Enclosed, cable-like bundle of axons in the peripheral nervous system
Episode 25. Inneklemming/entrapment av nervus medianus, nervus ulnaris, nervus radialis og nervus fibularis (peroneus) er hyppige nerver som rammes. Her får du en gjennomgang av de vanligste plagene ved inneklemming av enkeltnerver. Småprat og gjennomgang om hva du kan gjøre, tips og triks om hvilke sensoriske og motoriske plager pasienten kan få, og her får du også tips om andre podcaster og lærebøker. I studio sitter Jeanette Koht, Lise Elveseter og Karoline Haslum. Nevropodden redaksjon: Karoline Haslum (lege i spesialisering), Lise Elveseter (lege i spesialisering) og Jeanette Koht (nevrolog, ph.d). Jingle: Christoffer E. Hørbo og Are Brean. Logo: Tilde Rasmussen. Produsert av Oslo universitetssykehus, Nevrologisk avdeling. Følg oss på Facebook og Instagram!
I'm a big fan of studying common peripheral nerve entrapments from medical books that are by and for MD's. Here are some strategies that I have success with for foot pain and numbness that involves consideration of plantar nerve distribution and entrapments. Here's my favorite reference: https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B01FH37SI6&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_K2YXS3NA7Q3C76N2XPBG
In this episode, Brian and Josh respond to a listener question about playing in the extreme heat. Topics discussed include the importance of preparation, the need to control the controllables, and how understanding your body and limits prior to a match gives you a better chance to perform at a high level. Additionally, they review the importance of maintaining perspective and connecting to a deeper purpose of improvement and performance excellence in order to embrace extreme weather conditions and heat. References: Craighead, D. H., Shank, S. W., Gottschall, J. S., Passe, D. H., Murray, B., Alexander, L. M., & Kenney, W. L. (2017). Ingestion of transient receptor potential channel agonists attenuates exercise‐induced muscle cramps. Muscle & Nerve, 56(3), 379-385. https://doi.org/10.1002/mus.25611 Gomes, R. V., Moreira, A., Lodo, L., Nosaka, K., Coutts, A. J., & Aoki, M. S. (2013). Monitoring training loads, stress, immune-endocrine responses and performance in tennis players. Biology of Sport, 30(3), 173-180. doi: 10.5604/20831862.1059169 Kovacs, M. S. (2007). Tennis physiology: Training the competitive athlete. Sports Medicine, 37(3), 189-198. https://doi.org/10.2165/00007256-200737030-00001 Kovacs, M. S., & Baker, L. B. (2014). Recovery interventions and strategies for improved tennis performance. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48, i18-i21. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2013-093223 Ojala, T., & Häkkinen, K. (2013). Effects of the tennis tournament on players' physical performance, hormonal responses muscle damage and recovery. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 12, 240-248. Ranchordas, M. K., Rogersion, D., Ruddock, A., Killer, S. C., & Winter, E. M. (2013). Nutrition for tennis: Practical recommendations. Journal of Sports Science & Medicine, 12(2), 211-224. Reid, M., & Duffield, R. (2014). The development of fatigue during match-play tennis. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48, i7-i11. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2013-093196 To learn more about Josh and Brian's backgrounds and sport psychology businesses, go to TiebreakerPsych.com and PerformanceXtra.com. If you have feedback about the show or questions on the mental game in tennis, email us at TennisIQPodcast@gmail.com or use the hashtag #tennisIQ on Twitter. Don't forget to subscribe on YouTube or your podcast platform of choice (Spotify, Apple, Google, etc.) to stay up to date on future episodes.
Is there something you wish you had the “nerve” to do? Master Certified Life Coach & Bestselling Author Susan Hyatt helps her compelling guests to conquer their fears, upgrade their mindset, and get the “nerve” to go after whatever they want. Whether it's writing a book, leaving a day job, speaking on stage, setting boundaries with difficult people, building a dream business, or a different goal, Susan uses proven Life Coaching tools & techniques to help her guests become unstoppable.
In this episode of COL Drag Race ‘T-Time', Gary and Damon commence with their opinions on the next episodes of All-Stars. As the legends reach the halfway point of the season, listen in as the guys totally digest the queens while they give inspirational speeches, take us back in time 20 years and present a … Continue reading COLDR: AS7E03: Draguation Speeches & Total Ru-quest Live →
On the latest edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens and Ryan Koenigsberg are coming to you to break down all of the latest news in Broncos Country. The guys discuss Russell Wilson's comments explaining why Denver was the best city for him, talk about why they upset Seattle fans so much, break down Wilson and Peyton Manning's relationship, answer listener questions and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the fifth episode of the season, we focus on transitioning out of a mentoring relationship. Even good mentoring relationships can run their course or become ineffective as time goes on. This episode is a conversation about navigating rough patches in mentoring relationships and knowing when and how to move on. Featuring Ismail Ahmed, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, New York University School of Medicine; Imogen Hurley, PhD, Director, Office of Postdoctoral Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Sharon Mina Noh, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California, Irvine.ResourcesSharon references her NSF award. That was the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program: https://www.nsfgrfp.org/Imogen referenced that every university should have an Ombuds or Ombudsman Office. For example, the UW-Madison Ombuds office states “The Ombuds Office is a safe place where UW-Madison employees can seek guidance regarding workplace concerns at any time, without fear of reprisal, and at no cost to them. Ombuds provide faculty and staff with a confidential place to collaboratively explore complaints, clarify issues, and consider options and resources to address their concerns. Ombuds are impartial and non-aligned, working to promote fairness in the workplace.” - https://ombuds.wisc.edu/ Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
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It got real up in here talking about Father's day with Riggs, then we wondered if Tiffany was a jerk for wanting to skip out on a father's day sauna party, and Alley got called "fake" by her own freaking CHILDREN the NERVE!!
