Josh is the chapter coordinator for the Southeast chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers. Professionally, Josh has a strong background as an entrepreneur focusing extensively in providing healthcare technology solutions to increase consumer access to the continuum of care. In 2017 Josh shifted his focus towards his passion in preserving and increasing access to the bounty of public lands and waters in the Southeast and North Carolina. Josh is a passionate waterfowl hunter, and spends the rest of the year recreating in the great outdoors.
Erin McGuire PT, OCS has been a physical therapist for 22 years. She currently practices at her clinic, Back in Balance Physical Therapy, in Los Angeles, CA. Erin is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and a Prague School of Rehabilitation DNS instructor/practitioner.
In 2014, she created the core360 belt, a tool to facilitate proper utilization of the diaphragm and to increase awareness of how important the diaphragm muscle is in movement and overall well-being. Through teaching and the core360 belt, she hopes to assist other practitioners in understanding the principles of DNS and how to better utilize the approach.
Topics discussed: breathing, Clare Frank, sagittal stabilization, Brett Winchester, incontinence, why dysfunction occurs, levitation dilemma, proper stabilization, cognitive and movement development, new rehab paradigm, and much more.
Topics discussed; misophonia; straight necks; google diagnosis; Biology of Belief; epigenetics; functional health consultant; my white blood cell crash; ditching caffeine; Foundation training; genetic testing; Fair Chase; Hope, Human and Wild; my TEDx talk; creative outlets; how to get an athlete to put the breaks on; and more.
Join me for a review of a some of my favorite books of 2018!
The Naturalist - Andrew Mayne
Biology of Belief - Bruce Lipton, MD
Deep - James Nestor
The Way of the Iceman - Wim Hof
Dying To Be Me - Anita Moorjani
Upgrade Your Breath - Logan Christopher
Recognizing and Treating Breathing Disorders - Leon Chaitow
Kundalini Rising - Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa and Dorothy Walters
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari - Robin Sharma
Smart Cuts - Shane Snow
Let My People Go Surfing - Yvon Chouinard
American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon - Steven Rinella
Meat Eater: Adventures from the Life of an American Hunter - Steven Rinella
Empire of the Summer Moon - S.C. Gwynne
The Scavenger’s Guide to Haute Cuisine - Steven Rinella
Dr. Perry sits down with me to pow wow about all sorts of good stuff, the sliding scale of misery, why some people don't want to get better, why he wanted to quit chiropractic only 2 years into his career, how he got started down the 'crazy-shit path', why the most adaptable organisms beat the most efficient, why creativity is the key to success.
Here’s another interview with Dr. Perry - https://www.p2sportscare.com/stop-chasing-pain-perry/
Shawn Galin acquired his PhD in physiology and biophysics, he is an associate professor of medicine at UAB as well as the course director of the endocrine systems course for 2nd year med students at UAB. Shawn is also a certified yoga teacher, and his blend of conventional, evidence-based academia paired with yoga instructing gives Shawn a truly unique perspective on human health.
- A review of 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari' by Robin Sharma
- Research on how to address low back pain and how breathing can affect bipolar disorder and overall state
- Case study: Utilizing DNS Principles with 12 YOA female athlete with B/L knee pain
- My advice on how to 'dull your blade in action, in order to create a need to sharpen it'
Dr. Capobianco is a practicing sports chiropractor, treating a myriad of musculoskeletal injuries using a combination of hand and tool release therapy. Steve is the Medical Director for Rocktape, pioneering evidence-informed education development that challenges the status quo in movement learning. He authored the Fascial Movement Taping manual and lectures world wide on the movement based taping technique.
In this episode we discuss a menagerie of topics from fascia research, how to best keep yourself moving forward with the profession, different ideas on how environment at large may driving many of our health maladies and chronic pain, and oh so much more!