In each of these 1 hour podcasts we interview leaders in the field of chiropractic, osteopathic and spine care on four different topics which are particularly relevant to chiropractors.
Podcast 1 – Rehabilitation: Interview with Dr Craig Morris and Dr Jeffrey Hebert
In our first interview conducted by Dr Peter Werth and Dr Stan Innes we talk to two chiropractors who have been involved at the leading edge of chiropractic rehabilitation about the role of rehabilitation in patient care, how they became involved in this work, and where they both see the role of rehabilitation in the future.
Podcast 2 – Manipulation or Mobilisation: Interview with Professor Kathryn Refshauge and Dr Andrew Leaver
Within the field of manual therapy the efficacy and safety of spinal manipulation has been widely debated with the reporting of adverse events having been documented in the literature. The question of whether manipulation is more efficacious than mobilisation in the management of uncomplicated neck pain has not been fully assessed in a clinical trial to date. Professor Simon French interviews our two guests about this topic and their published research paper: A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Manipulation With Mobilization for Recent Onset Neck Pain
Podcast 3 – Back Pain, Neck Pain and Headaches: Interview with Dr Roni Evans and Dr Gert Bronfort
Our host Professor Simon French interviews two leading and prolific researchers who have been involved in many important clinical studies investigating common conditions treated by chiropractors including back pain, neck pain and headaches. They have also been involved in studies examining the effectiveness of spinal manipulation. Listen to what they have to say about the outcomes of their research and the future direction of chiropractic.
Podcast 4 – Paediatrics: Interview with Dr Randy Ferrance
Within chiropractic and osteopathy no area attracts more controversy than that of paediatrics. Much has been said, and written about this topic. Any media interest in the chiropractic management of children generates calls for greater scrutiny of both chiropractic claims of effectiveness and the education of chiropractors. Our host Dr Peter Werth interviews Dr Randy Ferrance who first qualified as a chiropractor and later as a medical doctor specialising in internal medicine and paediatrics.