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The Optimize Your Capacity Podcast with Nick Hagen brings you interviews and insights from top physical therapy, performance training, personal training, and human wellness providers. There be no fluff but just actionable, helpful information you can use today. The podcast is designed to help trainers, coaches, and athletes themselves take their performance to the next level. We will dive into how to train and recover efficiently and help you or your athlete optimize their capacity to perfor ...
 
Powered by Sports Rehab PA Sponsored by BiOptimizers A podcast that was inspired by my curiosity in several areas, some include: Sports Performance | Post-PT Sports Rehab | Team Training | Leadership | Success Habits | Personal Development | Fitness Entrepreneurship | Recovery Nutrition Also, featuring our new 15 minute segment called "The 15 Minute Juice". It will be a continuation of the podcast just in shorter clips, answering questions on physical therapy, rehabilitation, Return 2 Play a ...
 
Each month Ron Tribendis DC delves deep into all things sports performance and recovery with some of the brightest and most forward thinking, fitness-minded, athletes, and businesses around. Intimate, deep and often intense, these are not interviews. They are conversations. A monthly aural dance designed to provoke, educate, inspire and empower you to discover and uncover your highest potential. Recover with Purpose is here to give you all the knowledge so that you too can unlock the best ve ...
 
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Dr. Mike and I wanted to start off the first Friday of the New Year with our mini-series of podcasts. Our next few episodes will be with some of our past athletes that Mike and I work with together. The athletes will get a chance to talk about their experiences working with both of us. Enjoy this first episode with Emma Joyce who is currently atten…
 
Episode #39 Dr. Mike and I speak with another one of our athletes ACL recovered Chelsea Meltzer. 0-15: Introduction of Chelsea Meltzer, discussing her mechanism of injury, her reaction and response to the injury and her perception of physical therapy and the rehab process. 15-25: Chelsea discusses her time commitment to physical therapy and sports …
 
We sit down with mindset coach Jen Davis today. We talk about how to handle recovery from the mental state. Movement, pain, strength, etc are important but what is your mindset during the process. If you can not reflect and learn from your experiences you have a limited outcome. Jen does a great job provide concrete examples on how to improve your …
 
My daughter is 3 months post-op ACL reconstruction (quad tendon) and small meniscus repair. She has been doing great and has full flexion/extension. Lately she notices that when she fully extends her leg, that she feels a shifting sensation in her knee when she bends it again. No pain, just a weird feeling. Anyone experience this?…
 
We sit down to talk with Andrew Millett, physical therapist and owner of Move Strong Physical Therapy in Massachusetts. Andrew runs a successful PT practice inside a premier sports performance facility. We review how to assess, treat, and educate the overhead athlete. We go over common problems with athletes as well as common oversights by provider…
 
🎧🎤 Episode # 37 of the Coach Hos Podcast, we discuss Nutrition for Injury Recovery with Dr. Anna Roby. 0-15: Introduction about the Ecourse “ Nutrition for Injury Recovery” The purpose of the course and what it covers. Why understanding nutrition is important from the appropriate resources. Debunking myths and stereotypes on nutrition, diet fads, w…
 
We sit down with orthopedic surgeon Dr Askew to review all things foot and ankle. We discuss patient education, anatomy and biomechanics, when surgery is appropriate for foot/ankle cases, and rehab goals. It is great to learn Dr Askew's insight into rehab expectations, surgical goals, and epidemiology of the foot/ankle. Enjoy!…
 
Episode # 36 of the Coach Hos Podcast, we bring back Coach Carmen, Sports Performance Specialist a.k.a @Nooch_13 on Instagram. Coach Carmen is our first guest to have on twice. He is a good friend and has done so much since our last conversation, we had to have him on again. Enjoy the Show!https://youtu.be/Mp6GnBu6PzM0-15: Introduction on Carmen De…
 
We are lucky to have chiropractor, manual therapist, and movement expert Perry Nickelston on the show. We review patient management principles, the vagus nerve, and briefly dive into the lymphatics. If your clients struggle with chronic pain or you seem stuck with care, this podcast is a must listen. Thanks Perry!…
 
0-15: Who DorsaVi is, how long they have been around and how Dr. Trent Nessler implemented research backed tests to be used with DorsaVi assessments. Joanna’s history and how she became involved with DorsaVI as well as her background as a physical therapist.15-30: Athletic Movement Index (AMI) Battery of tests takes 15-20 minutes. What patients are…
 