If you are like me you remember watching the Wizard of Oz and young Judy Garland playing the heroine Dorothy from a small time in Kansas. But what if the story was slightly rewritten. The setting is a small Kansas town and it is a couple of businesses that wondering if they should do a merger and a young HR Director by the name of Dora T. Gayle because of a bizarre "twister" of circumstances must now be the one to determine if the merger will work. We get introduced to Glenda Ozborn the CEO of OZ Technologies and some of her staff like Cher Crowe, Timm Mann, and Howard Lee Lyon, and of course Mitchell and his monkey Wingo, who is also known as The "Witchell" or the Wicked VP from the West. The story is fun, but the leadership lessons are even more powerful with every chapter. And on this episode of A New Direction Co-Author Dr. Kevin Gazzara walks through some of the lessons and the fun of the book. The book "The Leader of Oz: Revealing the 101 Secrets of Marvelous Leadership for the 21st Century" is a leadership book like none other. While the story is fun and engaging the lessons are timeless and priceless. What is more about the book is also a leadership assessment that you can measure your strengths in four areas: Brain, Heart, Nerve and Wisdom (I think you catch the OZ references). We begin the show with the most obvious and fundamental leadership dimension and that is of authenticity. And as both Dora T. and Dorothy discovery when we truly discover who we are it is when we truly begin the journey of leadership. Please say thank you to our sponsors! It is there financial support that allows A New Direction to continue growing and getting great authors like Rob Jolles. Epic Physical Therapy these are the physical therapists that work with everyone from professional athletes to everyday people like you and me are just looking to recover from surgery or move a little better. They have the latest equipment and certified staff to provide you with the customized treatment plan so that you can do the things you really want to do. When you are looking for EPIC Relief, EPIC Recovery and EPIC Results head on over to EPIC PT www.EPICpt.com Linda Craft & Team, Realtors for 35 years the choice of people all over the world. They are not only experts in residential real estate, they understand that your home is more is a place where you created some of your fondest memories. When you want a real estate professional who not only will get you the best price, but will care about your home like you would care about your home start with the Legends of Customer Service start with Linda Craft & Team. www.LindaCraft.com And Coaching Mavericks Are you stuck? Feel like you could be doing better? Searching for your purpose? Looking to better yourself or your career? Have you considered hiring a coach. That is what I do and I have helped dozens of people just like you excel in their life, career, and business. The first phone call is FREE, you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or click on over to CoachingMavericks.com
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This week, as Natural Born star! We're joined by Kevin Tudor of the podcast Almost Major to chat the long a varied career of Juliette Lewis! From the young star of Too Young to Die, to the breakout of Cape Fear, to the wild swings of Natural Born Killers, we cover it all! If you have any questions/comments/suggestions for the show, follow us on twitter @TheMixedReviews, like us on Facebook, e-mail us at email@example.com, visit our Instagram or TikTok for extra content, or stop by our shop and pick up some podcast merchandise! Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Spotify, Podchaser, Audible, or Google.
The overuse of pain medications and narcotics, like opioids, in health care over the last two decades has had devastating effects. The use of this long-lasting regional anesthetic has revolutionized the field of anesthesia and is part of an important and necessary shift in the conversation about how we manage pain. Not only championing its use in the surgical setting, Joseph Marino, MD, Northwell's senior vice president for anesthesia, is now expanding its use to emergency departments in Staten Island, Westchester and Long Island. The team responsible for implementing this approach at Staten Island University Hospital share their experiences using the femoral nerve block for certain painful ailments, like hip fractures. They include: Joshua Greenstein, MD, Assistant Medical Director, Department of Emergency Medicine Maria Tama, MD, co-director, division of emergency ultrasound in the hospital's Department of Emergency Medicine Simone Rudnin, DO, co-director, division of emergency ultrasound, Department of Emergency Medicine and director, emergency medicine clerkship
Valley Sounds this week features new music from Hazel Green Hip Hop duo WordzPerfect with tunes from their new album “Crowd Control”. We've also got new music from Hunnivega, Skybearer, Katabasis, John Tinger, Dafro, and Gawshock along with tunes from Andy Braden, The Nerve and Red Dot. Hear Valley Sounds Saturday nights at 9pm on WLRH 89.3 FM/HD, and Sunday nights at 9pm on 88.1 WUTC Chattanooga or download the podcast with the WLRH Mobile App!
