Join Nick and Adam for a great conversation with movement therapist Lenny Parracino. We discussed the importance of application, what is actually happening with manual therapy and Lenny’s viewpoint on the integration of movement and bodywork. It was an information filled hour so listen and enjoy!
Join us for a great chat with Dr. Brett Jarosz, BAppSc(CompMed), MClinChiro, ICSSD, PGradDipSportsChiro, DACNB, CertPT, FICC.
We discuss neurology, proprioception vs vestibular rehab and understanding capacity when dealing with your patients.
Brett is a lecturer from The Carrick Institute where he teaches post-graduate clinical neuroscience and rehabilitation courses. He is also a lecturer for the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic, helping teach the Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (ICCSP) program. In 2015, Brett became part of the leadership group of FNOR, where he helps develop and teach the FNOR courses around the world. In 2017, he commenced a new position with the World Surf League, working as a part of the allied health team at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, as well as becoming a member of the Federation Internationale de Chiropractique du Sport (FICS) Education Commission.
He is the founder of Erepsonline, which is the “only custom exercise prescription software with in-built rehabilitation programs and integrated outcome measures”. For more information and a free 2 month trial membership, check out: https://www.erepsonline.com/register/code
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It’s been awhile, but Nick and Adam are the guests on this episode. N & A had a good conversation about a lot of different clinical type stuff, including pain, the vestibular system, biomechanics (does it matter?) and what they’re focusing on clinically and professionally.
It pretty much does represent one of their non-recorded conversations, but with a few less cuss words. We did our best to stir a little controversy, not sure if we did, so listen in and let us know what you think.
In this episode, the guys had a great conversation with physical therapist Tony Mikla. Tony is one of the smartest, humblest and also quietest people you’ll come across, and has worked in numerous environments including Exos (formerly Athletes Performance). The conversation touched upon philosophy, blood flow restriction, motor control, strength & conditioning and much more.
Learn more about Tony at https://www.kimeperformance.com and all social media at kimeperformanceng.
Join us for a great disccusion with International sports performance consultant Derek Hansen. Derek worked as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Simon Fraser University for 14 years, the first non-US member of the NCAA. He also serves as a performance consultant to numerous professional teams in the NFL, NBA, MLS and NHL, as well as major NCAA Division 1 programs throughout North America, specializing in speed development, strategic performance planning, return-to-competition protocols and neuromuscular electrical stimulation programming.
check out more about Derek at: https://sprintcoach.com