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Old 24-10-2011, 11:07 PM   #1
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Anyone going to the AAOMPT conference in Anaheim, CA this weekend?

I signed up since there looked to be some interesting topics, especially given some of the things I'm learning here in SS.....a few breakout sessions about the neurophysiological effects of manual therapy...

Happy to see Jason Silvernail's name on the list of those receiving awards too

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Old 25-10-2011, 02:26 AM   #2
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I will be there. If you do not see me in the week I will be at poster #20 on friday night. Hope to get to meet you and a few others who may be attending.
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Old 25-10-2011, 02:30 AM   #3
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Great news Mike. Can we get a poster preview?
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Thanks Sean - I'll be there and maybe we'll post some pictures.
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You'd think with the state of the California economy that they'd be offering some low priced air fares and hotel packages...but NOOOOOO!

Can't make it this year.

What are you doing a poster on, Mike?
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Here is my abstract:

INCLUSION OF NEURODYNAMIC TECHNIQUES IN AN IMPAIRMENT BASED TREATMENT PROGRAM FOR MEDIAL TIBIAL STRESS SYNDROME IN A RUNNER: A CASE REPORT
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Regis University Manual Therapy Fellowship Program, Denver, Colorado, USA
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Background: Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) is a common complaint of leg pain. Its incidence is reported between four% and 35% in runners and military personnel. Pain occurs along the posterior medial tibial border with exercise and palpation. Treatment typically consists of anti-inflammatory medication, therapeutic modalities, calf stretching, and orthotic or taping interventions. Description: A 36 year old female runner presented with a 7 month history of medial tibial pain that occurred during and after running. Baseline Lower Extremity Functional Score was 74/80. Results: Treatment consisted of manual neurodynamic techniques and soft tissue mobility along the path of the tibial nerve, followed by self neurodynamic mobility exercises. Exercises to address lower extremity strength impairments were then initiated. After five visits over a period of three weeks, the patient demonstrated full lower extremity strength, no pain reproduction with neurodynamic stress tests, and no pain with running distances up to 10 miles. The Final LEFS score was 76/80. Global Rate of Change score was a +7 (A very great deal better). The patient was discharged to a home exercise program with continuation of neuro-dynamic mobilizations as indicated. Discussion and Conclusion: While no conclusions can be drawn from a case study, the results obtained suggest that patients with MTSS may benefit from inclusion of neurodynamic techniques as part of overall Physical Therapy patient management.
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Great Mike, yours was on my list of must-see posters....

Looking forward to meeting you, Jason, and hopefully a few others as well!
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Impressive case study Mike.
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Great case studio Mike! What type of soft tissue mobility have you used?
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I used lateral glides along the nerve path of the lower leg, at a depth where I feel (where I think I feel) an onset of tissue resistance, but no pain- nothing to specific Sometimes I hold, sometimes I oscillate- kinda depends on how the body is reacting. This was followed by manual neurodynamic and then active neurodynamic movements.
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Thanks Mike for the answer
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http://www.maney.co.uk/index.php/jmt-extra-content

This will link to the JMMT site. From here you can download the abstracts of all the posters.
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I wanted to bump this thread.

I heard there was some interesting debate.....
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Yes Stanley Paris had a keynote address in which he accused the EIM group of being "dishonest" in the production of a paper questioning the value of weekend CME courses and called for the paper to be retracted. He also said the CPR studies were promoting unskilled and nonspecific manipulative procedures that were inappropriate for students to perform and devalued the manual therapy skill set.
There was quite a hubbub. Lots of interesting sidebar conversations afterward.
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Jason,

During or following Paris' tirade, did anyone draw his attention to the growing body of research shedding doubt on the validity of the traditional OMPT assessment procedures, particularly segmental mobility testing?

I see that his wife, Caterine Patla, still includes "reliability and validity of end feels" as an area of "interest" on her bio at the USA website.

Has her "interest" led to any published research in this area?

She also list "critical thinking" as a "current interest".

Interesting.
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There were a few gasps and lots of looking around at the guys wearing the EIM shirts when Paris was speaking, and as Jason mentioned...lots of interesting sidebar conversations all weekend.

Another portion of his address that made me wrinkle my eyebrows was his mentioning of "boutique" clinics and the fact that we were discharging patients too early. I'm paraphrasing here but it was along the lines of "Just because they don't have pain anymore doesn't mean their joints are better" and recommending "tune-up" visits every six months to check for potential problems.

Jason's platform presentation was great, he was great in both the presentation and follow up questions, and I thought Mike had a great poster presentation and enjoyed talking with him about the neurodynamics he used in his case study.
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Sean: Thanks for the update.
wow. What a thing to say
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Just: wow.
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Well, I was with him when Stan first said, "We don't treat pain, we treat function." It was about 1977.

We now understand this was wrong on many levels, and I know Paris has been shown this because I myself showed him. Obviously, my words and the literature I used to support them had no affect.

He'll let go of this right after Katherine Patla lets go of her contentions regarding "end-feel."
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recommending "tune-up" visits every six months to check for potential problems.
Yes, wow is right Bas...how "Chiro"-ish to make such a statement.
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Thanks Sean. Attached a photo of us at the conference.
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"Chiro"-ish indeed..

I must say all in all, I was impressed with a lot of the research that is being done. There were a few references to biomechanical based theory, but to me at least, more mentions of central sensitization, neurophysiologic effects, etc.

Thanks to what I've learned recently, I'm ready to dive in a do a fellowship myself...probably best to start a new thread asking if anyone has good recommendations....
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Okay. Sean must be about 6 foot 8.
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I swear, I was just about to say that I've met Jason and he's over 6ft. Sean looks like he plays power forward for the Sonics!
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John, you are aware that the Sonics move to Oklahoma City in 2008.
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Sean, did you borrow Paris' soapbox for that pic? :-)
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Hahaha....I'm 6'5"...and the Ref_in_Rehab sobrique comes from the fact that I moonlight as a basketball ref for high school and small colleges...First game Friday night! Woohoo!
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Yes Stanley Paris had a keynote address in which he accused the EIM group of being "dishonest" in the production of a paper questioning the value of weekend CME courses and called for the paper to be retracted.
Jason,

Do you know if that paper has made it into the SoS? I don't recall seeing it.
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I haven't seen that address listed yet on the AAOMPT website....I'll keep an eye out for it and post it if/when it shows up.
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Jon,
here is the link to the article Paris spoke of. Should be free from PTJournal

It is from Josh Cleland in 2009 titled "Does continuing education improve physical therapists' effectiveness in treating neck pain"

Jason, great to see you again and as always great discussions.
Sean, Nice to meet you there.
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There were a few gasps and lots of looking around at the guys wearing the EIM shirts when Paris was speaking, and as Jason mentioned...lots of interesting sidebar conversations all weekend.

Another portion of his address that made me wrinkle my eyebrows was his mentioning of "boutique" clinics and the fact that we were discharging patients too early. I'm paraphrasing here but it was along the lines of "Just because they don't have pain anymore doesn't mean their joints are better" and recommending "tune-up" visits every six months to check for potential problems.

Jason's platform presentation was great, he was great in both the presentation and follow up questions, and I thought Mike had a great poster presentation and enjoyed talking with him about the neurodynamics he used in his case study.

I am sick to my stomach.
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here is the link to the article Paris spoke of. Should be free from PTJournal

It is from Josh Cleland in 2009 titled "Does continuing education improve physical therapists' effectiveness in treating neck pain"
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