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The Orthobullets Podcast
Recon⎪Ligaments of the Knee

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 23:13


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Ligaments of the Knee from the Recon section. Follow Orthobullets on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/orthobullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/orthobulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/orthobullets LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/27125689 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCMZSlD9OhkFG2t25oM14FvQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message

Twin City church of Christ Podcast
Joints and Ligaments

Twin City church of Christ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 36:37


Series: N/AService: Sun AM WorshipType: SermonSpeaker: Jacob Hudgins

The Triple Threat
BREAKING: Sources Confirm Tyrod Taylor has Torn Ligaments in Hand; Davis Mills to Start (Hour 4) Clint Stoerner & The Show

The Triple Threat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 41:35


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The RobCast
900 Ligaments

The RobCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 64:33


Bleav in SoCal Sweat
Doctor of "Pain & Torture": Live Without Pain Through the Yass Method

Bleav in SoCal Sweat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 54:50


Halloween thrillers elicit PAIN & TORCHER and so does CHRONIC PAIN that effects over 100 million Americans! Former New York Islanders doctor, Dr. Mitchell Yass, has been featured on PBS and has created a non-invasive, simple, and effective method to relieve pain called “The Yass Method.” My interview with Dr. Yass in this episode may convince you to avoid surgery and/or prescription medications to live without pain. DR. MITCHELL YASS is the creator of the Yass Method for diagnosing and treating chronic pain. He developed his method over 20 years treating thousands of patients resolving their pain and returning them to full functional capacity. He has stopped thousands from getting unnecessary surgeries and resolved the pain of thousands of others who had surgery that did nothing to alter their pain.PRODUCER & HOST ANNE MCDANIELS LINKS:Facebook: Anne McDanielsFacebook: Anne McDaniels ActressInstagram: @annemcdanielsactressInstagram: @annemcdanielsTwitter : @annemcdanielsIMDB : Anne McDanielsClubhouse: @annemcdanielsTikTok: Anne McDanielsClubhouse: @annemcdanielsDR. MITCHELL YASS LINKS:Instagram: @live_without_painsWebsite: LiveWithoutPains.comYouTube: A Pain Free LifePBS Special: PBS Special: "The Pain Prescription" featuring Dr. Mitchell Yass, DPTFacebook: The Yass MethodMusic Credit: ""Light" - JoeninpcGamer ; Royalty Free MusicPhoto Credit: Artist Kelly CampbellSources: PBS, Dr. Mitchell YassSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Curiosity Daily
Early Warning Birds, Ancient Fairy Tales, Breaks vs. Sprains

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 13:37


Learn about how birds could help us predict natural disasters; fairy tales' old origins; and how breaks and sprains heal. Kivi Kuaka: how birds could be the key to an early warning system for natural disasters by Briana Brownell  Hakai Magazine. (2021). Can Birds Help Us Avoid Natural Disasters? | Hakai Magazine. Hakai Magazine; Hakai Magazine. https://www.hakaimagazine.com/news/can-birds-help-us-avoid-natural-disasters/  ‌The project - Kivi Kuaka. (2021, May 3). Kivi Kuaka. https://kivikuaka.fr/theproject/?lang=en  Your Favorite Fairy Tales Are Way Older Than You Think by Ashley Hamer  Folk tales are older than you think - Durham University. (2021). Dur.ac.uk. https://www.dur.ac.uk/news/research/?itemno=27041 ‌ Comparative phylogenetic analyses uncover the ancient roots of Indo-European folktales | Royal Society Open Science. (2016). Royal Society Open Science. https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rsos.150645 ‌ No fairy tale: Origins of some famous stories go back thousands of years. (2016, January 20). Science News. https://www.sciencenews.org/article/no-fairy-tale-origins-some-famous-stories-go-back-thousands-years  ‌Keats, J. (2017). The Origins of an Ancient Fairy Tale. Discover Magazine; Discover Magazine. https://www.discovermagazine.com/planet-earth/the-origins-of-an-ancient-fairy-tale  Fairy Tales: September 2021 podcast playlist | Podcast Brunch Club. (2021, August 31). Podcast Brunch Club. https://podcastbrunchclub.com/fairytales/  Why do breaks heal faster than sprains? by Cameron Duke  Clemence Lim. (2021, June 14). Better to break a bone than to tear a ligament or tendon? Ask your Physio. Core Concepts Physiotherapy; Core Concepts Pte Ltd. https://www.coreconcepts.com.sg/article/better-to-break-a-bone/  Healing Expectations for Different Tissue Types - Symmetry Physical Therapy. (2017, July 25). Symmetry Physical Therapy. https://symmetryptaustin.com/healing-expectations-for-different-tissue-types/  J Gordon Betts, Desaix, P., Johnson, E., Johnson, J. E., Korol, O., Kruse, D., Poe, B., Wise, J., Womble, M. D., Young, K. A., & College, O. (2013). Anatomy & physiology. Openstax College, Rice University. Ligament. (2020). Physiopedia. https://www.physio-pedia.com/Ligament  ligament | Definition, Function, Types, & Facts | Britannica. (2021). In Encyclopædia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/science/ligament  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RowingChat
Leg to back connection | Faster Masters Rowing Radio

RowingChat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 42:31


Leg to back connection to make stroke power in rowing - Faster Masters Rowing Radio - the podcast for masters rowers. Tips, advice and discussion from Marlene Royle and Rebecca Caroe. Support this show with a donation https://fastermastersrowing.com/podcast Timestamps 02:15 This Past Week - what we do to advocate for masters rowing. Rigging inaccuracies around the pins. 07:00 The Caught Short Kit for female athletes who menstruate - Help yourself to pads and tampons. Can you make one for your club? 10:00 Legs to Back Connection The power of the legs has to be connected to the oar handle. Leg drive must directly move the oar handle. If you drive and don't move the handle = shooting the slide. If you move the handle and don't move the legs = no power Feel Pressure on your hands and feet - check for yourself. Often described as the hardest part of the rowing stroke to train. 14:00 How does the kinetic chain link? This is how you are connected together. The biomechanics of how the body moves and flexes. The levers of bones connect through the joints. Ligaments connect bones to bones. Tendons connect muscles to bones. There are 2 types of kinetic chain in exercise sport The open kinetic chain - where the limb is free and not fixed to an object The closed kinetic chain - where the limb is connected to the ground or something firm 18:00 Rowing is a closed kinetic chain you are working off the oar handle, foot plate and the oar in the water. Sponsor www.onedayu.com/rowingchat 21:00 Training glutes - as you drive off the catch it's the quads that activate first and as your heels go down you will add in your glutes. Gluteal amnesia - it can be hard to activate the glutes as we age. Strong glutes support your lower back. 23:40 Train your glutes by practicing isometrically. Squeeze them when standing, driving, sitting. To load your body weight in the boat you have got to use your glutes. Be aware of them being strong and activated as you row. 27:00 Drills - keep pressure on the foot stretcher in the last third of the leg drive. Glute bridges Side squats Fire Hydrants (this is funny.... check out the comments on the video at this point) Hungarian split squats Use exercise bands Lunges 30:00 Timing the switch from legs to back in the power phase. When the blade is loaded - notice if this varies. Feel the blade is or is not stable in the water. Handle pressure stays continuous and horizontal through the stroke. If the body comes in too early you can lift the handle and the blade goes deep as a consequence. Exaggeration exercises - try swinging the back early or later. Make the back swing more dynamic Arms and body only rowing to isolate the swing. Check your force curve on the erg. Back swing adds length to your stroke.

Virginia Water Radio
Episode 595 (9-20-21): Water and the Human Skeleton

Virginia Water Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021


CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (4:40).Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments ImagesExtra Information Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.). Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 9-15-21. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the week of September 20, 2021.  This revised episode from October 2015 is part of a series this fall of episodes on water connections to the human body and human biology. MUSIC – 16 sec – Instrumental That's part of “Halloween,” by John McCutcheon on his 1998 album “Autumnsongs.”  In this first week of autumn, with Halloween merchandise already in stores and on some people's minds, that organ music sets the stage for exploring a vital human organ system that's also one of Halloween's most familiar spectres.  Have a listen for about 15 second to some mystery sounds, and see if you can guess that organ system.  And here's a hint: we couldn't move at all, much less rattle around, without this remarkable framework. SOUNDS  - 13 sec If you guessed the skeleton or skeletal system, you're right!  The rattling you heard was from a plastic Halloween skeleton, accompanied by some creepy laughter from a talking skull decoration.  Since ancient times, human skeletons have been used in art, literature, and culture as symbols of danger, death, and dryness. In fact, the word “skeleton” comes from Latin and Greek words meaning “dried up.”  But there's nothing dead nor dry about a functioning human skeleton.  Our 206 bones contain active cells and tissues that continually take in and release calcium and phosphorus while producing new bone, blood, and fat cells. Bone is about 25 to 30 percent water by weight, with the rest consisting of minerals plus connective protein fibers called collagen.  Water is the main component of cartilage, the relatively flexible tissue in our nose and ears and between bones, including in the disks between the vertebrae in our spine.  In those spinal disks, cartilage fibers enclose a watery core, and this water's resistance to being compressed helps vertebrae move while not being pushed together. Ligaments and tendons join bone and cartilage in the complex, multi-purpose skeletal system.  Aided by water, the skeleton supports the body; protects internal organs; produces cells; and provides levers, pivot points, and cushions to the forces acting on and within the body.  All that, and it's also a classic Halloween image! Thanks to John McCutcheon and Appalseed Productions for permission to use this week's music, and we get the jump on the season of scary skeletons with about 25 more seconds of “Halloween.” MUSIC – 28 sec – Lyrics: “For just one night, I'm allowed to fantasize.  Halloween, here we go.” SHIP'S BELL Virginia Water Radio is produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, part of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources and Environment.  For more Virginia water sounds, music, or information, visit us online at virginiawaterradio.org, or call the Water Center at (540) 231-5624.  Thanks to Ben Cosgrove for his version of “Shenandoah” to open and close the show.  In Blacksburg, I'm Alan Raflo, thanking you for listening, and wishing you health, wisdom, and good water. AUDIO NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This Virginia Water Radio episode revises and replaces Episode 287, 10-26-15. “Halloween,” from the 1998 album “Four Seasons: Autumnsongs” on Rounder Records, is copyright by John McCutcheon/Appalsongs and Si Kahn/Joe Hill Music, used with permission of John McCutcheon.  More information about John McCutcheon is available online at http://www.folkmusic.com/.  Thanks to Eric Grace Deedy of Appalseed Productions for her help in acquiring permission to use this music.  More information about Appalseed Productions is available online at https://appalseed-productions-2.square.site/.Click here if you'd like to hear the full version (2 min./22 sec.) of the “Shenandoah” arrangement/performance by Ben Cosgrove that opens and closes this episode.  More information about Mr. Cosgrove is available online at http://www.bencosgrove.com. IMAGES Structure of human long bones (bones that are longer than they are wide).  Illustration from National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute, SEER Training Module, “Skeletal System/Classification of Bones,” online at https://training.seer.cancer.gov/anatomy/skeletal/.  Skeleton-themed items, including those shown in the two photos above, were part of the Halloween merchandise for sale at a Blacksburg, Va., store on September 15, 2021.EXTRA INFORMATION ABOUT THE HUMAN SKELETON The following information is quoted from the National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute, SEER Training Module, “Skeletal System/Introduction” online at https://training.seer.cancer.gov/anatomy/skeletal/. “Humans are vertebrates, animals having a vertebral column or backbone.  They rely on a sturdy internal frame that is centered on a prominent spine.  The human skeletal system consists of bones, cartilage, ligaments and tendons and accounts for about 20 percent of the body weight. “The living bones in our bodies use oxygen and give off waste products in metabolism.  They contain active tissues that consume nutrients, require a blood supply, and change shape or remodel in response to variations in mechanical stress. “Bones provide a rigid framework, known as the skeleton, that supports and protects the soft organs of the body. “The skeleton supports the body against the pull of gravity.  The large bones of the lower limbs support the trunk when standing. “The skeleton also protects the soft body parts.  The fused bones of the cranium surround the brain to make it less vulnerable to injury.  Vertebrae surround and protect the spinal cord and bones of the rib cage help protect the heart and lungs of the thorax. “Bones work together with muscles as simple mechanical lever systems to produce body movement. “Bones contain more calcium than any other organ.  The intercellular matrix of bone contains large amounts of calcium salts, the most important being calcium phosphate. “When blood calcium levels decrease below normal, calcium is released from the bones so that there will be an adequate supply for metabolic needs.  When blood calcium levels are increased, the excess calcium is stored in the bone matrix.  The dynamic process of releasing and storing calcium goes on almost continuously. “Hematopoiesis, the formation of blood cells, mostly takes place in the red marrow of the bones. “In infants, red marrow is found in the bone cavities.  With age, it is largely replaced by yellow marrow for fat storage.  In adults, red marrow is limited to the spongy bone in the skull, ribs, sternum, clavicles, vertebrae and pelvis.  Red marrow functions in the formation of red blood cells, white blood cells and blood platelets. SOURCES Used for Audio Joseph Hammill and Kathleen M. Knutzen, Biomechanical Basis of Human Movement—Third Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, Md., and Philadelphia, Penn., 2009. Harry N. Herkowitz et al., The Spine—Fourth Edition (Vol. I), W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, Penn., 1999.W. Henry Hollinshead and Cornelius Rosse, Textbook of Anatomy—Fourth Edition, Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1985.Evelyn Kelly, The Skeletal System, Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn., 2004. Lakeland Community College, “The Skull and Skeleton in Art: Folk Art to Pop Culture,” https://www.facebook.com/events/1633218576961435/. Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “Skeleton,” online at https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/skeleton. National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute, SEER Training Module, “Skeletal System,” online at https://training.seer.cancer.gov/anatomy/skeletal/. Icy Sedgwick, “Skeleton Folklore,” published by Folklore Thursday, October 26, 2017, online at https://folklorethursday.com/halloween/i-can-feel-it-in-my-bones-skeletons-in-folklore/. Walt Disney Animation Studies, “The Skeleton Dance,” 1929, online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOGhAV-84iI&t=27s.For More Information about Water and the Human Body Mayo Clinic Health System, “Water: Essential to your body,” online at https://www.mayoclinichealthsystem.org/hometown-health/speaking-of-health/water-essential-to-your-body. U.S. Geological Survey, “The Water in You: Water and the Human Body,” https://www.usgs.gov/special-topic/water-science-school/science/water-you-water-and-human-body?qt-science_center_objects=0#qt-science_center_objects.RELATED VIRGINIA WATER RADIO EPISODES All Water Radio episodes are listed by category at the Index link above (http://www.virginiawaterradio.org/p/index.html).  See particularly the “Science” subject category. Following are links to other episodes on connections of water to human biology.  Please note that some of these episodes are being redone in fall 2021; in those cases, the respective links below will have information on the updated episodes.  Episode 195, 1-6-14 – Water thermodynamics.Episode 393, 11-6-17 – Disease: Influenza.Episode 466, 4-1-19 – Water intake and sports.Episode 517, 3-23-20 and Episode 519, 4-6-20 – Disease: Water connections to COVID-19.Episode 592, 8-30-21 – Overview of water's roles in the body.Episode 593, 9-6-21 – Circulatory system connections to water.Episode 594, 9-13-21 – Neurological system connections to water. FOR VIRGINIA TEACHERS – RELATED STANDARDS OF LEARNING (SOLs) AND OTHER INFORMATION Following are some Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs) that may be supported by this episode's audio/transcript, sources, or other information included in this post. 2020 Music SOLs SOLs at various grade levels that call for “examining the relationship of music to the other fine arts and other fields of knowledge.” 2018 Science SOLs Grades K-3 plus 5: MatterK.4 – Water is important in our daily lives and has properties. Grades K-4: Living Systems and Processes1.5 – Animals, including humans, have basic life needs that allow them to survive. Grade 66.6 – Water has unique physical properties and has a role in the natural and human-made environment. Life ScienceLS.3 – There are levels of structural organization in living things.LS.7 – Adaptations support an organism's survival in an ecosystem. Physical SciencePS.8 – Work, force, and motion are related. BiologyBIO.2 – Chemical and biochemical processes are essential for life.BIO.3 – Cells have structure and function.Virginia's SOLs are available from the Virginia Department of Education, online at http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/. Following are links to Water Radio episodes (various topics) designed especially for certain K-12 grade levels. Episode 250, 1-26-15 – on boiling, for kindergarten through 3rdgrade.Episode 255, 3-2-15 – on density, for 5th and 6th grade.Episode 282, 9-21-15 – on living vs. non-living, for kindergarten.Episode 309, 3-28-16 – on temperature regulation in animals, for kindergarten through 12th grade.Episode 333, 9-12-16 – on dissolved gases, especially dissolved oxygen in aquatic habitats, for 5th grade.Episode 403, 1-15-18 – on freezing and ice, for kindergarten through 3rd grade.Episode 404, 1-22-18 – on ice on ponds and lakes, for 4ththrough 8th grade.Episode 406, 2-5-18 – on ice on rivers, for middle school.Episode 407, 2-12-18 – on snow chemistry and physics, for high school.Episode 483, 7-29-19 – on buoyancy and drag, for middle school and high school.Episode 524, 5-11-20 – on sounds by water-related animals, for elementary school through high school.Episode 531, 6-29-20 – on various ways that animals get water, for 3rd and 4th grade.Episode 539, 8-24-20

