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Gas prices dip just below $4 for the first time in 5 months

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 16 hrs ago

Gas prices dip just below $4 for the first time in 5 months

"Gas prices are falling at the pump just in time for that last surge of vacation travel before kids head back to school Triple-A says the national average for a gallon of regular gas has fallen to $3 and 99 cents and the shopping app gas buddy cited an average of three 98 That's down more than a dollar from mid June and the first time it's gone below $4 in 5 months motorists in some western states are still paying more Oil prices have dropped on concerns about slowing economic growth around the world and the U.S. benchmark for crude oil recently dipped close to $90 a barrel Republicans are blaming President Biden for high gas prices while Biden has been sparring with oil companies accusing them of posting huge profits while not producing as much oil and gas as they could be Jennifer King Washington

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Rhine River could fall below critical mark, risking industry

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 17 hrs ago

Rhine River could fall below critical mark, risking industry

"German officials say water levels on the Rhine river could reach a critically low point in the coming days as drought and an energy crisis grip Europe Tim Alexander from the German ministry of transport says water levels and discharges of the federal waterways remain at a very low level and this is especially true for the Rhine whose nautical bottleneck he says is just very low The dry weather poses a headache for German factories and power plants that rely on deliveries by ship and this makes an economic slowdown even more likely capital economics says transporting goods by inland waterways is more important in Germany than in many other Western European countries I'm Charles De Ledesma

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How NFL Player Tony Dungy Came to Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 22 hrs ago

How NFL Player Tony Dungy Came to Faith

"On the program before, but for people who don't know your stories about coming to faith or when did the penny drop for each of you? It took me a little while. My parents, especially my mother, tried to teach me that. But as a 12 year old, 14 year old, your honor I was listening or it doesn't make sense. And my mom would tell me those things, you know, what would a profit a man to gain the whole world and forfeit his soul? Make sure you're in tune with God. Just what you're saying. The creation is great. All these things are wonderful, but don't fall in love with the creation, fall in love with the creator. But it didn't hit me until I was 21. And I got to the National Football League and my coach chuck noll, who was a tremendous coach Hall of Fame coach. First thing he said to us is don't make football your whole life. It's your profession now because you're getting paid for it. But if you make it your whole life, you're going to be disappointed. And then I see all these guys and they had two Super Bowl rings when I got there, but they're saying the same thing. And hey, you got to come to Bible study. You got to come to chapel tonight. And what franchise was this? The Pittsburgh Steelers. So the Pittsburgh city, I love hearing stories like this. So here you go, you're practically a kid 21 years old. Going to the Pittsburgh Steelers. And there's a culture of some players in the Pittsburgh Steelers. They get God. And they're willing to share this with the younger players. That is pretty amazing.

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Don't Miss What John Zmirak Has to Say About the FBI Raid

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | 22 hrs ago

Don't Miss What John Zmirak Has to Say About the FBI Raid

"John, you and I need to process what we couldn't process yesterday. Something unprecedented, something that I still am having a hard time making sense of, at least on some levels. But what happened the other night, why don't I let you tell the story? It is one of the most bizarre things certainly in my lifetime. I don't know what to make of it. I was on the phone with our good friend Jason Jones, wonderful human rights activist pro life back to this. And he told me the FBI has just rated Donald Trump's house in Mar-a-Lago. And I tell you, and I have a column about this coming out today. I had a feel. I had this experience. I had the feeling I had when I heard that news. Was the same feeling I had on 9 11. When I heard that the towers have been attacked, that The Pentagon had been attacked. We didn't know who did it. It might be Russia. It might be China. We had no idea at that point. A feeling like I'm in an elevator with a cable has snapped. I had that feeling one other occasion. The day in 1990 one when the hard line communists in Russia tried to overthrow Gorbachev and reimpose hardline communism. I had that same feeling of absolute vertigo. Like I was leaning out the window of the Empire State Building, looking down on an abyss. And I'll tell you why. That day, I realized that for most of my life, I assume that I knew how I would die in a nuclear war. There are nuclear explosions. I would not have grandchildren, but not of children. Nobody would remember me because all my Friends would be dead and everything I had ever known would be destroyed. That's how I grew up assuming I would die. And I had nightmares about it, where I would see my body get burned up by a blast wave or see myself dying of radiation in the wake of a nuclear war. And I was just that was the endgame that I assumed for my life and the life of everyone I knew. Until Gorbachev and Reagan worked out sort of ratcheted down the Cold War, I realized that on some level this dark certainty that had hung over my life had gradually lifted. And on that day in 1991, when the look like the communist generals were bringing back the Cold War, it all came rushing back. And I had a sense like I was falling. Same thing on 9 11 and the same thing yesterday. When I heard that the president of the United States was using the FBI like the secret police in Honduras or Guatemala or Venezuela or Liberia or Congo. We are in a lawless regime that will do anything to cling to power.

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How Much Trouble Is Joe Biden In? Chris Kohls Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 1 d ago

How Much Trouble Is Joe Biden In? Chris Kohls Weighs In

"You may not have worked in government, but you know what dang lot about communication and how to effectively communicate. It looks as if anybody in any kind of position of communications in The White House is jumping the ship from Kamala's speechwriter to Jen Psaki. Jen Psaki seems like such old history. It doesn't it? If I say gen so it feels like years ago that she was who is that? Yeah, who is that? What is going on as a professional communicator? And supplier of content, do you think they're just out of steam? Is it just changing of the God? How much trouble is bow jaiden in? No, jud. Yeah. When Korean John Pierre took the job, it was a bit shocking. I don't know if you remember the first month that she was there. Everybody just thought, what is going on? How can they have somebody who can't read? I mean, she was literally like, anytime anybody asks her a question, she'd flip to the page. Well, one second I just have to find my okay talking points. I will read them for you, and she would read them verbatim, whatever was written down for her. And she had trouble reading it. She can't actually read the notes, Chris. It's incredible to this day she can't read what's in the binder. I understand, look, look, guys, if you're a trucker, you work in construction, you don't have to read out loud as your job, that's not part of your job, okay? If you're not good at that, don't get a job in communication. Korean Jean Pierre goes into a job where, as press secretary, where she needs to read off her talking points and she can not. She's like a second grader learning to read out loud in front of the class and she's obviously like completely incompetent. I think has a lot to do with the diversity hire problem. On the left, there is this virtue signaling thing where they say, oh, you know, we can't have white men, right? We can't have men generally. We have to have women and preferably women of color and preferably preferably women of color who are lesbians and immigrants and all this kind of crap, you know, they got like this a couple of trans dudes in there. There's just peppering their whole administration with all of these diversity hires. And of course everything's going to fall apart. Of course

