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Hang out with the disruptivecast hosts as we talk Crossfit, powerlifting, olympic weightlifting, strongman, endurance sports, and more! Listen in as we search out the secrets of health, fitness, and performance in interviews with athletes and coaches from all corners of the sporting world. New episodes every Tuesday!
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Episode 92. Physical Therapist Dr. Seth Oberst
What Do I Do? I teach people how to regulate their bodily systems. To re-take control of their own function and become more self-aware. Humans are walking ecosystems and in order to function properly we must learn how to integrate the body and the mind, something often lost in modern-day culture. When our systems become dysregulated due to stress, our perceptions of ourselves are altered and self-regulation is lost - we no longer feel in control of our behavioral responses. We then succumb to symptoms such as persistent pain, fatigue, rigid movements, psychological and muscular tension, worry, poor decisions, insecurities, the list goes on and on... But with proper teaching and learning, we discover new ways of moving, doing, and being. Learning to regulate oneself, to become aware, is one of the most important things we can do for ourselves and each other. My mission is to help you learn how to do exactly that. The Details Professional I have a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Ohio University I was originally trained in sports physical therapy thru a residency program and obtained Board-Certification in Sports Physical Therapy. I'm also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. I currently practice in Atlanta, GA and work with ALL types of patients with a particular interest in chronic pain and complex issues. Even though I started out working with athletes, I pride myself on having wide-ranging body of knowledge to work with difficult cases. Basically, I work with people who are "stuck". My philosophy is neurocentric - meaning that the nervous system is a main regulator of not only our thoughts and movements but even our physiology. I am fascinated by the brain and the nervous system and much of my work involves normalizing and optimizing the function