The Thinking Practitioner

29: First Season Retrospective - Best of the Thinking Practitioner

December 23, 2020

29: Til Luchau and Whitney Lowe review highlights and take-aways from the star-studded first season of their acclaimed podcast (yea, right). 

Most-Downloaded: 

03 Sacroiliac Joint Pain: Causes, Controversies, and Considerations 

15 Robert Schleip: Talking to Fascia, Changing the Brain, 20 Years Later 

07 Scoliosis and Manual Therapy 

11 Stretching the Tissues, or the Truth? 

12 The Cytokine Storm of COVID-19 

First Season, by Episode: 

01,02 The Back Story, Pt. 1, Pt 2 

03 Sacroiliac Joint Pain: Causes, Controversies, and Considerations 

04,08 Key Challenges Facing Our Field, Pt. 1, Pt 2 

05 Documentation and Electronic Health Records (with Diana Thompson) 

06 Tendons and Tendinopathies 

07 Scoliosis and Manual Therapy 

09 What the Heck is Descending Modulation? 

10 When Does the Tissue Matter? 

11 Stretching the Tissues, or the Truth? 

12 The Cytokine Storm of COVID-19 

13 Inflammation: Hands-On 

14 Do We Keep Doing This? 

15 Robert Schleip: Talking to Fascia, Changing the Brain, 20 Years Later 

16 Benny Vaughn: Black Lives Matter. 

17 Who Charts our Path? 

18 Ann Blair Kennedy and Kemi Balogun: Project COPE 

19 What About Risk? (cohost: Ruth Werner) 

20 A Pain in the Neck: Cervical Challenges and Strategies 

21 My Aching (Upper) Back: Thoracic Spine Pain 

22 Gil Hedley: Fascia, Fuzz and Furor 

23 Do Expectations Shape Results? Mark Bishop 

24 Plantar Foot Pain Crash Course 

25 Psoas Work: Is it Safe? Is it Necessary? 

26 Zoga: Movement for Manual Therapists (with Wojtek Cackowski) 

27 The Little Man in Your Brain: The Homunculus 

28 Advanced Credentialing and Massage as Healthcare (with Cal Cates) 

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(The Thinking Practitioner Podcast is intended for professional practitioners of manual and movement therapies: bodywork, massage therapy, structural integration, chiropractic, myofascial and myotherapy, orthopedic, sports massage, physical therapy, osteopathy, yoga, strength and conditioning, and similar professions. It is not medical or treatment advice.)

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