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The Prosthetic Paradigm

About the Prosthetic Paradigm:

Prosthetic care is a ever changing field with learning at the center. The prosthetic paradigm podcast endeavors to further learning in the field of prosthetics, adaptive athletics, orthotics, limb loss, and more. Interviews with people who are pioneering techniques, technology, or training highlight and contribute the knowledge to further and facilitate knowledge in the field.

Why do the podcast? 

In my search to learn more about what I do and hone my craft it became apparent that information regarding prosthetics is either incomplete or difficult to find. 

 

Who should listen to the podcast? 

Prosthetists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Orthotists, Physicians, Amputees, Family members, Coaches, anyone who may be intrigued, effected, or otherwise interested in prosthetics.

About the host:

Drew Nutter is a Certified and Licensed Prosthetist and Orthotist through the American Board for Certification. He holds multiple degrees which have contributed to his knowledge base including a B.S. in Exercise Physiology, MS in Exercise Science, MBA, and Master of Prosthetics and Orthotics

He also holds certifications as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is a certified USA Weightlifting Level 1 Coach. 

As a prosthetist I enjoy my part in the rehabilitation process, serving those with limb loss or those who have orthotic needs. There are few greater ways to serve others than by providing a practical means to restore independence to one's life. 

Disclaimer:

This podcast is only to expose ideas, shed light on the stories, struggles, and celebrate successes of those who live with limb loss, and otherwise discuss the field of prosthetics. Not to ever provide advice on care in any aspect. 

Feb 18, 2019

Dr. Gerasimos Bastas, currently head of the Limb Loss Care Clinic at Vanderbilt University gives the history and background of the physical medicine and rehabilitation specialty and what their specialty brings to the medical profession. 


Jan 7, 2019

Adaptive Training Foundation is an innovative non-profit gym that provides 100% cost free services to traumatically wounded, ill, and injured individuals through a nine week training program to redefine their lives through exercise and community. 

In January 2014, David Vobora, a 5-year veteran of the NFL, met...


Dec 10, 2018

Johnny Owens, MPT, of Owens Recovery Science talks about how blood flow restriction training can be utilized in rehab and focuses in on amputee care. He dives into the science and also the practicality of BFR. Listen to the end to hear him talk about another of his endeavors, the IDEO. 

 

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Nov 5, 2018

The Amputee Blade Runners are a non-profit organization that provides running prostheses to those who show need free of charge. Listen to Ryan Fann, CP, Prosthetist and Co-founder, talk about the mission of the Blade runners, how the process works, and the benefits of the organization.

 

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Oct 15, 2018

Coapt Complete Control is a pattern recognition technology that gives upper limb prosthesis users more control through myoelectric signals than previously possible. Listen to Blair Lock, MScE, P.Eng, and CEO of Coapt talk about founding the company and the great technology they provide. 

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