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1. Professor Gwen Jull - Part 1 - Assessment and Management of Neck Pain. First of Two Conversations

Professor Gwen Jull - Part 1 - Assessment and Management of Neck Pain. First of Two Conversations

Do you treat patients with neck pain? Do you have neck pain? Stop reading and start listening to the podcast. Professor Gwen Jull is one of the most lauded health professionals in the world right now and she shares pearls every minute of this podcast. Here's the link to the second part of the podcast: https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/managing-cervicogenic-headache-and-other-pearls-professor-gwen-jull-second-of-two-podcasts?in=bmjpodcasts/sets/bjsm-1 Timeline 0:00m - How do you approach the patient aged in the prime of life who complains of neck pain and bad cervical posture? 2:00m - “Big development in physiotherapy is the assessment /examination which then forms the basis of our treatment” - movement and also how the movement is performed. Facet joint tests, muscle coordination. 3:10m - Detailed specific assessment of posture in the patient with neck pain. Have the patient adopt the work positions. Aim to correct the posture to see if pain changes. 5:10m - How to distinguish the superficial and deep neck extensors 8:30m - 3 trajectories in whiplash patients; folks who get better fairly rapidly (50%), those who suffer persistent mild pain (> 2years, 30%), and ‘the major worry’ of those who have persistent moderate to high levels of pain for many months and sometimes going on for years. What predicts these trajectories? “The last group is a real stumbling block for all professions”. 11:00m - Predictors of the poor outcomes. 12:00m - See the link to the Jull and Sterling booklet for patients - ow.ly/Soyma. 13:00m - Treatment of a patient with uncomplicated whiplash - “Hurry slowly”. 14:00m - Contribution of post-traumatic stress disorder 14:30m - Management of the complicated case of whiplash. Multiprofessional approach. Multimodal care. Instruments to assess severity and to look for particular elements. 16:20m - Providing overall management of the patient. Avoiding the medical merry-go-round 17:00m - Exercise is important (this will appeal to you Adam!)! 17:30m - “My emphasis is on treating multimodally” 18:00m - Manual therapy in the context of multimodal programme 19:00m - Explaining imaging findings to the patient 19:33m - Trigger points and dry needling? Remember the 2nd part of this conversation (about Headache and more) will be available on the BJSM podcast site on 2nd October, 2015. Links: Grieve’s Modern Manual Physiotherapy (4th edition): Book review here http://ow.ly/Sj4cn Gwen Jill is the lead author of this physiotherapy bible Related podcast: Professor Michele Sterling: ‘Managing Whiplash’ (2013). Very practical management of Whiplash that held up over the 2 years. http://ow.ly/Sj4Jz Is the neck pain related to concussion? A related paper in BJSM: Schneider KJ, et al. Br J Sports Med. 2014 Sep;48(17):1294-8. Cervicovestibular rehabilitation in sport-related concussion: a randomised controlled trial. http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/48/17/1294.abstract

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2. Season 2 Ep 34 - Conversations Part Two

Season 2 Ep 34 - Conversations Part Two

“Conversations” Part Two is available now! I had so much fun answering these questions but as always we’ll dig a few “deep wells” too. 💛 This episode will be my wrap up for 2017...what an incredible year! So much to celebrate and so much to be thankful for! I’m especially thankful for those of you who continue to journey with me on this podcast. You’ve made my year so beautiful and memorable! Love to all of you!

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3. Episode 9: Regular Conversations Part Two with @henny_hardaway__ & @__betterblue

  • Published: 2017-08-08T04:28:01Z
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Episode 9: Regular Conversations Part Two with @henny_hardaway__ & @__betterblue

Part two of Regular Conversations

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4. Conversations # 80 Andrew Lawton, Former Talk Show Host, Part Two: Suicide Attempt March 18 2016

Conversations # 80  Andrew Lawton, Former Talk Show Host, Part Two: Suicide Attempt March 18 2016

Part two of Andrew Lawton's story of having a stroke at a young age, suffering mental illness and a suicide attempt, and finding healing in Christianity. He also discusses some memorable moments in his radio career! Recorded in 2016 at the Faith FM Studios in London, ON

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5. Conversations # 77 Doug and Drug Abuse (Crystal Meth) Part Two

Conversations # 77  Doug and Drug Abuse (Crystal Meth) Part Two

Here is Part 2 of the story of former drug addict Doug. Hear how the prayers of his friend Paul, and Paul's wife, helped Doug recover and come clean. Recorded in 2016 at the Faith FM Studios in London, ON

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7. 2010.06.10: John Esterle - Two Conversations Part 2

2010.06.10:  John Esterle - Two Conversations Part 2

John Esterle Two Conversations The Whitman Institute is a unique foundation in San Francisco that focuses its grants on organizations and projects engaged with dialogue, critical thinking, and civic engagement. The Institute is a supporter of The New School at Commonweal—and has also supported a remarkable number of the thought leaders we have interviewed at The New School. John Esterle is the executive director who has shaped the Institute since taking over from its founder. In these two conversations, Michael Lerner explores the thinking that has led John to make The Whitman Institute the only foundation in the country focused solely on these process questions of dialogue, critical thinking and citizen engagement. John Esterle John is the executive director of The Whitman Institute, a San Francisco Foundation that is the only foundation in America with a pure focus on dialogue, critical thinking, and civic engagement. In 2004 he led TWI’s transition from an operating to a grantmaking foundation. John is a board member of Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement, which he chaired from 2008-2010, as well as The Germanacos Foundation. Find out more about The New School at tns.commonweal.org.