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WHO: COVID-19 deaths fall overall by 9%, infections stable

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

WHO: COVID-19 deaths fall overall by 9%, infections stable

"According to the latest weekly pandemic report released by the World Health Organization the number of coronavirus deaths has fallen by 9% in the last week while new cases remain relatively stable The UN health agency says there were more than 14,000 COVID-19 deaths in the last week and nearly 7 million new infections for western Pacific reported a 30% jump in cases while Africa reported a 46% drop as has the Americas in the Middle East WHO says new deaths rose in the Middle East were dropping significantly in Africa and less so in Europe and the Americas he'd however cautions is assessment of COVID-19 trends remains compromised by countries dropping many efforts and relaxing pandemic controls Charles De Ledesma London

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 US inflation slows from a 40-year peak but remains high

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

US inflation slows from a 40-year peak but remains high

"Falling gas prices in July gave Americans a slight break from surging inflation Consumer prices dropped 8 and a half percent last month compared with a year earlier according to a new report from the U.S. bureau of labor statistics that's down from 9.1% in June but essentially unchanged month to month inflation slowed in July it still remains near a 40 year high Gas airfares hotel rooms and used car prices fell while core prices that exclude food and energy rose 0.3% rent medical care and furniture are more expensive and the cost of groceries continues to surge Today's report raised hopes that a modest slowdown in inflation might enable the Federal Reserve to raise short term interest rates by less than had been anticipated when

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 US inflation will likely stay high even as gas prices fall

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

US inflation will likely stay high even as gas prices fall

"May finally be catching a break from surging prices even as inflation is expected to remain high for months I Norman hall The government's inflation report for July is expected to show that prices jumped 8.7% from a year earlier that still a sizzling pace but a slowdown from the 9.1% year over year figure in June which was the highest in four decades The forecast by economists if it proves correct would raise hopes that inflation might have peaked and that the run of painfully higher prices is a beginning to ease slightly Economists at forecast that Wednesday's inflation report will show that consumer prices rose .2% from June to July If overall inflation did ease in July will larger reflect a 16% plunge in prices at the gas pump Norman hall

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'I didn't really learn anything': COVID grads face college

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

'I didn't really learn anything': COVID grads face college

"High school graduates are headed to college and still dealing with the learning disruptions of a pandemic They were sophomores in high school when the pandemic hit now young adults worry that upheaval and long stretches of remote learning have left them unprepared for college level work Angel hope is taking the summer bridge program at the university of Wisconsin at Madison I was more of going to online school to pass not really to learn He graduated near the top of his high school class and yet I think if I didn't take this program and I went straight into the fall I would be moderately unprepared Alison Wagner with the scholarship program all in Milwaukee It says many students are going on to college academically malnourished She saw startling numbers of applicants who spent half their school hours working part time jobs or couldn't study higher level math or science because of teacher shortages experts fear Many will struggle unless America's schools can find a way to close those learning gaps I'm Jennifer King

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Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Personal Journey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 3 d ago

Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Personal Journey

"John. I should have done this right at the beginning. I just jumped in because I know you and I wanted us to just get busy with the meat of our discussion. But tell us your story because you said from the beginning you don't see America as a racist country. You see it as the greatest country. You do see it as a sinful country, which of course it is, because why human beings live in the country, and we are all fallen. And if you are a country of sinners, then the nation will be sinful as well. Will you tell us your personal journey and how you got to be past the John today and how you arrived at where you are? Yes, thank you so much. I was born and what we call are the wrong side of the tracks. I wasn't born with a silver spoon in my mouth. My mother took care of four children taking care, making no more than $28,000 a year. We lived in a shelter for nearly a year when we moved from Elizabeth city, North Carolina to Raleigh North Carolina in just the fast forward to today. You know, you can go from living in a shelter in America to now having your book on a shelf in Barnes and nobles if you work and if you labor. And if you are productive. As relates to me writing the book erased during the summer of 2020, while liberal mayors and governors were telling people in their state to defund the police and to stand back all around the country and allowing anarchists to burn down city after city while being at one of the busiest abortion clinics in the southeast, a black father walked up to me and he said, why are you out here fighting a white man's issue? And this day he was wearing a BLM shirt. He was out there to abort. His child, but he tells me why are you fighting a white man's issue as if fighting against abortion is a white evangelical problem or issue alone.

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Sen. Ted Cruz: The American People Don't Want 87,000 New IRS Agents

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 3 d ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: The American People Don't Want 87,000 New IRS Agents

"Here's senator Ted Cruz over the weekend. Madam president, there are a lot of bad things in this bill, but fewer worse than the proposal by Democrats in this bill to double the size of the IRS and create 87,000 new IRS agents. I guarantee you citizens and every one of our states, if you ask them, what do they want? They don't want 87,000 new IRS agents. And they're not being created to audit billionaires or giant corporations. They're being created to audit you. The House ways and means committee, the minorities put out an estimate that under this bill, there will be 1.2 million new audits per year with over 700,000 of those new audits falling on taxpayers making $75,000 or less. I believe personally we should abolish the IRS, but at a minimum we shouldn't make the IRS larger than The Pentagon, the State Department, the FBI, and the border patrol all combined. That's what the Democrats are proposing here. It is a terrible idea. If you don't want 87,000 new IRS agents, vote yes. Good for you. Senator Cruz. Unfortunately, elections have consequences. And the Republicans, they just didn't have the votes. They don't have the votes in the House of Representatives. So we're about to get 87,000 more IRS agents, and they're coming after all of us. That's who they're coming after. They're coming after you conservatives. They're coming after you, Christians. That's what's going to happen. Oh,

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What Is Liz Cheney Saying About the People Who Need to Vote for Trump?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | 3 d ago

What Is Liz Cheney Saying About the People Who Need to Vote for Trump?