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Lunge & Lift Podcast
Episode 77 - 5 Steps back from injury to full training

Lunge & Lift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 48:15


This week on @lunge.lift @robstubbspt and @ashgrossmann.coach come at us with 5 stepping stones to take on the road to recovery. Bouncing back from an injury can be just as much of a mental challenge as it is physically demanding. Find out what the lads have to say on making that bench time beneficial as opposed to being a roadblock in your training journey.   We journey through ⬇️

Better with Dr. Stephanie
Menstrual Cycle Masterclass: Week 2

Better with Dr. Stephanie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 33:33


Understanding what happens in the second week of your menstrual cycle. We discuss the role of Testosterone, and how it increases our libido. As well as, how to approach exercise and nutrition during this week of your cycle,  fasting, the urge to socialize, and supplementation.  Betty Hormones Sign-up: https://hellobetty.club/betty-hormones/ Thank you to our sponsors: Athletic Greens - athleticgreens.com/stephanieOrion Red Light Therapy - Use promo code STEPHANIE10 for 10% off - https://www.orionrlt.ca/?ref=StephanieLumen - Use promo code DRSTEPHANIE25 for $25 Dollars off - https://www.lumen.me/LMNT Electrolytes - FREE 7 flavor sample pack at http://drinklmnt.com/DrEstimaSome of the links above are affiliate links. Making a purchase through these links won't cost you anything (and in many cases give you a discount), but we will receive a small commission. This is an easy, free way of supporting the podcast. Thank you! Social: https://www.instagram.com/dr.stephanie.estimahttps://www.facebook.com/groups/betterwithdrstephanie Membership Site:https://hellobetty.club/  Episode Overview: 4:08 Introduction To Week 28:07 Testosterone, Sex Hormones & Libidio 11:02 Movement  14:28 Cardio 17:00 Ligaments 19:44 Carbohydrates 22:27 Fasting25:21 Socialization 28:56 Supplementation   More information about the book at The Betty Body Book Join the Betty Booty ChallengeJoin the Hello Betty Community here! 

Association of Academic Physiatrists
Episode 9: MSK, Knee Ligaments and Menisci

Association of Academic Physiatrists

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 16:00


To help you prepare for your PM&R Board Exams, we're bringing you a podcast series dedicated to current practices and core knowledge that you will be tested on. The AAP's Board Review podcasts are directed by Resident Physicians Margaret Beckwith, MD and Collin Byrne, MD, MSc. The hosts of this episode, Benjamin Gill, DO, MBA and Taylor Colon, DO, both attend the University of Missouri. The objective of this episode is to learn about injuries related to knee Ligaments and menisci. Please send feedback to aapdigitaloutreach@gmail.com so we can best suit your learning needs! For more AAP content, follow us on Twitter or Instagram at @AAPhysiatrists.

Bridges2Barbells Radio
Episode 56: Why is strength training important as we Age?

Bridges2Barbells Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 22:23


Why is Strength Training Important as we Age? How does strength training change the negative effects of aging? What is sarcopenia? Is there a treatment for sarcopenia? Today I'm going to discuss what happens to our body as we age, how much muscle we lose, why we lose muscle, why our metabolism slows, and how we can prevent muscle and strength loss even as we age. Building lean muscle and building strength is a must if you want to prevent the negative effects of aging and live a thriving, long, and healthy life. Don't skip out on this episode if you're under 40 years old. The more we can prevent the effects of sarcopenia through strength training and proper nutrition, the easier it will be to maintain strength and thrive as you age. To train like me join me on the app: www.bridges2barbells.com/trainingapp References for this episode: Bradlee, M. L., Mustafa, J., Singer, M. R., & Moore, L. L. (2018). High-protein foods and physical activity protect against age-related muscle loss and functional decline. The Journal of Gerontology: Series A, 73(1), 88-94. https://doi-org.ezproxy.liberty.edu/10.1093/gerona/glx070 Chen, H., Chung, Y., Chen, Y., Ho, S., & Wu, H. (2017). Effects of different types of exercise on body composition, muscle strength, and IGF‐1 in the elderly with sarcopenic obesity. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (JAGS), 65(4), 827-832. https://doi.org/10.1111/jgs.14722 Keller, K., & Engelhardt, M. (2013). Strength and muscle mass loss with aging process. age and strength loss. Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal, 3(4), 346-350.  

Simp Chronicles
"Love, Victor" Season Two Is Unironically Hilarious!

Simp Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 55:08


On this episode, Luis talks Simpy Freestyle, Simp Of The Week, I tap into my inner Jerry Seinfeld, Why men wouldn't date  a single mom, Brooklyn Nets Stars getting injured, I will give up Ligaments for the nets to win, Kanye dating a hot chick,  "Love, Victor" Season Two is fucking hysterically funny, Ufc 263,  Tik Tokers boxing? Why?, No man with one arm is beating me in basketball, Chrissy Teigen apologizing and much more! @lflechajr26 on instagram and @lflechajr on twitter!

Simp Chronicles
"Love, Victor" Season Two Is Unironically Hilarious!

Simp Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 55:08


On this episode, Luis talks Simpy Freestyle, Simp Of The Week, I tap into my inner Jerry Seinfeld, Why men wouldn't date  a single mom, Brooklyn Nets Stars getting injured, I will give up Ligaments for the nets to win, Kanye dating a hot chick,  "Love, Victor" Season Two is fucking hysterically funny, Ufc 263,  Tik Tokers boxing? Why?, No man with one arm is beating me in basketball, Chrissy Teigen apologizing and much more! @lflechajr26 on instagram and @lflechajr on twitter!

