On this episode of the Pain & Performance Podcast, we dive into the big WHY that Rick Olderman has dedicated his career to - Why do people develop chronic pain?
Rick Olderman a Physical Therapist for more than 25 years, realized that our medical model could not adequately help chronic pain patients, so he dove deep into the research. You'll learn:
- How our beliefs affect treatment in healthcare
- How do we better identify the underlying cause of someone's pain?
- Hint its not only based on an MRI, x-ray, or scan
- How to identify the cause of low back pain and dysfunction
- 2 simple ways to "turn your glutes on"
- How the position of the shoulder can be causing or perpetuating neck pain
- Why a great hands-on assessment is a secret to treating and resolving chronic pain
- When we need surgery and how do we make the outcome better
- Where Rick has combined knowledge from multiple sources to come up with his thoughts about systemic pain, functional movement, and habits
For more information about speaking or working with Dr. Derrick Hines visit: http://www.derrickhines.com
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**I highly recommend you watch this episode on the video to get the most out of Rick's amazing knowledge and see the function movements he is talking about here:
Today's show on Video: https://youtu.be/3m-vqdFRqO0
Rick's Courses and Books: Rick Olderman - Licensed Physical Therapist with 25+ years of experience: https://rickolderman.com/
Shirley Sahrmann Courses: Movement System Impairment Syndromes Courses (http://wustl.edu): https://pt.wustl.edu/education/movement-system-impairment-syndromes-courses/
Hanna Somatics: Somatics: Hanna Somatic Education® & Training: (http://somaticsed.com)http://www.somaticsed.com/education.html