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8. 2010.06.10: John Esterle - Two Conversations - Part 1

2010.06.10:  John Esterle - Two Conversations - Part 1

John Esterle Two Conversations The Whitman Institute is a unique foundation in San Francisco that focuses its grants on organizations and projects engaged with dialogue, critical thinking, and civic engagement. The Institute is a supporter of The New School at Commonweal—and has also supported a remarkable number of the thought leaders we have interviewed at The New School. John Esterle is the executive director who has shaped the Institute since taking over from its founder. In these two conversations, Michael Lerner explores the thinking that has led John to make The Whitman Institute the only foundation in the country focused solely on these process questions of dialogue, critical thinking and citizen engagement. John Esterle John is the executive director of The Whitman Institute, a San Francisco Foundation that is the only foundation in America with a pure focus on dialogue, critical thinking, and civic engagement. In 2004 he led TWI’s transition from an operating to a grantmaking foundation. John is a board member of Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement, which he chaired from 2008-2010, as well as The Germanacos Foundation. Find out more about The New School at tns.commonweal.org.

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9. EP08 - David Carson (Photojournalist) Part Two - Conversations with Calcaterra

EP08 - David Carson (Photojournalist) Part Two - Conversations with Calcaterra

What was the experience of going into a Quiktrip while it was being looted just moments before being engulfed in flames? How about witnessing a man being shot and pulling him to safety when one's job is simply to capture the images of these occurrences. David Carson shares these stories and more in the second part of his conversation with Ken Calcaterra. See Davids work at http://www.davidcarsonphotos.com/ Follow him on twitter @PDPJ Pulitzer Prize winning photos - http://graphics.stltoday.com/ferguson/ Thank you to Jimmy Griffin for use of The Incurables Song "The Last Day of the Rest of Your Life" Visit ken @ http://kencalcaterra.com Special Thanks to our sponsors who have helped to bring you this episode. Kevin Blomenkamp of Blomenkamp Studios https://youtu.be/SpUTZ6D7Alo 314.346.6498 Bob Gilmore of Gilmore Electric 314.565.5894 Mike Aubuchon of Premier Insurance Agency www.premierinsagency.com - 314.729.0054 Dr. Mark Holland of First Capitol Chiropractic www.chiroandrehab.com - 636.946.7777

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11. "OH, THOSE CONVERSATIONS NOW!" part two

DAVID - all instruments. Recorded 1979 all rights reserved. ZONKMEANDER RADIO!

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12. Monkey Bath - Conversations about radio in India, Part Two

  • Published: 2018-02-12T21:12:16Z
  • By Maraa_Blr
Monkey Bath - Conversations about radio in India, Part Two

A three way freewheeling conversation about radio in India, with Ram Bhat (Maraa), Hemant Babu (Nomad India) and Sajan Venniyoor (independent media consultant). We talk about radio in general, but also about media, culture and politics. Part 2 of a two part conversation.

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13. 1500 Conversations with Richard Fidler - Part Two (Mortification)

1500 Conversations with Richard Fidler - Part Two (Mortification)

The second program featuring true stories of mortification, told by former guests at our special '1500' event at the Sydney Opera House. In 2013, Conversations passed the 1500th guest mark, and to mark this milestone we held an event at the Opera House, on 31 October. Richard invited some former guests to tell a true story on stage - a story of their own intense personal embarrassment. In this broadcast from the event, writer Cate Kennedy finds mortification in a remainders bin. Historian Paul Ham has a sordid story from his early years as a journalist, writing for what was then the "London Erotic Review". And Richard has a story of his own: of his hideous humiliation in a pub, at the hands of Tom Jones. Broadcast date: Wednesday 11 December, 2013 For more interviews or to subscribe to the podcast: http://www.abc.net.au/conversations

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14. Conversations # 42 Dave & Joan Wettlaufer, Part Two: Dave's liver transplant

Conversations # 42 Dave & Joan Wettlaufer, Part Two:  Dave's liver transplant

Part 2 of Marion's conversation with Dave Wettlaufer, the former manager of Faith FM, and his wife Joan. After several years of living with PSC, Dave's liver failed quickly, necessitating a transplant. A donor liver was found in time and the transplant took place, but not without some tense hours. Recorded in 2014 at the Faith FM Studios in London, ON