This EndoLife
8 Strategies for Loosening Adhesions and Freeing a 'Frozen' Pelvis

This EndoLife

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 39:47


As some of you may know, I’m doing a lot of work at present to free up my pelvic area from adhesions and tightness caused by pulled fascia and a tight pelvic floor, which in physio speak is a hypertonic pelvic floor. So I thought  this would be a great time to talk about some strategies you can bring into your daily life to help loosen adhesions and a frozen pelvis. Transcript: I’ve talked about adhesions and fascia before, but let’s do a quick recap of what adhesions and fascia are.  So fascia is a thin sheet of tissue made from collagen that sits beneath your skin and holds your organs and muscles in place. It also surrounds all the organs, nerves, blood vessels, etc. Fascia surrounding the body is like a bed sheet, if you pinch it or one end, the rest will wrinkle. So what can happen when we’ve had surgery is that these incisions create puckering and scarring in the fascia, which ends up tightening the fascia and pulling it in other directions. Fascia can also become distorted from inflammation, injuries and muscular problems like pelvic floor dysfunction. Adhesions are a form of scar tissue. They are web-like structures and bands of collagen that grow in response to injury and trauma, to ‘knit’ back together a wounded area and as part of the healing process from infection and inflammation. Collagen strands bond together to protect the damaged area to allow healing to occur in a safe and isolated environment, and if an infection is present, they protect the rest of the body by preventing the spread.  Adhesions occur in nearly all cases of abdominal surgery, the results vary from study to study but one large and long study found that between 55% to 100% of women who had pelvic surgery developed adhesions, and up to 90% of people who had major abdominal surgery - so something like a caesarean - developed adhesions. So, if you’ve had one or more surgeries for endo, it’s very likely that you have some adhesions.  Adhesions can also form from inflammation, which we know occurs in those of us with endo due to the lesions and can occur in those of us with SIBO, because the body sees it as an infection. Again, as you probably know by now, research has shown that up to 80% of us with endo may have SIBO, so this could be an additional cause of your adhesions and frozen pelvis. It’s also worth noting here that adhesions can actually cause SIBO too, because they prevent the normal flow of gut.   So, what can we do about it? Thankfully, there are numerous ways to loosen adhesions and free up a frozen pelvis, and as a result, lower the pain and other challenges associated with them. So let’s dive in to my top 8 strategies. This list isn’t exhaustive by any means, and you don’t need to do them all! Just pick those that feel the most helpful for you and suit your lifestyle and budget.    1. Foam Rolling Number one is foam rolling, which is an effective and affordable at home strategy which you can use every day if you’d like to! With foam rolling, we’re really looking at loosening the fascia rather than working on the adhesions directly. As I said earlier, fascia can get tight, pulled, puckered, and wrinkled, and if it’s experiencing it in one place, it can affect other areas in the body.  Foam rolling helps to release a distorted fascia and is when we literally use a long foam cylinder to roll back and forth across various areas of our body. With foam rolling for endo or other pelvic pain issues, we’re not just rolling back and forth on our pelvis, we’re rolling across our hips, bums, back, upper back and legs.  In the show notes I have linked to videos on how to do this, by physiotherapist Dr. Nicole Cozean. You can order foam rollers from Amazon for about £11 and in the beginning, I would suggest starting gently with a soft roller that’s smooth, especially if you’ve experiencing a lot of pain. Now with all of these methods, listen to your body. Some discomfort is normal when we’re working with releasing facia and adhesions, but if it’s really painful, ease up and go lightly or if it doesn’t feel right at all, appreciate that this may not be the right approach for you at first.  In an ideal world, we’d use these strategies under the guidance of a physiotherapist, but I know that’s not always an affordable option for everyone, so carefully watch the tutorials and if you’d like to do some further research to be really comfortable, I suggest reading Know Your Endo by Jessica Murnane, as she interviews Heba Shaheed, who I’ve had on the podcast before as well, and they talk about foam rolling extensively in the book.   2.   Visceral Manipulation  Next up is visceral manipulation, which honestly, if you can afford it, I really believe is worth a try! Visceral manipulation is a form of organ massage which was designed by physiotherapist Jean-Pierre Barral with the particular intention to free up organs from adhesions and other structural issues that are restricting them. Organs are supposed to be able to expand and move gently as our body moves, and glide smoothly over muscles and nerves as we go about our day. When adhesions or some kind of other structural problem is keeping them stuck, that’s when we can experience pain and organ dysfunction.  Visceral manipulation is very effective for releasing these organs and loosening adhesions and I’ve seen some incredible results with my clients. What I will caution here is that it can feel quite intense and aggressive at times, and if your pelvis is very stuck, you may be better off starting more gently with a different type of massage like some kind of womb massage such as the one I’m going to suggest in the next point.  If you’re going to try visceral manipulation, make sure you’re comfortable with your therapist and be very clear with them about the pain or discomfort you experience within the session, so they know when to ease up or when to stop working on an area if it feels too much. I can tell you from personal experience that gritting your teeth and baring it does not always end well!  Other greats forms of organ/abdominal massage include Mercier Therapy and Clear Passage. Clear Passage is really the holy grail with lots of research behind it for endo and SIBO, but it’s incredibly expensive, so you may be better off trying the other techniques first. However, I do highly recommend it if you can afford it!  I’ve linked in the show notes how to find practitioners for all of these that I’ve just mentioned.   3.  Arvigo Massage Third on our list is Arvigo Therapy, which is a form of abdominal massage that is much more gentle than the ones I just mentioned previously. The benefit of Arvigo Therapy is that you only need one session, which can be done over Zoom, to learn it from a therapist, and then you can just practice it daily at home every evening.  Now in my conversation with Tara Ghosh, who is an Arvigo Therapist and actually taught me personally, she shares that whilst Arvigo Therapy doesn’t directly loosen adhesions like visceral manipulation does, it does encourage circulation to the area and helps to relax the muscles and organs in the area, which can then have the indirect effect of loosening a frozen pelvis. However, I have seen some articles by therapists claiming it can loosen adhesions, perhaps they mean indirectly or perhaps there are differing opinions, but you can listen to the interview with Tara in episode 127 to learn more.  I highly recommend working with Tara because she’s just the loveliest person, and you can reach out to her directly via the details she shared in the interview (and I’ll put her Instagram in the show notes) but if you want to find another therapist, I’ve linked to the directory in the show notes. I’m pretty sure Tara sees clients from all over the world.   4.  Breaking up your time sitting down Number four is all about breaking up the time you spend sitting down at your desk, specifically by using a standing desk and by taking regular breaks.  Now, there’s been a lot of debate and controversy over this in the past few days. You may have seen in my stories I posted about my standing desk, which I use at varying intervals during the day, alternating between sitting and standing. I do this because my own physios and my colleagues, many of who are pelvic floor physios and my pelvic pain training, have always taught me that sitting for long periods of time without a break can worsen pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms through shortening and weaking the muscles in the area and restricting blood flow.  My understanding was that sitting down for long periods of time without breaks shortens the muscles in the front of our hips and pelvis, which means when we stand, walk or do anything else that isn’t sitting, we have restricted movement, tension, tightness and are more likely to experience pain. And if we have adhesions in the area, sitting down for long periods of time lessens the opportunity to stretch them and release them, making their hold on our organs stronger and tighter. However, I had quite an strongly worded message form a physio informing me that this simply isn’t true and that muscles don’t shorten or lengthen, which absolutely threw me. So I went away and spoke to some colleagues and they all said that yes, muscles shorten and that sitting for prolonged periods of time causes this and can worsen pelvic floor issues. So I was quite confused!  I wanted to dig a bit deeper to understand why this physio said they don’t and I think what it boils down to is terminology, and oversimplification to make physio language easy for patients to understand. From what I gather through my own research and conversations is that the muscles don’t actually change length, but they lose their ability to stretch so they become restricted. Here’s how one of the PTs I spoke to put it.  Martha Spalding, Circle of Health Physical Therapy, CA: “Muscle length stays the same so no, they don’t elongate but they can be contracted, weak in both eccentric and concentric contractions, strained, sprained, torn and severed. Ligaments can be overstretched and they can have laxity, which is common during pregnancy and some people just have genetic ligamentous laxity. Prolonged sitting is stressful on the entire spine and pelvic floor as it is a prolonged static position in weight bearing on the pelvis. The pelvis is generally rotated posteriorly. Depending on the muscles, you can determine the stress component in the sitting position. This prolonged position does impact the fascial slings which can become restricted.” So to help understand this better, eccentric contraction means when muscle length increases from tension during a movement, like a stretch. In contrast, concentric contraction is when a muscle shortens and tenses in order to bear weight and counteract resistance, so think about lifting a dumbbell in a bicep curl. So in short, the ability to perform these contractions can become weaker. Laxity is defined as ‘looseness of muscle’, but I wouldn’t say this would be occurring here, it’s just an example she’s providing to demonstrate how muscles change.   After these conversations, the physio who originally contacted me also replied to say that sitting all day without any movement would cause joint and muscle stiffness, but she was also very clear to state that there are no detrimental effects on the pelvis with sitting.  So clearly there are some cross overs here, but also some differing of opinions. As I’m not a physio, I can’t really give you a definite answer so I’m providing you with the information I have gained and also what I have learned in my own time in training and working with physios. To my knowledge, yes, sitting without breaks and movement can have an impact, but I’ll leave it to you to decide.  My practice is to alternate between sitting and standing throughout the day, as I feel comfortable. When I start to feel tired and my legs need a break, I sit down, and when I feel like I’ve been sitting for long enough, I stand. And every 30 minutes to an hour of sitting at my desk working, I get up and do some form of movement, usually it’s a couple of minutes of rebounding, stretching, walking around the house or a few minutes of exercise and literally it’s just like 3 to 5 minutes. Now I appreciate that if you have chronic pelvic pain and a weak core from pelvic floor dysfunction and from living with chronic pain, that using a standing desk can be difficult to do. So I suggest starting when only you’re ready with smaller periods of time to build up the strength in the core and to also have a cushioned mat under your feet or cushioned slippers to soften the impact. If you need to first spend some time just practicing taking breaks with gentle movement to build up your strength, or if you need to do some physio first or work on pain alleviation, do that first. This is just an option and you have to do what feels right for you – don’t rush into using a standing desk just because I’ve talked about it today, make sure it’s the right choice for you.  If you do buy a standing desk, you should also be swapping your positions when you’re standing up, so you’re not just constantly bearing down on your joints. I’ve linked to a helpful article in the show notes on different positions to adopt and how to stand in a healthy way when using a standing desk. There’s now mounting information on the health risks of sitting for long periods of time without breaks or movement, including heightened inflammation, which you guys know is super important for us to keep on top of, so if you’re employed by a company, they really shouldn’t be surprised by you asking for a standing desk. And in fact, it should fall under reasonable adjustments to help make you feel more comfortable when living with endometriosis. If you have trouble getting your company to agree, I suggest having a listen to my interviews with Vickie Williams and Clare from See Her Thrive, which are both about your rights as an employee with endometriosis in the workplace. If you’re curious to learn more about the health considerations and research behind prolonged sitting, I’ve linked to a couple of articles in the show notes. If you’re self-employed like I am, you can easily order a standing desk online. Prices range dramatically from whole desks which adjust to become either a seated or standing desk at about £1000 or cardboard desk toppers that you just put on top of your desk, and that you rest your keyboard and computer or laptop on, and these are around £15.  If you’re not quite ready for a standing desk or you’d like something extra to support your pelvis further when sitting, it’s best to take a quick break from sitting every 30 minutes if possible. I recently spoke to Rachal Dutton, The Period Whisperer, and she suggested getting up and doing hip circles both clockwise and anticlockwise for a minute or so or doing cat cow stretches whilst still in your chair. There are tonnes of movements you can do whilst seated to give your pelvis a quick break, so if you’d like more options, do some extra research until you find some that suit you!  To bring this unusually controversial tip to an end, I want to reassure you that if you need to sit down or lay down regularly, it’s okay. The key really is about trying to add in healthy movement as and when your health allows, and to take frequent short breaks from the sitting position, again as and when your health allows. I understand that there are days when all you can do is stay curled up, I’ve been there too! But on the days when you feel stronger, consider some small movements like rotating your hips or a quick cat cow to break things up a bit.    5.  Pelvic floor stretches You knew I was going to go there. Pelvic floor physio stretches are essential, in my opinion, to loosening adhesions and freeing up a frozen pelvis. Of course, in an ideal world, we’d all go to pelvic floor physiotherapists who can give us tailored stretches to do daily at home, but that’s not an option for some people on smaller incomes. So if that’s you, you’ll be pleased to know that there are so many pelvic floor stretches for endo and chronic pelvic pain available online and in books.  I’ve linked to videos, articles and books in the show notes for you to choose from, and all of these are designed by professional and specialised women’s health pelvic floor physiotherapists. What I will say is to listen to your body here. If you’re experiencing pain, or you have a strong reaction, ease up or try a different stretch – you may be currently too tight or ‘frozen’ in the pelvic area to attempt certain stretches for the time being, so start slower and allow some space and flexibility to build before attempting those pain triggering ones again. You could add these in during your day, as part of your break from sitting, or in the morning as a way to wake your body up, or in the evening to help you to wind down. Whatever it is, find a time that suits you and don’t worry, you don’t have to spend half an hour on this! Ten or even five minutes is fine! Just start and try to get them in as often as possible, daily if you can – but don’t stress if you can’t!  Now of course, I don’t know your personal circumstances, so if stretching isn’t the right choice for you right now, don’t worry, try something else from this list that is.   6.  Proteolytic enzymes  Alright, number six is proteolytic enzymes. Proteolytic enzymes are enzymes which break down proteins into amino acids. Proteolytic enzymes, when used for healing, help to reduce inflammation post-surgery and aid in clearing waste products from the wound site, and help to reduce adhesion formation. This is because of course, the building blocks of tissue are proteins!  However, because they reduce adhesion formation, there is the risk that if there is an infection at the site of the wound, that it could spread, as adhesions play a role in isolating infection sites from the rest of the body. This is rare but has been known to happen. Another thing to note is that the research is limited, with most of the research being in oral surgery or sports related injuries. The only study we have on enzymes for endo specifically is one we use commonly at IWHI and that’s Wobenzyme. Wobenzyme was shown to reduce pain and inflammation post-surgery and inhibit the formation of new blood vessels, reducing the chances of further endo development and adhesion formation.  The dose used in the study was the label dose for 40-60 days pre-op and then 60 days post op. You need to take Wobenzyme away from food, otherwise the enzymes will just be used for digestion.  Now most of the studies on adhesion formation are conducted pre and post-op, so I really can’t say whether they’d make a difference if you surgery was five years ago for example, my instinct is that they wouldn’t aid with the adhesions but they might help with inflammation.    7.  Castor oil  So number seven is castor oil and this one is also a little controversial, so I’ll provide you with the info and you can make your own decision about it.  I know countless leading women’s health practitioners who use castor oil to soften and break down adhesions and who experience great success with it with their clients. However, it’s generally considered that more research needs to be done, though there is research on castor oil’s abilities to lower inflammation, reduce symptoms of constipation, improve circulation, and stimulate muscle relaxation.  You may have heard Arvigo Therapist Tara Ghosh break it down in my interview with her. She explained that castor oil actually triggers the immune system, due to some of its chemical components, however, on responding to the call and finding no poison to clear, the immune system goes about utilising its tools on repairing and healing the pelvic area, which in turn helps to break down and clear adhesions. She also emphasises that the lowering of inflammation and improving of blood flow to the area, thanks to castor oil, is part of how this process works.  She’s not the only fan either. I had a conversation about castor oil with my colleagues and so many of them used castor oil packs to break down adhesions, and Nicole Jardim is a fan of using them for endometriosis and period pain.  So if you want to learn how to make your own castor oil pack and how and when to safely use them, I advise listening to my interview with Tara who has a really quick and easy method as opposed to the often messy and sticky traditional approach!   8.  Heat Therapy Last up is heat therapy. Yet another controversial one.  Heat therapy is often used by practitioners to help loosen fascia, muscles and break down adhesions. I recently spoke to Rachel Dutton who strongly recommended it to me to help with the lower right side of my pelvis, which is really stuck and isn’t responding well to body work therapy because it’s just too frozen and so I need to start with a gentler approach. She explained to me that heat therapy stimulates blood flow, which as a result helps to break down scar tissue and suggested this as one of the first options I should try.  Additionally, increased blood flow will allow the muscles to relax as more oxygen is delivered and so any muscles which were contracting due to restricted access to oxygen, which is common when you have a tight, bunched up pelvis, can start to loosen and become more mobile. There’s also research showing how heat therapy can prevent adhesions from building up so much after injury. Unfortunately PubMed was down at the time of writing this, so I haven’t got a tonne of studies to stick in the show notes but I’ve put in a few articles and one or two studies, and of course you can do some of your own research as well. So now the controversy comes in. Some sources, but not many, claim that heat can loosen adhesions and fascia and then as they cool, they stiffen up again, and become stiffer than before. I dug into this further and honestly, I couldn’t really decipher how they sources came to that conclusion, and I spoke to multiple colleagues about this who were equally as baffled and looked at the articles with me, and didn’t really feel the claims were fully supported.  However, one research paper does discuss the rebound phenomenon, where the positive effects of heat therapy are actually only present for 20-30 minutes. So for 20 to 30 minutes, blood vessel dilate and blood flow increases, but afterwards, the blood vessels actually start to constrict again, preventing blood flow, so this is definitely worth taking into consideration.  After I raised this to my colleagues, they all agreed that they only use heat therapy for 20 to 30 minutes in terms of hot water bottles, normally applied alongside castor oil packs and perhaps alongside a massage therapy treatment. They were also very keen to stress that they never use boiling water in a hot water bottle, only warm water. However, I’m curious about whether we can go a step further than hot water bottles. For a long time now, I’ve been very interested in the research behind infrared therapy, which has been shown to heal muscle injury, tissue damage and lower inflammation. For this reason, I’ve been really curious about infrared sauna belts and infrared heat pads for my chronic bladder pain, because they have so many benefits, but I just haven’t bought one yet as I’m spending so much on SIBO healing. The prices that I have seen range between £50 and £60, so not that expensive, but for some of us a hot water bottle is the more affordable choice.  So whilst I can be sure about the theory that adhesions and muscles get worse after heat therapy, clinically, heat therapy seems to achieve remarkable results, especially when combined with castor oil packs and massage. Of course, if you’re going to use hot water bottles, just keep it to less than 30 minutes and don’t use water straight off the boil. I think a wonderful way to try heat therapy is to use heat 30 minutes prior to a home massage, like Arvigo Therapy, to relax and soften the muscles so they’re more pliable and open to movement and stretch.  So I hope that has given you some ideas to help you soften your fascia, loosen adhesions and release a frozen pelvis. Remember, what works for one may not work for another, always listen to your body and be guided by what it’s telling you and ideally, consult a practitioner if you can afford to do so.  I would love to hear which strategies you try and how you get on! Please remember I am not a physiotherapist or a masseuse. This information comes from my training as a health coach, my conversations and interviews with leading pelvic floor physios and my experiences a patient. This podcast is here for educational purposes only. Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. This episode is sponsored by my free guide ‘A Natural Pain Relief Tool Kit for Endometriosis’. This four page guide includes evidence based and effective remedies which you can use at home to reduce your pain with endo. Download your copy here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at hello@thisendolife.com or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. Learn all about how to start your own podcast with the complete course from The Pod Farm. Aimed at beginners, this course takes a simple and straightforward approach to planning, equipment buying, setting up, recording, editing and hosting your own podcast. With hours of audio and video materials, and downloadable guides and useful links, this multimedia approach aims to have something for every kind of learner. From now until April 15, newsletter subscribers get 20% off the course price. Visit www.thepodfarm.com to enroll or find out more This episode is sponsored by BeYou. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches and CBD range. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk Show Notes Adhesions https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11528133/   Foam Rolling https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJOzcFS6fGE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umTObqSYay0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6cR3knKFIA   Visceral Manipulation https://www.iahp.com/pages/search/index.php https://clearpassage.com https://www.merciertherapy.com (You currently need to email them directly for a referral)   Arvigo Therapy https://www.arvigotherapy.com/team-members   Sitting https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/expert-answers/sitting/faq-20058005 https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercise/why-sitting-too-much-is-bad-for-us/ https://www.startstanding.org/standing-desks/10-standing-desk-mistakes/#positions   Stretching https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXigFK5hLLF82uZ72jzTvmg/videos https://www.harpercollins.com/products/beating-endo-iris-kerin-orbuch-mdamy-stein-dpt?variant=32903931691042 https://thepelvicexpert.com/blog/6-simple-exercises-to-ease-endometriosis/   Heat Therapy https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31115522/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6214933/ https://www.researchgate.net/publication/300270473_Superficial_Heat_and_Cold_Applications_in_the_Treatment_of_Knee_Osteoarthritis   Castor Oil https://nicolejardim.com/castor-oil/      

Moteur de recherche
Ami imaginaire, biométrie, et ligaments croisés

Moteur de recherche

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 53:15


La vulgarisatrice scientifique Viviane Lalande dit s'il est vrai que les oreilles et le nez des humains grossissent avec l'âge; le vétérinaire Jean Gauvin traite du déchirement des ligaments croisés, une blessure de plus en plus commune chez les chiens; la journaliste Gabrielle Anctil explique comment se créer un ami imaginaire à l'image des «tulpas» chez les moines tibétains; l'experte en cybersécurité Nora Cuppens explique la différence entre la signature numérique et la biométrie; et le journaliste scientifique Charles Prémont vous aide à choisir le meilleur médium pour envoyer un message aux générations futures.

Evolutionary Radio
Evolutionary.org Podcast #380 - TB500 healing peptide - heal bones, ligaments and tendons

Evolutionary Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021 35:40


Evolutionary radio presents another exciting podcast. Host Stevesmi is joined by co-host Rick . Totally raw and unfiltered. This time we discuss TB-500 the peptide 1. TB500- should I try this? 2. History of TB500 3. how does TB500 help us in fitness? 4. How to stack and sides - What dosages do people use? learn more about TB-500 https://www.evolutionary.org/tb500-thymosin-beta-4 discuss TB-500 https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/muscle-repair-bone-68646.html#post1048593 Follow me on Social: http://www.RickyVRock.com/ Follow me and ask me anything: http://www.BigRickRock.com/ Check out the Evolutionary Radio Podcast: https://www.evolutionary.org/podcasts/ Check out the EliteFitness Podcast: https://www.elitefitness.com/articles/elitefitness-com-podcast-01-anavar-profile/

Titan Medical Lifestyle
Episode 154: Titan Lifestyle with Big Dru & John 71: More on peptide BPC 157 - Help repair tendons, joints, ligaments & more - New pro high school basketball league pays players 100k - More surgery for Russian ‘Popeye’ with petroleum jelly ar

Titan Medical Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 56:10


3/5 Titan Lifestyle with Big Dru Our social media: https://linktr.ee/TitanMedicalCenter Live Q&A on #Titanmedical social media! - Injectable healing peptide BPC 157 - Help repair tendons, joints, ligaments & more - New pro high school basketball league pays players 100k - More surgery for Russian ‘Popeye’ with petroleum jelly arms - Nike executive resigns: son used her credit card for sneaker resale business - Mississippi passes bill banning transgender student athletes EVENTS: Mar/7: Naples Motorfest (Mercato) Mar/14: Festivals of Speed Orlando (Ritz-Carlton) Apr/10:NPC Mel Chancey Champion Muscle Classic-Tampa May/15:Tampa Bay Swim Week @WTR Fashion Show May/15:New York Pro (Tampa) Jun/19:Deke Warner Mid Florida Classic Jul/31:Tampa Bay Jeep Fest Aug/7:Tampa Pro Aug/14:NPC Deke Warner Florida State Sep/9-11th:St.Pete Art & Fashion Week 3/1/21 Weekly Newsletter: BPC 157 - Help repair tendons, joints, ligaments & more (https://conta.cc/3kwN2Zv) Text:titanmedical to:22828 to get on our emailing list Titan podcasts: https://titanmedicallifestylepodcast.fireside.fm titan #titanmedical #johntsikouris #health #medicalcenter #peptide #aminos #vitamins #bigdru #johntsikouris Click here for our link to the New patient Paperwork to get started with Titan & our full list of social media! https://linktr.ee/TitanMedicalCenter And of course you can call/text anytime for more info: 727-389-3220 or http://titanmedicalcenter.com/ We service NATIONWIDE! Text:titanmedical to:22828 to get on our emailing list About Titan Medical Center: We offer Hormone Replacement Therapy, Medical Weight Loss, Injectable Vitamin & Amino Therapies, Relationship, Bedroom Enhancing Therapies, On-Site or Nationwide Blood Work Testing, Peptide Therapies, In-House IV Therapy, & Primary Care. We are based in Tampa, Florida but YES we service NATIONWIDE! We can help you enhance your life and performance while operating at optimal health levels. We have medical doctors and start with blood work testing to get you on the right track! Some of our therapies are available without blood work testing. Call Titan Medical Center to learn how you can have a healthier, stronger life. We offer telemedicine (via FaceTime or Skype) from the comfort of your own home where you will see a licensed medical provider. Our Titan therapies are doctor prescribed & shipped directly to your doorstep from a licensed US pharmacy!

