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  • MaxG
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    Diane, I have as of now only skimmed this document over the last hour, but I want to thank you for your efforts. This is is right at the top of my "extra-curricular reading list" along with Foucault's "The Birth of the Clinic".

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  • Diane
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    Well...
    I'd consider that.
    PM me with what you have in mind.

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  • vancouverRMT
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    I am finding it hard to convey how much I like this Diane, and I like it alot.

    Would you ever entertain the idea of teaching this to manual therapists in B.C. like Barrett did recently? We will order in very nice weather for you.

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  • Diane
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    Really, it's just a matter of connecting the dots. What bogs me down the most is the thalamus and brainstem. Still can't remember what nuclei lives where and does what.

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  • Sheffphysio
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    Originally posted by Alice Sanvito View Post
    My goal - to be able to understand all of this.
    Alice,

    I'll join you on that one. I think I may well retire first though.

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  • Diane
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    Alice, I got a lot of the basics from Mayo Clinic Medical Neurosciences, 5th ed. Great book. Highly recommend it.

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  • Alice Sanvito
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    I had some time today to start studying this. Oh my goodness, I'm totally blown away. This is absolutely what I've needed. I can't understand a lot of it - yet - but I have a med student friend and can look things up and this is the guide I need to learn what it is I want to know. Wow, Diane, I'm speechless. My goal - to be able to understand all of this. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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  • Diane
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    It would be great to meet you Carol! :angel:

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  • caro
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    I can't add more than what has been previously expressed. I also use the slides to show clients why I do what I do. They enjoy seeing how the Ruffinni's help me communicate with their brain. I never fail to tell them where all this great material comes from and that I didn't spend a dime in order to get it.

    I hope the gig at Fred's materializes 'cause I'll be there with bells on.

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  • Diane
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    Thanks Nari

    Tony, Fred is in Quebec, beside Montreal, not all that far away from WI I think.. Closer than I live, for sure..

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  • nari
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    Great presentation, Diane. Very cluey graphics and logic.

    I've only just downloaded the pdf because my laptop is a bit slow and has to think about how to download large files. Once it 'gets it', it's very happy. Rather like a PT who is faced with neuroscience concepts...

    Nari

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  • tonyf315
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    Originally posted by PYOGAT View Post
    ... I attended a course offered by Gil Haight this past weekend...good course...talked with Tony...things are changing...slowly...but changing. Still heard a few comments like "that's like unwinding" and "science...huh...whatever works..." but with your brilliant work and that of Barrett and clarifications of Jason, John et al...well, I just keep refining my treatment strategies. I continue to bring an honesty and sincerity to my work and patient care..."On Wisconsin"...Gil's course...Expain Pain next week...Gary Diny in Oct...Barrett in Chicago in Feb...it's all good...thanks again Diane. Robert

    :thumbs_up that was great meeting Robert and hearing Gil...would have been great to have a 2-day-er! (and btw none of those quotes above were mine )

    and from Diane:
    ...and now there's a deadline to get the rest done before May (I have another teaching gig, possibly, if the dates jive, at Fred's.)
    //takes notice
    //checks map for where Fred is
    //retreats into hoping something occurs in the great lakes region of the states sometime soon
    Last edited by tonyf315; 18-09-2011, 07:50 PM.

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  • Diane
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    Thanks Rajam and everyone.

    Listen, if anyone (besides me I mean) has any issues with anyone or gets into a discussion with someone who thinks bottom-up neurology is the only kind that's important, feel free to share this (if you think it will do any good). I mean it. :angel:

    I figure the only way to dismantle meat theories, and true believers in them, is to put something more logical out there instead.

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  • rkathryn
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    Thanks Diane! This looks wonderful! And thanks again for everything you've done for me and the rest of this community. I don't even think I could express it enough without sounding a bit nuts. Yes, I'll still buy the book & am looking forward to it!!

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  • PYOGAT
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    Thank you Diane. Your generosity and genius are having a profound influence on the changing paradigm in the field of physical therapy. I continue to read and digest all that is offered on SS. I attended a course offered by Gil Haight this past weekend...good course...talked with Tony...things are changing...slowly...but changing. Still heard a few comments like "that's like unwinding" and "science...huh...whatever works..." but with your brilliant work and that of Barrett and clarifications of Jason, John et al...well, I just keep refining my treatment strategies. I continue to bring an honesty and sincerity to my work and patient care..."On Wisconsin"...Gil's course...Expain Pain next week...Gary Diny in Oct...Barrett in Chicago in Feb...it's all good...thanks again Diane. Robert

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