"Now, Liz Cheney gave an interview to the talking a lot, CNN, New York Times, she doesn't really campaigning because she's going to lose next week. She told The New York Times she'd find it very difficult to support Ron DeSantis for president. If Trump doesn't run. She would find it very difficult to support governor desantis because of how he has lined himself up almost entirely with Trump. Are you paying attention are you as the media does this whole adulation of Liz Cheney? Do you get what she has become? So I said to this friend of mine who's a never trumper. I said, listen, when Liz Cheney says that she doesn't mind losing her seat. As long as Trump stays out of office, what is she saying about the American people who need to vote for Trump? In order for him to be reelected. And I mean, I was blown away by his answer. He said, she would say, and I believe he knows her and probably knows exactly her thinking. He believes that American America has been fooled and conned by Donald Trump, that Trump supporters aren't really necessarily malicious or nefarious, they're really just more about being conned. And we drank the Kool-Aid and we fell for it and she knows that. And she understands that, that's why the January 6th select committee existed to prevent Trump from being able to run for reelection. Now,

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Sen. Ted Cruz: The American People Don't Want 87,000 New IRS Agents

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 3 d ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: The American People Don't Want 87,000 New IRS Agents

"Here's Ted Cruz talking about the scope and the size of the IRS due to the inflation reduction act of 2022. Madam president, there are a lot of bad things in this bill, but fewer worse than the proposal by Democrats in this bill to double the size of the IRS and create 87,000 new IRS agents. I guarantee you citizens and every one of our states, if you ask them, what do they want? They don't want 87,000 new IRS agents. And they're not being created to audit billionaires or giant corporations. They're being created to audit you. The House ways and means committee, the minorities put out an estimate that under this bill, there will be 1.2 million new audits per year with over 700,000 of those new audits falling on taxpayers making $75,000 or less. I believe personally we should abolish the IRS, but at a minimum we shouldn't make the IRS larger than The Pentagon, the State Department, the FBI, and the border patrol all combined. That's what the Democrats are proposing here. It is a terrible idea. If you don't want 87,000 new IRS agents, vote yes.

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IRS To Hire 87,000 New Agents

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

IRS To Hire 87,000 New Agents

"Cruz, sums up what this bill that he put in an amendment to eliminate the IRS provisions, it failed, Ted Cruz on the Senate floor cut number 7. Madam president, there are a lot of bad things in this bill, but fewer worse than the proposal by Democrats in this bill to double the size of the IRS and create 87,000 new IRS agents. I guarantee you citizens that every one of our states, if you ask them, what do they want? They don't want 87,000 new IRS agents. And they're not being created to audit billionaires or giant corporations. They're being created to audit you. The House ways and means committee, the minorities put out an estimate that under this bill, there will be 1.2 million new audits for per year with over 700,000 of those new audits falling on taxpayers making $75,000 or less.

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What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 4 d ago

What Makes America Exceptional? Bill Federer Explains

"Bill, I've been following you for years. We've shared so much time together. You have the ability to be able to analyze the arc of history and then be able to apply it to today. I've asked you this question before in our podcast. But I think it's really important for our audience to hear this. What makes America different and exceptional from a biblical standpoint and historical standpoint is America like every other nation that's been on the face of the earth and if not, why? In answer to that, I decided I would research every century of recorded human history to see what the most common form of government was. So I went back to Sumerian cuneiform on clay tablets and the elamites and the Persians and the Greeks and Romans and the most common form of government in world history is kings. Hands down, it's kings. Nimrod tower Babel pharaoh Caesar's power wants to concentrate into the hands of one person. It's no different than you put some kids on a playground and one's the bully. You put them junior high girls in a clique and one of them is the diva. You put some people in the Woods, one of them's an Indian chief. You put them in an inner city, one of them is a gang leader. And all the king is, is a glorified gang leader. And it's a hierarchical system. If you are friends with the king, you are more equal. If you are not friends with the king, you are less equal. And if you're an enemy of the king, you're a slave or you're dead. Well, I thought slavery started in 1619. No, wherever you had the first king on top you had slaves on the bottom. And this model continued with technological advancements, kings could kill more people, right? So instead of cane killing neighbor with a stone, they're killing with a bronze weapon or an iron weapon or a failing spear, similar sword gunpowder. The weapon improves, but it's that same fall in nature, it can't kill enable. And also with technological advancements, kings could track more people. Do you know Augustus Caesar wanted to have a worldwide tracking system? It was called a census that was like modern technology 25 BC, right? He wanted to count. If he could have had 5G and cell phones and cameras, he would attract him that way. But as the centuries go on, the king of England had the biggest empire that Planet Earth had ever seen, 13 million square miles, half a billion people. Anyway, the sun never set on the British Empire, the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top and America's founders decided they didn't like this one world government guy telling us what to do. We broke away and flipped it. And made the people the king.

