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In a recent podcast hosted by Shireesh Bhalerao of Tulip Seminars, Jerome Fryer reveals the backstory behind the origins of Dynamic Disc Designs among many other topics.

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Topics include:

  1. Practice (down time between patient visits)
  2. Pain is dynamic should be modeled for patient education
  3. Connecting patients and their anatomy with self awareness
  4. The connection between Dynamic Disc Designs and Degenerative Disc Disease
  5. Explaining and revealing the progressive changes of the disc
  6. The patient encounter and optimizing outcomes
  7. Jerome’s research in joint cavitation
  8. Jerome’s inspiring background
  9. How do you find a receptive audience to partner with?
  10. Cavitation research from the observations of research and development of a Dynamic Disc Model
  11. Collapsing Bubble vs. Bubble Formation does that make any sense?
  12. Early discoveries of sound origin of joint cracking, it may not be either — formation nor collapse
  13. Vacuum phenomenon – vacuum sign. (unpacking of joint cracking research)
  14. Tulip seminars and teaching moments from dynamic disc models. Students are blown away.
  15. How one should connect with patients.
  16. Pathoanatomic diagnosis vs. movement based diagnosis – Jerome does not think they should be separated.
  17. Empowering patients with their understanding
  18. Chiropractic and Physiotherapists tension – why? There is no need.
  19. Surgical world – NASS meetings
  20. Making Jerome work with advancing modeling of different pathoanatomical models
  21. Bridging medical and chiropractic
  22. Optimize patients with Dynamic Disc Designs
  23. The Pain Meter – new venture.
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  1. […] Podcast with Jerome Fryer, founder of Dynamic Disc Designs. In a recent podcast hosted by Shireesh Bhalerao of Tulip Seminars, Jerome Fryer reveals the backstory behind the origins of Dynamic Disc Designs among many other topics. Spotify click here to listen Apple click here to listen Topics include: Practice (down time between patient visits)Pain is dynamic should be modeled for patient educationConnecting patients and their anatomy with self awarenessThe connection between Dynamic Disc Designs and Degenerative Disc DiseaseExplaining and revealing the progressive changes of the discThe patient encounter and optimizing outcomesJerome’s research in joint cavitationJerome’s inspiring backgroundHow do you find a receptive audience to partner with? […]

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