Nick and Adam are excited about this episode, because David George is a friend and mentor to both. Dr. David George, D.C., co founder of FNOR and Prologel, talks all things neurology including motor systems, vestibular system, neurogenic inflammation and default mode network to name a few. This episode is so packed with gems you’ll want to listen multiple times. Enjoy!
In this episode, Physiotherapist Diane Jacobs joins us to talk about her book, Dermoneuromodulating, and the concepts encompassing Dermoneuromodulation (DNM), which is a structured, interactive approach to manual therapy that considers the nervous system of the patient from skin cell to sense of self, where techniques are slow, light, kind, intelligent, responsive and effective.
For more information about DNM, along with workshops and a fantastic resource list, please visit http://www.dermoneuromodulation.com/.
(Editors Note: There were some technical difficulties with this episode, originally recorded in late November 2017. There are a few small editing issues midway through, but they are minor. Sorry)
Interested in orthotics, biomechanics, and foot function? Check out our latest podcast with Dr. Tom Michaud D.C., author of Human Locomotion: The Conservative Management of Gait-Related Disorders, asused in physical therapy, chiropractic, pedorthic, and podiatry schools around the world. Tom is a wealth of clinically relevant and easily applicable information. This is going to be worth your time!
Be sure to check out http://www.humanlocomotion.org for more info on Tom and his products, and use the code “2movementguys” for 20% of anything on his website.
This conversation with Sue Falsone is one we were really looking forward to, and it didn’t disappoint. Sue is a PT & ATC and the first female ATC in professional sports for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and most recently is the owner of Structure & Function where she teaches movement and dry-needling based courses . This excellent conversation focused on movement, fascia, the application and relevancy of dry needling, yoga, load capacity and much more, so check it out!
And check out more information about Sue, including her teaching schedule and educational products at http://suefalsone.com/
This week, the guys interviewed Mike Rintala, who’s a Chiropractor and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) educator. It was a great conversation surrounding DNS and Developmental Kinesiology, where we learned how Mike got into DNS and what makes it a valuable thought process. We also hear about his influences, including Pavel Kolar, PhD, PT and Craig Liebenson and others, and what makes DNS special.
To learn more about Mike, his practice and teaching schedule, visit his website https://rintalachiro.com or visit him on Facebook or Instagram at @rintala_movementflow