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Quantrill throws 6 shutout innings, Guardians top Astros 4-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 d ago

Quantrill throws 6 shutout innings, Guardians top Astros 4-1

"The Guardian shook off consecutive 6 run losses to Houston by downing the Astros four to one Cal quantrill improved to 11 or 36 starts in Cleveland allowing three hits and a walk over 6 scoreless innings Ahmed Rosario had a two run single and José Ramírez added two hits and an RBI Andres Jimenez and miles straw each had two of the guardians ten hits Cleveland beat Luis Garcia who fell behind four zero in the second inning Garcia gave up 9 hits over 6 frames and dropped to 8 and 8 I led miss Diaz doubled home the Astros lone run in the 9th I'm Dave ferry

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Orioles run winning streak to 5 with 6-3 win over Pirates

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Orioles run winning streak to 5 with 6-3 win over Pirates

"The Orioles picked up their 5th straight win by doubling up the pirates 6 to three Pinch hitter Ryan McKenna provided a two run double that put the birds ahead 5 two in the 5th inning Brett Phillips hit an RBI double that made it three zero but the bucks pulled within a run on a two run Homer by O'Neill Cruz Baltimore won for the 21st time in 28 games after entering the day one and a half games out of the final wild card birth Winning pitcher Austin both allowed three runs before the O's bullpen tossed four innings of shutout ball JT brubaker fell to two and ten reached for three runs and 8 hits in four innings I'm Dave ferry

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Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 d ago

Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's

"Jesse Chavez blew a three zero lead in the 9th inning before Taylor ward sacrifice fly in the tenth gave the angels a four three win against the Mariners Max Stassi smacked a two run Homer in the knife to put Anaheim up by three but Seattle scored three times in the bottom half Capped by ty France's two run single Chavez got the wind with help from Jimmy hergatz spotless tenth Pablo Sandoval was in line to get his first win since May 22nd after limiting the M's to three hits over 5 and a third innings Paul C Walt fell to three and three I'm Dave fairy

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"To maybe the same ish. I didn't really have that. Research have the measure for them to over under report on. Yeah 'cause 'cause if you're looking at it for an individual to look for change. It searched become less important than the under reported or over reported because assuming assuming they're they're in over reporter of ten percent or thirty percent or whatever they are if they're if they're fairly consistent than a change is still a change to that and it doesn't matter that they are over reporter. I so here's hoping it's that but That's even more good studies that we can try to in the future after you get the kinetics and we get a neuro science to help you with the neuro rates in will have it all lockdown excellent. Well so w. I am quickly running out of time I i could talk to all night about balance and stability in your measure But as we wrap up. Are there any things that we didn't cover that you wanted to talk about before we wrap up If there's anything with your lab that you'd want people to be aware of that. That's also quite organized. I would again say that if If anyone once a copy of the measure i'm happy to send it Or or ideas suggestions. You know their own experiences something. They're using that similar that in a. I don't believe there's money to be made on this not looking very good and so if assuming people are gonna find this podcast by to an pt and Way to get a hold of you right there as planner podcast. And if there's anything else that you you wanted to add about other studies going on in your lab or in the the partner labs by you related to balance Now it'd be the time and then we'll wrap it up. No we're getting feedback under with this with this study. That was on. Hold for so long. And that i think that's finished. We can move forward with with the next steps definitely throwing things into disarray. Yes and thank goodness. You guys are able to with your strict adherence to being safe. You're you're getting people back in that lab to do this important research while thank you so much for your time and thank you for this measure. I'm i'll be one of the people reaching out to you for its use and I just i wish you good success with recruiting and completing your studies and your future research should very important. And i. I really look into reading it. Thank you for your time. Doing thinks to later kim. Thank you for listening to this interview. Brought to you by the balance and fall special interest group of the academy neurologic physical therapy for more information on this special interest group or the academy visit. Www dot neural. P. t. work..

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Or track You know as people develop the as what do their what those are self perception do. Because i i would bet that people don't realize that they're hitting those apa's yes which can be measured right there. There's ways to measure that of course in the lab it's harder in the clinic But really interesting and And i just love this conversation of i never. I never thought there were api as you develop in reactive bounce. I love that So so this might be a nice time to Pause for a second because you've given us lots to chew on and just go through some of the basics right for people listening in I think a lot of the balance terms get used generally and a lot of times that that means they get used incorrectly right. So the specificity of gets lost and you are a balance expert and i just loved to use some of this time to talk about differentiating. Some of those commonly used balanced terms. Serve so i am. I have my advisor extent. Wants the traditional keeping your center of mass over your base support. He or somebody during my dissertation defense said you know what a tree stump in can keep it. Center mass over its base in support. But it's not very useful so when most people say balanced they mean keeping your center of mass within your base of support but even just normal walking. We don't do that. We're constantly moving our center of mass and then rearranging our base of support to fit our new center of mass location. And so i tend to talk more about stability and he is a pretty standard maybe more engineering based definition so it's the ability of the system to return to its previous state. So if i'm walking along and somebody pushes me or slips me or or pulls the floor out from under me my ability to go back to walking in that controlled normal way is stability or the converse. If i can't you know if i fall or Eight stumbles steps or can't get back to that normal walking vets instability. So it's it's the ability of that system to come back to its its baseline Which i think is a lot more useful when we're looking at human movement and the things that people need to do every day It's another piece that we think a lot about in our lab is in. You would know you very familiar with this in working with with stroke and stroke research but people who are really active putting themselves in harm's way more so there may be more likely to fall but there are some more active and they're sedentary and therefore they're challenging themselves and arguably maintain their balance and all the subsystems involved in in balanced control healthier people rarely fall off sofas so if somebody spends all day sitting on a sofa there not as likely to fall until they have to move while some of my stroke population can fall out of a chair at rest. Well yes other. But in general yes. I completely agree so There is definitely a sweet spot in the active enough to not be sedentary maintaining all the systems that you need and not so active that you're that you're putting yourself in too much risk which you know is a different point for every person right. Yes yes so so balance. If i heard you correctly is not such helpful term. It's funny because it's one that we make sure to teach and pt school and we all know it. But i think it's fine to say the realm of balance as long as people understand that includes an awful lot of different things and that there are more specific concepts that you need to think about when you're going to start doing assessments and intervention design. Very nice and then are there any other Terms that you think it misused or would i think people. Maybe don't think i actually i take that back. People thinking more about proactive versus reactive. I think that once you do balanced training in on a clinic clinical setting often enough for long enough. They become a little bit more intuitive. I know that with my students. We really have to to sit in. Have them work through things physically or mentally. what's reactive. Throw a ball cheer responding. But you still have all those pasta adjustments ahead of time. You have time to to call up a Peremet whole nine yards. It's it's a proactive reactive. Yeah i love that. Because i've had i've had students and even you know license collisions where they just start to say save. There's activity in it. It's reactive like okay. You had to respond to where through bond. You didn't know how to time but you saw it before you had to respond to it and therefore still and you have interest in respond. Yes yes beautifully stated. Yeah still so with that. I wanna go back to to take another flight if you will out of the stability measure. Because i think as you define those terms it really added to just what a important and helpful tool. This is clinicians With that how did you go about validating this and then what are your next steps using it Or your next steps and research so in that we have on since the paper that that you asked me about. We've modified after having just a lot of different people get the ten point scale and we've changed it to a seven point scale and we have found that that is easier for people to use. We unfortunately were in the middle of a really big Balanced training study with individuals with stroke. And we've been exactly you're now that data collection has been on hold so we've been using the new seven point scale for that. Study at part of the point of that study was to really look at the use of the scale in different types of balance training in this population who sometimes have phases sometimes have difficulty with.