Feeling tingling or numbness around the neck area? Been diagnosed with a herniation? DocJen & Dr. Dom dive into the different types of herniations, where it's most prevalent around the neck, what symptoms correlate with the diagnosis, and contributing factors to the nerve-related symptoms. They explain nuances surrounding the herniation diagnosis, debunk myths about neck herniations and nerve-related symptoms, and provide their best tips to navigating your symptoms at home. Tune in! Have you trained your feet? DocJen is introducing her brand new 14-day barefoot mini course that comprises 10 minute videos that assess the foot and ankle complex, how it works together and why you might be falling into specific pain patterns. Each week will end with a solid flow of exercises to help understand your bare feet and get them working and moving again. Our feet are our foundation, affecting the achilles, knee, hips, and lower back. Jon us and strengthen those feet! What You Will Learn In This PT Pearl: 02:31 - Where do people experience disc herniations most? 06:10 - Is stretching with herniations the best? 08:47 - Anatomy of the spinal vertebrae 11:56 - Nerve related symptoms & seeing a physical therapist 14:30 - Contributing factors to cervical disc herniation 16:50 - How to set up your neck for success 20:02 - How to promote stability 22:08 -How targeting below the neck can help the neck 26:07 - Breathing against resistance 27:13 - Shoulder blade awareness 27:47 - What did Dr. Dom's dad do for his cervical herniation Watch Episode 212 on Youtube For research and full show notes, visit the full website at: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode212/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tobpodcast/message
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the fourth episode of the season, we focus on adaptive and resilient mentoring. While this is an evergreen topic, the last two years of the COVID-19 pandemic have tested the limits of our mentoring relationships. In this episode, we discuss how mentors and mentees can navigate these challenges.Featuring Theanne Griffith, PhD, Assistant Professor, UC Davis, Sarah Kucenas, PhD, Professor of Biology, University of Virginia, and Raele Robison, PhD, CCC-SLP, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Wisconsin-Madison.ResourcesAron, Arthur, et al. "The experimental generation of interpersonal closeness: A procedure and some preliminary findings." Personality and social psychology bulletin 23.4 (1997): 363-377. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0146167297234003“Building Trust Through Skillful Self-Disclosure” by Lynn Offermann and Lisa Rosh: https://hbr.org/2012/06/instantaneous-intimacy-skillfuResources and articles related to disability/ableism in academia:"How the Unknown Led to Certainty for PhD Student and PH Patient Raele Robison" by Raele Robison: https://phassociation.org/unknown-led-certainty-phd-student-ph-patient-raele-robison/ “Advancing Disability Inclusion in the Scientific Workforce” by Marie A. Bernard: https://diversity.nih.gov/blog/2021-07-21-advancing-disability-inclusion-scientific-workforce “Ableism in Academia”, Edited by Nicole Brown and Jennifer Leigh: https://www.uclpress.co.uk/products/123203“Academia's ableist culture laid bare” by Kendall Powell: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02695-0“Academia's ableist mindset needs to change” by Kendall Powell: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02907-7Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
Newly elected Charlotte City Council Rep. Marjorie Molina discusses her goals for when she's sworn in to represent District 5, from development at Eastland to infrastructure in the rural far-eastern parts of the city.
Ms. Zaderej has served as Axogen's President, Chief Executive Officer, and a member of our Board of Directors since September 2011 and the Chairman of our Board of Directors since May 2018. Since May 2010, she has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Axogen's wholly owned subsidiary, Axogen Corporation, and a member of the Board of Directors of Axogen Corporation. Ms. Zaderej joined Axogen Corporation in May 2006 and served as Vice President of Marketing and Sales from May 2006 to October 2007 and as Chief Operating Officer from October 2007 to May 2010. From October 2004 to May 2006, Ms. Zaderej worked for Zaderej Medical Consulting, a consulting firm she founded to assist medical device companies build and execute successful commercialization plans. From 1987 to 2004, Ms. Zaderej worked at Ethicon, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company, where she held senior positions in marketing, business development, research & development, and manufacturing. Ms. Zaderej is a member of the University of Tampa Board of Trustees and the MedExec Women Board of Advisors. Ms. Zaderej has an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Business and a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University.
