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1. Shredgang Mone × Rider

  • Published: 2016-06-12T10:48:06Z
  • By Chad Cook
Shredgang Mone × Rider

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2. Kyle Sandy's interview With Chad Cook

  • Published: 2016-08-23T13:15:58Z
  • By Chad Cook
Kyle Sandy's interview With Chad Cook

Kyle Sandy's interview with Chad Cook August 22, 2016 2016-17 High School Hoops Preview For Kyle: Sandysspiel.com; @KyleSandy355 on Twitter; @sandysspiel on Facebook For Chad: AugBball.com; @AugBball on Twitter; @augbball on Facebook; @augbball on IG

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4. Josh Toran III Interview

  • Published: 2016-06-17T23:25:57Z
  • By Chad Cook
Josh Toran III Interview

The podcast version of the video from this blog post at AugBball.com - http://www.augbball.com/2016/05/joshua-toran-iii-special-interview-with.html

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5. Respect the Funk!

  • Published: 2012-02-12T01:47:34Z
  • By Chad Cook
Respect the Funk!

Track list up soon!

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6. Chad Cook - Let's Work!

  • Published: 2011-07-30T19:37:38Z
  • By Chad Cook
Chad Cook - Let's Work!

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7. Buck Harris And Will Avery join me for an AugBball holiday preview

  • Published: 2015-12-20T23:52:37Z
  • By Chad Cook
Buck Harris And Will Avery join me for an AugBball holiday preview

Here is the link to my AugBball Holiday Preview, which includes a conversation with Baldwin High coach Buck Harris (former Laney head coach) and Will Avery, the former NBA and Duke standout, and Westside state champ - http://www.augbball.com/2015/12/buck-harris-and-will-avery-join-me-for.html The three of us talk about the area's five undefeated teams (Laney, Thomson, Lincoln County, Grovetown's Lady Warriors, and Westminster). We discuss the path each team will need to navigate to finish 2015 without a blemish on their records. We also talk about Greenbrier's recent win over Josey (for the second time this season), the improvement of the region 5A field, Augusta University's young but scrappy group, and even Will's thoughts from his time at Duke's game last week against Georgia Southern.

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9. Interview with Kyle Sandy about TJ Massenburg

  • Published: 2016-09-13T19:53:11Z
  • By Chad Cook
Interview with Kyle Sandy about TJ Massenburg

AugBball on the Recruiting Trail TJ Massenburg: 6'9" C - Shiloh HS Interview with GHSA expert Kyle Sandy sandysspiel.com @KyleSandy355 - Twitter @sandysspiel - Facebook AugBball.com @AugBball on FB, Twitter, and IG

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10. Mike Gurley Interview

  • Published: 2016-11-11T02:30:58Z
  • By Chad Cook
Mike Gurley Interview

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12. Chad Cook: Lumbar Examinations for Low Back Pain

Chad Cook: Lumbar Examinations for Low Back Pain

As part of the Physiopedia Plus low back pain course, we interviewed Chad Cook. Chad is a professor at Duke University. He is well published in the text and journals regarding lumbar pain. Chad Cook recommends getting a thorough history, detailed movement examination, special tests to rule in or out a condition, and taking into considerations which affect prognosis. Chad then utilizes the classification of low back pain based on these findings. For demographic findings, Chad states chronicity, female gender, advanced age, occupation, social situation, presence of wide spread pain or neurogenic pain, emotion and ability to cope with their problem, pain behaviors affect outcomes. This information is primarily found during the subjective examination or by using a thorough new patient form. Chad also discussed the impact of insurance. Chad states those patients on work comp, third party, who have pending litigation tend to have confounding factors to their prognosis and outcomes. For intake forms, Chad recommends the form captures medications, medical history, employment. His text book “100 Orthopedic Patient Cases” has a history form which was built by looking at those of multiple clinics. Chad feels that case based learning is one of the best ways to learn which is what inspired him to publish this text. During the objective examination, Chad focuses on movement based examination. He talks about “comparable sign” based on Maitland theory. This is the movement which reproduces symptoms. Patients who are able to reproduce their comparable sign have better outcomes. A within and between session change of the condition that worsens or improves symptoms impacts outcomes. Within session changes lead to improved outcomes. If there is a between session positive change, this has an even stronger positive predictor of outcomes. Triage special tests rule out hip issues (hip scour), neurological (straight leg raise) can rule out stenosis or lumbar radiculopathy, bike or treadmill test can point to vascular component. Tests to rule out the SI joint are lacking, Laslett’s cluster is utilized more as a confirmatory bundle. Reflex, manual muscle testing, sensory testing are used more towards the end of the examination to confirm neurological involvement. Chad feels imaging is over used and too early. Chad uses referral to imaging more for cases that he feels are outside the scope of physiotherapy. These would be candidates for injection, surgery, or have a fracture. Unusual pain behaviors may occur with cancer and would not have a mechanical presentation. When considering prognosis, readiness to participate in physiotherapy, mechanical behaviors are key. Assessing barriers is also key. Central or wide spread pain is likely to lend to delayed recovery and alter how the physiotherapist proceeds with the patient. Depression, anxiety, coping, self efficacy play a larger role in prognosis then the physical examination. Pearls of wisdom guided towards newer physiotherapists were targeted at two main goals. Chad notes a good based McKenzie based examination will lend to a thorough examination. A good passive physiological and passive accessory examination also is key and engages the patient.

