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The Gold-Standard for Rehabilitation Post Cardiovascular EventNov 5, 2019
While heart attack survival rates are increasing, these patients are often left with functional deficits that require treatment. Dr. Carmen Terzic dives into cardiovascular rehab for the post-event patient, aiming to gain control of risk factors, making lifestyle changes with the aim of prevention, and helping patients to maintain these changes long-term.
Healthy Aging and the Prevention of FrailtyOct 22, 2019
Dr. Dave Weber discusses healthy aging, what it is, what it isn’t, and how you can help your elderly patients optimize their quality of life.
Mayo Clinic Talks - Opioid Edition: The Opioid Crisis and Pain ManagementOct 8, 2019
Dr. Halena Gazelka, an anesthesiologist boarded in pain and palliative medicine at Mayo Clinic-Rochester walks through the basics of opioids and the current state of this national crisis. What is an opioid? How bad is the opioid epidemic and how did we get here? To claim credit or find out more go to ce.mayo.edu/opioidpc
Corticosteroid Injections for Musculoskeletal InjuriesOct 8, 2019
How do you counsel your patients about the risks and benefits of corticosteroid injections? How long should you expect their pain relief to last and how do you decide when and if to repeat one? Dr. Stephen Wisniewski discusses the choice between treatment with corticosteroid injections versus NSAIDS, side effects, and the benefits of using ultrasound guidance.
Work RehabilitationSep 24, 2019
How do you determine what work restrictions would be most beneficial? When is maximum medical improvement determined and how does it relate to disability ratings? Even though the job landscape has changed from the dawn of worker’s compensation and insurance, work rehabilitation has maintained the same goal: return patients back to full duty employment. Dr. Gelfman lays out the specialist’s take on the Biopsychosocial Model in application to work rehabilitation, the need for more practitioners in this field, and how to develop this skillset within your practice. Deeper Dive: AMA Guides® to the Evaluation of Work Ability and Return to Work https://commerce.ama-assn.org/store/ui/catalog/productDetail?product_id=prod1230017&navAction=push The Work Disability Functional Assessment Battery (WD-FAB) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmr.2019.03.004
Cancer RehabilitationSep 10, 2019
What exactly is cancer rehabilitation? How can we keep our patients working and living their best life during cancer treatment? How do these patients differ from other rehabilitation patients? Dr. Andrea Cheville shares her insights on the Mayo Clinic multidisciplinary approach to providing rehabilitative care for cancer patients. This includes those actively going through chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments, as well as patients whose treatment has concluded.
Moving the Needle – What’s New in ElectromyographyAug 27, 2019
When is it appropriate to order an electromyography (EMG)? How early is too early to get results? When do you run the nerve conduction and/or the needle exam? Dr. Andrea Boon discusses how to best approach the needle exam and which muscles are the best to needle. Neuromuscular ultrasound is playing in electrodiagnostics and conditions like carpel tunnel syndrome? Dr. Boon shares her pearls for utilizing ultrasound and calling myopathies and radiculopathies.
The BeST Approach to Functional Movement DisordersAug 13, 2019
Abnormal movement patterns that aren’t caused by a motor disease can be very difficult to diagnose and treat. Often, these conditions are a diagnosis of exclusion. Patients can see multiple providers before receiving a proper diagnosis. But how do we help these patients regain normal gait? Dr. Jeff Thompson discusses the Behavioral Shaping Therapy (BeST) approach. Listen in as he tells you how to set your patients up for success when diagnosed with a functional movement disorder. For more on the BeST program, visit https://mayocl.in/2MJ6sNJ.
What’s New in Motor Recovery Research and Helping Patients Stay Active with Spinal Cord InjuriesJul 30, 2019
What is the role of stem cells in treating spinal cord injuries? What’s the research demonstrating in motor outcomes after epidural stimulation? Dr. Garlanger steps through multiple causes of non-traumatic spinal cord injuries and the need for research around outcome predictions. Listen to learn about adaptive exercise for your patients and how to help them be active with spinal cord injuries.
Efficacy and Outcomes in Regenerative MedicineJul 12, 2019
PRP, BMAC, prolotherapy, placental derivatives, and microfragmented adipose tissue. What are they, what can we treat with them, and what does the evidence support? Dr. Jacob Sellon dives into these questions and discusses difficulties in the exploding field of regenerative medicine.