A podcast discussing all of the versatile applications of the Kinetisense platform
In this episode, we are joined by midwife Margie Wallis from Frisco Birth Centre. Margie focuses on pairing with multiple practitioners during the process of pregnancy.
Margie and I have worked together on improving the movement patterns of pregnant women and utilizing Kinetisense to track the change.
We talk about some of the movements that become reduced and the changes in data.
Dr. Joe joins us to talk about how he uses the system with everyday patient care. He focuses on making overall and lasting changes by correcting neurological patterns that are reducing the ability of an individual to function normally.
In this episode, Dr. Brennan Riche joins us to talk about how the new Single Leg Hop can be used clinically for different athletes and individuals.
Dr. Brennan also talks about his Highland Games athlete and how the system correlated data for his powerlifters.
I talk about a couple of different athletes that I treat, as well as your everyday person.
In this episode, CEO and co-founder of Kinetisense, Dr. Ryan Comeau, joins us to talk about the advancements that have been made to Kinetisense.
With the addition of new modules, AI, and new cameras, Kinetisense is listening and wants to continue to improve the areas that affect our users the most.
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Most people do not know all of the advancements that Kinetisense has already made, this just brings the technology to a whole new level.
CEO and Founder of EliteX 360, Shane Scott, joins us to talk about how they utilize objective, 3D technology to provide mass screenings to athletes.
EliteX 360 has partnered with Kinetisense to bring objective functional movement information to teams of all sizes and at all levels. With functional scoring and baselining, you can see which athletes are most at risk and where individuals need to work.
Shane also announces the new Single Leg Hop feature where they can score individuals on risk of ACL injury on each knee!
In this episode, we have PT for the Dallas Stars, Dr. Nick Andreas, join us to talk about his job with the Stars, common healthcare practices, and their screening process and the advancements they are looking to make.
This allows us to see what healthcare is like for a professional team and the level of data that is collected.
This is the second part of a two-part ecosystem series.
Colin Rison, manager of the Body District, breaks down the differences in being able to utilize data from the technology to work with his clients. All of this data he is utilizing comes from me when working with clients he sends into my clinic.
We talk about the advantage of the data, how Colin and I now speak the same language through movement, and what opportunities and created by us coming together around Kinetisense.
In this episode, Colin Rison, manager of Body District Dallas, joins us to talk about his view on the advantage of a gym or trainer joining a practitioner to create the Kinetisense Ecosystem in their area.
In Part 1, Colin and I talk about or experience getting to know each other and the beginning of our ecosystems. Colin is a former college football player and current manager of Body District. This episode shows the beginning of our relationship and how things began to blossom. Listeners get to hear both thought processes coming into the relationship, which gives a good example for practitioners or managers looking to make connections with Kinetisense.
Part 2 contains the type of patients/ clients Colin and I work with, the adaptation of programming due to new information provided by Kinetisense, and we talk about some of the major relationship questions that can pop up along the way.
In this episode, Charles Okpolo and Allegra Hudson join us to share their experience as patients, using Kinetisense. Both are World and National Champion Powerlifters and they explain how Kinetisense changed their healthcare experiences.
Charles is also a PT student, so objectivity and 3D movement analysis to baseline biomechanics were very intriguing to him. Allegra is not training and working at home from a computer, so her lifestyle has completely changed. She talks about how Kinetisense was able to spot the different compensation patterns she had created with her new line of work. This can greatly impact training and overall health.
Dr. Aaron, author of The Squat Bible, and I break down the main areas being scored and tracked on Kinetisense’s overhead squat module. Dr. Aaron is a PT that started Squat University, which is basically a free database he has provided covering most movement and functional movement patterns. Dr. Aaron is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, strength and conditioning coach, and former/ current oly-lifter.
We talk about the ankles, knees, hips, core, thoracic spine, shoulders, and different compensatory patterns associated with irregular overhead squat patterns. Utilizing Kinetisense, you are able to baseline the patient/ client’s movement in 3D and measure their changes over time. This is displayed graphically. you can also go back and watch the video of each movement months later to compare and visualize.
Dr. Brennan Riche, former Division 1 Powerlifter and still current record holder, joins us to talk about utilizing Kinetisense with all levels of Powerlifter. This includes Bonica Brown, current holder of 7 World Records.
Kinetisense is beneficial for gyms and clinics alike!
Dr. Ryan Comeau, CEO, and Co-Founder of Kinetisense finishes the Kinetisense Advantage Trilogy with some strong statements on new patient generation. KAMS and the advantage of an objective functional movement screen that can be done in 3 minutes!
Attracting new patients with KAMS and FPM (the top 6 movement dysfunctions, in which plane of motion, identifying in each is stability or mobility). Generating referrals from orthopedic surgeons and practitioners in your area.
In this episode, Dr. Ryan and Dr. Beau talk about how the system can connect you to the community.
Dr. Comeau and Dr. Sauls also share stories of how they have shown the difference they make in patients’ lives using Kinetisense.
This trilogy really focuses on the application of the system. There are many ideas throughout each episode that can benefit all users of Kinetisense, and all people looking to improve their overall functionality.
This is a great episode for users who are looking for a better understanding of how to implement the system into their facility.
If you are new to Kinetisense and thinking about getting one for your business, listen to how the application of objective 3D data can change your patient outcomes.
In this episode, we have Dr. Zachary Weaks joining us to talk functional movement and stem cell therapy.
We are very excited to have Dr. Weaks working on regenerating tissue and increasing function. KAMS gives his clinic a measuring system to track functional change over time and differentiate what is benefiting his patients the most.