In this episode of COL Drag Race ‘T-Time', Gary and Damon are back at it again as the queens return for another All-Stars season. This time around, it's All-Stars, All WINNERS!! As eight previous winners battle it out to become the Queen of All Queens, listen in as the guys share their feelings on all … Continue reading COLDR: AS7E01: Legends & Snatch Game →
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the third episode of the season, we are talking with mentor mentee pairs about how they develop productive relationships, including aligning their expectations and working through challenges. Featuring Avital Rodal, PhD - Associate Professor of Biology, Brandeis University; Matthew Pescosolido, PhD – Postdoctoral Fellow, Brandeis University; Kay Tye, PhD – Professor, Salk Institute for Biological Studies; and Austin Coley, PhD - Postdoctoral Associate, Salk Institute for Biological Studies.ResourcesResources and examples for writing a lab manual:“How to…write a lab handbook” from The Biologist: https://thebiologist.rsb.org.uk/biologist-features/how-to-write-a-lab-handbookLab Manual Resources from OSF: https://osf.io/2xn6z/wiki/Other%20lab%20manual%20resources/“Redesigning our lab practices” by Ari Benjamin: http://kordinglab.com/2019/12/20/lab-redesign.htmlDr. Rodal's Lab Manual: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gUtWSk7CqV3syAenEc11rnz4H5-yvU65b48NM46n-Vs/editmyIDP ScienceCareers for drafting an Individual Development Plan: https://myidp.sciencecareers.org/ Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER) has numerous FREE resources for mentors and mentees, including creating a mentoring compact (login required): https://cimerproject.org/ Season 2 of Building Up the Nerve takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees: https://ninds.buzzsprout.com/ Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
In this episode, Bryan tells Kristen about a funny dream that he had the night before and shares some of the lessons that he also learned from the dream as well. Life Level 1 is a general topic podcast about life from the humorous perspective of Bryan and his broad, Kristen. Bryan has a background in video game development and Kristen has a background in life. The thoughts and opinions expressed on this podcast are those of the individual contributors alone and are not a reflection of their employers.
This week's Word on the Street, Angel and I get into how Marc Daily is requesting proceeds from Moore Manor in the divorce settlement with Kenya Moore. Boy bye, did you put in on this??? Next, ex-husband of Gazelle Bryant, Pastor Jamal Bryant is passing judgement on the way Kevin Samuels lived his life. Isn't this the same man that can't keep his d*%k in his pants??? The Nerve of this man. In the Hot Cup of CoCo, Angel is giving all BTS in the strip club. Drink with CoCo Cranberry Vodka Sour - 1.5 oz Vodka - 4.5 oz Cranberry Juice - 1 oz Lime Juice - 1 oz orange juice CoCo's IG/Twitter/TikTok: @kikiingwithcoco Facebook: www.facebook.com/kikiingwithcoco Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: www.kikiingwithcocopodcast.com Angel's IG: @imangel.2.2
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AxoGen (AXGN) stock price today was up over 6%. AxoGen is a developer and marketer of surgical solutions for peripheral nerve injuries. Recently, AxoGen announced positive topline results for Avance Nerve Graft product. Chairman and CEO Karen Zaderej weighs in on nerve grafting and the recent AxoGen earnings report that indicated $31M in revenue. How will this healthcare stock perform moving forward?
On this episode, we talked about the NBA Playoffs, the NBA MVP race, the Canelo/Bivol fight, StockX getting caught selling fake sneakers, the end of the iPod, and wrap up with the YSL case and the weird discourse around it on social media. Tap in! Follow, Subscribe, Like & Share! Follow The Show Your Work Team! @ShowYourWorkNet Nelson: @whoisoriginel DJ Larry: @DJLarry0093 Tre : @2LsYungin Winston: @KingMurphyMedia
Extra Credit assignments Exploring/Digging You shouldn't have touched me === We'll be going on our regularly scheduled mid-season break after this episode- with Unwell S4/ep7 landing on July 6, 2022. Don't worry though- we'll have interstitial episodes coming out on our usual release schedule! Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Joshua K. Harris as Rudy, Michael Turrentine as Wes, Pat King as Chester, Tara Schile as Sophia. Written by Bilal Dardai, sound design by Alexander Danner, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, theme music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, associate producer Ani Enghdahl, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Eli Hamada McIlveen, Executive Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Nils Gardner, by HartLife NFP. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Right now there are 184 drag queens who have competed to be the next drag superstar on RuPaul's Drag Race TV shows all over the world.And that number of queens is quickly growing as dozens of new contestants wait for their turn in the spotlight as their seasons start to air.So how does Janey Jacké, a little Dutch girl from the Brewster-Häagen-Dazs projects of Amnsterman lip sync for her life in wooden clogs stand out from the rest to win over the hearts of drag fans around the world?Today Janey Jacké, runner up from Drag Race Holland Season One and Semi-Finalist on Drag Race UK vs The World Season One joins us to talk about her adventures as an international drag superstar and rising above the ocean of talented performers with her Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve and Talent.Listen as we chat with Janey about the upcoming RuPaul's Drag Race British Invasion Tour, growing up in a Amesteram's liberal pro-recreational drug environment and the secret to a good stroopwafel.JANEY JACKÉ: https://www.instagram.com/janeyjackeRuPaul's Drag Race British Invasion: https://vossevents.comPlus,➤ Andy Warhol's ‘Marilyn' painting sells for $195 million at auction- the most for any US artist.Episode #3026
Season 3, Episode 17. Chuck and Chris discuss academia and education. We also take a deep dive on a listener submitted case on nerve injury during carpal tunnel release. We share insights on workup and surgical technique.We plan a newsletter launch soon. Subscribe here: https://wustl.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=c6fe13919f69cbe248767c4e8&id=10e0c1dd85 Survey Link:Help Chuck and Chris understand better what you like and what we can improve. And be entered for drawing to win a mug! https://bit.ly/349aUvzAs always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu. And thanks to Eric Zhu, aspiring physician and podcast intern.
