Ep 72: The UK's First Womb Transplant
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by The Tales of Osteopathy Students
6M ago
This week we are back with a MEDICAL STORY TIME! Recently in the news you may have seen that the first womb transplant took place in the UK in February this year and of course we could not resist taking a deep dive into it. We talk a bit about the first transplant in the UK, along with some of the risks and complications and the first baby born from a womb transplant which took place in Sweden in 2014 ..read more
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Ep 71: Year 4 Round Up
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by The Tales of Osteopathy Students
6M ago
This week we talk through a summary of all of the different subjects we covered over our 4th year along with a bit about assessments. Discussion pathology, NMS (neuromuscular system), neurology, pain science, research and enquiry, technique, rehab and professionalism. It's been a busy year! We finish off the episode with a few of our absolute fave food and drink spots near uni. Because we all secretly know that this is a food podcast ..read more
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EP 70: All Things Clinic
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by The Tales of Osteopathy Students
7M ago
We are back and talking about all things clinic. We discuss our experience of assessments throughout the academic year, Chelsea's experience of working in some of the specialists clinics and our top tips for anyone going into clinic, whether you are observing  or starting to take the lead ..read more
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EP 69: Water Gun of Happiness (End of Term 1 Round Up)
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1y ago
HAPPY NEW YEAR! We hope you've had a wonderful Christmas break. This week we start of with a round up of term 1 of year and end up deep in discussion around the moral complexities of being a practionner. Chelsea and V chat about Chelsea's Christmas clinic block and their ideas for their future clinic design. Along with having an interesting discussion around patient boundaries, gift giving and thoughts around working on your own compared to working with a team of osteopaths ..read more
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Ep 68: Spondy ... what?
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by The Tales of Osteopathy Students
1y ago
This week we are attempting to uncomplicate all of the spondylollylolilololsis. We touch on spondylosis, spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis. Discussing prevalence, grades and management plans. We also talk about Chelsea's experience at the UCO graduation ceremony ..read more
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Ep 67: Dr Oliver Thomson
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by The Tales of Osteopathy Students
1y ago
This week Chelsea and V talk to Dr Oliver Thomson PhD. Prior to his studies as an Osteopath, Oliver also has a Master' degree in Sports and Exercise Rehabilitation from St Mary’s University, and then gained his PhD in osteopathy in 2013 from the Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions at the University of Brighton. He also works as an Associate Professor at the University College of Osteopathy, where he leads the PhD course . He is one of a very small number of osteopaths awarded a Professorship title in the UK and worldwide, and Dr Thomson is considered one of the leading authorities ..read more
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Ep 66: Mummy Medicine
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by The Tales of Osteopathy Students
1y ago
This week we have another... MEDICAL STORY TIIIIME! This week it's V's turn and as you can imagine, Chelsea is horrified. V tell's us all about the ancient Egyptian mummification process and corpse medicine. It is as horrible as it sounds.  ..read more
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Ep 65: Lisa Megginson and Mesh Implants
The Tales of Osteopathy Students
by The Tales of Osteopathy Students
1y ago
It's MEDICAL STORY TIIIIIIME! After a big hiatus, medical story time is BACK and with a bang. This week we are talking about mesh implants also known as transvaginal tape. We also talk about Lisa Megginson who has donated her mesh implant to the surgeon's hall museum in Edinburgh to help raise awareness of the side effects that some women have suffered from having these implants ..read more
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Ep 64: Danny Miller
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1y ago
This week Chelsea and V have another guest, Danny Miller. Danny is a practice educator at the UCO clinic, a practicing Osteopath in Wandsworth and is currently completing a PhD in Health psychology. We talk about Danny's background in the finance world and what led him to osteopathy along with some classic Danny wisdom and his top clinic tips ..read more
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Ep 63: Temporal Arteritis
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1y ago
It's another speedy speed pathology episode, this week Chelsea talks about Temporal arteritis, also known as giant cell arteritis. It's a medical emergency so if you think your patient may have this then you need to refer them to A&E quickly. We discuss clinical signs and symptoms, along with risk factors and treatment ..read more
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