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Connective Tissue with John C. McGinley

TME Productions

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About Connective Tissue with John C. McGinley Multi-dimensional creative force John C. McGinley has created a space where storytelling and storytellers, current events, conflicts, creativity and kindness come together at the same table to find the connective tissue between them. A safe space for critical thinking, McGinley and his guests explore different perspectives in the kind of candid conversations listeners will not hear in normal interviews. With guests ranging from Academy Award winn ...
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The Gifted Life: Organ, Tissue and Eye Donation Podcast

The Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency

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Improve your knowledge about organ, tissue and eye donation as your hosts Lori Steele, Nila Schwab, and Joey Boudreaux have entertaining and informative conversations about donation. We address donation in the news, myths about donation, what's new in the community, new technologies, special guest interviews and much more.
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Connective Tissue

Stygian Catalyst

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Welcome to Connective Tissue, your gateway to a universe of horror and science fiction. Dive into a world where fear meets the unknown, and each tale unveils a fragment of a larger, interconnected universe. This collection of one-off and short stories will immerse you in eerie encounters, cosmic mysteries, and chilling adventures, all woven into the rich tapestry of our multi-show world. Join us as we explore the threads that bind our realities together, one story at a time.
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Soft Tissue Treatment Revolution with Dr. Matt Maggio

The Soft Tissue Treatment Revolution with Dr. Matt Maggio

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Welcome to the Soft Tissue Revolution, a podcast exclusively for Manual Therapists. Through this podcast, I'll show you how to transform your client assessments, skillsets, outcomes, and communication so they can give people in pain the treatment and results they deserve. My cutting-edge treatment system and no-nonsense approach allow you to avoid the profession's struggles, the stress of running a business, destroying your body with long hours and little pay, and the burnout from it all. We ...
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Issues for Your Tissues

Katie Vitale

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Issues for Your Tissues is the definitive discourse on reproductive health and well-being. I bring news and information on reproductive justice, choice, sexuality, Texas and women around the world.
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Ashiatsu is a kind of deep tissue massage delivered using the therapist’s feet.Various forms of barefooted massage are known worldwide and have been exercised for thousands of years. It is a great way to get a deep tissue massage in London. Massages are suitable for the body, but what about your mind? If you’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed, it’s time to schedule a deep tissue massage.
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Tissue in The Tape The Hip-Hop Culture Podcast

