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Dr. Bleiweiss graduated from Boston University and New York University School of Medicine and he has been treating patients seeking relief from chronic and acute pain and injuries for over 30 years through minimally invasive yet very effective procedures. His expert diagnostic skills, advanced testing methods and solid clinical judgement consistently result in patient satisfaction with dramatic results.
 
Claudia A. Merandi is the founder of the national "Don't Punish Pain Rally Organization." Claudia, mom to both Francesca and Ava, is the former owner of Merandi Court Reporting. She's a retired court reporter and self-published author, from East Providence, Rhode Island. As a person living with severe Crohn's Disease since a child, she witnessed first-hand the challenges a person with pain encounters when trying to obtain adequate pain management.Claudia, in 2017, created the Don't Punish Pa ...
 
The Pain Waves podcast by Pain BC is where you can hear leading chronic pain experts and people living with pain discuss the latest pain management research, tools, stories, and trends. Pain BC is a registered health charity that has been leading efforts to improve the lives of people in pain through empowerment, care, education and innovation. Learn more at painbc.ca. DISCLAIMER: The content provided on the show is for informational purposes only and is not professional medical advice, diag ...
 
Although our mission is to help eliminate unnecessary back pain all over the world, you can also learn about other forms of pain, healthy living, weight management and more. Visit our back pain blog to read our latest posts. We truly are here to help. It is our goal to empower you to take control of your own health, and help you regain the life you had before the pain. Take a look around and please click the feedback button in the bottom right hand corner of our website to let us know what y ...
 
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In episode 203: "Topical Pain Relievers- Do They Work", I throw out the following: ▶ Different categories of topicals. ▶ How topicals work. ▶ Discussion about effectiveness. ▶ How to maximize the effects of topicals and so much more! Blood Flow Restriction Certification Course Sept 18, 2021 Meet the fine folks at Medcore Professional who sponsor ou…
 
In Episode 204: Prone Knee Bending Test (AKA Reversed Lasegue's Test) I talk about the following: ▶Why this test is used? ▶What is it's clinical significance? ▶Review how it's performed. ▶A patient who has a "positive" Prone Knee Bending Test and much more! Positive Prone Knee Bending Test video Blood Flow Restriction Certification Course Sept 18, …
 
Today we cover tips for managing and treating the Post-op Meniscectomy Patient. I will go over... ▶ the importance of quad re-education, ▶ developing good leg control, ▶ identifying DVT and ▶ long term problems if post-op menisectomy patients don't go through PT afterwards. Meet the fine folks at Medcore Professional who sponsor our show!! Come vis…
 
Today, I am going to be bringing to you information about Cyclops Syndrome in your orthopedic patients. I will be talking about... ▶ How it presents in the clinic. ▶ How to prevent Cyclops Syndrome ▶ Causes of Cyclops Syndrome ▶ The difference between a cyclops lesion and cyclops syndrome and much more!! 🎥 Knee X-tend video 🎥 Knee Extension with Th…
 
In Episode 200: DVT Identification in Your Orthopedic Patient I do the following: 1. Shoot out some quick thank you's to all those who helped me get to episode 200! 2. Discuss who's at risk of developing DVT's. 3. Go over the signs and symptoms of a DVT. 4. Review what to do if you suspect a patient has one 5. Discuss how to decrease the risk of ge…
 
Once in a while it's good to get your questions answered... Today, I will respond to some of our listeners who had questions about Osgood Schlatter's Disease, the Spurling's Test and an Upper Motor Neuron question. Meet the fine folks at Medcore Professional who sponsor our show!! Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW down…
 
I know it is quite difficult to tease out a labral tear in the shoulder, so, in Episode 198: Labral Tear Identification in the Shoulder I talk about some "tips" to make your clinical exam a little easier. Today, I'll be talking about the following: ▶ Causes of labral tears in the shoulder ▶ The function of the labrum ▶ Signs and symptoms ▶ Special …
 
Children can form memories of pain from as early as birth and, once formed, these memories can play a powerful role in shaping future pain and health care experiences. In this month’s episode of the Pain Waves podcast, we’re joined by Dr. Melanie Noel, an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Calgary. She talks to us about…
 