The Evidence Based Chiropractor- Chiropractic Marketing and Research

Ligaments are some of the most important structures in our bodies. Discover everything you never knew about these incredibly important connective tissue bands on todays episode.

Kat and Moose Podcast
Press the Flesh and a Coccyx Tail

Kat and Moose Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 49:33


Kat, Moose and Producer Sara have stayed committed to the podcast for over 11 months, this being Episode 38 in addition to our Enneagram Series and Bonus and Shortie episodes. Professor Kat teaches us about more psychological processes she's learned from her therapist. We question if being fat helpful in resisting COVID19 and Moose and Producer Sara question the affect of Blood types thanks to a Harvard medical paper showing some connections. Moose takes and reviews an EverlyWell Allergy Test and Kat celebrates the Kat and Moose Podcast merch. Thanks to Producer Sara, Kat is becoming a rap phenomenon, while explaining her latest learnings in therapy about separation individuation. We discuss and lament things you can't unsee, everything from panty hose fails, hernias or the coccyx tail. Moose receives a snowman from Kat and Producer Sara is not happy about it followed by a tragic fall.Kat is loving Qi Gong, specifically Pal Dan Gum - check it out!Kat doesn't recommend the LumeCube, but you may love it.Moose teaches us about Banksy and John McCracken artistry.If you want to do a podcast, use Buzzsprout! They're awesome and you using our affiliate link helps out the Kat and Moose Podcast.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/katandmoose)

The Pump Station (Turf's Up Radio)
Keeping Your Ligaments, Tendons, and Other Connective Tissue Feeling Good

The Pump Station (Turf's Up Radio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2020 54:28


Feeling good goes far beyond just your muscles. There are a lot of tissue in your body that can cause you pain. In this episode, we talk about techniques that you can use that are super simple to feel good. Listen LIVE every weekday from 9am-10am EST on Turf's Up Radio. Listen by downloading the Turf's Up Radio app from your app store or listen on turfsupradio.com Find us on IG @daniel.personaltraining @hollyyvolz @turfsupradio Check out our other podcast, The Weight Room, where we talk about health, fitness nutrition, and LIFE! Find it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and anywhere else you find podcasts.

The Orthobullets Podcast
Foot & Ankle⎪Ankle Ligaments

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2020 16:16


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Ankle Ligaments from the Foot & Ankle section. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message

Riverbend Community Church Podcasts
In It Together Series - Supporting Ligaments

Riverbend Community Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 38:46


This audio was originally recorded for a Riverbend Community Church gathering on Sunday, September 27th 2020.

Simp Chronicles
Dumb Stupid Idiotic Ligaments!

Simp Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 57:00


On this Episode, Luis Talks Simpy Freestyle, Simp Of The Week, Why do we need an ACL, Those Gucci Jeans, The NFL, Banning tik tok again, other uses for tampons, women ask the dumb questions and much more! My socials are @lflechajr26 on instagram and @lflechajr on twitter.

Simp Chronicles
Dumb Stupid Idiotic Ligaments!

Simp Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 57:00


On this Episode, Luis Talks Simpy Freestyle, Simp Of The Week, Why do we need an ACL, Those Gucci Jeans, The NFL, Banning tik tok again, other uses for tampons, women ask the dumb questions and much more! My socials are @lflechajr26 on instagram and @lflechajr on twitter.

2 Physical Therapists N' A Bag of Chips
Patellofemoral / Patellotibial Ligaments: Episode 113

2 Physical Therapists N' A Bag of Chips

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2020 21:12


In this episode: We are discussing the patellofemoral and patellotibial ligaments, specifically the medial patellofemoral ligament. These ligaments functions together to hold the patella (knee cap) in place. They are often damaged when the patella is dislocated or with a sudden twisting of the knee. Chip Review @ (18:24): Snyder of Berlin – Bar B Q (Thank you Lisa Neiley) Trivia question of the week @ (15:28): When was the snowiest recorded year in Denver history? Follow us on Instagram: 2pts_n_a_bagofchips and/or Twitter @2PTsNaBagOChips to see photos, video and get additional episode specific information throughout the week. Thanks for listening!! To Subscribe, Review and Download select your preferred hyperlink below  Apple Podcasts: Google Play: Youtube:  Stitcher:  Podbean:  Spotify:

Ankle Surgery Update
August issue of Surgery Update - Part 1

Ankle Surgery Update

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2020 20:05


Hey everybody! Welcome to this months episode of the Ankle Surgery Update – Science guiding treatment! Thank you very much for tuneing in again. We hope you will find the following paper picks interesting. As always, you can find this podcast on all common plattforms and feel free to join us at FuSpruLMU. The picks for this session are:Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Outcomes of Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus Associated With Ankle Fractures by Seçkin Özcan and collegues published in Foot and ankle Internation (DOI: 10.1177/1071100720937243) and And two papers on the arthroscopic reconstruction in chronic lateral ankle instability. One study is entitled “All-inside endoscopic anatomic reconstruction leads to satisfactory functional outcomes in patients with chronic ankle instability” by Guillo et al, published in KSSTA (DOI: 10.1007/s00167-020-06130-1). The second study is entitled “Arthroscopic-Assisted Versus All-Arthroscopic Ankle Stabilization Technique” by Guelfi et al, published in Foot and Ankle International (DOI: 10.1177/1071100720938672)

iHeartRadio Presents: The Filter
BTS to Drop ‘Dynamite'! Megan Thee Stallion Shares Injured Foot Photo, Niall Horan Tears Ligaments!

iHeartRadio Presents: The Filter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020 5:12


We are getting a brand new song from BTS dropping tomorrow!  The song is called Dynamite and is actually the first song from theirs to be completely sung in English. They released a very quick teaser on YouTube which of course has blown up, currently at over 44 million views in just 2 days so you know the second this song comes out it is going to be huge. It's dropping at midnight EST.  Megan Thee Stallion wanted to prove to anyone who didn't believe she is a victim of gunshot wounds by posting photos of her injured foot on her Instagram. With the graphic photos that are now deleted, she captioned it saying, “Lol what I have learned abt majority of the people on social media is y'all like to hear bad news before good news, a lie spreads quicker than the truth, and y'all really be believing the sh– YALL make up, I got hit at the back of my feet because when I got shot I was WALKING AWAY FACING THE BACK. why would I lie abt getting shot? Why are y'all so upset that I don't wanna be in the bed sad? Why y'all upset that I can walk ? I got my stitches out my feet like 2 weeks ago.” The rumours started after Megan was at a club in Atlanta on Monday night with a bandaged foot. Niall Horan shared a gruesome photo of his black and blue ankle on his instagram story, an injury that he got about about 6 pints, that ended up tearing ligaments in his foot.  He was on Ashe's Instagram Live and explained that he was running drunk and missed a curb. He originally didn't think it was as serious of an injury as it was but after seeking medical treatment he was relieved when the doctor told him he had no broken bones, just torn ligaments. Many artists like  Rihanna, Shawn Mendes, Billie Eilish and Megan Thee Stallion are coming together to show their support for California's new police reform legislation. There is a petition that has been signed by hundreds of celebrities that is urging the state to approve two bills that address police accountability. Britney Spears went to court to try and get father removed from the conservatorship arrangement that was put in place back in 2008. Around that time Britney had suffered from a mental breakdown, you may remember the period where she shaved her head and was making headlines for making some questionable decisions.  Her father then became in control of everything from her finances to helping her make any big career decisions. Since then many believe that Britney is more than willing and capable of now taking back that control and believe that she is being controlled against her will. This has sparked the #FreeBritney movement. And Britney seems to agree since she was in court just yesterday trying to have her father removed from the arrangement that was made 12 years ago.  Jamie, Britney's dad stepped aside temporarily due to health issues last year and was replaced by Jodi Montgomery, an independent professional conservator. The conservatorship is up for extension on August 22 and Britney and her lawyer were looking to have Montgomery take over full time since she is more qualified. But this did not end up happening. It turns out that nothing has changed after this court hearing and Jamie still remains in the title.  According to TMZ, certain legal documents need to be filed before her issues go before a judge, which has yet to happen. This doesn't mean things can't change in the future, but right now everything is the same.  Follow us  Twitter: https://twitter.com/iHeartRadioCA  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iheartradioca/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iheartradioca  TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@iheartradioca 

The Word of God for the People of God
"Supporting Ligaments"

The Word of God for the People of God

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2020 19:24


Sunday - August 16, 2020 - Pastor Leah Howe

The Orthobullets Podcast
Hand⎪Wrist Ligaments & Biomechanics

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2020 14:27


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Wrist Ligaments & Biomechanics from the Hand section. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
Wonderful Neck Stretch for Whole Body Relaxation

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2020 13:49


Talk to a Dr. Berg Keto Consultant today and get the help you need on your journey (free consultation). Call 1-540-299-1557 with your questions about Keto, Intermittent Fasting, or the use of Dr. Berg products. Consultants are available Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 10 PM EST. Saturday & Sunday from 9 AM to 6 PM EST. USA Only. Get Dr. Berg's Veggie Solution today! • Flavored (Sweetened) - https://shop.drberg.com/veggie-solution-flavored-sweetened?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=AGM(Anchor) • Plain (Unflavored) - https://shop.drberg.com/veggie-solution-plain?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=AGM(Anchor) Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course! Today, I want to show you a wonderful neck stretch for whole-body relaxation. I'm going to go over this neck stretch for stress relief step-by-step. We're going to be working with the skull and first vertebra. There is also a lot of ligaments involved in this. Ligaments go from bone to bone. So, whether you had a tailbone injury or just gravity stress, we want to use this stretch to increase the space between the skull and the first vertebra. This relaxing stretch will provide a tremendous amount of relief, and will help the person: • Sleep better • Breath better • Feel taller • Have more neck flexibility • Have less stress Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional & natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government & the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning. FACEBOOK: fb.me/DrEricBerg?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Post&utm_campaign=Daily%20Post YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/drericberg123?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor DR. BERG'S SHOP: https://shop.drberg.com/?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor MESSENGER: https://www.messenger.com/t/drericberg?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: https://www.drberg.com/blog?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Anchor

Pushing The Limits
Episode 156: From Prolotherapy to Ozone - Using the body's own self-healing properties to regenerate tissue in the body