The Heat Holderz of Hip-Hop 365

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Tissue in The Tape is the definitive Hip-Hop Culture podcast powered by The Official HeatHolderz, Phillmatic365 & DavisBackwards. Artists interviews, music reviews, and cultural news covering more than just music, It's Beats, Rhymes & Life because Everything is Hip-Hop and Hip-Hop is 365. A member of The HeatHolder Network #RespectHeatHolderz!
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Show Notes: We sit down with Mark Fenrich, who's faced a lifelong battle with kidney disease, undergoing a remarkable journey with a total of four kidney transplants from four different members of his family. Mark's inspiring story has captivated national media, and showcases the incredible impact of living kidney donation. Following our conversati…
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One of the biggest mistakes I made in the early years of my practice was doing too much treatment on a given injury. I was always under the impression that more is always better. Something I struggled with was thinking that a treatment could either make the problem better or do nothing to improve, completely disregarding the fact that it could make…
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Mrs. Parker wakes up on the operating table following a catastrophic accident. As she regains consciousness, she realizes that something is terribly wrong. Inspired by Pretty Piano by Metallica Table Written by Randy Lovings David Kurze as The Doctor MErete MOhs as Mrs.Parker Sound design and editing by Andy Wardlaw…
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Todd Garner, the head of Broken Road Productions, is a veteran producer and Hollywood creative executive with a remarkable gift for creating and nurturing mainstream, commercial motion pictures. In various capacities throughout his career, Garner has developed, overseen, executive produced or produced well over 170 movies, many of them major hits f…
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Show Notes: In this episode, we’re joined by The Houston Gamer, Willie Jefferson, who's an avid gamer, popular YouTube vlogger, journalist, minister, and a grateful kidney recipient. Willie shares his journey with our hosts by detailing his illness, insights into his dialysis treatments and his life saving transplant. He reveals the reason behind n…
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One of the most common questions I get from Massage Therapists is how to stand out and differentiate themselves from other therapists in their area. Most think they need to take every training course available, work endless events for free, or even worse, give a significant discount on their prices to help attract new potential clients. In this epi…
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Keith David is a classically trained actor, winning 3 Emmys out of 6 nominations as well as being nominated for a Tony award. He starred in the recently concluded TV series "Greenleaf" for Oprah Winfrey's OWN network. Upcoming films include "Horizon Line" with Allison Williams ("Get Out") and "Black As Night," for Amazon. In "Greenleaf" Keith portr…
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If you have been listening to this podcast for the past few years I’m sure you have heard me talk at length about how a chiropractic adjustment isn’t a good form of treatment and doesn’t do much of anything to help fix an injury, which is coming from someone that has a doctorate in chiropractic. I firmly believe that the key component to address in…
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Show Notes: In this pivotal episode, Kelli McQuesten, a Community Outreach Coordinator at Lifeline of Ohio, channels her personal tragedy into a powerful call for change. She tragically lost her husband, Matthew, due to not receiving a heart transplant in time. Motivated by her family's heart-wrenching experience of waiting in vain for a life-savin…
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Anyone who has been listening to this podcast for the past few years knows exactly how I feel about why quality hands-on soft tissue treatments are the most effective, safest, and best way to help heal an injury so people can stay the hell away from the traditional medical model that ruins peoples lives. You also know how much I believe Massage The…
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Today on Connective Tissue, John interviews filmmakers Rory Kennedy & Mark Bailey. This duo has put out documentary films like "Ethel", "Downfall: The Case Against Bowing", and their new HBO documentary series "The Synanon Fix". This new 4 part series was released on HBO on April 1 at 9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT with the following episodes being released…
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Show Notes: We are discussing the Fais Do-Donate, an upcoming fundraiser to benefit the LOPA Foundation aimed at celebrating the gift of life on a Louisiana Saturday night. Wendy Lipsey, a LOPA Foundation Board Member and grateful transplant recipient, joins our podcast to share her transplantation journey and shed light on the activities lined up …
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Scott Rosenberg is an American film producer, actor and writer from Needham, Massachusetts. He has a bachelor's degree from Boston University and an MFA from UCLA. He came in third place at a UCLA screenwriting contest which led him to sign with his first agent. He wrote Disturbing Behavior (1998), Beautiful Girls (1996), Highway (2002), High Fidel…
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Show Notes: Presenting "Gifted: The Docuseries," a compelling and uplifting exploration of organ donation and transplantation. Delve into the genesis of this inspirational series with author and filmmaker, Robert Horsey, as we journey alongside donor mom Jody Miller. Through Jody's poignant experience, we witness how her daughter, Heather, became a…
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Mike Tollin is a Producer, Director and Writer in various formats from documentaries to television to movies. From directing multiple episodes of TV shows like One Tree Hill or well known movies like Radio and Summer catch, Mike is a storyteller that where is different hats for different occasions. He sits down with John to discuss the process of a…
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I try my best to stay off social media as much as possible, understanding that I can use it to grow my business, but fight like hell to not let it use me. On the rare occasion that I do end up scrolling, I am amazed and dumbfounded by the abundance of self-proclaimed experts giving out advice, especially those selling for that advice who have no gr…
