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Dr. Gonzales understands most athletes don't go to doctors because they are afraid of being told to stop or "rest." At Performance Place® Sports Care we focus on what you can do.... education and a positive mental attitude is half the battle! Learn straight from the Doc. Dr. Sebastian Gonzales specializes in Sports Injuries and overuse injuries. Learn from Dr. Gonzales and other experts in the correlated fields about sports injury theory, psychology of sports injuries, corrective exercises in fields, such as (physical therapy, physiotherapy and rehab).

Dr. Gonzales understands most athletes don't go to doctors because they are afraid of being told to stop or "rest." At Performance Place® Sports Care we focus on what you can do.... education and a positive mental attitude is half the battle! Learn straight from the Doc. Dr. Sebastian Gonzales specializes in Sports Injuries and overuse injuries. Learn from Dr. Gonzales and other experts in the correlated fields about sports injury theory, psychology of sports injuries, corrective exercises in fields, such as (physical therapy, physiotherapy and rehab).
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Dr. Gonzales understands most athletes don't go to doctors because they are afraid of being told to stop or "rest." At Performance Place® Sports Care we focus on what you can do.... education and a positive mental attitude is half the battle! Learn straight from the Doc. Dr. Sebastian Gonzales specializes in Sports Injuries and overuse injuries. Learn from Dr. Gonzales and other experts in the correlated fields about sports injury theory, psychology of sports injuries, corrective exercises in fields, such as (physical therapy, physiotherapy and rehab).

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Episodes

#109 - General Exercise Answers For the "Old Farts"

10/17/2018
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I had a listener email a great question. He asked if I ever planned on addressing some of the concerns of active seniors. The 65+ group how wants to stay active as they were when they were younger. I’m sure many of you know people like this… those older guys and girls who were complete badasses at their sport when they were younger and now they just want to keep active and participating in sports, regardless of age. The young at heart! Since this is a huge area of conversation, I asked him...

Duration:01:18:27

#108 Answering Facebook Group Questions From Members

10/10/2018
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I started a closed Facebook group with the goal of improving our patient education and communication, so we can all accomplish better outcomes with these people who’ve trusted us as guides to accomplish their goals. I think if we can improve our communication (verbal, visual and kinesthetic), we can better assist our patients in completion of their treatment plan (what that is it’s up to you) so they can accomplish their shot and long-term goals. The purpose of this podcast is not to...

Duration:01:02:41

#107 The Clinician/ Coach Handoff & Nutritional Habits with Brenan Ghassemieh

10/3/2018
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I’ve been fortunate to have worked with Brenan Ghassemieh, Strength Coach, while overcoming a lumbar spine injury I sustained last year 2017. My goal was to be able to play baseball again (recreationally) in the 2018 spring season, which I was able to do so! Booyah! Throughout our strength and conditioning sessions over the last year, Brenan and I have had some great conversations about cueing, strength, anti-rotation and much more. I’ve learn a lot so before my training session today we...

Duration:00:46:56

#106 Evidence-Based Practice Suggestions From An Evidence Collector - Dr. Andy Galpin PhD

9/26/2018
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I had the opportunity to speak to Dr. Andy Galpin PhD on the podcast recently. I thought his point of view as researcher would be extremely informative to clinicians like myself, that claim to be an “evidence-based provider.” Are we actually practicing what the evidence shows? Should we only practice what the evidence shows? These are just a few of the touch points Dr. Gaplin covered for us today. You’ll love this informative conversation if you’re a Doctor of Chiropractic, Physical...

Duration:00:48:23

#105 Syndromes: Taking A Step Back From The Microscope with Co-Host Dr. Cody Dimak

9/19/2018
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Today’s episode was the first stab at having on a co-host, my good friend and great diagnostician Dr. Cody Dimak DC. I feel we can do better as a dual host on this particular topic of lower extremity syndromes. What do all of these syndromes have in common? Is there a common intersection point? Do we always have to use manual therapies to treat these? CORRELATED ARTICLE (MUST READ) Show Notes Below are some of the syndromes we cover in this podcast: IT Band SyndromeMaignes...