On this episode LB and Clark chat about the Pain in LB's Biggest Nerve, Hey--Don't Call me Nanny and Who did the Dicks? iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bad-advice-w-lori-beth-denberg/id1532947865 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0yCKLzV6uvNNaD80GX6UPP Stitcher: http://stitcher.com/going-dork/bad-advice-with-lori-beth-denberg Podbay: https://podbay.fm/p/bad-advice-with-lori-beth-denberg Castbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/Bad-Advice-with-Lori-Beth-Denberg-id3351455?country=us Podcast Republic: https://www.podcastrepublic.net/podcast/1532947865 Starring: Lori Beth Denberg (@loribethdenberg) Clark Crozer (@HeresMyPitch) Produced by: Jeremy Balon (@remybalon) at Seltzer Kings Studios (@seltzerkings) (@seltzerkingspodcasts) Network: Seltzer Kings (@seltzerkings) seltzerkings.com Website: askloribeth.com Tour: Nostalgia Personified Patreon: patreon.com/askloribeth Instagram: @askloribeth Twitter: @askloribeth Voicemail: 1 (855) Denberg Want to Advertise on the Show? https://www.advertisecast.com/askloribeth Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the second episode of the season, we focus on finding mentors that are a good fit, how to choose a research advisor, and how to build a mentoring team.Featuring Shawn Bates, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at California State University, Chico; Yesenia Garcia, Neuroscience PhD Student, Emory University; and Kaela Singleton, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Emory University School of Medicine.ResourcesBroadening the Representation of Academic Investigators in NeuroScience (BRAINS): https://brains.uw.edu/ Summer Program in Neuroscience, Excellence and Success (SPINES): https://www.mbl.edu/education/advanced-research-training-courses/course-offerings/summer-program-neuroscience-excellence-and-successNeuroscience Scholars Program (NSP): https://www.sfn.org/initiatives/diversity-initiatives/neuroscience-scholars-program Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
CF 227: Nerve Flossing Carpal Tunnel & Catastrophizing Today we're going to talk about Nerve Flossing Carpal Tunnel & Catastrophizing But first, here's that sweet sweet bumper music Purchase Dr. Williams's book, a perfect educational tool and chiropractic research reference for the daily practitioner, from the Amazon store TODAY! OK, we are back... The post Nerve Flossing Carpal Tunnel & Catastrophizing appeared first on Chiropractic Forward.
This week we learn about the nerve impulse. This is an electrical charge that travels along the neuron. Find us on the internet! Our website - Teachmescience.co.ukEmail - email@example.comTwitter - twitter.com/teachmebiocastInstagram - @teachmebiologycastSupport us - www.buymeacoffee.com/teachmebiologySupport the show
Kirk Withrow, MD, director of Salivary and Sleep Surgery in the UAB Department of Otolaryngology, discusses a new solution for patients who do not tolerate CPAP therapy: hypoglossal nerve stimulator implantation. A CPAP machine is the first-line treatment for obstructive sleep apnea because it works when patients use it consistently—and many either cannot or do not. Hypoglossal nerve stimulation represents a new approach, adding muscle tone to the upper airway to ensure airflow. Dr. Withrow was the first surgeon in Alabama to implant a hypoglossal nerve stimulator in 2016, and he discusses the positive outcomes of the 300 implants he has placed since. As he explains in detail, the device simplifies patient adherence after being placed in a low-morbidity outpatient procedure. Find out what makes a patient a good candidate.
Season 3, Episode 16. Chuck and Chris with a grab bag of topics including listener emails and a few very interesting surgical cases. We will discuss the placebo effect and recovery after long bone fracture + a few nerve and elbow cases.We plan a newsletter launch soon. Subscribe here: https://wustl.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=c6fe13919f69cbe248767c4e8&id=10e0c1dd85 Survey Link:Help Chuck and Chris understand better what you like and what we can improve. And be entered for drawing to win a mug! https://bit.ly/349aUvzAs always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu. And thanks to Eric Zhu, aspiring physician and podcast intern.
I take a look at the colourful and intricate Fittonia, aka the nerve plant, and answer a question about notching Ficus plants. For full show notes visit https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/fittonia-nerve-plant This episode is sponsored by Soltech Solutions. Check out their range of lights now at soltechsolutions.com and get 15% off with code ONTHELEDGE.