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15. Conversations with Aletha Solter, Ph.D. Part Two - The long-term effects of Aware Parenting

Conversations with Aletha Solter, Ph.D. Part Two - The long-term effects of Aware Parenting

In this, second in the series of conversations with Dr. Aletha Solter, we talk about the long term effects of Aware Parenting and the importance of grandparents. You can find out more about Dr. Solter's work at www.awareparenting.com

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16. Conversations with the Universe - What does the Physical Body need? Part Two

Conversations with the Universe - What does the Physical Body need? Part Two

The health of our physical bodies is intricately connected to our emotions and feelings. Only when the body is fully functioning and tuned can we have the purest experiences. If we are weighed down by mental or physical illness, disease, low vibrational food and energy, we diminish our ability to truly live the life that is on offer in happiness, peace and harmony. Achieving a body, mind and spirit balance that is optimised for this life experience, and in particular sustaining that balance, has become quite difficult to find in this complex world that humanity has created. In this in-depth series of 6 'Conversations with the Universe', Hazel Newton interviews 'Altheris', channelled by Simon Rowe about the meaning of Optimum Vitality in connection to the Body, Mind and Spirit balance, how it impacts our experience of life, and just how can we optimise, fine tune our body to attract and sustain a healthy life experience. Check out the altherisspiritenergy YouTube channel for more interviews on other subjects that impact your life. Altheris, Channelled by Simon Rowe - YouTube: 'AltherisSpiritEnergy' and 'Altheris144' , Facebook: 'Altheris Spirit' www.vibrantsouls.com/altheris Twitter: '@Channel144'

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17. 2010.10.03: James Morris - Two Conversations about Ibn 'Arab Part 2

2010.10.03:  James Morris - Two Conversations about Ibn 'Arab Part 2

James Morris Two Conversations about Ibn 'Arabi Join Michael Lerner in conversation with Islamic and religious studies scholar James Morris in The New School at Commonweal’s ongoing series on the great Sufi poet Ibn ‘Arabi. James Morris, PhD James is currently professor of Theology at Boston College, and has previously taught Islamic and religious studies at the University of Exeter, Princeton, Oberlin, the Sorbonne (EPHE), and the Institute of Ismaili Studies in Paris and London. His field research and exploration of living spiritual traditions have taken him to Iran, Afghanistan, Morocco, Egypt, Turkey, and Southeast Asia. Professor Morris has published widely on many areas of religious thought and practice, including the Islamic humanities (poetry and music), Islamic philosophy, Sufism, the Qur’an, Shiite thought, and the use of cinema in spiritual teaching. His most recent books include The Master and the Disciple (2001); Orientations: Islamic Thought in a World Civilisation (2004); The Reflective Heart: Discovering Spiritual Intelligence in Ibn ‘Arabi’s ‘Meccan Illuminations’ (2005); Ostad Elahi’s Knowing the Spirit (SUNY, 2007); and Openings: From the Qur’an to the Islamic Humanities (forthcoming). Find out more about The New School at tns.commonweal.org.

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18. 2010.10.03: James Morris - Two Conversations about Ibn 'Arab Part 1

2010.10.03:  James Morris - Two Conversations about Ibn 'Arab Part 1

James Morris Two Conversations about Ibn 'Arabi Join Michael Lerner in conversation with Islamic and religious studies scholar James Morris in The New School at Commonweal’s ongoing series on the great Sufi poet Ibn ‘Arabi. James Morris, PhD James is currently professor of Theology at Boston College, and has previously taught Islamic and religious studies at the University of Exeter, Princeton, Oberlin, the Sorbonne (EPHE), and the Institute of Ismaili Studies in Paris and London. His field research and exploration of living spiritual traditions have taken him to Iran, Afghanistan, Morocco, Egypt, Turkey, and Southeast Asia. Professor Morris has published widely on many areas of religious thought and practice, including the Islamic humanities (poetry and music), Islamic philosophy, Sufism, the Qur’an, Shiite thought, and the use of cinema in spiritual teaching. His most recent books include The Master and the Disciple (2001); Orientations: Islamic Thought in a World Civilisation (2004); The Reflective Heart: Discovering Spiritual Intelligence in Ibn ‘Arabi’s ‘Meccan Illuminations’ (2005); Ostad Elahi’s Knowing the Spirit (SUNY, 2007); and Openings: From the Qur’an to the Islamic Humanities (forthcoming). Find out more about The New School at tns.commonweal.org.

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19. LOKUA KANZA SPECIAL ON JAZZ SESSIONS WITH SPHA MDLALOSE - PART TWO

LOKUA KANZA SPECIAL ON JAZZ SESSIONS WITH SPHA MDLALOSE - PART TWO

Congolese musician Lokua Kanza sits down with host of Jazz Sessions Spha Mdlalose, we find out the main reason behind his visit to RSA, working with Jonathan Butler and why he loves South Africa, Spha also gets him to share his thoughts on Africa Music and his influences.

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