Duration:01:10:34

#104 The Gymnast Fix with Dr. Sloan Beard DC

9/12/2018
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Did you know back pain within the gymnast population was so prevalent? I didn’t until the interview with Dr. Sloan Beard DC. She practices in Birmingham AL and is the creator of an online course called the The Gymnast Fix. If you think about it, it all makes sense… kids being pushed 6-8 hours a day into bendy positions… sounds like a lot of spinal injuries right? In this podcast interview with Dr. Sloan Beard, she takes us through some corrections we can make in our bendy athletes to...

Duration:01:19:16

#103 5 Tips (And More Secrets) For Content Creation For Healthcare Providers

9/5/2018
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As healthcare providers, we normally suck at getting our message out into the public eye. SHOW NOTES: https://www.p2sportscare.com/tips-content-creation-healthcare/ Even though I’m much better at now, I sucked hard at it for years. Allow me to share some of my secrets for content creation with you. I’ve heard all of the reasons why my friends don’t produce content: Too busyThe kids keep me awayPatient loadsI don’t know what to sayI don’t know where to start Throughout this podcast...

Duration:01:14:38

#102 Squats: A Movement Before An Exercise - Dr. Aaron Horschig DPT (Squat University)

8/29/2018
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If you’ve spent time on Instagram, you may not know Dr. Aaron Horschig DPT by name, but you probably follow his profile. Squat University! Dr. Horschig was a pleasure to have on the show. He’s a very knowledgeable, personable doctor and if my family lived in Kansas City MO, I’d send my mother, father and the brother I never had to him for care. His treatment style makes complete sense. Very logically and targeted at reduction of the CAUSE of pain. Listen to the Dr. Aaron’s podcast...

Duration:01:23:10

#101 Fun Stories of Patient Encounters

8/22/2018
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In this podcast, I thought I’d do some casual, conversational stories because as I listened to the past few solo sessions, I realized something… I’ve been staying “um” way too much! I want to break myself of that, so I’ll just roll with a few fun story style this time. These are stories about clinical practice, a few “A-ha moments,” and some fun days I’ve had at work with some great patients of mine. In the future, I’m going to do way better at the “ums.” Pet Peeve. Available free email...

Duration:00:50:24

#100 - Highlight Show - Recapping The Last 99 Sessions

8/15/2018
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I thought I should take this opportunity in SESSION 100 to highlight the best of the best of the last 99 episodes and share some of my experiences in making this podcast for you all. To be honest, the show is still evolving, I’m still evolving and the direction of the show is changing slightly. Since I don’t make my living through being a podcast host, producer and promoter, I have fallen short on some organization aspects that are needed to make a podcast explode. I lose my direction many...

Duration:00:37:28

#99: Ankle Tendonitis, Ankle Pain Running, & Therapy Concepts - Solo Podcast

8/8/2018
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I’ve had a few Calf/ Ankle/ Foot issues over the year, some from running and one from trauma. The largest ankle tendonitis I’ve ever had was from dropping glass on my inner ankle. The glass incident left me unable to put weight on my ankle for almost a month! As I’ve come to find out, many people listening to the podcast and digging through my articles have been struggling with chronic ankle tendonitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciitis, old ankle sprains and more. The podcast...

Duration:01:10:30

#98: Communication, Empathy, & Trust - The Legend of Bobby Maybee

8/1/2018
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Dr. Bobby Maybee DC, was introduced to me through another guest, Dr. Kevin Christie. Through a series of emails, we came to a rough podcast topic... “How we (clinicians) can communicate to patients in a simple, empathetic and clear way.” As we started to record, it became clear to me that Bobby was great storyteller… and although he gave some great tips, I think the biggest take away was the WAY he conversed with me. My experience, clinically and socially, is that many people’s attention...

Duration:01:30:47

#97 What an Oblique Strain Feels Like & How to Rehab It

7/25/2018
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I thought I’d sit down and go through my story about how I developed an oblique strain playing baseball, how I rehabbed it successfully to play baseball again and what I would do differently next time (if there ever is a next time). I posted an article and video about my story that has gotten a lot of attention on the web, which translates into people emailing me to ask me questions about what they should do. They write me pretty frequently about how they found hope by reading my success...

