February 3, 2011 at 6:29 pm (Chiropractors & Chiropractic, Evidence Based Medicine, Evidence Informed Chiropractic, Health, Podcast, Research, Responsible Chiropractic, Shameless Self-Promotion, website design)
Dr. Randy Ferrance is a medical physician who was a practicing chiropractor when he entered medical school. Raised in an evangelical chiropractic family, he wasn’t vaccinated as a child. He speaks on bridging the gap from chiropractic to medicine, on his experiences making the transition from chiropractic to medicine and on how chiropractors can best develop working relationships with medical doctors.
Does Dr. Ferrance experience prejudice for being a chiropractor/medical doctor? Yes…but it’s not from whom you’d think.
Interview conducted with Dr. Brett L. Kinsler.
Get the podcast here or look for OnTheOtherHand Podcast on iTunes.
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January 30, 2011 at 2:06 pm (Alternative Medicine, Chiropractors & Chiropractic, Evidence Informed Chiropractic, Health, Podcast, Responsible Chiropractic, Shameless Self-Promotion, Skepticism)
Tags: chiropractic podcast, chiropractor, iTunes, ontheotherhand, skeptic
I keep being told that in order to maximize our exposure with the podcast, we need to also have some video. I produced this video promo in order to let more people know about the project in which we help to uncover more scientific, ethical, intelligent people in chiropractic, alternative medicine and health care.
January 20, 2011 at 2:47 pm (Alternative Medicine, Chiropractors & Chiropractic, Critical Thinking, Evidence Based Medicine, Evidence Informed Chiropractic, Podcast, Research, Responsible Chiropractic, Skepticism)
Tags: Alternative Medicine, CAM Edzard Ernst, chiropractic, health research, Podcast, skeptic
Professor Edzard Ernst, MD, PhD, FRCP, FRCP holds the Laing Chair in Complementary Medicine at the Peninsula Medical School, University of Exeter and is the Editor-in-Chief of two medical journals. He has also been seen as a major public opponent of chiropractic and alternative medicine. He has devoted most of his career to publishing articles that are critical of complementary and alternative medicine….an unbelievable number of papers. Like 1500 or so. He’s been especially critical of chiropractic and, in the opinion of many researchers, has glossed over important research and exaggerated results. To me, what’s most interesting about Ernst is that he claims objectivity and lack of agenda. This podcast asks some tough questions of Prof. Ernst.
You can get the podcast episode on iTunes by searching the podcast section for “On The Other Hand” or you can just click here.
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January 8, 2011 at 3:08 pm (Chiropractors & Chiropractic, Education, Evidence Informed Chiropractic, Podcast, Research, Responsible Chiropractic, Soft tissue)
Tags: brett kinsler, chiropractic, fascia, Podcast, soft tissue, warren hammer
Fascia is the newest focus in manual medicine. Those fibrous sheets that surround muscle are proving to be the link to all sorts of musculoskeletal problems. In this podcast episode, I interviewed one of the foremost experts on soft tissue manipulation who is bringing some groundbreaking techniques on fascial manipulation to the United States for the first time.
Excited about his recent work with well-known Italian physical therapist Luigi Stecco, Dr. Warren Hammer brings his 50 year experience in chiropractic and soft tissue procedures to his candid talk with me on our On The Other Hand podcast.
The episode can be found on iTunes or here.
Think you know all about chiropractors? Think again.
Interview published on the On The Other Hand podcast series by Rochester, NY chiropractor Dr. Brett L. Kinsler.
December 18, 2010 at 3:08 am (Athletes, Chiropractors & Chiropractic, Evidence Informed Chiropractic, Podcast, Responsible Chiropractic, sports, West Hartford Group)
Tags: brett kinsler, FAKTR, NFL, olympics, sports chiropractic, Tom Hyde
Dr. Tom Hyde co-developed Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation, Provocation and Motion (FAKTR-PM).
Tom Hyde, DC has had so many accomplishments and he discusses several of them in an episode of our podcast including how he helped to incorporate chiropractors into the world of professional sports. Hyde talks about how the barriers were broken to get chiropractic services to Olympic athletes, how he became the chiropractic physician for the Miami Dolphins and he discusses the procedure he co-developed, called FAKTR-PM.
FAKTR-PM stands for “Functional And Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation, Provocation and Motion.” It was developed to help speed recovery from chronic musculoskeletal pain syndromes and has also been shown to work extremely well on acute musculoskeletal/fascial conditions.