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In Trust Me, I'm Lying, Ryan Holiday reveals the media manipulation tactics he used as Marketing Director of American Apparel, and for his PR clients. Meanwhile, he exposes the inner workings of a modern media machine in which incentives make it impossible for the version of reality depicted in the media to come close to resembling the truth. I think it's Holiday's best book, and one of the best media studies books. So, here, in my own words, is my Trust Me, I'm Lying summary. Yes, this book is about lying Before Ryan Holiday became known as an author of modern stoicism books, he dropped out of college at nineteen to apprentice under 48 Laws of Power author, Robert Green. He later was the marketing director for American Apparel, and now has a PR agency, Brass Check, where he advises corporate clients and authors. As the title of the book suggests, the tactics Holiday confesses to might make your skin crawl. They involve deliberate provocation, bribery, impersonation, and – since it's called Trust Me, I'm Lying – making stuff up. But everyone should read it This may turn people off to the book, but if you're an author, marketer, entrepreneur, musician, filmmaker, or comedian, you're in the business of trying to get your message into the world. So, ignore this book at your own peril. The people with whom you compete for attention are using these tactics. Understanding these tactics is a good way to understand the mechanics of media. You can use this knowledge to get your message out in less nefarious ways (more on that later). And, if you're someone who thinks it's your duty to read the news, to “stay informed,” you owe it to yourself to read this book. But be prepared to have that belief challenged, and your conception of reality altered. Media is a “racket” Holiday describes the modern media system as a “racket,” the word which Major General Smedley D. Butler once used to describe war. He defined it as something “where only a small group of insiders know what's really going on and they operate for the benefit of a few and at the expense of basically everyone else.” Journalists are poor, busy, and desperate for a story The main insider in the modern media system is the journalist, more generally, a “blogger,” who might be someone writing articles for a small blog, or even a major media outlet such as the Huffington Post. Holiday uses “blogger” and “journalist,” interchangeably, and I will, too. Journalists are poor To help you understand the motivations of many of these journalists, Holiday points out this: They might have gone to an expensive grad school, and now live in a big, expensive city, such as NYC, San Francisco, or Washington D.C. They've been close enough to taste a $200,000-a-year journalism job. But now they're churning out articles at a breakneck pace, without even getting health insurance. Meanwhile, the people they cover are rich and successful, and may include talentless reality TV stars. New York magazine called the result “the rage of the creative underclass.” Journalists are busy These bloggers have to write a face-melting amount of content. When journalist Bekah Grant left VentureBeat, she wrote a post saying she averaged five posts a day – more than 1,700 articles in twenty months. Henry Blodget, founder of Business Insider, said his bloggers need to generate three times their salary, benefits, and overhead costs to be worth hiring. So, an employee making sixty-thousand dollars a year needs to produce 1.8 million page views a month, every month. (1.8 million page views is a lot. At my current traffic, it takes me about a decade to generate that much on my blog, and I make more than sixty-thousand dollars a year.) Journalists are desperate for a story Most sites that journalists write for make their money from ads, and the way to make money from ads is to generate page views. As such, many journalists are paid by the page view. I've personally heard this from a friend who worked for a newspaper with a good reputation, covering news for a major city. So, journalists are desperate for a story that will generate page views. So, if you give them a juicy story that will generate page views, they will generally publish it. They're too busy to fact check it, and since they're compensated by the page view, they aren't motivated to care whether or not it's true. Readers want to be entertained, and don't care what's true So you've got poor, busy, and desperate journalists paid by the page view, and the people they're writing for want to be entertained. Negativity attracts attention In 2010, Jonah Berger analyzed 7,000 articles from the New York Times' most-emailed list. He found that the best predictor of virality was: how much anger does the article evoke? Increasing the anger rating of an article had two-and-a-half times the impact of increasing its positivity rating. The human mind is irresistibly attracted to negativity. When subjects of a study were shown footage of war, airplane crashes, and natural disasters, they paid more attention and remembered more than non-negative footage. Corrections don't work Negativity attracts page views, so journalists want juicy stories, and don't care if they're true – and neither do readers, it seems. One study found that when people were shown a fake article with a correction at the bottom, they were more likely to believe it than those who saw an article without a correction. (Note from me: this finding hasn't been consistent across other studies. (Is that a correction you believe?) In any case, people's beliefs are still resistant to contrary facts.) Despite this, online news outlets are financially motivated to publish stories, whether they're true or not. A Gawker reporter once said, “Gawker believes that publicly airing rumors out is usually the quickest way to get to the truth,” going on to say, “Let's acknowledge that we can't vouch for the veracity or truth of the rumors we'll be sharing here.” Journalists are motivated to publish false stories, and, as Holiday points out, “While the internet allows content to be written iteratively, the audience does not read or consume it iteratively.” In other words, they see the story, not the correction. Media