Episode # 34 of the Coach Hos Podcast, tonight we talk with Kevin Martin, CEO/Founder of Quick Board0-15: Background on Kevin Martin and the creation of Quick Board15-30: What the Quickboard is, how it works, types of tests and procedures that can be executed on the Quickboard and what outcome measures are analyzed30-45: ACL clinical studies involv…
 
🧃Check out our FIRST EPISODE “The 15 Minute Juice” w/ Dr.Mike St. George My son is almost 3 mos post surgery… he’s hoping to be released to run next week… what’s your experience with this time frame? He’s doing great…. Does get sore after PT sometimes, but he pushes himself. He’s a lacrosse player and will be playing in college… he’s going crazy no…
 
Episode # 33 of the Coach Hos Podcast, tonight we talked w/ Jordan Barron, Co-Founder of ExerFlyhttps://youtu.be/hRf1unZojqQ1-15 The background of Jordan Barron from his experience with athletics and the creation of Exerfly15-30: The multiple uses of Exerfly, types of Exerfly equipment and the high level teams that use it from the MLB, Rugby and tr…
 
Special Friday Episode #32 of the Coach Hos Podcast. https://youtu.be/6dL3e6bWYio Today we talked with Trent Nessler, Sports PT, Movement Specialist and President of Rebound Vitality. 0-15: Introduction and background on Trent Nessler from his start with working with ACL reconstruction patients and his venture towards creating a system used to help…
 
Tonight on the Coach Hos Podcast, Dr. Mike and I interview Dr. Sewards, from Temple Health Systems. 0-15min: Introduction and background on Dr. Sewards, his experience in the military, athletic background and progression into becoming an orthopedic surgeon for high level athletes 15-30 Implementation of Blood Flow Restriction for recovery and perfo…
 
We sit down with Cisco Reyes of Linfield College, Erik Jernstrom of E-Force Performance, and Michael Watts of UnderArmour. We answer questions from our Oregon NSCA members. We talk about when to allow movement errors, key pillars of speed work, tendon issues, and more. Great talk with a group of smart strength professionals. Enjoy!…
 
My 16 y.o. son is 4 months post Surgery from an ACL and meniscus repair. His PT said it was time to ask his ortho for a sports brace fitted for activity. He went to his ortho doc who said he didn’t need a brace. He said they don’t typically fit braces for ACL repairs but only do it if it makes the patient feel better. My son is a soccer goalie, so …
 
During this discussion based podcast we break down how to set goals for rehab and training. We talk through how to cater goals to tissue healing, pain, neurological, and strength deficits. We also provide some practical examples on how to handle goal setting. Give it a listen and hopefully it can help you improve your performance.…
 
Tonight’s guest on the podcast, Mike and I talk with Kate Decker. Kate is the Founder & Director of Institute of Athletic Movement Kate's passion is in helping others succeed in sports performance, protection and recovery from injury while keeping a positive focus through coaching, therapy, education and motivation. Listeners go to BiOptimizers and…
 
We sit down with orthopedic surgeon and pediatric specialist Dr Roth of The Center in Bend, Oregon. We review management of the adolescent athlete, ACL tears, scoliosis, hip impingement and more. We review when we feel like its appropriate to have surgery and best practices to manage pain in pediatric patients. Enjoy!…
 
Today we sit down with strength coach Tony Gracia out of Industrial Strength in Portland, OR. He is a top level coach and an expert in regards to kettlebell training. It was fun to learn from him and talk through the why behind kettlebells. We discuss types of kettlebells, how to program kettlebell training to build strength, and coaching cues for …
 
Today we talk with sports medicine doc Mark Goodman on regenerative medicine. We review what interventions are currently available and which demographic benefits from each intervention. We review the current status of stem cells in the US and the future of regenerative medicine in healthcare. We also review wellness principles and what we see has p…
 
Tonight Dr.Mike and I bring on Mike Katz, owner of MadFit in Bucks County PA. Mike is a strength coach specializing in rehabilitation of rotary athletes, active adults and geriatrics. We discuss the the importance of a training program following rehabilitation stages, barriers to compliance with programming and the importance of health and fitness …
 
Episode #27 of the Coach Hos Podcast. Tonight Dr. Mike and I had Dr.Pat Pierra @soccerdoc_ on the show to discuss how he got into physical therapy. We also get into topics on ACL, when is the appropriate time to start sprinting, valgus during concentric and eccentric part of the jump, and when do they think the right time to “Return to Games”.…
 