Pushing The Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2020 59:52


In this interview Lisa and Dr Wayne delve deep into  what Prolotherapy is and how it can be used with joint, tendon and ligament problems, what Prolozone is, what Ozone therapy is,  it's mechanisms of actions and much more.   With nearly 30 years experience Dr McCarthy has used these therapies on thousands of patients and teachers other doctors and medical specialists in these therapies.  You can find out more at https://waipunaturalhealth.co.nz/   Prolotherapy & Prolozone therapy Prolotherapy is a non-invasive, cost-effective solution to many problems associated with the wear and tear of joints and back problems.    Especially effective with knee and shoulder damage and lower back issues. An injection of dextrose and lidocaine are used to perform prolotherapy.  The injection is given into damaged tissue (ligaments and tendons) which causes it to inflame and then heal.  In the healing process more strength is added to bony connections.   Ligaments hold joints firmly so they move in correct alignment.  Tendons attach muscles to bones. Tearing of ligaments and tendons off bones causes sloppy joint movement and pain. Prolozone involves injecting ozone into the painful or inflamed areas, similar to prolotherapy. Once repaired non-surgically with prolotherapy, muscles can then strengthen around the joint.  Once the joint is strong, it remains so unless another accidental injury occurs. Prolotherapy increases circulation and nutrients that help tissue repair itself.  This collagen strengthening technique can be used for all joint injuries, old or new.   Ozone Therapy  What might it do for you? Essentially ozone restores oxygen saturation to the body's tissues. With any form of illness the oxygen levels drop and if they get depressed 40% below normal cancer is encouraged to grow. Low oxygen signals fatigue, usually becoming chronic. The oxidative (Life Force) power of the body is reduced and metabolism goes down to a less efficient level. Conversely, when the oxygen saturation is returned to normal there is a strong chance of recovery of normal physiological function i.e.: A return to better health. Ozone therapy is unsurpassed as a method of oxygenation and is a cousin of hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Six treatments are required to receive the ozone effect and as metabolism improves vastly resulting benefits are very long lasting.   Using the body's own inherent self-healing properties to regenerate tissue in the body. Ancient systems of medicine such as acupuncture and manipulative medicine have tapped into this capability to varying degrees by enhancing blood flow, nerve conduction and oxygenation to areas that need to be healed. As our understanding of the body's own mechanisms for healing has matured, we have developed new techniques with a more robust healing potential. In the field of Musculoskeletal Medicine, Prolotherapy, using a concentrated Dextrose (corn sugar) solution injected at the area requiring regeneration, can initiate the healing response. The first phase of healing is inflammation, where the blood flow to the area is increased bringing white blood cells to clean up the area and platelets with growth factors to stimulate stem cells to regenerate tissue. The next evolution of Prolotherapy involves isolating the growth factors found in platelets and white blood cells in the blood and injecting them directly into the area to be healed. This is called Platelet Rich Plasma. Platelet Rich Plasma can be used to stimulate regeneration of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and cartilage, and it can also be used for a variety of aesthetic conditions like hair regrowth, facial regeneration and scars. Dr.Wayne McCarthy N.D. is a Naturopathic Physician. Wayne's background is as a practicing Naturopath in New Zealand until moving to the U.S.A in 1989, where he furthered his education and training by going to a private medical school in Oregon called National College of Naturopathic Medicine. After graduation Wayne was licensed as a primary care physician in Hawaii where he practiced for 15 years. Wayne is registered with NZNMA, and certified by Natural Health Practitioners of New Zealand in Naturopathy, Nutrition and Herbal Medicine. Email Wayne, Waipu Clinic: 09 432 1325 Websites https://waipunaturalhealth.co.nz/ and https://nehc.co.nz/   We would like to thank our sponsors for this show:   For more information on Lisa Tamati's programs, books and documentaries please visit www.lisatamati.com   For Lisa's online run training coaching go to https://www.lisatamati.com/page/running/ Join hundreds of athletes from all over the world and all levels smashing their running goals while staying healthy in mind and body.   Lisa's Epigenetics Testing Program https://www.lisatamati.com/page/epigenetics/ measurement and lifestyle stress data, that can all be captured from the comfort of your own home   For Lisa's Mental Toughness online course visit: https://www.lisatamati.com/page/mindsetu-mindset-university/   Lisa's third book has just been released. It's titled "Relentless - How A Mother And Daughter Defied The Odds" Visit: https://relentlessbook.lisatamati.com/ for more Information   ABOUT THE BOOK: When extreme endurance athlete, Lisa Tamati, was confronted with the hardest challenge of her life, she fought with everything she had. Her beloved mother, Isobel, had suffered a huge aneurysm and stroke and was left with massive brain damage; she was like a baby in a woman's body. The prognosis was dire. There was very little hope that she would ever have any quality of life again. But Lisa is a fighter and stubborn. She absolutely refused to accept the words of the medical fraternity and instead decided that she was going to get her mother back or die trying. This book tells of the horrors, despair, hope, love, and incredible experiences and insights of that journey. It shares the difficulties of going against a medical system that has major problems and limitations. Amongst the darkest times were moments of great laughter and joy. Relentless will not only take the reader on a journey from despair to hope and joy, but it also provides information on the treatments used, expert advice and key principles to overcoming obstacles and winning in all of life's challenges. It will inspire and guide anyone who wants to achieve their goals in life, overcome massive obstacles or limiting beliefs. It's for those who are facing terrible odds, for those who can't see light at the end of the tunnel. It's about courage, self-belief, and mental toughness. And it's also about vulnerability... it's real, raw, and genuine. This is not just a story about the love and dedication between a mother and a daughter. It is about beating the odds, never giving up hope, doing whatever it takes, and what it means to go 'all in'. Isobel's miraculous recovery is a true tale of what can be accomplished when love is the motivating factor and when being relentless is the only option.   Here's What NY Times Best Selling author and Nobel Prize Winner Author says of The Book: "There is nothing more powerful than overcoming physical illness when doctors don't have answers and the odds are stacked against you. This is a fiercely inspiring journey of a mother and daughter that never give up. It's a powerful example for all of us." —Dr. Bill Andrews, Nobel Prize Winner, author of Curing Aging and Telomere Lengthening. "A hero is someone that refuses to let anything stand in her way, and Lisa Tamati is such an individual. Faced with the insurmountable challenge of bringing her ailing mother back to health, Lisa harnessed a deeper strength to overcome impossible odds. Her story is gritty, genuine and raw, but ultimately uplifting and endearing. If you want to harness the power of hope and conviction to overcome the obstacles in your life, Lisa's inspiring story will show you the path." —Dean Karnazes, New York Times best selling author and Extreme Endurance Athlete.   We are happy to announce that Pushing The Limits rated as one of the top 200 podcast shows globally for Health and fitness.  **If you like this week's podcast, we would love you to give us a rating and review if you could. That really, really helps to show get more exposure on iTunes**   Transcript of the Podcast:   Speaker 1: (00:01) Welcome to pushing the limits. The show that helps you reach your full potential with your host. Lisa Tamati brought to you by Lisatamati.com Speaker 2: (00:13) Today, I have the wonderful Dr Wayne McCarthy, who is a Naturopathic physician primary care physician up in Whangarei in New Zealand and works at the Waipu health center. He is a specialist once again, in ozone therapy. We've done a couple of episodes on ozone, but Dr. Mccarthy uses ozone in a couple of different ways, as well as the standard practices. And he shares today a little bit about Prolozone. He also talks about prolotherapy, which is all about fixing a joint and ligament and tendon damage. So if you're struggling with an injury that you can't fix, you want to tune into this episode. We also talk about his approach to natural health and how long he's been doing ozone therapy, all the things that he's studied around the world. So a really great episode, especially off the back of last week with dr. Speaker 2: (01:10) Tim Ewer, who I head on another integrative medical specialists. And you know, I think between the two of them, these two doctors both in New Zealand are absolutely fantastic people to be listening to and finding out about more. So I hope you enjoy this interview with dr. Wayne McCarthy. Who's given up a Sunday morning to do this with us. So I was very, very lucky. Before we hit over to dr. Wayne just want to remind you, my book relentless is now out and available. It's available in bookstores throughout New Zealand. It's also available internationally on Amazon, on audio books or the audio book platforms as a Kindle, as an ebook, pretty much you name it, it's out there. You can find it on my website at lisatamati.com. Also. It's yeah, it's been out there for a few weeks and now that we were at a COVID, if you want to just pop into your local bookstore or store, if you're in New Zealand, you can do that. Speaker 2: (02:04) And just a reminder, too, that every couple of weeks we're holding a live webinar about epigenetics health program. This is all about utilizing your genes and understanding your genes and how to optimize your genes for your, for your optimum health, from nutrition, right through to your social environment, your work environment. This is absolutely powerful wellness program that we're using in the corporate setting. It's also very good for individuals, for athletes wanting optimum performance, as it covers off every area from your nutrition, your exercise, right through to your how your brain works, your dominant hormones and neurotransmitters, your it's, everything, everything is covered covered on this. It's a really a amazing program that we're delighted to be able to deliver your, you you can join us for that live webinar, which we're holding pretty much every second week the moment you can find out when the next one is at epigenetics.lisatamati.com. Okay. EPIGENETICS.Lisatamati.com if you want to find out anymore. Speaker 2: (03:12) Let me know. And as always, if you enjoy the show, please give us a rating and review because that really helps the show get exposure. And on that point, I just want to thank you all for those who have listened to have done ratings or have done reviews, because we're now ranked as one of the top 200 podcasts globally for in the health and fitness genre. So I'm really, really appreciative. It's a combination of five years of hard work, and we're really, really stoked to be in that top 200. So thank you to everyone who has done a rating and review or share this with your friends and made that happen. Now over to the show with Dr. Wayne McCarthy. Speaker 3: (03:54) Well, hi everyone. Lisa Tamati here at pushing the limits. Fantastic to have you back again. I am sitting with a lovely day, Dr. Wayne McCarthy, who is sitting up near Whangarei who is the a founder of the Waipu natural health, and also is a doctorate, the natural environmental health clinic. Welcome to the show dr. Wayne. Speaker 4: (04:19) Good morning, Lisa. Nice to be here with you. Speaker 3: (04:22) It's fantastic. I've Sunday morning, no less cutting into your family time. So I really, really appreciate you coming on the show today, but we had a fantastic discussion yesterday. So I've been really, really excited to talk to dr. Wayne today and to share some of his insights and some of the work that he's doing in his clinics. Dr. Wayne, Can you give us a little bit of a background on, on who you are and what you do? Speaker 4: (04:49) I'm in New Zealand, I started life as a natural path osteopath. I went to Speaker 3: (04:58) The Speaker 4: (04:59) Natural therapies college in Ellis Lee, and then after five years in practice, I went to America and got an opportunity to go to national college of naturopathic medicine in Portland, Oregon, where I trained and studied and also taught. And then I got licensed as a naturopathic doctor in state of Hawaii where I practiced for 15 years. Wow. so in America we call primary care doctors, but we're working as a GP would work here in New Zealand. Speaker 3: (05:35) hmm. Speaker 4: (05:36) During that study at a national college of naturopathic medicine. I met James Hutton who was a year ahead of me as a student, but he was the understudy of dr. William Tesco. Now William Tesco was a naturopathic medical doctor. One of the first doctors to come to America from Germany. He was an ozone doctor. He wrote the first papers on bio oxidation. And I think of bio oxidation as the life force, if you want to sort of give it a lay term. And he was the understudy of Dr. Tesco. So he was telling me about ozone while I was at medical school. And then when I graduated, he taught me how to do ozone therapy. From that time forward, ozone therapy became my main therapy and I just, it's what I do with every person I treat. And that's how I got the name, dr. Ozone back then, 25 years later, I got an opportunity to go and train with in Russia. Speaker 4: (06:39) Initially Novgorod 500 K's East of Moscow with professor oly and professor Claudia of consortia Kovar, the mother and father of those own therapy and Russia. Now, the important thing about Russia is that they've been using ozone for decades in their hospital system, across all their medical specialties, oncology, gynecology, obstetrics, neurology, dermatology, pain, medicine, burns, and many other areas, neurology. So they've had the, they've done the most research of any country in the, in the world. And I trained with them for two weeks. It was one on one and I had a, a Russian lady Eugenia, Shasta Kober. Who's my interpreter. And I'm still in touch with her. We communicate regularly. She sends me information on Russian research. I collaborate with then two years ago, I went and trained with dr. Adriana Schwarz in Honduras, but she also works out in Madrid. She's the president of the international medical ozone Federation and the secretary for the international scientific committee on ozone therapy of which I'm a member. And our mandate is to improve and update the Madrid declaration, which is the world standard on how to use ozone medically. Speaker 3: (08:12) Fantastic. Okay. So ozone therapy my listeners have heard a little bit about ozone therapy at all, but you are, you know, dr. Ozone, as you say, in New Zealand, you've been practicing this for over 30 years. Speaker 4: (08:27) I've been practicing for 27 years since 1993 Speaker 3: (08:33) In the law. I want to go into some of the therapies that you use and what's actually happening with the ozone. Like I know that you said to me yesterday, you're trying to get it into the mainstream and New Zealand. How, how has that looking Speaker 4: (08:48) It's already starting to happen because we have GPS around the country starting to pick up train with us and use ozone therapy because I'm, I'm in Amer the Australasian integrated medicines association. And basically these are like-minded doctors, GPS mostly, but there are natural paths in there as well. So we're really having to greater the medical and the naturopathic through this association. And there's a lot of holistic medical doctors. And so this is sort of my clan. And if you will pick up my only naturopathic doctor in New Zealand, there might be some others, but really, I think I'm the only one just by the mere fact that nobody else has gone and trained in America where I did. Yep, exactly. Okay. So this is great because it means ozone. It is it's hopefully going to be accepted into the mainstream soon because in 12 countries where ozone has been regularized, and we believe we have all the documentation to go to our ministry of health and say, here's a new therapy. Speaker 4: (10:00) We want you to regulate it. They would look at all the work we've done and they'd go, well, you haven't left much for us to do this already. Self-Regulated, you've done a really good job. We know, yeah, you've really done the race. Now we can start to train other people. So I've trained two natural cats that now work with me. But they've upgraded to be ozone experts. All the ozone therapies are done intravenously or by injection. So it's always needles, but it's a feel good therapy. It leaves people with an overwhelming sense of wellbeing. And the primary function of it is to saturate the body with oxygen. This will do several things. It will improve athletic performance by giving the athlete the five to 8% endurance advantage, which means that it prolongs the time of maximum anaerobic output before you hit the wall and I've worked with triathletes and the iron man in Hawaii, and I've worked with many other athletes would chop those canoeists Walker, armor, paddlers people who are doing tennis, some of our out Ines players and New Zealand and swimmers. Speaker 4: (11:29) And of course you work with every form of illness that comes our way. We do see quite a few people that have various forms of cancers and the primary cause of cancer, doctor Otto Warburg won two Nobel prizes. And he proved that the primary cause of cancer is a lack of oxygen. The tissues, wow. Though, the respiratory enzymes have been toxified and therefore the body cannot process oxygen. So what we do is we saturate the body with oxygen, removing the prime cause of all cancers. So that's all I really want to say about that. That's the rationale we don't, we don't actually treat diseases. You support health. We treat people when we treat people and we're just pushing them toward greater health by restoring their bio oxidate of capacity in the body. As you know, the main cause of a lot of underlying the underlying cause of most chronic diseases is a chronic inflammation, which is free radical damage, ozone reverses, free, radical damage. Speaker 4: (12:51) Wow. So that's the key point of it. And it also, so it's oxygen is three and it's we talked briefly yesterday about it being a relation of hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which is also increasing the amount of oxygen getting to tissues. That's right. So hyperbaric oxygen, H202, which is hydrogen peroxide, vitamin C therapy, high dose intravenous and ozone therapy, intravenous they're all in a family called bio oxidate of therapies and hyperbaric oxygen. We use it it, that is better for central nervous system injuries, brain damaged spinal cord ozone is better on infection and improving circulation. So they have some overlap. I've chosen to do exclusively ozone therapy for the fact that it's cheaper to administer. It's a lot more readily available and it's a lot more versatile because I can treat the blood with it, but I can also inject it into joints or I can inject it into pain and pain is shortage of oxygen in the body. Speaker 4: (14:10) What we've learned as ozone therapists, where we inject those own pain will go really. So I can just sort of go into a little bit of that on the sports or athletics side, I feel like we'll sort of go, well, I'll start with the ozone therapy. So where does pain in the muscles? We can inject those zone and saturate those tissues with oxygen that will remove the lactic acid. And the athletes will have a faster recovery from their training and we saturate the blood and the body so that the is processing oxygen much more efficiently, which gives us a higher prolong, physical energy output during sports, the international Olympic committee. I have read their documentation on blood doping and, and how we can't cheat. You know, we're not, we're not supposed to cheat. So their ruling basically is ozone could be used for a medical purpose with an athlete during times when they're training. Speaker 4: (15:24) Yes, that's legal to treat an athlete, just cry to a competition would be considered cheating a bit. Not that you could really pick it up, cause I don't think it's terrible in the body. However, they could see that the the saturation of oxygen and their blood would be very high. It would be a bit like a altitude training. Yes. Blood doping or altitude training. It has a very similar effect, which is athletes could do ozone therapy and their training periods to recover from training. But we just wouldn't do it within sort of three or four days before an athletic event. And no one can hear enough. Okay. So how does it increase? Like what is the mechanism by which it increases the oxygen carrying capacity of the red blood cells. Now I understand from the Realogy, Oh, the red blood cell increases the, what would you call it? The pivot, the flexibility of, of the red blood cell is that correct? Speaker 4: (16:33) Makes the red cells more pliable, more slippery, more flexible. So they can squeeze through the small cappelary and get to even the hardest to reach tissues. So if you've got damaged or inflamed tissues yeah, that's right. Any kind of injury where you've got inflammation, swelling, pain. Mmm. We save limbs from amputation with those own. Wow. Because we restore a good blood flow. Also the red cell, we increase a enzyme on the red cell called two, three di phospho glycerides two to three DPG. We call it what that does is it weakens the bond between hemoglobin and oxygen. What this means is blood flowing through the lungs will still pick up at school compliment of oxygen, but it will release it to the tissues a lot more easily. It's like a, it's like a wind that's blowing into the tissues rather than having to pull the oxygen off the red cell with osmosis, trying to use energy to tug it off. Speaker 4: (17:48) The blood's just good sort of way more freely. And in this way we saturate the body with oxygen. I believe it's the only way of doing it. Unless you have a hyperbaric chamber and this would be a really powerful combination I can see. So it's, it's pushing, it's basically pushing the oxygen into the tissues as opposed to it having to be pulled. Now, like as someone like that, I'm an athlete. Mmm. I've had problems constantly with anemia and not enough red blood cells. Mmm. And getting enough oxygen carrying capacity to work the muscles. Does it help with that? Or is that, it's just that that's an independent thing because number of blood cells, no, I'll speak to that issue, Lisa, because we see people that are me anemic often kicks, you know, they're wasting away. Yep. They've got bone marrow suppression, not producing enough red cells or white cells or just whatever it might be. Speaker 4: (18:46) But when we treat with the, when we treat the blood where those zone, where rejuvenating the bone marrow. Wow. And so the bone marrow starts to produce, what's called super gifted red cells. And that's actually the scientific term, super gifted. So real knife gifted, dr. Bilio Bachi Theo CCI. He wrote the book ozone, a new medical drug. And I work with dr. Adriana Schwarz, who was Dr. Bachi Sort of Lieutenant right hand person, you know, his protege really. And she's now leading the charge around the world, promoting ozone therapy, God gives excellent courses. Where was I going with this? You were talking about the Realogy and the, the, the really bad cells, the red blood cells coming out of the bone marrow are called super gifted, which means they're more resistant to oxidative stress and they're better at delivering oxygen around the body. Speaker 4: (19:53) So even when we've stopped and ozone, even though we've done a course of, let's say six to eight ozone therapies, let's say we're treating a person for a condition after six to eight ozone therapies. We've usually established a healthy bone marrow production of red cells overcome anemia. Wow. And the person is starting to feel a lot more energetic and the overnights will last for six months in the body. So they just have to realize ozone is a very reactive molecule. So when we're treating blood, the ozone has reacted with the red cell within nanoseconds, it's gone, it's undetectable and it becomes a nose annoyed. It becomes a nose denied, which is a weaker form of ozone. Or we have a it's more durable and they last six months, wow. Are there for after we finished the course of those own therapy, the patient basically to put it sort of bluntly gets their money's worth during the six to eight treatments. Cause they feel great. And their blood work's usually improving. However, over the next six months, they will be continued improvements even though we've stopped the treatment because the theology of the body has improved. We've blown all the cobwebs out of the bio oxidate of pathways or the hundreds of enzymatic pathways in the body, such that the biochemistry is now working perfectly or optimally. And remember oxygen is the primary, primary nutrients for optimum health. Absolutely. Speaker 4: (21:42) It's used at every step of every chemical reaction in the body. And we see that the underlying reason for chronic illness is the body is not processing oxygen. Speaker 3: (21:56) It's just what you see. And this isn't, Oh, well, I'll just take a big, deep breath of air. And then there I go, I've got my oxygen back. It's a little bit more complicated than that. Isn't it? Speaker 4: (22:06) No, not really. I'd say that people breathe easier. They feel normal again, and they've recovered a healthy metabolism. Speaker 3: (22:14) But when I say like we don't take my SPO two sets here at senior level, I'm at 98, 99%. So I'm like, Oh, well my oxygen's okay. I don't need extra oxygen support, but I know with like with hyperbaric, I can get a heck of a lot more like up to 12 times the amount of oxygen and the right and the right. Speaker 4: (22:37) Yeah. So what's happening there. Lisa is, you're measuring the SPO2 of the blood. You're measuring the oxygen saturation of the red cells and the blood. And they may be 98 or 99%. However, when we treat somebody we'll often see that 98 or 99% straight after the treatment has dropped down to 95 or 93%, where's all the oxygen gone. We've just poured it into the blood. Where's it gone? Speaker 4: (23:11) Well, it's absorbed into the tissues of the body that were desperate for it. And that were low in oxygen. And it's this way that we saturate then very quickly that oxygen level return back up to 99. We know the course of ozone treatment is complete. When a patient comes in they're 98 or 99%, we treat them and the blood is still 98 or 99 cent. It didn't drop. Therefore that tells us the body is saturated. Blood is saturated. They now have what we call the effect and they will stay self saturated at a very optimal level for a very long time. Speaker 3: (23:53) Wow. So if, if I want to, you know, like I'm definitely coming to see you, doc, Dwayne, I'm going to bring my mum. Then we're going to get some treatments as soon as I can get up to away. It's a long way away. But w H w over what period of time would, would, it would a person who's traveling to see you? How many, like the six to eight is required? How many do they need sort of back the team they get back to back. Speaker 4: (24:19) So over a period, what we do, people that come from South Ireland or Australia or Singapore or overseas, we get people from everywhere. We ask them to come and stay in the Waipu area, and then we'll treat them nearly every day for about a week. Wow. Okay, great. Yup. And we see a lot of chronic conditions where everything else basically is filed. And so therefore we treat people every day. We start with a very low dose of ozone because we're working in millions of a gram. We work between zero and 80 micrograms, which is