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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chad Cook. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chad Cook, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chad Cook. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chad Cook, often where they are interviewed.

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Ep 2: The epidemic of overtreatment in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, with Prof Chad Cook

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“Do I really need this test, treatment, or procedure?” is the patient’s question. What is your answer? Orthopaedic physical therapy leader Professor Chad Cook wrestles the elephant in the treatment room: that there is too much measurement, too much diagnosis, and too much treatment in orthopaedic and sports practice. Tune in for top tips on how to avoid perpetuating too much musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
Aug 10 2020 ·
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FAI and giving patients confidence in telehealth, Chad Cook gives us the inside track. Episode #432

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Associate Editor Paul Blazey (T: @blazey85) talks with Professor Chad Cook from Duke University (North Carolina, USA). Chad is a Professor in the Orthopaedic Surgery Division of Physical Therapy, with an interest in the effective diagnosis, intervention, and outcomes assessment of conservative and surgical treatment of orthopedic-related conditions.

Today we focus on Chad’s experience with orthopaedic testing, especially when applied to femoroacetabular impingement syndrome, and the ability to effectively assess this condition over telehealth.

Jun 12 2020 · 24mins

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ManexCast 11 - Prof. Dr. Chad Cook

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Yayınımızın bu bölümünde Uzm. Fzt. Onur Seyrek'in konuğu Duke University Doctor of Physical Therapy bölüm başkanı Prof. Dr. Chad Cook. Yazdığı 250'den fazla makale ve 3 kitap ile fizyoterapistlerin başucu kaynaklarından biri olan Chad Cook ile birlikte predatory (yağmacı) dergiler, ortopedik fiziksel testlere nasıl bakılması gerektiği, klinik instabilite ve en ilginci ise fizyoterapide Big Data hakkında konuştuk. İngilizce olan yayınlarımızı Türkçe altyazılı olarak manexofficial YouTube kanalında bulabilirsiniz. Keyifle ve ilgiyle dinlemenizi umuyoruz. Yorumlarınızı ve konuşmamızı istediğiniz konuları Instagram hesaplarımızdan bize yazabilirsiniz. (IG: @manexofficial @ptonurseyrek)

Apr 12 2020 · 31mins
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Chad Cook of Quadrant Investment Properties

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In this episode of the Garage Brand Pod...

  • Let's Padre! // Jaime and Glen break down Spring Break.   
  • We probe the crazy / genius commercial real estate mind of Chad Cook, Founder of Quadrant Investment Properties. In this conversation we... 
    • Discuss how Triathlon training and competitions are the perfect catalysts for starting your own RE development firm.        
    • Declare class is in session for a little Commercial Real Estate 101
    • Discuss how the branding contribution to lifestyle real estate and creative office.
    • See Chad crush the Garage Brand DFW Real Estate Music Mash-up challenge

Have a listen and then check out QIP, The Centrum and East End - San Antonio for some reference of Chad's greatness.   

As always, very special thanks to: Tom Bridwell & TOMCAST SOUND 

Mar 11 2020 · 1hr 7mins

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Episode 14 - Navigating the future for our teens on the spectrum who are rapidly aging out of services & programs w/ Autism Mastermind podcasters - Malinda & Chad Cook

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Today's episode touches on the area of concern many of us parents with older children on the spectrum now find ourselves focused on - navigating the future for our Autistic teens who will be aging out of services and programs much sooner than we would like.  This extra special 'couples' episode also includes our husbands who share some perspective about Autism from a dad's point of view.

You can reach out to Malinda & Chad Cook via the following sites:

IG: autismmastermind

FB: Autism Mastermind

Podcast: (Apple, Spotify, Stitcher) - Autism Mastermind

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FB: https://www.facebook.com/livingtheskylifeautismjourney

IG:  https://www.instagram.com/living_the_skylife_autismtrip

Email:  livingtheskylife.autismjourney@gmail.com

I'd love to hear what you think!  If you are interested in being a guest on the podcast, please contact me!