Today, you learn while I learn about Radial Pressure Wave Therapy. Our guest today is Chris Proulx from @Chattanoogarehab and we talk about: ▶ What RPWT is ▶ How it works ▶ What it feels like ▶ Diagnoses treated with RPWT ▶ Reimbursement for treatment and so much more! Meet the fine folks at Medcore Professional who sponsor our show!! Questions for…
 
In episode 196: Crepitus-To Worry or Not to Worry! I go over what causes crepitus, when to worry about it, how to work around it and how to talk to patients about it. Enjoy! Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lecture Get our NEW downloadable 7.5 hour cervica…
 
“The way the Feds do this now is they call you a criminal for missing a ‘red flag’. A red flag can be a bad urine test that you overlooked, a red flag could be the patient asking for escalating doses every month, a red flag could be you got an anonymous call, it doesn’t even matter that it’s from a disgruntled ex-wife or ex-husband, you know, they’…
 
In Episode 195: Patella Mobility and Patella Mobilizations I cover 2 Topics in one episode! Today I will review the following: ▶Patello-femoral anatomy ▶Hypo and hypermobile patellae ▶How to assess patella mobility ▶How to treat hyper and hypomobile patellae ▶Bracing, taping and therapy How to do patella mobilizations video Come visit our WEBSITE!!…
 
"His reward for trying to treat these pain patients for years was to be indicted, to have his practice turned upside down; to really lose just about everything in his life except his friends and family." Why are doctors being arrested for treating pain? Because of a governmental reaction to opioid addiction. To make political gains doctors are now …
 
In episode 194: T.E.N.S- Why and when it should be used! I review the following for you: ▶The mechanism of T.E.N.S ▶Common parameters used ▶Who to prescribe T.E.N.S to ▶Application tips and much more Check out our NEW Sponsor website. Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver…
 
“Doctors can get wiped out in one fell swoop.” It’s never been harder to be a doctor. Not only are you responsible for your patients care, but now if you don’t adhere to blanket guidelines when treating pain you could end up in jail and lose your license, as well as everything you’ve spent your life working for. This is what happened to Dr. Walter …
 
The Canadian Pain Task Force (CPTF) is an external advisory body that has been helping the Government of Canada better understand and address the needs of people living with chronic pain since its inception in March of 2019. The final report from the Task Force, An Action Plan for Pain in Canada, was released to the public on May 5, 2021. The plan …
 
In Episode 193: Patella Infera Syndrome-Another source of anterior knee pain! I briefly review... ▶What Patella Infera syndrome is. ▶What causes it. ▶How to recognize it. ▶Treatment tips and much more! Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lecture Get our NEW d…
 
"You never know what you have until it’s gone." When your doctor tells you "I can't treat your pain because I can lose my license if I do", who is being served here? The patient? The doctor? Who? Living with chronic pain not only disrupts your day to day routine, your work, your family, and your overall physical health, it also erodes your sense of…
 
Today we dive into the depths of shoulder arthroplasty with Dr. Jessica Aronowitz. Dr. Aronowitz is a Fellowship trained orthopedic physician who specializes in the shoulder and elbow. In this episode we talk about who is the right candidate for shoulder arthroplasty, the differences between a standard shoulder arthroplasty vs. a reverse total shou…
 
Why isn't my pain valid? More and more the “War On Drugs” is punishing legitimate patients suffering from debilitating illnesses and labeling their real physical pain as “addiction”. The doctors who try to treat these patients are mired in bureaucracy and roadblocks set up by special interests and profiteers. It’s a legal roller coaster where the i…
 
Today, I give the the Pro's and Con's of why you should use an upright bike or recumbent bike. I talk about body position on the bike and discuss some diagnoses that respond better to one over the other. Enjoy! Recumbent vs Upright bike video Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with…
 
In this our first installment of Claudia Merandi’s “Don’t Punish Pain” podcasts, tune in, listen and you will understand why United Patients Group is honored to promote Claudia and her international crusade for the most marginalized individuals. These are patients who suffer with Chronic Pain and Intractable Pain and are now being targeted by our g…
 
In episode 190: Meralgia Paresthetica (Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment) I review the following: ▶The anatomical route of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve ▶Causes of Meralgia Paresthetica ▶Signs and symptoms of Meralgia Paresthetica ▶How to manage and treat Meralgia Paresthetica and so much more! Meralgia Paresthetica Patient Video Com…
 