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13. NBA Finals Edition Special Interview With Will Avery

  • Published: 2016-06-18T23:11:12Z
  • By Chad Cook
NBA Finals Edition Special Interview With Will Avery

My special guest Will Avery was drafted in the 1999 NBA lottery by the Minnesota Timberwolves, where he played three seasons of a more than decade long professional playing career. Before that he played two seasons at Duke after attending Oak Hill and Westside High, where he was a part of a state championship team in 1995, here in Augusta. Will is currently heavily involved in coaching, training, teaching, and mentoring the young and aspiring basketball players in our community. He is my go-to guy for all things basketball. Learn more about his activities at http://www.willaverybasketballcamps.com/. I think Will and I say in the interview that this NBA season is the best we've ever seen. I've been blogging (at AugBball.com) and tweeting (@AugBball) about the playoffs as much as possible. First the Thunder-Spurs series. Then the Warriors comeback against the Thunder. And now right after Lebron James's historic two game stretch and as we are looking forward to game 7 in Golden State, I asked Will to let me record our conversation about this great NBA run and the final game of the season Sunday. Bonus: During the last few minutes of the interview, Will updates us about a few notable local girls basketball players, which is timely with the high schools in the middle of their summer league schedule and the AAU evaluation period coming.

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14. "Warriors hyperbole" from Jalen And Jacoby

  • Published: 2016-10-06T20:54:31Z
  • By Chad Cook

I am a huge fan of Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, and Klay Thompson. But the way the people in the NBA media talk about the Warriors make me cheer for their opponents. Here Jalen Rose and David Jacoby open their show on ESPN with a glowing review of Golden State’s play in its second exhibition game. And Jalen and Jacoby is the one NBA show I usually like listening to! The rest are simply odes to Steve Kerr, Draymond Green, and (deservedly so) the Splash Brothers.

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16. Chad Cook: Writing for Publication

Chad Cook: Writing for Publication

If you are interested in getting your work published in the physiotherapy and physical therapy literature our new series on writing for publication is for you! In combination with our new page in Physiopedia – Writing for Publication – we will be collaborating with Professor Chad Cook, Associate Editor of Manual Therapy Journal, to bring you a series of interviews with current authors of published research as well as ongoing tips to write for publication. To get this series started we interviewed Chad in relation to his role as Associate Editor of Manual Therapy Journal. Chad is Professor with the Division of Physical Therapy at Duke University. His evidence-based writing includes two books, over 165 peer-reviewed publications and he has received multiple awards in teaching and writing. In the interview Chad tells us about his own research that he does into manual therapy and predictive validity studies for surgery. With respect to his experience as Editor of a number of journals, such as JMMT and Physical Therapy, he discusses the editorial process and how individuals can get involved in publishing their research. He has some great advice for new authors including how to tailor your papers for particular journals and where you can find the information to help you do this. Following the audio interview Chad will be interviewing some of the authors from Manual Therapy about their research and advice to new authors about the publication process. We are looking forward to publishing those here on Physiospot and hope that they will encourage a new era of researchers and published authors. Now, enjoy the interview with Chad….

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17. Chad Cook I Go Bound

Chad Cook I Go Bound

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19. To Where We'll Go, Nobody Knows with Chad Cook

  • Published: 2012-03-14T06:23:28Z
  • By J^E
To Where We'll Go, Nobody Knows with Chad Cook

produced by Chad Cook from Spotlight

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