The Physiatry Podcast-Pelvic Pain Part #2

Dr. Ramchandani discusses the types of pelvic pain, and sources of pelvic pain.  Typical treatments and therapies.  Also good news of the week! Listen to the Physiatry Podcast Listen to Part One on Pelvic Pain with Dr Chudy. Read More

Dr. Carolyn Chudy and Pelvic Pain on the Physiatry Podcast

Dr. Ramchandani has a conversation with Dr. Chudy about Pelvic Pain.  She is a physiatrist located in New York and works with Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine. To make an appointment to speak with Dr. Chudy, go to www.pelvicrehablitation.com Listen to the Physiatry Podcast Read More

COVID-19 Vaccine Update with Dr. Santhosh Nadipuram!

Listen to Dr. Ramchandani and the Physiatry Podcast. In this episode, Dr. Nadipuram goes into the variety of vaccines and the current treatment regimens.  We also talk about the long term prognosis for the USA and the world with COVID-19 and the possible next pandemic! Listen to the Physiatry Podcast Read More

Low Back Pain part 3 – Radiculopathy, Stimulators, Pumps

Dr. Ramchandani speaks about low back pain, and radiculopathy, and pinched nerves.  This is the final part of the low back pain series.  Any questions, email at info@painlessnx.com.   And for a little good news and fun: Dr. Ramchandani discusses the good news of the week, attached here: https://youtu.be/n889_Hmnecg Listen to the Physiatry Podcast! Read More

If I get tested, will it keep my family safe at Thanksgiving?

Dr. Eric Grigsby, MD, MBA There are many questions about COVID testing, but the big one this week is on everyone’s mind. “If I get tested, will it keep my family safe at Thanksgiving?” The answer is a little complicated. The best way to have a safe Thanksgiving is to start preparing now — almost [...] Read More

Evacuations, fire, COVID, accidents… 2020 is a metaphor for chaos.

Listen to the Physiatry Podcast “All great change is preceded by chaos” – Deepak Chopra.  The story behind our evacuations in 2017 and 2020 and the fires on the hill.  Thank you to firefighters, and first responders. It sure seems that chaos is amongst us.  Hopefully, this will result in great change.  Remember, life is […]

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