manipulation strategy: Trading up the chain Holiday shares nine media manipulation tactics in the book, but they all essentially serve the strategy that Holiday calls, “trading up the chain.” And trading up the chain is something you can do, even without lying. The chain Here's how it works: Get coverage on smaller outlets. Those stories then get covered on mid-level outlets. Finally, major outlets pick up stories from the mid-level outlets. Smaller outlets can be individual blogs, social media, or local websites that cover a neighborhood or scene. Mid-level outlets are blogs of newspapers or local television stations. They can also be “sister sites” of bigger outlets, so they might be affiliated with Newsweek, or CBS. Major outlets are the big ones, like the New York Times, CNN, or The Today Show. It's easy to get coverage on the small outlets It's easy to get coverage on smaller outlets, Holiday says. If there's a bigger outlet on which you want coverage, review stories for patterns. What are the stories about? Is there a smaller outlet where stories consistently show up before stories on the bigger outlet? The smaller the outlet, the less they fact-check Holiday says the smaller an outlet is, the less they fact check. This is where the lying comes in. Holiday confesses to creating fake email accounts to send tips to bloggers, leaking fake internal memos, and having his assistant pose as him over email and even over the phone. You don't even have to start with the small outlets. Holiday says he successfully “conned” reporters from Reuter's, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, The Today Show, and the New York Times. Using HARO, or “Help a Reporter Out” – which is an email list reporters use to find story sources – he found journalists who were looking for experts on various subjects. Holiday isn't an expert on, say, vinyl record collecting, but these reporters were presumably on deadlines, and so not inclined to fact check. Holiday says he did it as a stunt to prove how ridiculous he thinks HARO is, and points out that even after he publicly embarrassed these outlets, they continue to use the service. Subprime truth One of my favorite observations from the book is that the fuzziness of truth in the media is like the subprime mortgage crisis. During the subprime mortgage crisis, banks sold loans to other banks, who sold those to other banks. These loans were rated by ratings agencies that were overwhelmed, and driven by conflicts of interest. One example of false information in the media Holiday seized upon was when a journalist misinterpreted the Wikipedia page of Holiday's client, Tucker Max. Holiday had written Max's page to show that his book had been on the New York Times best-seller list for some period of time in each of three consecutive years. The journalist apparently read that, then wrote a story saying Max's book had been on the best-seller list for three years. That was wrong, but Holiday ran with it, updating the Wikipedia page to say Max's book had, indeed, been on the list for three years, citing the incorrect article as proof. (The Wikipedia page has since been corrected.) Like the subprime mortgage crisis, in the news media, overwhelmed and conflicted reporters write stories, which are then picked up by other overwhelmed and conflicted reporters. In Balaji Srinivasan's second appearance on the Tim Ferriss show, which I summarized on episode 274, he describes how a different kind of chain could ensure verifiable truth gets traded up the chain – in this case, a blockchain. Pseudo-events By getting a story into one outlet, then “trading up the chain” to get it covered in another, you're creating a “pseudo-event.” If you remember my summary of The Image on episode 257, author Daniel J. Boorstin describes pseudo-events as fake events that are deliberately placed in the news, so that they become real. Holiday created a lot of pseudo-events for Max when his movie based upon his book, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, was debuting. He bought ads in newspapers around the country, then sent anonymous complaints to the newspapers, leaking those complaints to blogs, to get coverage. He notified college LGBT and women's rights groups of screenings, so they would protest at theaters and the nightly news would cover it. He bought a billboard, defaced it, and reported it to journalists to get news coverage. It seems almost certain that the Russian Internet Research Agency read Holiday's book. They spent many years – and probably still are – hacking public opinion in the U.S. and in other countries, creating Facebook pages for various causes, “astroturfing” those pages with activity from fake profiles, then using that influence make real-life events happen. For example, in 2016 they organized opposing protests – one through the Facebook group, “Heart of Texas,” the other for “United Muslims of America” – at the same time, on the same day, across the street from each other. Trading sensationalism up the chain for free advertising Holiday says his “leveraged advertising strategy” of running sensational ads for American Apparel just to get news coverage was responsible for 50% growth in online sales in three years with “a miniscule ad budget.” He says he deliberately designed ads that would inspire outrage: dressing up kids like adults, putting clothes on dogs, or writing ad copy that didn't make sense. When he couldn't use some promotional Halloween costume photos, because of copyright concerns, he had one of his employees leak them to Gawker and Jezebel, where they were covered in an article that got ninety-thousand views. He ran ads on small websites, featuring porn actress Sasha Grey, completely nude. The ads were covered by Nerve, Buzzfeed, Fast Company, Jezebel, and more. All this coverage for just $1,200 in ads (though it's not clear how much he paid Grey). He says, “my strategy has always been: If I want to be written about, I do things they have to write about.” This is how, according to Holiday, Donald Trump got $4.6 billion of free publicity during his presidential campaign. Pseudo-events for reputational damage control Because of the way the media works, Holiday says if a client of his is in trouble, the best