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"What did i do and so I found that they were great. Mentors to me and also so. Were judy deutch. Who is J. pt editor. At the time. And catherine gill body helped me. Along with galen diane actually Publish the case report on mary and in that case report gets in two thousand seven. There are the video. Some of the original videos of that patient were up online while ago. I don't know if they still are as we begin to Talk about research questions so so no thank you. Sorry i had. I love that you tied back to Your start and i love the the tip to j. n. p. t. so people can go back and read there. There are twenty twenty seven a jam pt. And i believe those video supplements are a regular staple now of jam pt. so i. they should be there But i wanted to your a high. I just wanted to pause on that because it's so profound. You know to to have something that makes you have to stop and and sit down and cry together. I think he said right. Like that's a what that's big and The same thing happened in again this this very poor cousin to Using your concepts in in the classroom and It was transformative for for this client. I mean she started to do started to live her life. She started to participate in activities. And this is after having exhausted going to the you know specialist dizzy docs and physical therapists and Had been living with this for. I wanna say it was a decade of really being constrained to the house and multiple falls a day and giving up most of participation. So i'm gonna. Gas part of that was all of the catharsis. You fell with the sitting in crying together with with mary over the years of done that with a lot of patients because a lot of people especially with the tax you are various types of attacks are told that there's nothing it can do really. It's it's a difficult diagnosis. So patients have flown in from all over the world to try this and Patients will drive from all over the us to see clinicians who are not trained in this three dimensional strategic leading technology evenly across state lines. It's a people.

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"The balance and fall special interest group of the academy of neurologic physical therapy a component of a. Peta is bringing you this interview today so today. I'm a interviewing cindy gibson horn. Who's the ceo and founder of motion therapeutics. And with that. I just wanna give a quick background and then handoffs. Oh cindy can tell us a little bit about herself. And what led to the development of the body by the based torso system that she's developed and and some of the clinical improvements that she seemed from that So i'm julie short figure as you know and i do podcasts. For the bouncing falls special interest group of the academy of neurologic pt. And i came to find out about some of the fascinating. advances and balanced assessment and treatment. When i went to force stop which is something that the academy of neurologic pt They do these step conferences. Whenever there's a big jump forward in the research For neurologic clinical care. And of mine. Allen said julie have you gone to this booth My friends and colleagues gibson horn has developed this amazing clinical assessment and treatment for balance. That you should check it out. So i went and i i did check it out and found that it was unique and very different than anything i had experienced and i. I'm i'm a neuro nerd. I'm constantly reading the research and identifying these things and in fact the immediate past chair of the balance and fall special interest groups. So i'm committed to balance and falls and since then i've bounced around that idea and In my current role which is at rosalind. Franklin university teaching the neuro courses i developed and directed neuro clinics twice a year for the Pre licensed dpd.

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Every session with my balanced patients is. What are you still struggling with at home. Making it very salient mike. What are you still having trouble with. What is causing you issues. What you not feel safe doing and then working specifically on those tasks because that makes it mean more to the patient than just. I'm gonna tap my foot on each cone and then step over it which i love intervention and do it quite frequently but You know if someone's like really hard ten going down my step in the garage will. Let's work on getting up and down curb or I have a hard time picking off the floor. So does do that repeatedly until i feel comfortable as opposed to just going through the continuing guessing on what Their balance needs so really. Having those spending the five minutes game the session really figure out what is causing that balance that the post to rushing right into treatment intensity matters but it also to be salient in order to make them want to do at home if it is intervention And i don't think enough people tell people the contract their course when they're doing balanced training if their core is not tight. They're not going to be stable so i've definitely taught my students in My pt and specifically how to teach an older adult who has no idea where call a motor more on get-out contract their core Says something to practice with your anything else alright. So with that. I was last in. So we're in a repertoire podcast. Thank you for listening to this interview. Brought to you by the balance and both special interest group. For more information on our special group or the academy of neurology. Pt please visit www dot neuro phd dot org..

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"That i've been factor thing this stimulus they'll be killed and i also do research in the areas of expertise. Would i investigate clinically effective base to enhance balance partial control function. Gloria flies of automation the clinic. I couldn't even work in an outpatient setting where i also serve as the multiple sclerosis physical therapy and wellness as program director And i'm also initiating a balancing force program at the connec on my training as a community program leader of stepping on society. These programs have been great in the clinic. And i feel like to introduce a new patient perspective to the overhaul overall health and wellness when the work would be so just curious since you're creating a new balance and falls kind of clinic. What are some things that you're bringing in to kind of facilitate that specific goal. That's question So what i am doing right now is started to initiate conversations with the my fellow. Clinicians at the clinic. i've started to include a sign age and patient. Handout materials do Do have patients identify at this being resource available to them. I have initiated in created several handouts as patients screen measures for medical practitioners to be able to for these patients to my clinic and at the clinic itself. I have a team off physical database and physical debbie assistance at that very interested in the same field Soviet creating in dire process of assessment Vape portable clinical assessment as villas in entire training intervention with progression on intensity focused progression at. This has been discussed already. So intensity matters. And envy's are focused on that and that's the whole purpose. Do be able to demonstrate. The effectiveness of a focused dedicated ballots informed progression in order to dodson ideologically populations. There's one thing you take away from. Today's podcast the intensity matters. Intensity matters intensity matters especially when bounce false training not just everything else So what would you lake Kind of contribute to the professional world that maybe hasn't been discussed yet today. I think everything has been discussed jillian. But i would just summarize that i won the seek to contribute to resources for cleaning invention at all levels of fall prevention identification in treatment and I think this is already placed in a good spot. It's already providing such resources We are able to invite interest from the students and faculty altogether to participate in contributing to such resources. The have created the false prevent challenge which the video challenge excites. The students do generate some dot because interest towards balance falls as well as we have invited thus students and faculty four contribution towards the newsletter end the regular contribution anybody is welcome to add to that and The even have a competition going on. I think around. Csm where people are willing be able to generate a interest in contributes towards a newsletter in anybody. Who does that get entered into a raffle Or something so. I think the sig is doing everything possible. And also is debbie mentioned in everybody else on. The team mentioned have several new ideas coming together in a train of thought podcasts dedicated to words assessment and intervention..