Dr. Mike and I discuss Sever’s Disease and some of past clients/patients we worked with that worked through this injury. The “COACH HOS PODCAST” can be found on @anchor.fm, @spotify @itunes @youtubeLeave a comment and tell me what you thought of the episode and then go listen to the other great guest we have had on!!! Thank you in advance…
 
Today we sit down and talk with Nick Tores. He is a physical therapist out of the greater New York City area. He has a background heavy in manual therapy and breathing. We talk about how to asses breathing, go to breathing drills, and break down common cases we see in the clinic (shoulder impingement, etc). Nick is a smart guy and follow him on soc…
 
On today's discussion based podcast we discuss ways to improve hip mobility. We discuss the difference between mechanical motion and neuromuscular control or strength. We review ways to cause both immediate change and long term change through stability based mobility drills. You will learn three strategies to improve hip range and why they work. We…
 
We sit down with physio and strength coach Pete Rumford to discuss CoreFirst Strategies. We have reviewed this on prior podcasts, but we go into more detail on how to assess and train movement promoting proximal stability. You will leave with an understanding of the principle and how to apply it to any form of training. Enjoy the content and reach …
 
We sit down with the barbell physio Zach Long talking all things barbell training. Zach is a PT out of North Carolina who teaches through ICE courses on barbell training for medical professionals. He also runs a very successful online platform called the barbell physio (www.barbellphysio.com). Check out his website for the references we refer in th…
 
Today we sit down with Dr Meyrowitz. He is a pediatrician at COPA clinic in central Oregon. We discuss COVID and its influence on youth. We review recent evidence, vaccines, and the youth mindset during the pandemic. Later in the talk we review common presentations of youth related movement and what he sees as drivers of poor movement. Give it a li…
 
On this discussion based podcast I review the role of assessments. It is easy to fall into a trap of over assessing or assessing without purpose. During the discussion I review 5 assessments that can be done that would check for movement efficiency in the entire body. You can pick up an amazing understanding of movement quality with only 5 assessme…
 
Had an awesome sit down with PT, strength coach, ATC Charlie Weingroff. If you don't know Charlie, you should. He has been a leader in both PT and performance for years. He is smart, practical, and has tons of high level experience. We talk everything ACLs as he has a new ACL educational product called The ACL in Action. He review mechanisms of inj…
 
Scott Moody @athletefitcoach is the founder and CEO of AthleteFIT, an athletic performance and research center in Overland Park, Kansas. Moody has used his FIT (Functionally Integrated Training) method to bridge the gap between the athletic, physical skills and technical, tactical application of those skills in unique and innovative ways.We also di…
 
Tonight Dr. Mike and I interview one of Dr. Mike's friend from his early years in physical therapy practice Mike Quintans, partner and clinical director for The Physical Therapy and Wellness Institute.We discuss his journey into the field and his passion for running his own clinic and how he approaches his physical therapy model. Mike "Q" talks abo…
 
On todays podcast I review the pathophysiology of hip impingement. We then use a case of a runner with hip impingement to review management principles of hip flexion related pain. Tons of great nuggets. Our goal with these podcasts are to teach principles not techniques. If you can learn the over arching principles you then can provide these tools …
 
On tonight‘s episode Dr. Mike and I interview Carmen DelMastro, Sports Performance Specialist out in Chicago, formally from Philly. He found his way into the fitness industry after dealing with never being healthy during his baseball career at Temple University. Tonight we discuss his background, his philosophies on training, where his creativity c…
 
Today I sit down with motivational speaker Jake Thompson from Compete Everyday. I wanted to take the time to hear his advice on how to navigate the tough parts of life. Life is never easy or simple. Those who make the best of it look at negatives as challenges and are proactive on being successful. This principle and more are discussed in our podca…
 
Dr. Mike and I interview Coach Kaehler, a three-time U.S. Olympian, four-time World Champion rower. Raised in Huntington, New York, Kaehler began rowing at the age of sixteen at the Sagamore Rowing Club, NY, and continued through his undergraduate college years at Rutgers University, and as a graduate at Columbia University where he earned his Mast…
 
Today we talk shoulders. The shoulder, like the knee, is stuck in a difficult situation. There are many structures which influence shoulder function. If any of these structures become dysfunction, shoulder pain will likely ensue. On this podcast we review structures which influence should pain. You will leave with a better understanding of anatomy …
 
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