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Show Notes: Leah Veck, grandmother to the donor hero Aliye Ringe, transformed her grief into action by delivering impassioned testimony before a Louisiana Legislative Committee. Thanks to Leah's tireless advocacy, Aliye's Law HB 289 was enacted in July 2023, guaranteeing that all Louisiana high school students receive education on organ, tissue, ey…
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In this episode I share the importance of having your clients buy at least 8 treatments in advance, with no discounts. Expect to learn why charging more and having your clients commit to the process is better for you and crucial to their treatment success. --------------- We just launched our brand new and free soft tissue injury evaluation and tre…
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Show Notes: We partner with Ashley Rodrigue, the Public Affairs Director for the State Fire Marshal's Office, to share life-saving fire safety tips. Learn about Louisiana's new carbon monoxide law, the Operation Save-A-Life program, and crucial measures to ensure your home and family are safe. In our Mental Health Moment, we discuss tips for priori…
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John brings on a special guest today. Brian Currie is it two-time Academy award winner and screenwriter for the film "Green Book". John and Brian talk about upbringings in an Irish family as well as what motivated him to take part in this crazy business we call Hollywood. There's quite a few gems of important advice so pay attention produced by Joh…
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Back in 2018 when I was still a young man I thought I was invincible and could see 100 clients per week and essentially redline it every day. I was making a ton of money, but being that dialed in took all my focus and my health took a backseat. I kept saying that I would eventually make my health a priority once things settled down, which never hap…
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In this episode, I wanted to share an interaction in my clinic with a new client who was currently seeing 6 different providers for a neck injury, all of whom were all over the place and doing nothing to help the problem. I share my lessons and insights from this interaction, but most importantly go through my process to help a client stop seeing a…
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Show Notes: Dive into the exploration of grief with Patricia Cameron, an author and donor wife, who shares her journey after her husband's sudden passing at 45. In her book, Grief Unwrapped, Patricia confronts the burning question many face in the wake of loss: "Can I find joy again?" Discover her empowering insights on transitioning from mere surv…
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So far we've interviewed five different storytellers with distinct ways of telling their stories. Johnny C picks out the best inspiring tidbits and motivate you to new ways of thinking. This episode is definitely a do not miss. Host John C McGinley Produced by John C McGinley and Angie Quidim Audio editing and recording by Chris Sweda, TME Producti…
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Something that I struggled with in the early years of my practice was trying to essentially be a jack of all trades, which in turn caused me to become a master of none. I wanted to be the one-stop shop for all aspects of the client injury presentation, often causing me to miss out on the mastery level. In this episode I make the case for choosing e…
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As manual therapists we know the most important skill set we can have is amazing treatment skills and technique mastery, without that we wouldn’t be in business for too long. I would argue that another skill, which is almost equally important is to have proper communication skills and an ability to educate our clients, which ends up being the under…
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Show Notes: Join us as we warmly welcome Tony Lucero, an avid listener and grateful liver recipient, to share his remarkable transplantation journey. Tony's powerful story sheds light on the many faceted connections made in the organ donation process. Our mental health moment takes a reflective turn as we discuss the importance of slowing down in a…
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In this episode Johnny C talks with writer director and producer Scott Silver about the tough times and the good times of being Hollywood screenwriter. Scott is an Oscar nominated writer who's one of the people responsible for films like "8 Mile", "The Joker" and the upcoming Joker sequel. It's not all smiles and sunshine and sometimes you get thro…
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Sometimes it may seem like I am a broken record with some of the statements I make, especially that marketing and sales are the lifeline of your business. For many years I struggled with how to even market correctly, resorting to outsourcing it to some company and just wasting time and money. Many of us overthink marketing and then get into a posit…
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One of the most important lessons I learned over the years was trying to answer a simple, yet vastly important question… “Do I need more tools in my tool belt for applying treatment, or do I just need to sharpen the ones I already have?” In this episode I cover the mistakes I made over the years of thinking I had to take every single technique cour…
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Show Notes: In this podcast episode, we delve into the impactful work of Student Organ Donation Advocates (SODA National), an organization empowering students to drive organ donation advocacy on their high school or college campuses. Program Director, Nicole Nidea, provides an insightful update on SODA's outreach initiatives since our previous disc…
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From the power and process of flow, the work that goes into being ready, the role of gratitude, and the reality of being smart in achieving success, Kenny and Johnny C. go into more thoughtful places than most of modern media. Ungarded,personal and sifting through the white noise that surrounds success, Johnny C, created what is almost a late night…
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Anyone of you who have been listening to me over the years knows how strongly I feel about quality soft tissue treatments being the best option to fix an injury, way more than a random adjustment from a Chiropractor or some cookie cutter exercise and stretches from a physical therapist, who is just a glorified personal trainer. Being dialed in and …