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Assessment trading photocalls specifically customized the extra games as well as a use of commercial exit games. Mainly i'm interested in examining how different cognitive tasks would affect motor function and also examining how mental fatigue impacts foster and local motor control especially in older adults who are starting to show signs off some cognitive impairment. And lastly as many of our other members have said i'm interested in the role of higher court because centers in watch relation of mainly react balanced control but also how these centers interact in modulating. Confident interference Both during challenging schnelle as well as reacted balanced asks. You just do a couple things related to research but all those things are super interesting to me. I could ask you think thirty minutes just on those things but kind of from your research experiencing your clinical experience. What do you do specifically that could kind of help promote like adds to the a pt professional world in the world of balance and falls so other big with our sick definitely. of course. My research is very lab based but one of my main roles is to actually translate all the research that has been. It's been done in many of the labs by pd's and other professionals into clinics are even kind of raise awareness within our field of different kinds of evidences law especially which are almost an hidden. You know so. I feel like back east to be highlighted and disseminated in simple terms not elaborate detail research papers. Not that that's bad. But i think that's one thing i would like to do. Where how could you take. The evidence and presented in a manner of which reaches at larger population would professionals as well as You know a practitioners are even the clients and see how we can actually implemented. Those were readily easily. Sorry i'm yourself You probably have quite a few clinical pearls. But don't you choose a couple as something that one of our listeners take insert doing tomorrow in their clinic. so yeah i think debbie law school about intensity. I'm gonna talk about how type of balance training matters..

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Your alley audience today. So the clinical perot like to share something i picked up from. Ceo course and similar to w relates to challenging patients with interventions to find were right intensity and so one of the that i worked for try to attempt to ensure my patients are sufficiently challenge during their interventions related to bounce is to utilize the perception of the task difficulty so this could be asking them on the l. of one to ten one being super easy ten being incredibly challenging or asking them to rate the task easy medium hard and then i just started corporate incorporating this to address again a sufficient intensity of our interventions to drive motor learning but also to help the patient feel more confident in the task that they're completing which we know confidence is a respect for falls hazardous. And so you can get questions. Like how many times do you think you might lose your balance during the activity in one minute and then the patient can give you their answer and as completing that task if they perform better than expected and that can sometimes help improve their confidence with that task and this format has in some cases allowed me to challenge patients beyond with. They might be willing to try doing when we first started our treatment sessions together and also just help reduce their fear of falling and improve confidence. I love the your mind. Tricking patients on a daily basis. Because they do the same thing like a lotta can't do it but you can embed tricky into knowing that you can't so yeah. I think that's an awesome tool that anybody could use. And any setting you can even use keep care Is there anything else you'd like to discuss today. That's all thank you for the opportunity. Perfect right next up. We have tom be brought. Hope i said that right. Go ahead introduce yourself. Hi my name is tammy bod An associate professor at the university of chicago in the department. I got my bachelor's in physical therapy from mumbai by university. And then i render head to get my masters and rehabilitation sciences at university of manitoba. And then you didn't make phd in college at university of illinois chicago and then stayed there since mine. Research interests saw are in the field of the bachchan based assessment and training off prevention and specifically to parcels of proactive and reactive adaptation and developing protocols for enhancing motor learning retention and generalization of the ause resisting skills that acquired i have also clinician of for fifteen years and now some ad hoc registry work So that i still keep my clinical skills at par I also studied cognitive. Motor training or task game In terms of developing.

tammy bod university of illinois university of chicago university of manitoba tom mumbai chicago
"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"I work with our clinical research as well as Helped to train clinicians on our product both mma training and education standpoint am on the side additionally in conjunction in that position. I still work part time in outpatient and inpatient rehab and this is my first year on the balance and falls sick serving on the nomination committee also currently serve as a board member on the abc. A minnesota state chapter awesome. I think your job is very interesting. So kind of along with nate and deb. What are some things that you think are big should accomplish contribute to the professional world. Yeah so similar to but debbie mentioned. I'd like for the sake to contribute. To some of the evidence based practice that clinicians are providing to their patients and provide resources to clinicians related to interventions that are being studied and researched. I was really surprised when i learned that. The average knowledge translation cycle for clinical research to the clinic was almost seventeen years Kind of in general on average which is pretty amazing and astounding. And so i'd really love for the balance and fall to part of sharing new research as it relates to balance whether that spouse assessments bounce interventions and treatment and just to help improve that evidence evidence based practice by shortening that knowledge translation timeframe but adapting some of that knowledge for into local content. Help clinicians to kind of jump start that knowledge translation process and implement those things into their practice super helpful. So what are some things that you do as a clinician. To kind of take some of that knowledge you gain from the research into brain to your own practice that maybe somebody else could start to do as well. So one of the the big things that i participate in as as part of studying for ncis we let we read a lot of articles. During and soy participate in several journal clubs with clinicians from different practice settings and facilities and we oftentimes will pick a topic of focus and we're usually revolve around balance interventions kind of in general and in these journal clubs. We discussed the article but we challenge each other to think through Knowledge translation cycle by adapting the content to clinical practice may be thinking about reasons why Clinicians are more or less likely to races information into their practice and then we try to keep each other accountable in terms of monitoring whether or not we're able to implement some of these things in our clinics. sometimes it's hard to easy to learn about something but then hard to put into practice so try to keep each other accountable for things in the clinic. And then members of the journal club are encouraged to educate their their colleagues help. Share the article and what we discussed just to get the word out there and get others aware of what's being looked at in the research. That's awesome. Do you have any advice for someone. That doesn't have a journal club. Currently if you're could start one or get their clinicians their their fellow friends involved. Yes i'm a part of a couple of journal clubs just locally and we have a network gov individuals that have their. nc within the twin cities area and so that's one journal club in particular. That's a little more widespread across the state. And then i have a separate one. That's just with friends that we studied for the ncis within a similar timeframe. And so i think just making connections with people who either. Nci or you know or are interested in reading those journal articles just reaching out and just asking. Somebody wants to start one. What is your clinical pearl..