zero to 80 millions of a gram of Bozon middle of, of oxygen ozone and the syringe. So we're working with micro dosages, but we've got equipment that we can dial up. Yep. 1000000Th of a gram. Speaker 3: (25:15) Yup. Speaker 4: (25:16) And so we can do one or two or three or up to 80. So we start with very low concentrations. And over the course of the treatment, we build it up to a maximum. So we might go up to maximum for us would be 80 micrograms. And then we drop it off again, the last several treatments back down to about 20 micrograms. So we vary the concentration and the dose in this way, we will, we will be constantly building up the antioxidant capacity or the antioxidant reserve capacity in the body so that that body can now tolerate a higher level of ozone. And so we can build the dose up like that. And that's how we, that's how we pull people up very quickly because we keep increasing their antioxidant capacity. As we increase the dose of those zones, then we drop down at the end, but we leave them with a seriously improved antioxidant capacity, which means we leave them with a permanent or very longterm ability to overcome chronic oxidative stress and or free radical damage. Speaker 3: (26:26) Okay. So then, then if you wanted to stick, say other oxidative therapies or vitamin C infusions or other things that would have more of an effect, or even even supplementation with antioxidants or good food would have a better effect on the body. Speaker 4: (26:40) So we do do that at Northland environmental health Center where I work with Damien Wojciech and we do high dose vitamin C therapy there, he goes up to 200 grams. Wow. And he does culation therapy and high dose vitamin C therapy as well as being a general practitioner. So collation therapy, some patients come in and they have, you know, vitamin C one day ozone the next vitamin C ozone like that. Wow. Yup. Yup. That's a very good protocol. Fantastic. And he does collation therapy, which is heavy metal detox thing. So I'm hoping I can get him on the podcast as well. That would be fabulous. He's a, that's an area that I think a lot of us need to understand as well. The heavy metal detoxing. Yeah. Dr. Wayne. I wanted to pivot a little bit and go into prolotherapy. We discussed prolotherapy and I was really excited to hear about this yesterday. Speaker 4: (27:42) There's something I haven't really being aware of. Can you explain what prolotherapy is? Okay. So we're leaving ozone therapy. Now ozone is for general health improved performance of our bodies. And just before we do leave ozone, go back to it a little bit, but we leave the topic and we're going to prolotherapy, which is proliferance therapy. This is now musculoskeletal. We look, we're talking now about injuries, physical injuries to the joints. Fabulous. What were you gonna say? I was just going to say with the ozone, cause we, we haven't touched on the, the they at home remedies, but we have talked about them in the past. I'd like to address this issue because it's an important one. Two years ago, we formed the ozone therapy association of New Zealand and we're taking applications now. And mostly for doctors we have some nurses, some natural paths. Speaker 4: (28:53) But we've also opened it up because we know that there's a lot of people in New Zealand who are practicing those own using what we call lay methods. You use that term it's respectfully used and they're doing all kinds of variations. There can be insufflation of the colon, vaginal insufflation air, insufflation cupping, limb bagging, whole body bagging. There's the hocket, which is the ozone steam sauna. Hmm. Which is actually a very good treatment. And ozone can be used in facial treatments and for beauty therapy with beauty therapists. So what we're looking to do is to regularize the practice of ozone and New Zealand so that these can all have access to a professional body, guide them on safe and effective methods to use at whatever level they're trained. We're inclusive, include everyone that's doing ozone. So that patients, athletes, the interested people who want those zone, I can get it throughout New Zealand, just depending on what their needs might be. Speaker 4: (30:09) So quite often what will happen is people will come to us. We'll do the intravenous methods. And then where do you live? Right. You're in Palmerston North. Okay. So let's see, who do we have in Palmerston North? Well, we have people using cockpit, which is the ozone steam cabinet, and we have people doing installations. And so on where the ozone gas is put either into the rectum or the colon very simple, safe, easy to use method or vaginally or other topical way, or you should make ozone oil for rubbing on the skin for dermatological conditions. You can make those, the naked water. You can breathe it. Yep. We also use ozone generators that we get from Kim sex and violence. Speaker 4: (30:57) She provides really nice equipment that we can use for ozonating the clinic meeting, any building remove smells or toxic odors and that sort of thing. And so when we were gearing up for the recent epidemic, yes, we were. Ozonating our doctors and nurses and our staff. I was receiving intravenous vitamin C. This is for our protection. And the clinics were being ozonated every morning at 3:00 AM automatically. Yep. With Kim's can Sexton's machines. Fantastic. And therefore we knew we were coming into a sanitized environment and then we treated one suspect that COVID patient. And then we saturated that room with those own immediately afterwards, it was off clinic. It was outside in the carport, the old sauna room. And so we knew that room was now sanitized. So if we had another COVID patient, we'd be able to go into that room, be sanitized. We were safe wearing our PPE, but we can deliver the treatment. Speaker 4: (32:03) Fantastic. And we will get up for that. So, and this has been like, just to briefly touch on the Corona situation. There is now proven studies coming out of Spain. The ozone is affecting the client of ours. Yes. There have been clinical trials in China and Spain and the conclusion at the moment. It hasn't all been gone into print yet. I don't think we ever, because we're working with doc date around and Schwartz, she was on the front lines and Spain treating COVID and the reports coming back, or that ozone was effective phenomenally. And what that meant was patients were recovering within 24 to 48 hours after one to two ozone treatments, they were fully recovering. And I think 98% of the patients that were in serious enough conditions that they were going to be put on ventilators. 98% of them did not need to have ventilation. Speaker 4: (33:06) Wow. Which is a good thing because nine out of 10 people who get ventilated die. Yeah. It's not really an effective therapy for COVID, but ozone proved to be very effective. We know this because we've been treating all viral conditions since since day one, really a hundred years with it's a hundred years with research and ozone. Now I have to say, it's not the only thing that will do that. High dose vitamin C will do that. I've heard an India homeopathy was very effective. And if you read the journal of the New Zealand journal of natural medicine, I don't know if you know of that, but the New Zealand journal of natural medicine, there's lots of articles in there on other useful natural therapies. And they all work pretty good. So actually there's a plethora of effective treatments that we can use against this horrible thing. That's why we weren't afraid to treat people because we knew we were safe. Speaker 3: (34:13) Yup. Yup. And I had dr. Rob dr. Rowan on last week and it's talking about Ebola and his getting shut down, unfortunately. But Speaker 4: (34:26) That's right. He went to him and Howard Robbins stopped. The Rowans went to Sierra Leoni and they were invited there by the minister of health. They treated doctors that had got Ebola. Some of them opted for the ozone, all the ones that are all the ones that said yes to ozone therapy, survive all the ones that denied it and said, no, I don't want it. They all died. Speaker 3: (34:53) And then he was shut down. Unfortunately, Speaker 4: (34:55) When he got shot down, you can't be using effective therapy. Speaker 3: (34:58) No, it might mitigate the drug sales. We can't have that comment. Right. Moving right along. Let's talk about therapies, prolotherapy. Cause this is a very, Speaker 4: (35:14) Yeah. Sorry. I don't want to confuse everyone. So everyone on the side. Yup. We're on a different topic. We're now looking at joint pain. I'm very excited about Prolotherapy because it will effectively treat all musculoskeletal injuries. It will, it is an effective treatment for all sporting injuries. And it's permanent. This is amazing when you've done product therapy, you'll no longer have knee pain, back pain. Retruding disc pain, low back pain, ankle, elbow, rotator cuff, you know, anything like that, anything where the ligaments tendons are involved in the is involved. That's right. So let's just talk about knees. Cause we see a lot of those. So what we do is somebody comes in, they've had a knee injury, the body is healed, but the injury doesn't go away. It keeps flaring up when we strain that joint. And it's because the ligaments and all the tendons or the cartilage have thinned, you know, if you could imagine stretching a thick, rubber band over a rock and then just tapping it with something sharp or happen, then that rubber will just split. Speaker 4: (36:36) It'll still be in tech, but not as strong. Think of your ligaments like that. Now you've got a little bit of a slop in the joint and that's what causes pain. And it's what grinds away the cartilage. So what we can do now is we can do prolotherapy, which is proliferant therapy. And we inject a thick solution of dextrose. So it's a sugar, but it's hypertonic, which means it's extra thick, especially compared to the body fluids. So when we inject that into a ligament, it will stimulate the fibroblasts to create more ligament. Yep. What that means is we thicken and then shorten and tighten that ligament that returns the joint back into its normal alignment. Cause that's what the ligaments do. They hold the joints in the alignment for the movement that joint has to me. Yep. And so we had this week or Lex ligaments, they've stretched, they've torn off the bone partially and it's always easy to find. Speaker 4: (37:47) You can just poke on them. They do it. And people jump you inject bet spot. And what will happen is new ligament will grow over a three week period and return 50 to 80% of the strength. Wow. Then we need to repeat it a month later. Again, you'll get 50 to 80% improvement. So after generally two or three treatments, we've got a hundred percent improvement. Wow. At that point it's permanent and you'd no longer have that injury. You no longer have a weakness there. Your mind can let go of the doubt of your ability to use that learning in a maximum athletic, competitive sort of attitude. So you get your confidence back and your athletic performance is not hindered by chronic injuries. And so we treat a lot of athletes and we keep the top people in the game and young, young athletes sometimes in their teens, cause we work with some calm, competitive swimmers and they, you know, they pushing their bodies to the max, pushing the limits. As you say, they get these tears. Now that would, that would slow the down their training. And of course, if you have a week off training, it takes three weeks to get back to where you were, where you had the injury. So you lose five or six weeks really out of your, out of your schedule with product therapy, we can keep those athletes performing without pain. And this is something so simple as, as dextrose. Speaker 3: (39:30) This is so is this like reconstructive therapy? I had a, Speaker 4: (39:34) Yeah, yeah. It's called injection reconstruction therapy. Cause I had a, Speaker 3: (39:41) A boyfriend back in my early twenties who had a very bad ankle injury and he had to go to America for, we construct a therapy. It was called Speaker 4: (39:50) Yes. Will be injection reconstruction therapy probably mean it is an American technique. Yep, yep. I did learn it there. Yup. Speaker 3: (40:00) And the body's own reaction and info. This is where information is so interesting. Isn't it? Because inflammation, when we, when we cause an injury to the site we've deliberately actually causing and introducing something that's gonna irritate and cause injury. And it sends the body's a body starts to send fiber blast to actually make it stronger. So we're using a game just like with the ozone and with hyperbaric, we're using the body's own resources at the end of this. Right. Speaker 4: (40:27) Which is where natural path. So we're, we're always working with the body's own natural healing abilities. And with those own and product therapy, we feel like we can get maximum advantage there. Yup. So we also get a lot of patients often in their forties, fifties, sixties, seventies, even eighties and nineties who have health conditions and the generative joints it's often called osteoarthritis, which I believe most people think if they're told they have osteoarthritis, they get this idea in their mind that it's something to do with their bones. Yes. Is that your take on that? Yeah. I would say it's inflammation. Speaker 4: (41:19) Yeah. Most people would say it's bones. They think it's bones and we think we're bones as well. It's my bones, they're old and they're down and so on and nothing really too much you can do for bones. Well, we, we don't take that point of view. We see osteoarthritis as joint inflammation, so it'll always be the soft tissue, the ligaments, the cartilage and the tin. And we can repair all of those now. Yeah. So by injecting product therapy into a knee joint, for example, we can reconstitute the cartilage. And so we take people with bone on bone. Wow. And we can, we can thicken that Cartlidge enough that it takes the pain away and on x-ray we'll see an increase in the lower back, you know, like a lot of us, me included, I've got like four different set of basically go on by nonbinary, very close to being bone on bone. Speaker 4: (42:17) Okay. So I'll come at this from two angles. Number one, where you've got a bulging disc, the surgeons have told us, and we've known this since the 1950s, is that the ligaments on the posterior aspect of the vertebra or the vertebrae, you mind those posterial ligaments, the inter spinus and supraspinous ligament, usually a weak and stretched. And so one of the vertebra has moved forward slightly and it's put pressure on the disc and pushed it out, all that space in between the, when a disc protrudes, the chances are that it might impinge on one of the major nerves coming out of your back and going either down your bottom or to your internal organs. So what we do there is we prolotherapy the ligaments on the backbone that we'll tighten those up and it'll pull that vertebra back into its correct alignment, thereby taking pressure off the bulging disc. Speaker 4: (43:31) Wow. Then we have two ways that we can treat that bulging disc. We can either inject those zone down the spine in the muscles, running down the spine as close to the disc, as we did go and inject ozone, it only takes a few minutes. It's 98% effective for joints for bulging disc 98% effective. That's where you expect to win with bulging discs every time it's insane. And sometimes we can go in through the quarter, which is a little opening at the base of the sacrum. And it allows us to go into the spinal cord. I know this sounds risky, but actually it's a very safe procedure and we can inject those own into the quarter Aquinas. Which thing goes, the ozone travels up the spine to about thoracic that are bred number 10. Speaker 3: (44:35) Yup. Speaker 4: (44:36) Mmm. Which means it travels all the way up the lumbar spine and into the first few discs of the thoracic spine is where the ribs start and 98% effective for reducing bulging discs. So we prevent a lot of surgeries. Speaker 3: (44:55) This is what I mean, this is what, Speaker 4: (44:58) Mmm. Speaker 3: (44:59) Surprises me that, you know, this isn't more known and it isn't out there. And I did know of this 20, like I said, 20, 30 years ago, but this was an option and I've never seen it come back or, you know, proliferate and then people know about prolotherapy and certainly not Prolozone this is good. This is definitely going to help people avoid having to have surgery. And, and, and you'd think this would be well, let's try this first. It would be a great approach. Why isn't this right throughout everywhere? Why, why isn't every doctor offering this or is it a very specialized difficult thing? Speaker 4: (45:36) You know, I can only relate to it in terms of my own personal history. You know, I went and trained in Oregon and I learned things that are not taught here in New Zealand. One of them was the other one product therapy and actually put product therapy in its basic form was actually taught to me by a osteopathic surgeon. I'm just trying to think of his name now. I'll dr. Wilson. I think it was, he was a Harley street physician. He was doing it back in the day. And so we learned some of that often in, there was a famous New Zealand doctor called dr. Only who went and did product therapy and he was doing it in Mexico. So a lot of Americans would go down to Mexico. A lot of Gridiron athletes would get prolotherapy injections. So I heard about him and it turns out he was in New Zealand. Then when I came back 14 years ago to New Zealand, I trained with dr. Ken or Speaker 4: (46:45) Which he dr. Ken or at that time was I think, 92 years old, gosh, and still practicing and Remuera. Wow. And and I still liaise with Fraser Berlin, who was his nephew and doctor, or he was sort of a phrase, a Burling was dr. All's sort of protege if you will. And so he treats a phrase that treats a lot of people that have, and I always get this name wrong, but yeah. Disease, which is a, I think I've pronounced that. Right. It's an odd one. So sometimes I mispronounce it. Anyway that's a generalized disease where ligaments just sort of dissolve. So it's a serious condition. There's about eight or 900 people in New Zealand. Well, he's treating all of them with prolotherapy and it's the best thing they've ever had. So he's another doctor, great work there with prolotherapy. He uses stronger prolotherapy agents than I do. Speaker 4: (47:55) He uses if the NOLA mean and Tetra or sulfate, I believe which is a stronger tightening agent, but you know, we're natural paths. We like to stay with the more natural methods I have used other substances like fish oils, sodium moral weights. You can use those in eyes, blood, you can use vitamin B 12, you can do strong ozone and do the prolotherapy with strong ozone. That's what they call pro Prolozone. But I use dextrose, I use dextrose and I treat the ligaments and then we inject those own around them. And we usually put ozone into the, into the joint. Wow, this is this is incredible. And I think you probably going to be inundated with people wanting to come and see you because it got to be I didn't have a life outside of, and so, you know, I had to train other people. Speaker 4: (48:57) Yeah. I could have time to smell the roses or, and buy things. Exactly. Cause yeah, I mean, you're obviously very, very passionate about helping people and getting the most out of your time. And I mean like just, just you giving up your Sunday morning and spending an hour with me yesterday too on the phone, just so's what sort of a person I had dedicated you are to, to this. And I think that that's just absolutely fantastic. And to have someone with this sort of knowledge and background, a very different approach to what we're perhaps used to seeing here is exciting for me because I can see this is great changes happening. And Amer I think is going to be the, the association for integrative medicine, I think is going to be a fantastic thing. I'm, I'm trying to I want him to become a member. Speaker 4: (49:53) I think it's a, that's the things that are coming down the line now. Pretty exciting aren't they? Oh, they are. And what's happening is doctors and therapists sort of the lines of demarcation are breaking down. Yes. Because it becomes more, not about the doctor. Well, the practitioner it's really about the patient and what are we going to do to help the patient. Yep. And that's because we're all coming from that angle. Yep. We just always looking to, with people of conscience and we're doing the best work we can to recover the health of our population. We use all methods that we think can work and ozone and prolotherapy have enough scientific research behind them. We, we, we can explain in detail exactly why they do work. Yep. And this is, this is just brilliant. And so critics of which, you know, usually I just people that don't know, they just don't know about it. Speaker 4: (50:54) We've been, we've had critics. Mmm. Yeah. We've had mid safe and ministry of health. Everyone's investigated us. And yeah, we provided them with dr. Work, you know, we've provided the scientific literature. Yup. That proves what we're doing is safe, efficient, effective. And and this isn't like, this is really become a family is critical and many of them become active supporters. So we can turn a critic into an active supporter just through education. Gosh, that would be great because I do, I do find in the, you know, the, the straight laced allopathic medicine is still so blinkered. Certainly in my experience and I can say this cause I'm a non-licensed nonmedical professional. It has been very, very frustrating in my own, you know, with my own family's health with my mom's journey, for example. And, and I, and this is one of the reasons why I do the show because I want to create change in movement. And it's not all about pharma pharmacology. It's not all about just surgery. Those are great. And let's look at those, but let's look at the other sides of the coin in trying to connect fantastic people and share this education worth the public. I mean, last week I had Dr. Tim Ewer. Speaker 4: (52:23) I know he's fantastic. And he was on the show last week. And again, he too has had, you know, I know issues okay. The, the, the approaches that he takes, I mean, there's a reason why there's such a mess of waiting lists. And so many people wanting to see people like you because it's not being offered. Unfortunately, you know, dr. Terms down, down South, you're way up North, it's hard for a lot of people. If this was this sort of thing was available. And every time we'd have a lot less people, we would, and we'd save our country, billions in healthcare costs, but really you'd have a happier population being able to work to their full potential rather than have their abilities curtailed because of pain. Really. you asked me why aren't more doctors doing it. I think what's happened is ligaments and tendons have really just basically, I'm going to use the word overlooked. Speaker 4: (53:24) I think doctors are really just overlooked. They'll treat organs and muscles and such but ligaments, well, what, what are you going to do for ligaments? Well, we don't, you can't do anything for ligaments. So we won't put too much attention there cause we can't do anything for it. Yup. Yup. Well, the gap that is the gap in the system where we've come in with product therapy, that's our specialty. We treat ligaments, but all chronic injuries are ligament based. And so our typical patient has been to acupuncturist, osteopath, chiropractor, orthopedic surgeon, GP, soft tissue therapists, CMA, if they've done everything. And when we start to hear that history, it confirms for us, this is great. It's telling us it's a ligament problem. Or yep. Then when we investigate, by the way, all those therapies are very helpful. But if they don't resolve the issue, we know it's a ligament problem. Speaker 4: (54:26) So then we do our injections and the pain goes away. People recover the function of their alum and they ask, how come I never heard about this before? How come no one's ever told me about this? And I said, but we have told you about it. And now we've treated you, what's the issue. You know, people find things when they look for them, but this is, I just wish it was, you know, and this is why the show's important. And this will have a small portion of people that were here at, and hopefully the people that go come to you will also share their experiences, but it's a very slow process to get it out to the, the 98% of other people who are unfortunately unaware of it. I mean, yeah, deep into all of this sort of stuff. Zealand, we only have what, two degrees of separation here. Speaker 4: (55:18) So the work that I'm doing, I know is sprayed right throughout New Zealand, because lots and lots and lots of people have now heard about it. So I've been doing it for 14 years here. And so within New Zealand, most people that have these types of problems, my, my past patients usually we'll tell them to come and they have at least have a look at this therapy. And so I think we have New Zealand pretty well covered. Yeah. This show maybe more people might even think about prolotherapy is that yes, it's needles. Yes. It's injections, but you know what? It only takes a minute or two. But when I start working on a joint within a minute or three, I'm usually completely finished with that area. Fantastic. And then they've got lifelong strength back and it's, you know, $300. Yeah. As opposed to a surgery or continual care that costs over years, many thousands of dollars and especially avoidance surgeries, which can be very expensive. Speaker 4: (56:31) We prevent a lot of knee replacements. We get people that have had knee replacements or joint replacements where it hasn't worked perfectly. They're still in pain. So, you know, you hear, you do hear a lot of horror stories, but I also hear a lot of people that have had joint replacement that they're very happy with. So I'm not sort of a critical of it, but if you've had a joint replacement, you're still in pain consider product therapy because he taught me. And so the doctor can, or that we can do product therapy around a joint replacement and it still works very, very well surprisingly, but it does. Speaker 3: (57:12) Yep. Fantastic. I mean, I, it makes sense to me. You know, so I think, you know, dr. Wayne we've covered quite a lot of territory today. We we've done, I was on therapy, a little bit of the background, what it's doing now, how it works, we've gone into prolotherapy and even into Prolozone therapy. Speaker 4: (57:32) Yeah. Prolozone is doing prolotherapy, but just using strong ozone irritating and you just inject the gas. Cause I was owns always a guest. We inject strong ozone into the ligament using the product therapy, needling technique. Mmm. Because just the needle itself going in and out through the ligament creates the ligament, the bikings use fish phones and they would just prolotherapy a ligament with fishbone. Oh, sounds terrific. Shot. And it would create new ligament by us doing a little injection at the end of it. We of course maximize the effect. Mmm. Speaker 3: (58:13) Well, if you think about it, anything that causes a rotation, the body seems more stuff there to fix it. Speaker 4: (58:19) Mmm. You know, Speaker 3: (58:21) So dr. Wayne, I want to say thank you very, very much for your time today. I really appreciate it on a Sunday morning. We can people find you and we're, you know, where's the best place to connect with you and come and see you. Speaker 4: (58:34) You can look up waipu natural health, waipu natural health. So we're in Northland or they can look up dr. Ozone doc, T O R O Z one, So doctorozone1@gmail.com contact the Northland environmental health center in camo. And we do all these therapies there. Speaker 3: (59:05) Fantastic. And I would love an introduction to dr. Damien Wojciech at some stage. That would be really fantastic. Speaker 4: (59:13) I'll share with them that while I did this podcast. Yeah. And I can put you in touch with them. Speaker 3: (59:18) Sounds brilliant. Dr. Wayne, thank you so much for your time. I really, really appreciate the work, the passion, the education that you've invested in all of this and bringing this to New Zealand that's really, really appreciate it. Thank you, Lisa. Thanks for the opportunity of sharing it with our people. Oh, it's fantastic. Speaker 1: (59:36) That's it. This week for pushing the limits, be sure to write review and share with your friends and head over and visit Lisa and her team at lisatamati.com.