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Show Notes: Dr. Crystal Glover and Ryan Johnson of The Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center (RADC), join us to discuss the importance of brain donation in understanding and treating Alzheimer's disease. Brain donation provides a definite diagnosis for families to help identify any hereditary issues and risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s disease an…
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Show Notes: A listener turns into a guest on The Gifted Life Podcast. Pam Dworetz-Sofarelli wrote Wyatt's Wish, inspired by the gift of donation. Her book is geared towards young children with family and friends who are journeying through the organ donation process. Learn how Pam utilizes gentle storytelling to lead Wyatt to a very unexpected life …
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Randall Wallace is an author, filmmaker, screenwriter and theologian. He's written major films such as "When We Were Soldiers" and the well-known story of William Wallace called "Braveheart". Today Johnny C talks about the sacrifices one makes to be successful in Hollywood. Randall goes into a deep dive about his career and the sacrifices he's made…
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In this edition of Q & A, I got a great question from a Massage Therapist from Ohio… “ I used to work in a Chiropractic office before I opened up my own office and was amazed at how many clients told me they didn’t like getting adjusted and often would feel worse afterward, preferring to only get the massage work. When I was there I had to be caref…
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Show Notes: In this episode, we talk about infants and how to ensure a safe sleep environment. Chris Knoblauch, Director of Education/Community Outreach with St. Tammany Parish Coroner's Office, and Sara Dickenson, Maternal Child Health Coordinator Supervisor with the Bureau of Family Health, join us to give valuable but simple tips for learning ab…
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In this edition of Q and A, I got a great question from a Massage Therapist in Georgia who is getting ready to open up their practice after working as an employee for several years… “ I am getting ready to open up my clinic by the beginning of next year and am feeling all the emotions of excitement and crippling anxiety of how I am going to be able…
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Benjamin Byron Davis PublishedNov 14, 2023 Welcome to the world of "Connective Tissue" where storytelling, storytellers, current events, conflicts, and kindness are brought to the same table to find connective tissue between them. It is a safe space for critical thinking and some different perspectives to engage our audience. There also might be qu…
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Show Notes: Heather Broussard, a mother on a mission, is dedicated to spreading awareness about water safety in the wake of the tragic loss of her 17-month-old daughter, Mazie. Transforming their family's heartbreak into a beacon of hope, they founded Mazie's Mission, an organization committed to promoting water safety. Heather not only recounts he…
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One of the greatest quotes I have ever heard was, “A person who can read but chooses not to, is more ignorant than a person that can’t read.” I have gotten lots of questions over the years on what books I recommend to help grow a business, increase sales, and help with marketing and I decided to make a full episode dedicated to that. In this episod…
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Welcome to the world of "Connective Tissue" where storytelling, storytellers, current events, conflicts, and kindness are brought to the same table to find connective tissue between them. It is a safe space for critical thinking and some different perspectives to engage our audience. There also might be quite a few candid conversations that listene…
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Show Notes: We have a big bunch of friends in the studio to talk about Ava's Wish, a new book available now. The book is an inspired guide to help children understand the gift of organ and tissue donation. This book was written in honor of Ava Grace, who, following kindergarten graduation, became a "helper angel" at just 6-years-old and saved lives…
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Show Notes: Community partners, Kristen Sanderson with the Louisiana Office of Public Health and Chris Knoblauch with the St. Tammany Parish Coroner's Office, join us in the studio to share important tips for maintaining safety while operating an ATV/UTV. Learn the ins and outs of the equipment and safety precautions families can take when enjoying…
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Show Notes: Have you ever wondered how many people's lives can change in a matter of minutes? That's the guiding question for the book 17 Again, A Story of Life After Life, which is inspired by real-life events that occurred 30 years ago. At 17, Andrea Boullt, became a donor saving 6 lives following a tragic accident. Now, her sister and the book's…
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Show Notes: We welcome back Kevin Caldwell from Ossium Health, who was previously featured on episode #114, to reveal groundbreaking developments in the realm of bone marrow research and transplantation. Prepare to be amazed as we delve into Ossium's cutting-edge research, showcasing remarkable advancements in the preservation of bone marrow over e…
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Show Notes: Children are naturally curious, and they have a unique ability to empathize and understand complex concepts when presented in a clear and simple manner. In this episode, we welcome Madeline Pawloski, author of The Gift: A Children's Book About "The Gift" of Organ Donation. Madeline delicately introduces the topic in a kid-friendly way t…
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Show Notes: This episode’s guest is heart recipient, Ryan Gallet, who hails from the heart of Cajun Country. Ryan, who is 48 years old, had a massive heart attack at the age of 30 due to a 100% blockage. About 3 years later, Ryan learned his heart only had 10% function and he needed a new heart to live. Now, he shares his story to inspire more peop…
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Show Notes: As we continue our conversation with Dr. Anji Wall, Abdominal Transplant Surgeon and Bioethicist at Baylor, Scott and White Health in Dallas, we delve into the legal and ethical aspects of Normothermic Regional Perfusion (NRP), a revolutionary advancement in organ recovery and transplantation. One of the critical issues surrounding NRP …
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