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Nate I think the other thing is so. I've worked in a in a couple of different practice. Settings have worked in inpatient and outpatient rehab but currently work in inpatient rehab In a lot of my patients go on to outpatient rehab within our healthcare system. And so. I think that it's important to be able to to have continuity across different care settings if your patients are going to that next area To make sure that you know the the next set therapists have a good idea of What to look for when we're training balancing false with specific patients and and just making sure that we're really maximizing communication across different therapists and across different settings. What are some things you did. Facilitate that relationship with some of the therapists outpatient So where. I work We've established continuity of care meetings where we have Every other month So six times a year Continuity meetings among the different teams To make sure that Therapists on the outpatient team are aware of the patients that are coming their way and then also You know Uh says impatient therapist. Getting information about the patients that we've worked with in the past so That's a really good system But when i was in outpatient setting reminders from me to reach back out to patients and see After i discharged them from their plan of care three to six months down the road where they at right Are they still doing the things that they should be doing from a balanced standpoint point to make sure that they're continuing to prevent false awesome. Those are great pointers. That i should start doing in my own practice. So thank you nate. Hope some other people can take that home as well. all right. let's go to our next Talk to laura jacobs. Sue go ahead. -duced yourself laura thinks jillian My name's laura jacobs. I am originally from california and moved to the midwest for undergraduate in iowa and completed my doctor to physical therapy at the university of minnesota after which i completed a neurological residency at the minneapolis. Va and a variety of inpatient outpatient settings and specialty clinics on prior to obtaining my s. I was special interest in balance involved prevention particularly as it relates to sensory substitution devices. Which ties into my work. I currently primarily work for a medical device company as a clinical services specialist for a product that is designed to improve balance and walking for patients who have peripheral neuropathy and as part of this rule..

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"It's there's there's an awful lot we've figured out. I mean since. I've joined this week. I've learned more about that. Didn't know there was a difference between just y- reactive balance and proactive balance. Many different things like you just mentioned that i think could really help clinicians. They're kind of splice into really great interventions to get down for their patients. So what do you do related to your work. That kind of works towards the things that we also do in the balance and false say so i have Some research looking at knowledge translation for gaming gaming into clinical applications especially to increase dosing for motor learning balance rounds of developed a scale to use to set intensity of balanced training. So that when you're doing balance activities with patients you can have the exercising or training at a high intensity level meaning a high enough difficulty level consistently and working with engineers to develop harness system that allows you to modulate the support in a sort of analog fashion so that you can optimize the support and the motor learning both even for billy frail older adults that sounds like a tool that most clinics at this point for their older adults knows how to fall too afraid to let them fall. They can teach in those reaction. So i look forward to seeing when that stuff comes out So deb will you leave us with a clinical pearl. That are our clinicians can use the clinic tomorrow. So i think that it's really exciting to see people focus on intensity and by that i mean specifically how difficult something is for the person doing it not necessarily cardiovascular pulmonary intensity and i think that we really need to focus on having the right amount of intensity higher intensity of balance training balance activities even especially to include reactive training. I couldn't agree more. I feel like as as you know the kind of knowledge. Pt were really pushing intensity in general. So i think it's appropriate that adds balancing falls. We're also pushing same intensity not gave them too. Many rest breaks just because they feel week. They're tired as a common thing. I see personally will thank you for that deb on. We're gonna move on and meet the next. One is our secretary. Mr nathan casey. So go ahead and introduce yourself i My name is casey. And i'm a physical therapist and graduate of the cleveland. State university class of two thousand fifteen following t school completed a neurologic residency at ohio state university and.

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Doesn't work that way on the brain is looking through these two cameras and it has to processing systems that it has to balance and maintain this balance because if we compromise the spatial process what happens is the world becomes focused massive detail and the spatial context by which we match information. Between the visual spatial con process and the proper sept- base of support becomes compromised. And that's when we start to have significant balance problems following neurological then or even aging. And you can do. The therapy. With these patients and i've seen physical therapists made great strides in rebalancing the spatial process but also had many patients come in a year two years. Five years ten years after the therapy still having the same balance problems until diagnose something called visual mid-line schiff syndrome so this is where it began to get interesting for me at least professionally as began to see these patients. I decided i am listening to what the researchers were telling me as well as what hundreds of these patients were now beginning to explain to me in this little clinic in new haven which had now turned from a low vision clinic into something that i had no name for the name. Neuro optometry wasn't even there yet. And i was just trying to feel my way through how megan a serve these people so i knew objects well enough to understand that. A prison can compress bays and expand space. Depending upon how you position the prism began to think about what i was seeing. And what. I was hearing from a few patients. Mostly what i was seeing from these people and began to think about applying prison called a yoked prism to prisons in this position. In the same orientation. Usually a prism has prescribed by thomas or an ophthalmologist. If there is a strong business let's say one is turned out and the other is looking straight ahead. They take a prison. They measured the deviation in the shift the image out to wear that is pointing and hope that the brain will capture. the image of pump. Together doesn't always happen that way so he began to think about the fact that we have to use prison in a different way in what is now called yoked prison to prisons designed with the same power in the same direction that could be positioned anywhere in a three hundred and sixty degree position within set of frames. Says i began to explore this. I realized one side of the prism has the ability to compress space in the other side. Expense space. i had some very interesting experiences where people all of a sudden started to wait bear on their affected side and this is five. Ten fifteen twenty years after all therapy had stopped so then began calling in therapist because they're worth pacific easter sale. And i said look at this look at look at what's just happened and everybody was amazed but we didn't even have a term for it yet so i started talking to the physicians and they all looked at me as if i had two heads saying what's interesting prove. It.