In 1987, Tom Hyde became the first chiropractor to be accepted to the volunteer program for chiropractors at the United States Olympic Training Center, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and was subsequently selected to serve as the official chiropractor for the 1987 Pan American Games. In 2001, Hyde was inducted to the Hall of Fame of the Sports Council of the American Chiropractic Association. In 2002, he was named “Sports Chiropractor of the Year” by the Florida Chiropractic Association Sports Injury Council. He was named “Person of the Year” by Dynamic Chiropractic in 2009.
He is an avid mountain climber and will soon be going to Kilimanjaro for the 3rd time. He invited podcast listeners to join him on the climb.
His website www.faktr-pm.com will be changed in January 2011 to www.faktr.com
Find the podcast and show notes at OnTheOtherHand.podbean.com or look for us on iTunes.
December 15, 2010 at 1:43 pm (Chiropractors & Chiropractic, Evidence Informed Chiropractic, NCQA, Podcast, Research, Responsible Chiropractic)
Tags: brett kinsler, chiropractic, hospital based chiropractic, ian paskowski, jordan hospital
Ian Paskowski, DC is the medical director of the medical spine care program at Jordan Hospital. In this episode of On The Other Hand, he discusses delivering high quality spine care in a community based hospital and the future of this type of multi-disciplinary program. He stresses that the program’s success hinges on patient centered care and in following the NCQA Back Pain Recognition Program guidelines as well as implementing best practices from the medical literature. Practicing in an environment where medical specialties work together and chiropractors act in back pain triage has proven itself successful for Dr. Paskowski and his medical back pain program.
Find the podcast on iTunes or wherever fine evidence influenced podcasts are offered. Direct link.
Podcast interview conducted by me, Dr. Brett L. Kinsler, skeptical Rochester chiropractor, blogger and one generally curious cat.
December 2, 2010 at 4:49 pm (Chiropractors & Chiropractic, Evidence Informed Chiropractic, Podcast, Responsible Chiropractic, Website Recommendations)
Tags: brett kinsler, chiropractic research, Education, Podcast, shawn thistle
Chiropractor Shawn Thistle discusses chiropractic's relationship with research on the On The Other Hand Podcast.
Chiropractors have an interesting relationship with research. Some part of the profession uses it to properly guide the manner in which we make clinical decisions. Some chiropractors only use research when it agrees with what we are already doing to reinforce our decisions. Some use it as marketing tool — no matter how weak the evidence may be. And some chiropractors ignore research entirely.
I had to opportunity to speak with Dr. Shawn Thistle from Research Review Service. His company acts to distill down some of the more important research for field practitioners and translate it into a format that is easier to understand and use. Something like an electronic journal watch personalized for chiropractors. Since he straddles the line between active practice and research liaison, he sits in a unique vantage point.
Dr. Thistle and I spoke on an episode of the On The Other Hand Podcast which can be found on iTunes or here. He also offered listeners to the podcast a discount code if they are interested in his review service subscription. Enter “OTOH” (which stands for the title of the podcast) during checkout and you can save 25% on subscription fees. I have no part of this arrangement –I’m just passing it along as a friendly thank you to my blog readers and podcast listeners. Enjoy.
Podcast interview conducted by Dr. Brett L. Kinsler.
November 7, 2010 at 9:20 pm (Chiropractors & Chiropractic, Evidence Informed Chiropractic, Podcast, Prescription Rights, Responsible Chiropractic)
Tags: John J. Triano, on the other hand, Podcast, prescription rights, subluxation
Should chiropractors be allowed to prescribe some pharmaceuticals or over the counter medications with proper training? Some say yes, others disagree. Some regions are actually changing their laws to permit this limited prescription ability. I spoke with Dr. John J. Triano, Dean of Graduate Education and Research at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and one of the best known chiropractic researchers. He’s also a former clinician at the world renowned Texas Back Institute. I wanted to gain some prespective on this issue. Dr. Triano discussed his views on chiropractors prescribing medications but also talked about rational chiropractic and why subluxation may be the cause of the downfall of chiropractic in the United States.
The podcast episode is located on iTunes (search for “On The Other Hand” or just click here.
Chiropractic prescription authority interview with John J. Triano, DC PhD conducted with Dr. Brett L. Kinsler.
October 30, 2010 at 4:24 pm (Alternative Medicine, dentistry, Education, Evidence Based Medicine, Holistic Dentistry, Nutrition, Patient Information, Podcast)
Tags: dentistry, Podcast, Xylitol
Ellie Phillips, DDS spoke frankly with me about the dental profession and how it can and must adapt from a drill and fill to a systemic and truly preventative model. She is the author of the book Kiss Your Dentist Goodbye and a most interesting person to listen to. I assure you, you have never heard a dentist like Dr. Ellie.
Find this episode in the podcast section of iTunes by searching for “On The Other Hand” or go to our podcast site here.
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