In episode 189: Reflex Inhibition of the Quadriceps! I will be discussing the 3 most common causes of quad shutdown. The quadriceps is a very important muscle group that allows for a lot of functional activity. Recognizing quad shut down is very important in helping to minimize further injury and enhance recovery. Brush Test Video Reflex inhibition…
 
In episode 188 I talk about How to Communicate with Specialists Better! I will talk about how I have failed at it and how I now have a cell phone contact list full of specialist's phone numbers. I will show you how to make the "initial contact" and how to grow that connection. Remember, your communication with specialists will significantly optimiz…
 
In episode 187: Pes Anserinus Tendinitis and Bursitis- Evaluation and Treatment I review: ▶What the Pes Anserinus is and where it is located. ▶The most common causes of PA pain. ▶What PA issues present like. ▶The most common "Look-a-Likes" ▶How to treat Pes Anserinus Tendinosis and Bursitis and so much more The Ultimate Knee Injury Guide Come visit…
 
In episode 186: Tips to Know How hard to Stretch Patients, I talk about: -> Knowing your anatomy ->The importance of having guidance from a mentor or CI ->Underlying conditions to be cognizant of ->Time frames, diagnoses and so much more! Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cad…
 
I'd like to talk a little bit about the cervical compression and distraction tests. Today I will bring to you the following: 1. Why we use the cervical compression and distraction tests in our evaluations. 2. What each test identifies. 3. How to perform them safely and much more! The Marquis Maneuver (for cervical nerve root compression) Come visit…
 
Musculoskeletal injuries – from car accidents, workplace injuries, sports injuries, and more – are a leading cause of chronic pain, with an estimated 15-50% of people reporting experiencing pain 12 months following a musculoskeletal injury. On this month’s episode of the Pain Waves podcast, we’re joined by two guests to learn more about the SYMBIOM…
 
In episode 184: Long Thoracic Nerve Palsy-Clinical Exam and Conservative Treatment I review the following: ▶Signs and symptoms of Long Thoracic Nerve Palsy ▶Different causes of LTN Palsy ▶The clinical exam of a patient with LTN Palsy ▶When diagnostic imaging is indicated ▶Conservative treatment, what to avoid when treating these patients and so muc…
 
In Episode 183: Conservative Management of Hammer Toes and Mallet Toes I talk about the following: ▶What are Hammer and Mallet toes? ▶What causes Hammer and Mallet toes? ▶Manual treatment techniques. ▶Orthotic prescription for Hammer and Mallet toes and so much more! Hammer toe Video Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW d…
 
Let's hone in on Plica Syndrome-Another Source of Anterior Knee Pain. It can often be difficult to identify the source of antero-medial knee pain. Today, I will talk about the following: ▶What Plica Syndrome is. ▶Where it is located. ▶Causes of Plica Syndrome ▶How to recognize it, treat it and so much more! Plica Evaluation Video Come visit our WEB…
 
In today's episode 181: Avulsion Fracture of the Ischial Tuberosity. How does it Present? I talk about the following: ✔Hip anatomy ✔Signs and symptoms of an avulsion of the ischial tuberosity ✔How to manage an avulsion of the ischial tuberosity ✔2 case presentations Picture of an Avulsion of the Ischial Tubercle Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE …
 
It’s well known that practicing yoga can provide many benefits to both the body and mind, but did you know research suggests that yoga therapy can be an especially helpful tool for managing pain? In this month’s episode of the Pain Waves podcast, we’re joined by two guests to learn more about the benefits of yoga therapy for managing chronic pain. …
 
Today, in episode 180: Cervical Spinal Stenosis and Fibromyalgia (Correlation?) I talk about why we need to do a myelopathy screen on patients with fibromyalgia or myofacial pain syndrome. I will be discussing the following: ✔Signs and symptoms of fibromyalgia ✔Signs and symptoms of cervical spinal stenosis ✔The association between the two ✔Treatme…
 
