over passive care like modalities and manual therapy is great. Those of us originally trained in manual therapy often don't get to loading fast enough, or at all in some cases if the patient is pain free. What would you do in this recent case of elbow...
Apr 22, 2019
In this podcast, Erson remembers when a fellowship mentee requested he perform a rib thrust manipulation - something he hadn't practiced since manual therapy fellowship 5+ years prior. How'd it go?
Research recommended in the show
Apr 8, 2019
In this episode, Erson talks about a recent case where a fatigued mother of a newborn has TMJ, Headache, and/or central sensitization type complaints. Is it something else?