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Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 15, 2007 10:13:00 PM   
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For those of you interested...

I will be teaching selected topics (Cardiovascular pathology etc) at IU school of Physical Therapy in the next month.
Ain't no seminar, simply part of their pathology class.
If people are interested I can give a copy of the notes, when I am done writing them...
If some of you are in the area, head on down!

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 15, 2007 10:40:00 PM   
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I would be definitely be interested in receiving a copy of your notes. Thank you for the information. Please send the notes to:

jmanypt@hotmail.com

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 16, 2007 7:35:00 AM   
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Wags... are your notes handwritten or typed? ;)

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 16, 2007 6:47:00 PM   
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Written in crayon...

Really they are powerpoint notes.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 16, 2007 9:32:00 PM   
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Hey, as long as it's a Crayola, I'd LOVE to see your handwritten notes!

Whoa... Mr. Talented. Oh, you scanned your Crayola's into the PP presentation. ;)

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 17, 2007 7:56:00 AM   
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Hey you're not gonna hassle me about the "power" of ultrasound to actually STOP and adolescent from growing are you...ooooh sorry, wrong thread.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 17, 2007 9:54:00 AM   
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I was more blunt than you up there... a short and sweet question of WHY ultrasound anyways - there is no benefit from it. LOL

You doctors... you know it all and like to control as much as you can, don't ya? ;) If us therapists really, really just did what we wanted to, there would be no ultrasound discussion. LOL

Okay... get your Crayolas out. :) Will you share 'em with me? LMAO

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 17, 2007 4:00:00 PM   
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Controlling...me...? We are, and I HAVE to be. But as for the Crayolas, let me get done with the lecture first...I have ONE lecture to discuss Cardiovascular pathology...good grief!

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 17, 2007 5:20:00 PM   
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Just for me, will you tell a story in your lecture? The person has to die in the story too. (Death generally has more of an impact than life.) Or, you tell me the story and I'll create the PP slides to go with it. LOL

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 17, 2007 9:08:00 PM   
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Oh yes, the story I tell is of a 34 year old with a massive MI that I had, or the big pulmonary emboli or the underdiagnosed unstable angina patients etc

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 19, 2007 3:52:00 PM   
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Can you send them to me ehanson@fmh-mn.com Thanks, Ed

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 19, 2007 8:09:00 PM   
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Ed, you don't want Wags' stuff, do you? You really want the powerpoint story I'm creating for Wags' presentation, right? ;) Rumor has it that Wags smears his crayola work and his presentation is going to be quite difficult to interpret without his physical presence.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 20, 2007 12:02:00 AM   
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Hey, don't start any rumors. SJ, I may send the notes to you first, and then tell me what you think...they are almost done.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 20, 2007 7:10:00 AM   
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Oh, boy... my interpretation of physician crayola notes could be either humorous or problematic! (It just depends on who is reading my interpretation! ;) )

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 20, 2007 3:25:00 PM   
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooops, yes i just wanted the power point presentation. No need for his "stuff". Must have been the inhalation of crayola odor that scent me over the edge. :)

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 20, 2007 10:11:00 PM   
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HeHe... that's what I thought, Ed! Yeah, Wags, I hear ya. I'll find my markers... I've tried to very politely tell you that crayolas just won't cut it. LOL Oh... I had an ER physician teach our neuroanatomy course. You know what really keeps students awake? Bring some Oreos... allow class participation and with excellent responses you whip an Oreo cookie to that person. LMAO Crayolas and Oreos - I'm telling you - you'll be up for some teaching award. OH, and you gotta have a story about someone who dies! LOL

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 21, 2007 4:33:00 PM   
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this has to be the funniest thread I've read in a while....

I too, would enjoy some "office" reading :D

thanks Doc

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 21, 2007 4:34:00 PM   
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Sorry, my email is LMC74PT@YAHOO.COM

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 21, 2007 6:42:00 PM   
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LOL Jason - can you envision Wags sitting in his office with a box of crayolas working on his notes and eating Oreo cookies? WHOA, gotta have milk! Careful Wags, it takes talent to dunk, eat and NOT drip on your notes!

Wags, are your notes done yet? ;) I'm still waiting for that story so I can begin the creation of the most memorable PP slides ever!

And Jason, really... you only want my PP slides.

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Re: Pathology for the Physical Therapist - March 22, 2007 12:56:00 AM   
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I deleted your email address...unless there are provacative pictures, then the address goes bye bye.

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