Muscle Owl Podcast

We’re a cheeky trio talking politics, disability and events. We provide updates and engage in discussion on topics within the neuromuscular and disabled community.

Muscle Owl Radio - Ep94: Michaela’s Car Breaks Down Annecdote! (OwlTalks#34 - 2017)

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Join us for another throwback episode of Muscle Owl Talks from April 2017! Michaela recounts a chucklesome annecdote of how her car broke down on the way to buy some straws!

Muscle Owl Radio - Ep93: Men with Duchenne living into their 50s (OwlTalks#29 - 2017)

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Join us for another throwback episode of Muscle Owl Talks from March 2017! Peter and Jon discuss how there are an increasing number of men with Duchenne muscular dystrophy living into their 50s.

Muscle Owl Radio - Ep92: Employment & Disability with Sulaiman & Vivek (OwlTalks#25 - 2016)

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Just us for another throwback episode of Muscle Owl Talks from December 2016! We discussed employment and disability, from a muscular dystrophy perspective. Featuring Vivek and Sulaiman.

 

"That sense of being able to work, the sense of feeling valued, it is so important."

Muscle Owl Radio - Ep91: Ensuring adults of all ages can get access to treatments (OwlTalks#24 - 2016)

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Here's a throwback episode of our Muscle Owl Talks video show from December 2016!

 

Peter and Jon Hastie discuss the importance of adults with Duchenne (of all ages!) getting access to treatment.

Muscle Owl Radio - Ep90: Life Expectancy & Muscular Dystrophy? (OwlTalks#20 - 2016)

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Here's a throwback episode of Muscle Owl Talks from November 2016! We discussed muscular dystrophy and life expectancy with Vivek and Jon Hastie.

 

"If you outlive the age that they say you're going to live, you can feel lost!"

 

Using life expectancy for muscular dystrophy conditions? What do we think of it? Jon Hastie and Vivek discuss how talking life expectancy can often be unhelpful for Duchenne patients, and Michaela muses on her own experiences with SMA.

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