We will have to keep up with Dr. Weaks for the next couple of months and get him back on to tell us more about the results he is seeing and the biggest changes in his patients’ lives.
We are joined by Dr. Ed Le Cara to talk about Blood Flow Restriction training! This is a training/rehab technique that allows the trainer or practitioner to increase strength, performance, and function at a more rapid pace. BFR also allows you to recreate heavy load just using light bands.
We will begin using Kinetisense to measure the overall functional changes that BFR has on the body. Dr. Ed explains that just because one extremity is occluded, it does not mean that extremity is the only thing benefiting from BFR training. Now, we can use Kinetisense to measure what specifically is benefiting the patient the most and what we need to recreate for each individual.
Dr. Davis McAlister is back and this time he is talking about his time spent with the Dallas Wings of the WNBA.
We talk about the utilization of Kinetisense technology, assessing specific movements that different players must perform, teachable moments, and how Kinetisense can be used for educational purposes.
Assessing explosive, sport-specific movements in all three planes of motion allows the practitioner to become a movement scientist and break down the biomechanical needs of specific athletes and people. We don’t all function the same, but we should function the best we can.
Dr. Jay Greenstein, CEO of KaizoHealth, talks about implementing different technologies to help expand the walls of your business. We talk about how Dr. Jay is implementing 5 Kinetisense units into his clinic.
These technologies are not meant to take the place of the practitioner, but to make the practitioners’ exam and information gathered more accurate and objective. Most people visually assess movement, but we know this can be biased.
We also talk about the chiropractic mission and give an example of taking Kinetisense out into the community. Our goal as practitioners is to help people get better and improve their lives. If we continue to invest in our education and data collection processes, we will be able to continue to advance as a profession.
In this episode, Dr. K, the creator of IntelliRoll, joins us to talk about spinal health, rolling and the science behind it, and why the intricate shape of the IntelliRoll can help reach different areas for mobilization.
Pairing IntelliRoll with Kinetisense allows clients and patients to see the change the roller is making in their bodies. That could be a functional change that is noted during movement or postural change that shows immediate effects of rolling.
KAMSX Athlete and 2nd place finisher of the 2019 CrossFit Games, Dr. Patrick Vellner, joins us to talk about assessment of movement from his unique perspective as a top 2 finisher, and soon to be Doctor of Chiropractic.
Pat talks about the necessity of strong compensatory patterns for pro-CrossFitters, his past, and he makes things a little more interesting with Alex’s KAMSX challenge by adding a WOD. We also talk about the importance of movement assessment of different levels of athletes.
KinetiKoach Alex Graham, CES, joins us to explain what functional fatigue is, how we can measure it, and how we can apply it to ourselves and athletes.
Functional fatigue is not a theory that is specific to athletes. This is something that should be tracked in everyone. If you get to a certain point where you can’t do basic functional movements well (but you normally can) you may be experiencing functional fatigue. Alex breaks this down for us and helps us to understand the theory a little better.
In this episode, author Patrick McKeown joins us and talks about how breathing affects tissue health, athletic performance, asthma, and overall health.
Patrick is the author of Oxygen Advantage and speaks all over the world about changing our breathing habits to improve our health.
He calls in from Ireland in this episode, so please understand the audio quality will change with remote kasts. Additional articles are available upon request.
The Broken to Unbroken podcast host, Dr. Nick Askey, is joining us for our first collaboration piece.
Dr. Askey talks about great toe extension and how it can affect your functional movement patterns up the kinetic chain.
Dr. Heather Linden, the UFC Director of Physical Therapy, and Boddy Gaisford, the Physical Therapy Clinic Manager, share their knowledge about assessment, treatments, and common injuries in UFC athletes.
You can’t teach the experience these two have, but they try and share what they believe to be the best methods when working with some of the best athletes in the world.
Many of the concepts that we discuss in the episode can be measured and tracked by Kinetisense, the 3D functional movement screening technology.
This episode brings back CEO and co-founder of Kinetisense, Dr. Ryan Comeau.
Previously, Dr. Comeau spoke about his experience with concussions in his past. On this episode, he talks about assessment, treatment and management of concussion. Ryan also talks about why it is important to gather objective balance data for PI cases, insurance reimbursement, management of an athlete, and even whiplash cases.
In this episode, Dr. Davis McAlister talks about the importance of moving functionally in sports at all levels.
He also talks about the importance of assessing different positions in sports and unique body types to help the athletes perform at an advanced level.
In this episode, Rich Froning talks about his drive and how he was able to reach the championship level. He also talks about his past injuries and treatments. This includes knee injections, surgeries, and treatments from DC’s, PT’s and DO’s. Movement analysis is something that is important to CrossFit boxes to baseline function and identify the top dysfunctions in movement.
Rich offers some advice to practitioners looking to work with high-level athletes, people looking to move forward in their life of function using CrossFit, and to anyone who may be thinking about going to a healthcare provider to receive treatment.
Michael Mills, a paraplegic CrossFitter who owns a world record, joins us to share some information with anyone who works with the human body.
Mike talks about his world record, how he was paralyzed, how CrossFit has helped him and the best ways to help a person with a permanent biomechanical change.
In this episode, former Chiropractor of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and current president of Parker University, Dr. Bill Morgan gives his take on why knowledge of biomechanics and motion capture are a necessity in healthcare.
Dr. Morgan also shares some of his experiences in the clinic which include preventing amputations with Chiropractic work.
In this episode, CEO and Co-Founder of Kinetisense, Dr. Ryan Comeau, speaks about how and why Kinetisense was created, how the movement has become an ecosystem between practitioners and trainers, and implementation strategies for Chiro’s, PT’s, AT’s and Trainers.