Dr. Barrett 03:36 Welcome to the show
James Ferrie 04:20 Talks about how they started working together and their journey
Dr. Barrett 06:18 We are covering the entire planet tonight
Dr. Kersschot 07:16 How he started with traditional prolotherapy
Dr. Barrett 07:43 Talk about the properties of dextrose
Dr. Kersschot 08:18 Discusses his experience with dextrose and glucose
Dr. Barrett 11:05 The distinction between prolotherapy and neurotherapy
Dr. Kersschot 11:39 Talks about dextrose or glucose concentration and hypertonicity
Dr. Barrett 13:44 The effect on the TRPV1 receptor
Dr. Kersschot 14:53 Upregulation of ATP?
Dr. Kersschot 18:20 Dextrose effect on Pain
Dr. Barrett 22:32 Glucopuncture as an adjunct to hydrodissection
James Ferrie 24:00 Talks about the Phoenix Sign
Dr. Barrett 25:22 Addressing the small nerve branches
Dr. Kersschot 26:30 Illustrates the technique of Glucopuncture
Dr. Barrett 30:09 How much volume of infiltrate?
Dr. Kersschot 30:42 His technique for volume and infiltration
James Ferrie 33:42 His experience with a CRPS patient
Dr. Barrett 36:30 CRPS I and CRPS II
Dr. Kersschot 39:20 Talks about his guidelines
Dr. Barrett 41:28 What about serial therapy?
Dr. Kersschot 41:54 Tells us his regimen
Dr. Barrett 45:45 1st uses of PRP for Plantar Fasciopathy
Dr. Kersschot 46:59 Talks about trigger points and not having to use ultrasound guidance
James Ferrie 48:46 Discusses his technique
Dr. Barrett 52:23 What are we going hunting for?
James Ferrie 53:37 His approach to plantar fascia
Dr. Barrett 57:39 It’s hard to stick a patient into an algorithm
Dr. Kersschot 58:29 Why there are no RCT’s with Glucopuncture