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Emma Reinhold
GP researcher & Clinical Champion for See website Often irreverent Never disrespectful Views are mine not advice
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Emma Reinhold May 25
Take a look at the or at and see if anything rings a bell with you.
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Emma Reinhold May 25
I hope I never minimize the experiences of people with . The point is that we have no idea of how to treat it, and if someone actually has and / we DO have treatments which I have used to actually improve people's symptoms.
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BSMSBendyBrain May 21
2 band 7 research therapist posts to start October 19. Secondments/job shares encouraged work with me and
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Emma Reinhold May 24
I disagree that it is hard to diagnose, and with prevalence rates as high as we are about to show, GP recognition is the onky feasible option. GPs learn quickly. Ologists don't.
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Medical Humanities Chat May 24
Today on : a primer on hysteria Hysteria: exaggerated and uncontrolled emotion or excitement. From husterikos, "of the womb," (Greek) because this was seen as a female pathology, even due to a literal wandering uterus. Fascinating history:
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Ody_O May 24
Replying to @medhumchat @jenbrea
If you find the time, there is a very good TED talk by about this topic and the worrisome implications it still has for patients.
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Emma Reinhold May 24
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Emma Reinhold May 24
isn't rare.
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Emma Reinhold May 24
Wow! leads to diagnosis in 6 months!
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Emma Reinhold May 24
I beg to differ. There are no such places available close to where people live and for the whole of their lives. It's called Primary Care. We are co-coordinators of care alongside our patients and with their full input over the course of their lives.
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Emma Reinhold May 24
Nimish I'm sending you my email address by DM. I'd love to hear more about your programme.
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Emma Reinhold May 24
This is not borne out by the evidence. Exercise is actually good at stimulating cartilage repair. We don't 'wear out' our cartilage with exercise. OA is 'flare and repair' not 'wear and tear'. This physio is wrong.
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Emma Reinhold May 24
Wow! I'd love to hear more.
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Lauren  Purdy May 22
Research needed to explore how is linked with pregnancy. First step in the was talking to women
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Dr Gemma Pearce May 22
We have been filmed tonight by the faboulous fresh@CU team so keep following us for updates - film coming soon 😁👍🤸‍♀️
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Emma Reinhold May 24
Indeed. The production of new collagen fibrils follows a marked circadian pattern.
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BSMSBendyBrain May 23
Working on research at this interesection and also with patients in our immunopsychiatry clinic. This is so true. Future services and treatments need to be more holistic and personalized
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Emma Reinhold May 24
Can't wait for the latest from your incredible team !
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Emma Reinhold May 24
You are just demonstrating the swayback knee - a sign of !
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Emma Reinhold May 24
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