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Pharmacy field and even other fields beyond to have a cross talk dialogue because our patients need all of us right. They don don't fit into these thin slices of oncology neurology or geriatrics. They usually land multiple and beyond so. This has been the spent lovely. I'm i'm glad that you three have got or you. Learned so much from each other and so the rest of us can also reap the benefits from the three of you collaborating. Are there any resources out there already. That people can be using in their clinic To help them screen for you know the the whole person maybe not just in those silos general jennifer also part. Yeah yeah 'cause we kinda put geriatrics as the baseline for screening because there is there is Quite a bit of a more information out there for general geriatrics again. You've got this study. Toolkit and i think we all agree. That's a pretty solid Screening tool to at least start with Another screen. Document that you can look. That's great as the clinical practice guideline from the jury after academy from twenty fifteen By a at all and that's a good baseline as well so then I'll let julia take over as far as adding some components with regards to neurologic consideration. Okay thank you for passing the baton so speaking up even for people who can attend even those who who cannot if you go into the downloads for csm. We create it. After much time deliberation in collaboration. I pretty extensive handout. That's based off aven And i think that's where the learning happened is. How can we put this together and make it something. Not too lengthy and we found a lot of commonalities by having net constriction of up needing to have something that was hand outsized and incorporated the differences and similarities across areas of focus To answer that in the neurology area. We've got a wonderful core measure sets and some podcasts. That if you haven't already listened to them. I think are stroke. Special interest group has had jane. Sullivan and abdul podcast. Talking about these measures. This is where a consensus of the a big group of people really talks about one or the right measures and they came up with a small set that they're calling core that really across any neurologic diagnosis treating in your clinic. You can use the standard set of measures across the board which means your clinic will get better at using the measures administering non talking about him with the patient and feeling confident about what the scores mean And the patients will not get overwhelmed with you know different measures. Every time they go or measures that are administered differently. Each.

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Where did this come from. Or how did you guys decide to collaborate between sections And kind of put this all together. It started out By my name is elaine. And i'm from the oncological oncology academy and we are brand new balance and falls. I mean we aren't even two years old yet. And in becoming a founding member of that balance and falls sake. I looked around for ways to really kind of increase what we can do become effective and so i immediately florist went to grow and jerry in their steaks and kind of looked at their web sites and i decided that we needed a lot of Of say hope. But i thought gee if we could just kind of tag on a little bit to what you all are doing kind of joint something instead of reinventing the wheel. Kinda stand on the shoulders of giants. We could probably do a lot more. So i really appreciate how open they have. Been to kind of. Come aboard and help me. And that's that's really the impetus for this. The other thing is. I thought well who doesn't have an older patient That's probably had a cancer diagnosis. That has some of neurological impairment so to me. That very common patient made a lot of sense for us to get together and put our heads together to see what we could come up with for practice jennifer. Yep i just happened to be lucky enough to get on board with the to Wonderful genius ladies We definitely not only are appreciative of the trial. Lions but we realized that we've already learned so much from one another so even though we're that kind of experts in our areas of balance and fall prevention we realized Just by working together that we do better together You know there may be something. I'm thinking about of patient. Who's in remission from cancer but more is here to see me for Other geriatric related issues that caused them to be increased risk of falls and i'm not necessarily looking at potentially the cause of Maybe having had chemotherapy in the past etc Or maybe the patient has Some sort of a post stroke or some sort of stable neurologic disorder and We've just learned so much from one another every time. And i just think that it will continue hopefully as this trial lance continues even as as we Potentially move off as chairs in the next couple of years. Yeah well son and this is julianne. I would just add that. I think the dream is started. And we're very excited from this collaborative work Which you get to find out more. Come to the suppose zone We'd like to see it grow bigger. I just looking at the study tool kit. Which has a lot of applicable across Operations that think we start there in bill using the core measures that npt alleged The the study enhancements include farmer community pharmacy screening and tools ritual kit. Which would be a wonderful collaboration chat. Pull somebody in from the.

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"What they showed was that during that withdrawal period that little number of falls fear following went up and bio mechanics decreased but in that second eight week period where they re administered the stimulus they should a reversal of those which shows that not only does impact falls but that also that you can reintroduce a therapeutic benefit sixteen weeks into the intervention so a really compelling case for looking at how arias directly impacts followers on. That's a very interesting study. I'll make sure i get the details of that. We can put that up on our website to go along with this podcast so that is a great study and i always like to ask about how fall risk or How falls are measured Was it a a ongoing calendar. Where they're checking orients. Help out of that work in that study. That's a good question i mean. I know that it was largely subjective. Measure of a false. I actually don't know if it was a diary or if this was a daily check in with them. I don't know the answer to that into that. So hard to measure that when it's people actually outliving their lives right sick. Like the state of kerala the challenge of false studies right so that'll be something for our listeners to read the link that i'll make sure goes up this. Yes so Tuck a little bit more about rhythmic auditory stimulation. And i think you. You're actually working on developing some technology to help us harness this and then also if you can talk a little bit about how the the large amount of physical therapists set will be listening to this. Podcast as it is on the academy neurologic physical therapies belts and full sing How would they use this. Or how would they connect with music therapist when it's beyond what they would be able to do in their scope of practice so great great question there as i mentioned we in. The clinic saw these benefits of rhythmic auditory stimulation..

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"falls  " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"falls " Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"Hello and welcome to balance and falls podcasts. And today were interviewing bryant harris the co founder and ceo of matt rhythms. He's also the co founder.