Feb 12 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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TOP 12 Pack of 2019 – Chad Cook & the Manip that brings you back from death

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Chad Cook came on the show to talk about a paper that was submitted to a … less than reputable journal.

The goal was to show that literally anything can get submitted and published when predatory journals are involved.

But what are the consequences short and long term?

Dec 04 2019 · 20mins
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Chad Cook - Guest Speaker

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Panama Mission Trip Report. Message by guest speaker and group leader, Chad Cook from the book of Jonah.
Sep 15 2019 · 34mins
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093. Manual therapy - evidence effects and expectations with Prof Chad Cook

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Manual therapy (MT) comes in all shapes and sizes - mobilisation, manipulation, mobilisation with movement, soft tissue massage, instrument assisted massage, muscle energy techniques, pointy elbows pressed into flesh and more. Patients (often) love it, and it's a popular treatment modality with therapists. Debate rages, and myths and misconceptions surround MT. Could the time we spend performing MT be better spent elsewhere? How does MT work? Is it worth using if treatment effects are short lived? Is it just used as revenue raising by therapists, while creating reliance on passive therapies?

Is MT evidence-based? Is it worth including in our treatment? Which patients may benefit from MT, and which patients you should steer away from MT?

In this podcast, clinical researcher, physical therapist and Professor at Duke University, Dr Chad Cook, we discuss the evidence around MT, myths and misconceptions, how MT works, and using your clinical reasoning to decide when and how to utilise MT.

You'll discover:

  • What are the arguments against manual therapy?
  • Do the arguments against MT have merit?
  • Does MT break up scar tissue or adhesions, correct alignment of joints, or put them back into place?
  • Do we have evidence that MT creates reliance on passive therapies?
  • Evidence for and against MT
  • How to use clinical reasoning with MT
  • How MT works - potential mechanisms
  • What MT is NOT doing
  • How to explain MT to your patients
  • Clinical reasoning
  • Identifying pain adaptive and non pain adaptive patients
  • How MT can help identify patients with a better or worse prognosis
  • How many sessions of MT should patients receive?
  • How to select MT techniques
  • Does MT cause harm and patient reliance?
  • How to identify patient treatment expectations
  • How to help change patient expectations
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Bialosky et al. 2009. The Mechanisms of Manual Therapy in the Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain: A Comprehensive Model.

Bialosky JE, Bishop MD, Penza CW. Placebo mechanisms of manual therapy: a sheep in wolf's clothing?. journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy. 2017 May;47(5):301-4.

Cook et al. 2014. Is there preliminary value to a within- and/or between-session change for determining short-term outcomes of manual therapy on mechanical neck pain?

Cook et al. 2013. Early use of thrust manipulation versus non-thrust manipulation: a randomized clinical trial.

Cook et al. 2012. Can a within/between-session change in pain during reassessment predict outcome using a manual therapy intervention in patients with mechanical low back pain?

Cook. 2011. Immediate effects from manual therapy: much ado about nothing?

Deyle et al. 2005. Physical therapy treatment effectiveness for osteoarthritis of the knee: a randomized comparison of supervised clinical exercise and manual therapy procedures versus a home exercise program.

Goss et al. 2004. A Cochrane review of manipulation and mobilization for mechanical neck disorders.

Learmann et al. 2014. No Differences in Outcomes in People with Low Back Pain Who Met the Clinical Prediction Rule for Lumbar Spine Manipulation When a Pragmatic Non-thrust Manipulation Was Used as the Comparator.

Rubinstein et al. 2011. Spinal manipulation therapy for chronic low back pain.

Schneider et al. 2014. Derivation of a clinical decision guide in the diagnosis of cervical facet joint pain.

Traeger et al. 2018. Effect of Intensive Patient Education vs Placebo Patient Education on Outcomes in Patients With Acute Low Back Pain.

