[older messages]
1 May 17, 10:01 AM
Erson: Will, the MedBridge is a bit older and isn't as long, also does not have breathing info in it
1 May 17, 10:02 AM
Erson: the lecture is similar but there are more treatments and a focus on my clinical practice patterns
1 May 17, 10:02 AM
Erson: which I wasn't necessarily teaching when I did MedBridge
1 May 17, 10:12 AM
Erson: dk, I recommend this one http://amzn.to/2oY55tj
1 May 17, 04:00 PM
Sam: Hey Dr. E, What is the Co2 measurement machine called that you use with breathing?
5 May 17, 10:18 AM
Chris: Hey Dr. Looking for some advice on a grade 2 A.c. injury.
8 May 17, 10:32 AM
Erson: Sam, it's a called a capnotrainer
8 May 17, 10:32 AM
Erson: Chris, ok, as in you have one or a patient does?
8 May 17, 10:33 AM
Erson: need more than that, like full history etc
8 May 17, 10:33 AM
Erson: email me
10 May 17, 07:32 PM
Chris: Will do. Thanks Doc!
14 May 17, 02:07 PM
dk: Thanks for the table recommendation, Dr. E.
14 May 17, 02:08 PM
dk: 2 Questions: Any plans on coming to the Chicagoland area soon? Also, what percentage of your patients would you say respond to repeated motions? I know that ~80% of pts are rapid responders
14 May 17, 02:09 PM
dk: But that's percentage is not limited to repeated motions correct?
16 May 17, 08:49 AM
Erson: that percentage is patients who would respond to any type of treatment
16 May 17, 08:50 AM
Erson: in itself, systematic reviews seem to find that manual treatments and exercise choice don't seem to matter for most individuals
16 May 17, 08:50 AM
Erson: I just favor repeated loading because it empowers the patient
16 May 17, 08:50 AM
Erson: and is simple to do
22 May 17, 01:59 AM
dk: As always, thanks for the response!
23 May 17, 01:52 PM
Erson: Np