Straight from the Horse Doctor's Mouth
S3E12 Suspensory Ligaments

Straight from the Horse Doctor's Mouth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2020 48:07


In this episode, Dr. Lacher and show host Justin Long break down the role of the Suspensory Ligament in the horse. Topics include lameness issues, injuries, surgeries, rehab and recovery, and injury prevention.

Terry Talks Nutrition Radio Show
Ligaments and Tendons

Terry Talks Nutrition Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2020 54:41


Did you know? Women are up to 9 times more likely to suffer knee sprains than men.

Terry Talks Nutrition Radio Show
Ligaments and Tendons

Terry Talks Nutrition Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2020 54:41


Did you know? Women are up to 9 times more likely to suffer knee sprains than men.

Dr. Martin Gallagher's Alternatives to Medicine

Questions from listeners - Regenerative Therapy for Ligaments

Crazy Wisdom
What do most people get wrong about ligaments? Arik Gohl: Founder of Manual Ligament Theory

Crazy Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2020 65:57


I've been seeing Arik for years and is one of my favorite bodyworkers. He developed something called manual ligament theory and his findings are counterintuitive and contrarian but correct. I sat down with him on my way through Guadalajara, Mexico a few weeks ago to go deep on this subject. Check out manual ligament theory here: https://gohlprogram.wordpress.com/

Fortunately... with Fi and Jane
134. Corsets and Cooper's Ligaments with Lucy Worsley

Fortunately... with Fi and Jane

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2020 47:24


The week Fi and Jane are joined by historian, presenter and Chief Curator to Historic Royal Palaces, Lucy Worsley. Jane regales them with the story of the time Henry VIII had a chat with her on his wedding day and Fi finds out which Hollywood A-Lister Lucy's television thinks she is obsessed with. Plus the downsides to fixed plumbing, a new angle on Queen Victoria and we're going looking for a sizzle. Before that we reveal the challenge Fi has set herself for the lockdown, Jane's off on an all-inclusive holiday with her housemates and there's an investigation of the impact of Covid-19 on bras.

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor
Ep. 191: Hang From A Bar

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2020 7:08


Did you know that the fingers in our hands have no muscles? All movements in the fingers is controlled by ligaments. Hence, there are no exercises to grow the muscles in your hands, because there aren't any.The average grip strength is reducing the world over. People's ability to hold things is reducing day by day. How can we change this in ourselves?On this episode, Ashdin talks about the best way to work on your hands. Tune in to find out what it is.You can follow Ashdin Doctor on Instagram @ashdindocCheck out Ashdin's website - Awesome180Youtube Channel- The Habit Coach - Awesome180You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.

GAINcast with Vern Gambetta
177: Training tendons (with Keith Baar)

GAINcast with Vern Gambetta

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2019 50:50


Tendons and other connective tissue are often thought of as non-trainable, but more and more research is showing that they are more responsive to load than we thought. Professor Keith Baar is a leading researcher on the topic and joins this week's GAINcast to talk about how connective tissue works together with muscles and bones to produce movement. We also dive into how connective tissue can be trained, as well as several other topics he has been researching. For more information on this topic, read the complete show notes at: http://www.hmmrmedia.com/2019/12/gaincast-episode-177-training-tendons-with-keith-baar/ The following links were referenced in the podcast or provide some additional reading material on the topic: The GAINcast is brought to you by GAIN and HMMR Media. Join HMMR Plus so that you get full access to our video, article, and podcast archive here on HMMR Media. This month's theme on HMMR Media is reactive strength, with some great new resources from Warren Young and many other leaders on the topic. Baar 's full background can is outlined in his UC Davis faculty biography and information about the Functional Molecular Biology Lab. You can also find him on Twitter (@MuscleScience). You can download some of Baar's research via ResearchGate and also watch a great lecture on training to improve musculoskeletal performance on YouTube.