Duration:00:43:35

#96 DocJenFit’s (Dr. Jen Esquer) Tips Instagram Building a Sports Medicine Practice

7/18/2018
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I met Dr. Jen Esquer at a seminar in 2018... not being too much of an Instagram junkie, someone in the course said, “Hey! Doc Jen Fit is here!” After looking into what Dr. Jen is all about, I had to have her on the podcast for an interview. The interesting part about her content to me is that it’s laid out in a very customer friendly way with great illustrations and it’s very up to date stuff. Wat I mean my that is, that she’s able to take some highly relevant information and break it down...

Duration:01:14:46

#95 Chewing Food = Less Pain. Conversation about the Microbiome w/ Coach Michael Bann

7/11/2018
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I met Michael Bann at the Rehab 2 Performance 1st Annual Symposium in 2018. One of the nights following the presentations we all went out to the local brewery for beer and grub because let’s face it… chiropractors love beer and food. Within the time frame of a few beers and food Michael had blown my mind more than twice with a few of his theories. In this podcast session, we didn’t included everything we spoke about at dinner that night, but we did get through some interesting/fun...

Duration:01:23:14

#94 Foot/ Ankle Overuse Injuries Relate to Toe & Peroneal Strength w/ Dr. Tom Michaud DC

7/4/2018
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Dr. Tom Michaud is the man when it comes to knowledge about the foot and ankle in the running world. I ordered his book, Human Locomotion, read some his articles and listened to some interview before reaching out for this interview. I was blown away by the clinical pearls he has stored in his mind. Literally endless amounts of knowledge! If you’re a student, you should invest some money in his book… seriously, it’s light years ahead of most information you have learned about the foot and...

Duration:00:51:23

#93 Lifting Cues, “Pulsing” and Overcoming Injury w/ Brian Carroll Powerlifter

6/27/2018
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Brian Carroll is a lifting God… yes, he’s lifted more weights that you, me, your brother and my sister combined throughout his life but the value Brian is bring to the table in this podcast are bits of wisdoms he’s attend through lifting, lifting injuries and coming back as a world class athlete. When I started practice almost 10 years ago, I thought I knew enough about weightlifting to get people safely back to the sport they love… but I honestly didn’t. I knew about the basic stuff… The...

Duration:01:07:59

#92: Does Your Neck (Painful or Not) Relate to the Shoulder, Elbow & Hand Condition? - Solo Podcast

6/20/2018
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I’ve gotten a lot more emails from listeners over the past few months about their “rotator cuff tears,” “carpal tunnel syndromes,” or “tennis elbows,” which I’m thankful for, but the sad thing is based upon what these people say there’s a strong possibility that their ongoing pain is rooting from a neck condition (or some other region). These people have been seeking care and advanced imaging for the region of their pain for years with little success. It affects what they can do in life...

Duration:00:54:29

#91 Testing MSK vs Neuro before Treatment - Clinical Neurodynamics w/ Michael Shacklock

6/13/2018
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I attended Michael Shacklock’s Upper and Lower Quarter Neurodynamics course in Spring of 2018 and it was one of those seminars that completely changed the way I looked at my patients on Monday morning. Michael presented for four days on some awesome ways we can test to see if a patient has a neuro component to their symptoms. Surprisingly many conditions that have a partial neuro aspect don’t require radiation or pins/ needles! Here’s a few types of cases I’ve found neuro aspects within...

Duration:01:11:58

#90: Unspoken Miscommunication between Clients & Healthcare - Solo Podcast

6/6/2018
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Based on my observations working with patients for the past 8+ years, I found there are a few recurring conversations I have with patients. They often bring these points up well after the first exam date. I believe these points to be their unspoken objections or beliefs about their body/ injury. When we believed the world was flat, people didn’t want to sail too far… because of the unspoken “truth” that the world was flat. I’m going to address the following “truths” patients and the public...

Duration:00:54:38