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8 Podcast Episodes

Latest 26 Nov 2022 | Updated Daily

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#50 - Concussion 101: Myths, Assessment and Rehab with Mike Studer

Physio Explained by Physio Network

In this episode with Mike Studer we cover the most common myths around concussion, particularly the early stage treatment and being too conservative with rest and protection. We then went through all the ways in which someone can be impacted by concussion and the 4 stimuli we can provide to help rehab patients and build a buffer going forward.Mike Studer practices in Oregon and has been a PT since 1991. He was board certified in neurologic PT in 1995, recognised as Clinician of the Year in the Neurologic and Geriatric Academies of the APTA and received Fellowship in the APTA in 2020. Mike recently did an awesome Masterclass with us on Concussion: Assessment and Management. You can watch his whole class now with our 7-day free trial: https://www.physio-network.com/masterclass/concussion-assessment-and-treatment/If you like the podcast, it would mean the world if you're happy to leave us a rating or a review. It really helps!Our host is Michael Rizk from Physio Network and iMoveU: https://cutt.ly/ojJEMZs

19mins

24 Aug 2022

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7/30/22: Mike Studer from Northwest Rehabilitation Associates | Discussing The Effects of Exercise on Parkinson's Disease.

Aging in the Willamette Valley

This week we talked with Mike Struder PT, and Former President of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates. He discussed the effects of exercise on Parkinson’s disease. Mike shared his knowledge of the impact of exercise on Parkinson's Disease and how it can be "disease-modifying". Physical therapists prescribe complete plans that are individualized to the subtype or phenotype of PD - it is not a "one-size-fits-all." Programs, such as boxing, cycling, and Tai Chi can be helpful due to the socialization, intensity, and sense that you are doing something healthy and beneficial for yourself. This causes the release of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic factors, which can improve PD symptoms.

28mins

31 Jul 2022

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7/23/22: Mike Studer from Northwest Rehabilitation Associates | Discussing The Effects of Exercise on Parkinson's Disease.

Aging in the Willamette Valley

This week we talked with Mike Struder PT, and Former President of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates. He discussed the effects of exercise on Parkinson’s disease. Mike shared his knowledge of the impact of exercise on Parkinson's Disease and how it can be "disease-modifying". Physical therapists prescribe complete plans that are individualized to the subtype or phenotype of PD - it is not a "one-size-fits-all." Programs, such as boxing, cycling, and Tai Chi can be helpful due to the socialization, intensity, and sense that you are doing something healthy and beneficial for yourself. This causes the release of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic factors, which can improve PD symptoms.

28mins

23 Jul 2022

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4/28/20: Mike Studer of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates | How the brain recovers from stroke or injury | Aging in the Willamette Valley

Aging in the Willamette Valley

Have you heard about neuroplasticity? It’s the regenerative capacity of the human brain that gives it the power to learn and improve in response to a stroke or injury. You can lose connections in your brain, but it can repair itself! This week, Mike Studer, President, and Owner of Northwest Rehabilitation Associates join us to explain how this works. Mike also gives examples of how doing specialized exercises can help your brain repair itself and make more connections as you recover from a stroke, concussion, or other types of injury. Don’t miss this great show!

27mins

28 Apr 2020

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107 – Interview with Mike Studer, President NWRA, Applying motor learning principles to rehabilitation

The Perception & Action Podcast

A discussion with Mike Studer, President of Northwest Rehabilitation Associate. We discuss using dual tasks to encourage the development of procedural memories, constraint-induced practice, concussion rehabilitation in sports, and geriatric athletes.   More information about my guest: https://northwestrehab.com/ http://mikestuder.com/ More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc) Subscribe in iOS/Apple Subscribe in Anroid/Google Support the podcast and receive bonus content Credits: The Flamin' Groovies - Shake Some Action

23mins

22 May 2018

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12/12/17: Mike Studer with Northwest Rehabilitation Associates | Can you be athletic in your senior years? Mike Studer explains how!

Aging in the Willamette Valley

Mike Studer from Northwest Rehabilitation Associates returns to the show to discuss GeriAthletics. In case that word seems odd, Mike takes the time to explain how those of us in the over 50 crowd can still be athletes. He touches on ways that decades-long couch potatoes can get in shape again without hurting themselves. We even delve into how yardwork and other everyday tasks can help get or keep you in shape!

29mins

12 Dec 2017

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7/25/17: Mike Studer with Northwest Rehabilitation Associates | Discussing the effects of Parkinson's Disease and Exercise.

Aging in the Willamette Valley

Mike shared his knowledge of the impact of exercise on Parkinson's Disease and how it can be "disease modifying". Physical therapists prescribe complete plans that are individualized to the subtype or (medical term) phenotype of PD - it is not a "one-size-fits-all." Community programs, such as boxing, cycling, and Tai Chi can be helpful due to the socialization, intensity, and sense that you are doing something that is healthy and beneficial for yourself. This can cause the release of Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor, which can improve PD symptoms.

28mins

1 Aug 2017

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5/9/17: Mike Studer with Northwest Rehabilitation Associates Physical Therapy Aging in the Willamette Valley Salem

Aging in the Willamette Valley

Physical therapy is rewarding and helps improve the patient's quality of life. Helping someone regain or maintain quality of life after a stroke, surgery, or with a degenerative condition – is rewarding for the therapist & the patient. Physical therapy aids with a person's physical condition and also helps benefit other conditions like Parkinson's Disease.

27mins

9 May 2017