In Episode 179: Recognizing Quadriceps Tendon Ruptures I talk about: 1. Who is at highest risk 2. Common mechanisms of injury 3. Anatomy of the extensor complex 4. The clinical presentation 5. Predisposing factors and so much more! 🦵🎥Quad Rupture Eval Video🎥🦵 Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shou…
 
Today I interview Ms. Brittany Bearden from Tekscan about pressure mapping. We talk about: ✔ What pressure mapping is ✔ Who benefits from pressure mapping ✔ Different devices that utilize pressure mapping ✔ Diagnoses evaluated and treated with pressure mapping and so much more! ▶Tekscan products: https://www.tekscan.com/products-solutions/systems/s…
 
In episode 177: Paul's Rant: Optimizing Post-Operative Shoulder Care I talk about a little frustration I have with the care of patients after shoulder surgery. I will talk about the following: ▶Patient complaints after surgery ▶The risk of re-injury after shoulder surgery ▶The need for guidance ▶The importance of collaboration Post-op Shoulder Care…
 
Here is "Part deux" of our knee arthritis podcast. So, we now have how to identify knee arthritis under our belts, let's jump into what to do with patients with knee arthritis. Tell I'll talk about: ▶ What other diagnoses to rule out ▶ Discuss who needs a TKA ▶ How to optimize function ▶ Treatment options ▶ Pre-hab and so much more 🎥 Knee Arthritis…
 
Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) are thirteen subtypes of rare connective tissue disorders characterized by numerous debilitating symptoms, including chronic pain. Sadly, current gaps in dedicated health care and research for EDS leave many Canadians living with these chronic illnesses undiagnosed or undertreated. On this month’s episode of the Pain W…
 
Today, I talk about the signs and symptoms of knee arthritis so as to be able to streamline your knee evaluations better. I will talk about the following: ▶Common visual signs of knee OA ▶The most common area of pain ▶Secondary effects of knee OA ▶Baker's Cyst ▶Weight bearing vs non-weight bearing pain ▶Rosenberg x-rays ▶Arthritic knee posture ▶Mot…
 
In today's episode I review what a rocker bottom shoe is, how it can benefit patients, which patients I recommend them to and so much more! Want to sent me FEEDBACK about the show? Click HERE to connect. I won't hold it against you😊 Rocker Bottom Shoe Video Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour should…
 
Today I disclose to you my favorite carpal tunnel syndrome exercises. Now, these are not the only exercises I do and I like to add modalities and soft tissue work also. When treating CTS, think outside the box and look for all other contributors. 1.➡Prayer stretch with palms touching 2.➡Prayer stretch with only fingers touching 3.➡Independant tendo…
 
Today, in episode 172: What is Sustained Postural Stress and How to Treat it! I discuss the following: -Who is at highest risk of getting this -What it is -Signs and Symptoms -How to treat it and much more! Active and Passive Insufficiency demo video Active and Passive Insufficiency podcast video Come visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it out …
 
Canadian Armed Forces members devote their lives to serving their country, often at great costs to their personal health and well-being. Research from Veteran Affairs Canada indicates veterans are twice as likely to experience chronic pain when compared to the general population. In this month’s episode of the Pain Waves podcast, we’re joined by To…
 
In episode 171, I had the great opportunity to interview the Ergonomic Collaboration Group! We spoke about how ECG evolved, what it takes to put a good ergonomic program together, how to validate ergonomic changes with EMG, the development of a novel "insole program" and so much more! Questions for the Ergonomic Collaboration Group? Send me an emai…
 
In episode 170: The Spurling Test: Cervical Radiculopathy I talk about why we use the Spurling Test/Maneuver, how to perform it, what a true positive test is and much more! Video of Patient with a Positive Spurling's Video of Cervical spine clearing Video of the Bakody Sign Video of the Marquis Maneuver Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder an…
 
In Episode 169: Range of Motion-Function over Perfection I throw in a little perspective for therapy students and new grad therapists regarding how hard to push patients when stretching them, what the ultimate goal is, understanding the patients true ROM and much more! Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lectu…
 
In episode 168: Suprascapular Nerve Injuries I talk about the "job" of the Suprascapular Nerve (SSN), what route it takes, how it presents when injured, causes of SSN dysfunction and so much more! Suprascapular nerve palsy video Parsonage-Turner Syndrome video Get our NEW downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lecture Get ou…
 
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