strategy is to create what's essentially a pseudo-event. A major newspaper wrote a hit piece on a client of Holiday's. The journalist who wrote the hit piece was also running a hate blog about the client's company on the side. The client complained to the journalist's editor, but they didn't seem to care. So, Holiday advised his client to write an internal memo to his company, then forward that memo to a competing outlet, which published an article with the memo. The memo was apparently quite damning, because the original newspaper had no choice but to respond. Because bloggers aren't incentivized to care about the truth, and readers are attracted to drama, Holiday says there's no point in trying to correct something that's been said about you in the media. If you want to try, he says, “be prepared to have to be an obsequious douche. You've got to flatter bloggers into thinking that somehow the mistake wasn't their fault.” Ways of using these tactics that are less...gross I personally can't judge Holiday for using these tactics. The medium is the message; as one of Holiday's chapters proclaims, “everyone else is doing it”; and there's no denying that Holiday is good at getting coverage for himself and his clients. But, I'm probably not the only one uncomfortable with impersonating others and lying to get coverage. You can still learn a lot from Trust Me, I'm Lying. Trade up the chain Trading up the chain is a completely legitimate tactic. If you want coverage somewhere, pay attention to where they get their story ideas, and what stories they like to cover. This applies to influencers, too. I no longer interview people on this podcast, but I get so many pitches that are totally irrelevant. You have a better chance of, say, getting interviewed on a podcast, if you tailor your pitch to the target show. And if you get coverage from a micro-influencer that influences a bigger influencer, you might move up the chain. Be remarkable While anger gets a lot of attention, you don't have to be negative in your marketing. You can instead be remarkable – what Seth Godin calls a Purple Cow. I love the ridiculous book titles of author Chuck Tingle. Are you ready for this? How could you not laugh when you hear the title, Domald Tromp Pounded in the Butt By the Handsome Russian T-Rex Who Also Peed On His Butt And Then Blackmailed Him With the Videos Of His Butt Getting Peed On. Even if you don't buy one of his books, his titles are attention-grabbing and spread. Bread Face Blog makes a living smashing bread with her face. It's so absurd, it has to attract attention. The Instagram algorithm sees that attention, and gets her videos in front of more people. The New York Times had to write about her – how could they not? Create a message for the medium If the medium is the message, create a message for the medium. Whatever you're creating, think about how it spreads through media, whether that's social media, traditional media, or word-of-mouth. Lately, I've been seeing how people on Instagram share highlights of quotes in books. It makes sense to have larger pull quotes in my next book, so they have something pretty to take a picture of. Have you been to a restaurant or event where there's a decorated nook specifically for taking photos and sharing them on social media? Not an accident. While researching Times Square ad space for my own publicity stunt I'm working on, I saw one fact sheet point out that Times Square was “the third-most Instagrammed location in the world.” Point being if you put up an ad there, lots of people bragging to their friends about their trips to New York will spread your ad for you. When I write a title of a book, I ask myself if it passes the “cocktail party test.” How would it feel to tell someone at a cocktail party you're reading a book by this title? Proud and strong? Good. Embarrassed or weak? Bad. Mind Management, Not Time Management is what I call a “turnkey title.” The title alone makes a statement you can use, without reading the book. It helps make it memorable, so it spreads. Create pseudo-events Today's media is increasingly participatory. People are not just consumers of media, but also makers of media. By creating pseudo-events, you can get more out of the media you create. I recently saw a cool video on TikTok, showing the process of making a video that showed the process of making a pizza. I know, meta, right? It's a pseudo-event. The video of them making pizza was made for the media. The video of them making the video making pizza made me think they're really good cinematographers. Of course, they teased the original video at the end of the cinematography video, and I had to go watch it. Many readers of the books I write also write books. So, my KDP income reports are essentially pseudo-events. One reason they exist is, I have a business writing books for people who write books, and they show that I know how to run a business writing books. They attract the attention of people who will like my books. Be careful Trust Me, I'm Lying is a must-read for anyone doing anything with media. But be careful what you do with these tactics. I know I've heard Tucker Max lament the reputation he's gained as a result of the tactics in the book. I've also heard Max say the same for Holiday – that maybe it wasn't such a good idea to write a book that says he's a liar right in the title. As Holiday warns, “if you chase the kind of attention I chased, and use the tactics I've used, there will be blowback.” There's your Trust Me, I'm Lying book summary Not all of the book is tactics. Much of it is more media commentary, with some media history sprinkled in, and some airing of grievances Holiday has with various journalists and media outlets. Despite the damage Holiday may have done to his reputation by writing Trust Me, I'm Lying, I really appreciate the book, and it took guts to confess to the things he did in the book. It's on my list of best media books. About Your Host, David Kadavy David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start and Design for Hackers. Through the Love Your Work podcast, his Love Mondays newsletter, and self-publishing coaching David helps you make it as a creative. 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