Aug 30 2019 · 1hr 29mins
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Physio Edge 093 Manual therapy - evidence effects and expectations with Prof Chad Cook

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Manual therapy (MT) comes in all shapes and sizes - mobilisation, manipulation, mobilisation with movement, soft tissue massage, instrument assisted massage, muscle energy techniques, pointy elbows pressed into flesh and more. Patients (often) love it, and it's a popular treatment modality with therapists. Debate rages, and myths and misconceptions surround MT. Could the time we spend performing MT be better spent elsewhere? How does MT work? Is it worth using if treatment effects are short lived? Is it just used as revenue raising by therapists, while creating reliance on passive therapies?

Is MT evidence-based? Is it worth including in our treatment? Which patients may benefit from MT, and which patients you should steer away from MT?

In this podcast, clinical researcher, physical therapist and Professor at Duke University, Dr Chad Cook, we discuss the evidence around MT, myths and misconceptions, how MT works, and using your clinical reasoning to decide when and how to utilise MT.

You'll discover:

  • What are the arguments against manual therapy?
  • Do the arguments against MT have merit?
  • Does MT break up scar tissue or adhesions, correct alignment of joints, or put them back into place?
  • Do we have evidence that MT creates reliance on passive therapies?
  • Evidence for and against MT
  • How to use clinical reasoning with MT
  • How MT works - potential mechanisms
  • What MT is NOT doing
  • How to explain MT to your patients
  • Clinical reasoning
  • Identifying pain adaptive and non pain adaptive patients
  • How MT can help identify patients with a better or worse prognosis
  • How many sessions of MT should patients receive?
  • How to select MT techniques
  • Does MT cause harm and patient reliance?
  • How to identify patient treatment expectations
  • How to help change patient expectations
Links associated with this episode: Articles associated with this episode:

Bialosky et al. 2009. The Mechanisms of Manual Therapy in the Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain: A Comprehensive Model.

Bialosky JE, Bishop MD, Penza CW. Placebo mechanisms of manual therapy: a sheep in wolf's clothing?. journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy. 2017 May;47(5):301-4.

Cook et al. 2014. Is there preliminary value to a within- and/or between-session change for determining short-term outcomes of manual therapy on mechanical neck pain?

Cook et al. 2013. Early use of thrust manipulation versus non-thrust manipulation: a randomized clinical trial.

Cook et al. 2012. Can a within/between-session change in pain during reassessment predict outcome using a manual therapy intervention in patients with mechanical low back pain?

Cook. 2011. Immediate effects from manual therapy: much ado about nothing?

Deyle et al. 2005. Physical therapy treatment effectiveness for osteoarthritis of the knee: a randomized comparison of supervised clinical exercise and manual therapy procedures versus a home exercise program.

Goss et al. 2004. A Cochrane review of manipulation and mobilization for mechanical neck disorders.

Learmann et al. 2014. No Differences in Outcomes in People with Low Back Pain Who Met the Clinical Prediction Rule for Lumbar Spine Manipulation When a Pragmatic Non-thrust Manipulation Was Used as the Comparator.

Rubinstein et al. 2011. Spinal manipulation therapy for chronic low back pain.

Schneider et al. 2014. Derivation of a clinical decision guide in the diagnosis of cervical facet joint pain.

Traeger et al. 2018. Effect of Intensive Patient Education vs Placebo Patient Education on Outcomes in Patients With Acute Low Back Pain.

Aug 30 2019 · 1hr 29mins
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Episode 127 | Dr. Chad Cook, PT, PhD: Psychologically Informed Care - Valuable Or The Catch Of The Day?

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Dr. Chad Cook, PT, PhD, the Program Director of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Duke University, brings to light the value of psychologically-informed care. Getting deep into how it contributes to physical therapy and pain care, he lays down some literature about it - from the studies to the biases in them - showing how psychologically-informed practices are so hot right now and where they should improve. Dr. Cook talks about why pain mechanisms are important for every pain practitioner to understand and why this can benefit not only them as practitioners but those who are in pain or knows someone in pain.

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Mar 07 2019 · 36mins
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