Episode 2

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6th Sep 2019

Dave Kempfort - Rehabilitation Services

On this episode Chris welcomes Dave Kempfert to the HPL studios.

Dave Kempfert serves as the director of Rehabilitation Services for the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee. He is a former collegiate All-American and NFL offensive lineman with over 10 years as a clinical director and 16 years of experience specializing in outpatient orthopaedics and sports medicine physical therapy. Dave has provided rehabilitation services to elite-level athletes (NFL, MLB, NBA), collegiate and high school athletes, post-operative total joint replacement patients, post-operative spine patients, and those just wanting to live pain-free again. He is trained in Maitland, Mulligan and McKenzie techniques, is certified in Blood Flow Restriction Training, is certified in Integrative Dry Needling, and is a certified clinical instructor for physical therapy students. Dave has a passion for helping his patients return to their highest level of function. He been a coach for various youth sports and, in his spare time, enjoys hiking in the great outdoors and spending time with his wife of 17 years and their two children.

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Aaron Lindsey

I was born in front of a microphone. My parents owned a radio station when I was a child and I grew up spinnin' the hits! My profile pic is from 1988.
I eventually left radio in the early 90's and began my career as a graphic designer, but the radio bug never left.
The first podcast I ever heard was Scott Johnson's Extra Life Radio, and I was hooked.
In 2014 I started gathering microphones and audio interfaces.
My best friend and I started 'Weird' in 2016 and have never looked back.
In 2017 my other best friend and I started a Mystery Science Theater 3000 knockoff called Wisecracks Radio Hour.