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones
How Chiropractic Helps Relieve Pain

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2019 5:02


Why Chirорrасtiс Cаrе is so Important during Prеgnаnсу Chirорrасtiс during рrеgnаnсу iѕ a vitаl component оf рrеnаtаl саrе. Thiѕ ѕаfе аnd еffесtivе form оf nаturаl healthcare not оnlу hеlрѕ lеѕѕеn thе aches and pains of рrеgnаnсу but also рrоmоtеѕ a ѕаfеr аnd еаѕiеr birth. Gеntlе Chirорrасtiс аdjuѕtmеntѕ done thrоughоut рrеgnаnсу аrе bеnеfiсiаl tо bоth mоthеr аnd baby. Tо undеrѕtаnd how Chirорrасtiс hеlрѕ рrеgnаnt women, it'ѕ nесеѕѕаrу tо undеrѕtаnd the аnаtоmу of thе реlviѕ аnd utеruѕ. Thе реlviѕ is еѕѕеntiаllу a bоnу ring, with twо ѕасrоiliас jоintѕ ('SI jоintѕ') in thе bасk, аnd thе рubiс symphysis in thе front. Thе pubic ѕуmрhуѕiѕ iѕ thе spot whеrе thе pubic bones are соnnесtеd. Thе uterus ѕitѕ inѕidе this bony ring аnd is tеthеrеd to thе реlviѕ by thrее mаin ѕеtѕ оf ligaments. Thе Brоаd Ligаmеnt ѕurrоundѕ thе utеruѕ аnd аttасhеѕ tо the ѕidеѕ оf the pelvis оn the inside. The Rоund Ligaments аttасh thе utеruѕ tо the frоnt оf thе pelvis аt thе рubiс symphysis. Thеѕе аrе thе ligаmеntѕ thаt often produce sharp раinѕ during еаrlу pregnancy whеn a pregnant wоmаn ѕnееzеѕ оr turns оvеr tоо ԛuiсklу. Thе Utеrоѕасrаl Ligаmеntѕ аttасh thе utеruѕ tо thе back оf thе реlviѕ at thе ѕасrum. As thе bаbу аnd utеruѕ grоw, ѕtrеѕѕ iѕ placed on these ligаmеntѕ, diѕtоrting the ѕtruсturе оf the реlviѕ, lоwеr bасk, and mid-bасk. In аdditiоn, the ѕhift in thе рrеgnаnt woman's сеntеr of gravity, coupled with ѕignifiсаnt weight gain, causes еvеn more ѕtrеѕѕ оn these аrеаѕ, аnd the ѕurrоunding musculature. Tо tор it all off, рrеgnаnсу induсеѕ thе rеlеаѕе of a hоrmоnе саllеd relaxin. Aѕ уоu may have guessed, thе function оf thiѕ imроrtаnt аnd роwеrful hormone iѕ to аllоw thе ligаmеntѕ whiсh connect thе pubic bоnеѕ to rеlаx аnd separate, thuѕ аllоwing for dеlivеrу of thе baby. However, the еffесt of rеlаxin iѕ experienced thrоughоut all the ligаmеntѕ оf the bоdу. Thiѕ еxрlаinѕ whу mоmѕ-tо-bе experience so much раin аnd diѕсоmfоrt, еѕресiаllу in thе lower bасk. In аdditiоn, a misaligned pelvis can rеѕult in torque bеing рut оn the utеruѕ thrоugh itѕ ligаmеntоuѕ аttасhmеntѕ, which оftеn rеѕultѕ in malpositioning оf thе baby, intо a breech оr transverse роѕitiоn. Thе goal оf a сhirорrасtоr thrоughоut a woman's рrеgnаnсу iѕ to help kеер thе реlviѕ аnd ѕрinе balanced аnd properly аlignеd. Thiѕ аllоwѕ for the most comfortable рrеgnаnсу, аnd it еnѕurеѕ the рrореr funсtiоn оf the nеrvеѕ which exit the ѕрinе. This iѕ crucial because thеѕе nеrvеѕ аrе rеѕроnѕiblе for thе body's communication аnd сооrdinаtiоn оf аll bоdу funсtiоnѕ, including thе рrореr growth оf the baby. Chirорrасtоrѕ rеѕtоrе рrореr ѕрinаl аlignmеnt bу employing gentle, ѕресifiс соrrесtiоnѕ called 'аdjuѕtmеntѕ,' which rеѕtоrе vitаl nerve flow аnd rеduсе асhеѕ and раinѕ. Some Chiropractors work with thе round ligаmеntѕ of the utеruѕ аѕ wеll аѕ adjusting thе реlviѕ tо hеlр bаlаnсе thе pelvis аnd uterus. Thеrе аrе various techniques specifically dеѕignеd fоr аdjuѕting рrеgnаnt wоmеn, we have been many of them for years in our Elizabeth City, NC Chiropractic practice. Chiropractic can lessen diѕсоmfоrt аnd make рrеgnаnсу mоrе еnjоуаblе. It саn аlѕо hеlр tо рrоmоtе a safer аnd easier birth, bу hеlрing tо bаlаnсе the pelvis, whiсh еnсоurаgеѕ thе baby tо bе in a рrореr hеаd-dоwn роѕitiоn. Sееk оut a Chirорrасtоr whо iѕ еxреriеnсеd with adjusting рrеgnаnt wоmеn whеn considering Chiropractic care during рrеgnаnсу.

NutriMedical Report
NutriMedical Report Show Tuesday Oct 1st 2019 – Hour One – Ryan Frace, NutriMeds Expert, Dr Bill Deagle MD, Review of Top Fall Winter NutriMeds Protocols and Exceptional Powers of Dr Bill’s Formulas,

NutriMedical Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2019 53:49


Ryan Frace, NutriMeds Expert, Dr Bill Deagle MD, Review of Top Fall Winter NutriMeds Protocols and Exceptional Powers of Dr Bill’s Formulas, Antiaging, Bones, Heart, Lungs, Organ Rejuvenation, Anti-infectives, Anti-inflammatories, Hormone Support, Digestive Support, Skin Healing, Cancer, Neuropathy, Brain Function, Memory, Vision, Hearing, Balance, Muscles, Joints, Ligaments, Dr Bill Deagle MD AAEM ACAM A4M, NutriMedical Report Show, www.NutriMedical.com, www.ClayandIRON.com, www.Deagle-Network.com, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9LZU6KUJkw, For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Rise on Fire Ministries
╫ New Ligaments, New Shoulder, and No More Cane! - Testimony Story [PODCAST]

Rise on Fire Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2019 20:08


Darrell came to the WayWalk conference, where God drew Him for a purpose: Darrell was about to have 3 days of witnessing God heal his body radically and instantly in multiple ways - over and over again. This is a beautiful story and testimony you don't want to miss hearing. Testimony shared by: Darrell Lee

Eric Hörst's Training For Climbing Podcast
Episode #33: Intro to Training for Stronger Tendons and Ligaments

Eric Hörst's Training For Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2019 69:11


Get ready for some breakthrough research-based information that, I believe, is revolutionary for hard-training climbers! The topic is sinew training—that is, new training and nutritional interventions shown to promote tendon, ligament, and muscle matrix strength and health. We all know how hard climbing (and training) is on the flexor tendons and ligament pulleys of the fingers, as well as the elbows and shoulders; so what could be more valuable to climbers than strategies to improve sinew health, strength, and performance? This is an information-rich podcast that might require a couple of listens...to determine how you can best apply and benefit from this new material. The next three podcasts will expand on this topic with details on specific training interventions for strengthening (and rehabbing) sore or tweaked tendons and pulleys. If you are a proactive, early adapter kind of person, then this is cutting-edge information I'm sure you'll be all over...like chalk on a crux hold! A final note: If you enjoy this podcast, then please share it with a friend, post to social media, or write a review. Thank you! Rundown 1:00 – Introduction to a new series of podcasts on sinew training—how to develop stronger, stiffer, healthier tendons and ligaments. This is the first of four episodes in the series…breaking new ground that I feel is revolutionary for climbers. 3:00 – Tendons and ligaments are not inert—they change and adapt to training in adulthood, but at a much slower rate than muscles do. And, sinew training requires unique training modalities and nutritional interventions. PhysiVāntage 5:20 – A quick rundown of the next 3 episodes in this series….and the exciting ground I’ll be covering. 7:00 – Eric gives a brief introduction of himself and his background for new listeners. Additional comments of recent advances in training for climbing. 10:10 – A reflection on last year’s series of podcasts on Energy System Training—powerful material for intermediate, advanced, and elite climbers. If you haven’t already, listen to these podcasts! # ??? 13:00 – Introduction to sinew training…and the exciting new sport science I’m bringing to the climbing world in this series of podcasts. 15:30 – The importance of training to avoid injury and stay healthy, so that you can reach your goals! There’s a huge cost to injuries…lost seasons, missed competitions, setbacks and lost seasons. 20:00 – There are decades of knowledge gathered and distributed on muscle training and adaptations…but until recently there’s little research and scant instruction on sinew training. 23:00 – The importance of staying curious! Embracing and applying the latest research is key to progress and breakthroughs in most complex fields/endeavors. 28:00 – Three findings of my two years of research into sinew health and sinew training. 28:30 – Finding #1: Sinew is plastic. Tendons, ligaments, and extracellular muscle matrix change, adapt, and remodel very slowly…and you can play a role in this process! 34:00 – Distinct training and nutritional interventions do influence sinew health, strength, and performance. 35:00 – Finding #2: Tendons can hypertrophy. In certain situations, chronic mechanical loading can lead to slightly hypertrophy over years of exercise. Research has documented that the finger flexor tendons of veteran climbers are up to 50% thicker than non-climbers. 39:00 – Hypertrophy results from long-term training stimulus that slightly degrades collagen…followed by a rise in collagen synthesis during a recovery period of 48 to 72 hours. This cyclic process will gradually build stronger connective tissues given appropriate mechanical loading and rest periods. Nutrition plays an important role in the process, too—more on this in a bit! 41:35 – Sinew has poor blood flow compared to muscles…and there’s scant blood flow to sinew after training. 44:45 – Homeostasis perturbation from long-term overtraining (under-resting and perhaps poor nutrition) leads to disorganized and damaged collagen fibrils…that may be the root cause of the sudden “surprise” finger pulley tweak or onset of painful tendons in the elbows and shoulders. 48:15 – Finding #3: There is a proven nutritional intervention that increases collagen synthesis in connective tissues…and can support sinew recovery and strengthening. Research by Keith Baar and Greg Shaw has shown a doubling of collagen synthesis with vitamin C enriched hydrolyzed collagen consumed 30 to 60 minutes before exercise. 55:30 – Why nutrients consumed after exercise aren’t as effective for nourishing tendons. Synovial fluid diffusion during mechanical loading is the primary method of nourishment to sinew—thus, consuming a glycine and proline rich food before training is the best method of “feeding” sinew. 59:20 – My morning ritual for optimally feeding the tendon and ligaments of my fingers, arms and shoulders—15 minutes to stronger tendons. Supercharged Collagen works! 1:03:00 – You are playing a role in your tendon health…every day! Cease the opportunity to play an active role in the process. 1:04:10 – Introducing PhysiVāntage!  Our flagship product is Supercharged Collagen. Based on the research of Drs. Baar and Shaw, this is the most advanced tendon and ligament support supplement on the market. Use it daily to get a PhysiVantage! Get 10% off at PhysiVantage.com with the discount code SAVE10 at checkout. Instagram - @PhysiVantage Facebook - @PhysiVantage For a comprehensive study of Training for Climbing, check out the 3rd edition of Hörst's best-selling book! Follow Eric on Twitter @Train4Climbing Check out Eric’s YouTube channel. Follow Eric on Facebook! Music by: Misty Murphy Subscribe on iTunes (or other podcast player) to "Eric Hörst's Training For Climbing" podcast. You can also listen to the T4C podcast on Stitcher and  Spotify! Please write a review on iTunes!

40fit Radio
#43 - Strong Shoulders Pt. 2: Common Injuries

40fit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2019 60:18


Coach D and Trent are back with Part 2 in the Strong Shoulders series discussing common injuries of the shoulder, how they occur, and what tissues are affected. Most active people have met someone -- or have experience themselves -- with a shoulder injury. They are particularly common in sports where a large degree of shoulder rotation and velocity are involved (think about a Major League Baseball pitcher). In order to understand the best way to rehab and train our shoulders, we have to understand the nature of the injuries.   As mentioned in Part 1, the shoulder, like all joints, is comprised of several types of tissue: Bones: the scapula, clavicle, and humerus Muscles: the deltoids, trapezius, rhomboids, and rotator cuff muscles (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis, teres major and minor) Tendons: connecting the muscles to bone Ligaments: connecting bone to bone; in the case of the shoulder several ligaments form a sort of "sling" which helps hold the glenohumeral joint together Cartilage: on the articular surface of the glenohumeral and AC joints Bursa: fluid filled sacs which stack on top of the humeral head and cushion the joints As well as the nervous, cardiovascular, lymphatic, and integumentary (skin) components of the shoulder   We commonly hear of strains and sprains. Generally, a strain refers to an injury to a muscle or tendon (elastic structures), while a sprain refers to an injury to a ligament (non-elastic). Both terms refer to tissue that has been damaged due to over-stretching. The level of damage is graded by number: Grade 1 representing a minor strain (perhaps 0-25% of the muscle fibres damaged), Grade 4 representing a complete rupture or tear of the tendon/ligament off the bone. Barring a Grade 4 strain, which will require surgery to repair, training can and should continue to help the tissue heal.   Training increases blood flow and therefore nutrition to the muscle belly, helps removes waste from damaged cells, and promotes release of growth hormones that will promote healing and remodeling of muscle tissue. However, tendon strains will respond better to loading than ligament sprains. Because ligaments are poorly enervated and not very vascular, they should be given additional time to heal and let inflammation subside before loading. Ligaments are not as responsive to training as tendons and muscles, so ligament injuries have longer healing times, up to 6-8 weeks, compared to tendon injuries, which depending on severity may only take 1-2 weeks to heal.   While strains and sprains are acute injuries, tendonitis and it's insidious siblings tendonosis and tendonopathy is typically chronic in nature, an inflammation of the tendon that presents as painful, stiff, and achy. Tendonitis is probably the most common injury to the shoulder. Tendonosis and tendonopathy are more advanced forms of tendonitis in which the structure of the tendon itself is compromised, and bony changes in the joint may occur from the chronic inflammation.   Another common type of injury is the garbage-bag diagnosis of "impingement syndrome." Broadly, this refers to damage to the rotator cuff muscles and other soft tissue from getting trapped, or impinged, by the bony parts of the shoulder. In severe cases this bony contact can wear through the muscles and tendons of the rotator cuff, predisposing them to tearing. Some individuals are more prone to impingement than others, depending on how "hooked" their acromion processes are and how much space they have in their shoulder joints.   The last common injury to the shoulder we cover is dislocation,in which the humerus pops out of the joint. Subluxation may also occur, a more minor event in which the joint temporarily pops out of place and back in. Dislocation can be serious if the blood vessels and nerves are damaged, so it's important to seek a medical professional as soon as possible to properly reset the joint. Like ligament injuries, dislocations require time to heal and scar down before restarting training. Loading a dislocated shoulder too soon could create laxity in the joint, which will predispose it to more dislocations in the future.   Next week Coach D will be back to discuss common rehab methods for shoulder injuries, and basic training concepts for keeping your shoulders strong and healthy.

The Orthobullets Podcast
Question Session⎜Sports & Recon

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2019 23:00


In this episode, we will review multiple choice questions related to Ligaments of the Knee and THA Prosthesis Design. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message

The Orthobullets Podcast
Sports⎜Ligaments of the Knee

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2019 16:35


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Ligaments of the Knee from the Sports section. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message

StarTalk Radio
#ICMYI - Sports Injuries and Recovery

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2018 49:21


In case you missed this episode on the Playing with Science channel… Hosts Gary O’Reilly and Chuck Nice investigate the world of sports injuries and the future of recovery science alongside New York Mets and New York Rangers physician Dr. Joshua Dines and sports psychologist Dr. Jim Taylor.  Photo Credit: Bidgee [CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], from Wikimedia Commons.

The Orthobullets Podcast
Basic Science⎜Ligaments

The Orthobullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2018 10:47


In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Ligaments from the Basic Science section. Topic: https://www.orthobullets.com/basic-science/9016/ligaments --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message